A researcher plants a semiconductor on an interface board at an R&D centre in Beijing, China. Shares of chip makers rose on Wednesday. Photo: Reuters A researcher plants a semiconductor on an interface board at an R&D centre in Beijing, China. Shares of chip makers rose on Wednesday. Photo: Reuters
A researcher plants a semiconductor on an interface board at an R&D centre in Beijing, China. Shares of chip makers rose on Wednesday. Photo: Reuters

Chinese semiconductor stocks extend gains while liquor makers suffer sell-off on safety, valuation concerns

  • A gauge of 117 semiconductor stocks jumps 4.3 per cent
  • Market looking for new growth engines as traditional sectors decline, analyst says

Topic |   Stocks
A researcher plants a semiconductor on an interface board at an R&D centre in Beijing, China. Shares of chip makers rose on Wednesday. Photo: Reuters A researcher plants a semiconductor on an interface board at an R&D centre in Beijing, China. Shares of chip makers rose on Wednesday. Photo: Reuters
A researcher plants a semiconductor on an interface board at an R&D centre in Beijing, China. Shares of chip makers rose on Wednesday. Photo: Reuters
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