Siliconware Precision Industries Company Ltd. (SPIL) has risen sharply, recording gains of 0.67% in the past 4 weeks. However, the stock has corrected -1.06% in the past 1 week, providing a good buying opportunity on dips. On a relative basis, the stock has outperformed the S&P 500 by 0.88% in the past 4 weeks, but has underperformed the S&P 500 in the past 1 week.
For the current week, the company shares have a recommendation consensus of Buy. The stock has recorded a twenty day Moving Average of 0.72% and the fifty day Moving Average is 0.55%. Siliconware Precision Industries Co. Ltd. has dropped 7.07% during the last three month period . Year-to-Date the stock performance stands at -3.35%.
Siliconware Precision Industries Company Ltd. (NASDAQ:SPIL): On Fridays trading session , Opening price of the stock was $7.46 with an intraday high of $7.51. The bears continued to sell at higher levels and eventually sold the stock down to an intraday low of $7.44. However, the stock managed to close at $7.49, a loss of 0.13% for the day. On the previous day, the stock had closed at $7.5. The total traded volume of the day was 184,738 shares.
Siliconware Precision Industries Co., Ltd. is an independent provider of semiconductor packaging and testing services. The Company offers packaging and testing solutions, including advanced packages, substrate packages and lead-frame packages, as well as testing for logic and mixed signal devices. It also offers its customers turnkey service, from packaging and testing to shipment service. It focuses on customers in the personal computer, communications, consumer integrated circuits and non-commodity memory semiconductor markets. It develops advanced packaging technologies, such as flip-chip and wafer bumping technologies. It provides testing services, such as wafer probing, final testing, tooling design and other testing services. It provides final testing services for a range of logic and mixed signal and radio frequency integrated circuit packages and other integrated circuit packages, including complex and high-performance integrated circuits, as well as lower-performance ones.