Merger news prompted huge swings for the chip stock last month.
News & Analysis: Cypress Semiconductor
For German chipmaker Infineon, there’s still one more small hurdle to finalizing its purchase: China’s regulators.
The stock market regained considerable ground Tuesday.
The U.S. Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) has approved Infineon's proposed acquisition, despite recent doubts.
A sure bet becomes a speculative one as national security concerns arise.
The U.S. government is reportedly considering blocking Infineon's acquisition of Cypress on national security grounds.
These two companies give investors exposure to the same industry trends.
Sales and earnings are trending way lower as the chip designer inches closer to completing a merger with Infineon.
But it may be time for Cypress investors to start planning their exit ahead of the merger.
The semiconductor manufacturing leader is being acquired, but that doesn't mean investors should stop paying attention.