Goldman picks 9 semiconductor stocks to pop on new 'extreme ultraviolet' trend

A technologist inspects a computer chip.
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Analysts at Goldman Sachs have picked a raft of semiconductor stocks they expect to do well from their involvement in a "leading edge" technology known as extreme ultraviolet lithography, which makes chips much more powerful, and is a significantly larger market than the bank originally forecast.

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