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ASML sits atop the chipmaking food chain. Here’s what to watch in its earnings

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Employees assemble a ASML NXT1970Ci photolithography machine at the ASML Holding NV factory in Veldhoven, Netherlands.

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Analysts have been making bullish calls on ASML — which builds the machines used to make the world’s most advanced chips– ahead of its third-quarter earnings release on Wednesday.

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