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005930.KS
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
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1,539,000.00 32,000.00 (2.12%)
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Prev Close 1,507,000.00
Open 1,520,000.00
Bid 1,538,000.00 x
Ask 1,541,000.00 x
52wk Range 1,033,000.00 - 1,557,000.00
Day's Range 1,511,000.00 - 1,557,000.00
Volume 299,712
Avg Vol (3m) 250,275
As of 2:00 AM EDT. Market closed.
  • Reuters 11 hours ago

    Apple asks U.S. Supreme Court to rule against Samsung over patents

    Apple Inc on Friday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to rule against Samsung Electronics Co Ltd over whether Apple should receive damages in a case about smartphone design patents. In its legal brief, Apple said Samsung has introduced "no evidence" that design patent damages should be decided on anything less than the value of an entire smartphone. Apple said there was no need for the Supreme Court to send the case back to a lower court for further proceedings.

  • Reuters 11 hours ago

    Apple says Supreme Court should rule against Samsung over patents

    Apple Inc on Friday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to rule against Samsung Electronics Co Ltd over the damages Apple should receive in a case about smartphone design patents. In its legal brief, Apple said Samsung has introduced "no evidence" that design patent damages should be decided on anything less than the value of an entire smartphone. Apple said there was no need for the Supreme Court to send the case back to a lower court for further proceedings.

  • Market Realist 14 hours ago

    Will the BlackBerry PRIV Suffer the Same Fate as the Classic?

    However, despite the key differences between the Classic and the PRIV, the PRIV could meet the same fate as the Classic.

  • Sony's profit falls on yen, lagging cellphones, Japan quake
    Associated Press 18 hours ago

    Sony's profit falls on yen, lagging cellphones, Japan quake

    TOKYO (AP) — Sony Corp.'s fiscal first-quarter profit dipped 74 percent to 21.2 billion yen ($205 million), as earnings were hammered by a strong yen and lagging smartphone sales, and a quake in southwestern Japan that disrupted its camera parts and semiconductor production.

  • Bloomberg 20 hours ago

    Samsung Heavy Quarterly Loss Worse Than Estimate on Costs, Delay

    Samsung Heavy Industries Co., the world’s third-largest shipbuilder, reported a quarterly loss that was bigger than estimates as a delay in the delivery of a rig and worker compensation amid a revamp escalated ...

  • Moody's 22 hours ago

    Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. -- Moody's: Samsung's improved results in 2Q 2016 are credit positive

    Hong Kong, July 29, 2016-- Moody's Investors Service says that Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.' s improved operating results for the second quarter ended 30 June 2016 are credit positive. The company's A1 ...

  • The Wall Street Journal 22 hours ago

    [$$] Android Handset Makers’ Advance Squeezes Apple

    Earnings reports from the world’s top smartphone makers this week highlight how fortunes are diverging in the mobile-phone market as competition intensifies.

  • The Wall Street Journal yesterday

    [$$] Samsung Reports Most Profitable Quarter in Two Years

    Samsung Electronics reported its most profitable quarter in two years, helped by strong sales of its flagship Galaxy S7 smartphone.

  • Forbes yesterday

    Galaxy S7 Edge Rides To Samsung's Rescue

    In the week before the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phablet, the South Korean company has announced its Q2 2016 earnings report. Crucially, year on year revenue was up five percent, profit up eighteen percent, and that turnaround has been driven by strong sales of the Galaxy S7 family of devices (primarily the Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge).

  • Forbes yesterday

    Samsung's Tech Edge Helped It Navigate A Challenging Electronics Market

    Samsung Electronics published its largest quarterly profit in two years, despite headwinds in the broader smartphone and electronic components markets, as its investments in cutting-edge products such as curved displays and improved process technologies paid off. While Q2 2016 revenues grew by about 5% year over year to 50.94 trillion