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Chip and run

20 April 2016 By Dominic Elliott

ARM and ASML each posted consensus-beating first-quarter earnings, but the outlook is less assured. The UK chip designer warned on the impact of slower economic growth, while the Dutch etching equipment maker’s net bookings dropped. At least both are in better shape than Intel.

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