Earnings just grew 34.5% for Texas Instruments

Earnings just grew 34.5% for Texas Instruments

Manufacturing activity continues to rebound from last year’s coronavirus downturn. The pandemic also disrupted the ability of chipmakers to keep up with the increased demand. That has led to chip shortages and higher prices.

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Get high-tech profit growth plus dividends

Texas Instruments’ stock has gained 10% since the start of 2021. That’s partly due to a growing shortage of chips as manufacturing levels rebound from last year’s COVID-19 shutdowns. Higher chip prices should continue to fuel the company’s earnings and your dividends.