Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (005930.KS)


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Open1,590,000.00
Prev Close1,600,000.00
Bid1,596,000.00 x
Ask1,599,000.00 x
Day's Range1,585,000.00 - 1,615,000.00
52wk Range1,088,000.00 - 1,694,000.00
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap262.12T
P/E Ratio (ttm)N/A
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Volume235,254
Avg Vol (3m)223,700
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Earnings DateN/A
  • Samsung acted with ‘arrogance’ in Note 7 recall in China: CCTV state broadcaster
    CNBC3 hours ago

    Samsung acted with ‘arrogance’ in Note 7 recall in China: CCTV state broadcaster

    Samsung acted with "arrogance" and "double standards" in the handling of its Galaxy Note 7 recall in China, state broadcaster CCTV wrote in a damning opinion piece on its website.

  • Reuters6 hours ago

    India aviation regulator lifts restrictions on new Samsung Note 7 phones

    India has lifted restrictions placed on using and carrying Samsung Electronics Co's Galaxy Note 7 mobile phones on commercial airplanes, but only for devices purchased after Sept. 15, 2016, the country's aviation regulator said. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), earlier in Sept., warned passengers and airlines from turning on or charging Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones when they are on board or storing them in checked-in baggage. Samsung has not started selling Galaxy Note 7 phones in India as yet, the company said in a statement, adding that it will only sell new devices in the country that will have a green battery icon to indicate it is safe to charge and use on a flight.

  • Reuters9 hours ago

    Samsung slammed by Chinese state TV over Note 7 recall 'discrimination'

    Chinese state broadcaster CCTV has slammed South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics Co for what it said was "discrimination" against China consumers in its handling of a global recall of Galaxy Note 7 smartphones to replace batteries. In a commentary piece posted on its website on Thursday evening, CCTV said Samsung's behavior in China after the Sept. 2 recall of 2.5 million phones was "full of arrogance". CCTV said a video apology Samsung issued to U.S. consumers, along with various replacement options and compensation, was in stark contrast to its treatment of those in China, where the company issued a brief statement saying most phones didn't need to be replaced.