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LG Electronics Inc. (066570.KS)

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72,700.00+700.00 (+0.97%)
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Previous Close72,000.00
Bid72,600.00 x
Ask72,700.00 x
Day's Range72,000.00 - 73,900.00
52 Week Range44,700.00 - 73,900.00
Avg. Volume1,001,911
Market Cap12.37T
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters2 days ago

    LG Electronics to launch mobile payments service in South Korea in June

    South Korea's LG Electronics Inc said on Wednesday it will launch a new mobile payments service in its home country in June, trying to keep up with smartphone leaders Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and Apple Inc. LG said it would start offering its payments service, to be called LG Pay, through its G6 smartphones that went on sale in South Korea on March 10. Users would be able to make payments through existing credit card readers via a magnetic signal from the phone, similar to how Samsung's payments system - launched in August 2015 - works.

  • The Wall Street Journal8 days ago

    [$$] Is Your Refrigerator Awesome Enough?

    Makers of high-end refrigerators are of two minds: High-tech or hide tech. Some consumers want computers and cameras, while others demand invisible doors that meld in with kitchen cabinets.

  • Barrons.com17 days ago

    LG Electronics Soars On Firm LCD Pricing, But Smartphone Business Drags

    LG Electronics (066570.Korea) soared 4.2% on Tuesday amid heavy buying after the latest LCD panel prices data alleviated market fears that the LCD panel cycle will peak out soon. LCD panel prices across different screen sizes stayed firm in the first week of March, while large-screen 65 inch TVs actually saw an increase in sales price. Nomura Securities this morning raised its price target to 59,000 won from 52,000 won previously, mainly because of LG's TV business.