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HTC Corporation (2498.TW)

Taiwan - Taiwan Delayed Price. Currency in TWD
97.90 +2.20 (+2.30%)
At close: 1:30 AM EDT
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Open 95.70
Prev Close 95.70
Bid 97.90 x
Ask 98.00 x
Day's Range 95.50 - 99.90
52wk Range 40.35 - 136.50
1y Target Est 866.23
Market Cap 80.72B
P/E Ratio (ttm) -4.37
Beta N/A
Volume 28,050,498
Avg Vol (3m) 18,658,938
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
Earnings Date Aug 2, 2016
  • Reuters 2 months ago

    Video game makers plunge deeper into virtual reality at E3

    Virtual reality has yet to take off with the bulk of video gamers, but the industry is doubling down on its bet that one day it will. At the annual E3 video game showcase in Los Angeles this week, attendees strapped on VR headsets to peer into fantasy worlds, battle robotic creatures and command starships. Meanwhile, game publishers announced investments that showed they believe VR is ready to go mainstream.

  • Barrons.com 2 months ago

    HTC Continues Its Dizzying Climb On Prospect Of VR Unit Spinoff

    Taiwan's HTC Corp. (2498.Taiwan) gained another 9.1% in Taipei today, boosted by a bullish report from Goldman Sachs earlier this week and the prospect that HTC may spin off its virtual reality unit, thereby releasing the company's fundamental value. HTC has gained 30% this week. The Nikkei reported on Tuesday: Embattled Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC is turning its nascent virtual reality business into a separate company under its full control, company Chairwoman Cher Wang told the Nikkei Asian Review on Tuesday.

  • Barrons.com 2 months ago

    Goldman Revives HTC: VR Is The Next Big Product And HTC Is The New Apple

    Will virtual reality toys be as dominant as smartphones today and HTC Corp. (2498.Taiwan) be the next Apple (AAPL)? Goldman Sachs thinks so. HTC soared 8.8% in Taipei after Goldman initiated its coverage with a "conviction" buy.

  • Reuters 2 months ago

    With HoloLens, Microsoft aims to avoid Google's mistakes

    When Google introduced its Google Glass smartglasses four years ago, it turned to Glass-sporting skydivers buzzing a San Francisco convention center, Glass-adorned models at a glitzy fashion show and a Twitter campaign to notify early "Glass Explorers" of their luck in snagging a pair. This year, when Microsoft showed off an early edition of its HoloLens augmented-reality goggles, it took the opposite approach: targeting the software developers it needs to make the device useful. The discreet launch reflects the daunting hurdles confronting the nascent industry of augmented reality, known in the industry as AR.

  • Barrons.com 3 months ago

    HTC Tumbles On Weak April Sales: VR Vive Off To A Bad Start

    HTC Vive is not reality. HTC Corp. (2498.Taiwan) tumbled limit down 10% today after both its first-quarter earnings and  April monthly sales missed expectations. HTC's first quarter sales tumbled 64% from ...

  • Barrons.com 3 months ago

    Taiwan: Apple Bites Back, Citi's Top Buy And Sell Tech Stocks

    Taiwan's stock market has slumped with Apple (AAPL). The iShares MSCI Taiwan ETF (EWT) has tumbled 8.9% this quarter, making it the worst-performing market in emerging Asia. Citi Research's Peter Kurz threw in the towel today, cutting his TAIEX target from 9,000 to 8,500: The extent of the market sell-off beat our expectations when we last downgraded our market outlook on April 22.

  • Reuters 3 months ago

    India orders panic button on mobile phones amid women's safety fears

    All mobile phones sold in India from January 2017 must have a panic button enabling the user to call for help, the government has said, amid concern for women's safety after a series of violent crimes in recent years. From January 2018, mobile phones must also have a built-in global positioning system (GPS), the ministry of communications and technology said in a statement. Keeping a finger pressed on number 5 or 9 on the new mobile phones should trigger an emergency call, the ministry said.

  • HTC Risks Repeat of Smartphone Stumble With Virtual-Reality Push
    Bloomberg 4 months ago

    HTC Risks Repeat of Smartphone Stumble With Virtual-Reality Push

    HTC Corp.’s foray into virtual-reality headsets comes straight out of the company’s playbook: they’re powerful, stylish and priced at a premium. Cher Wang, HTC’s co-founder who took over as chief executive officer last year, is betting that virtual reality represents the future of computing.

  • The C-Suite Speaks: Healthy Consumers
    Yahoo Finance Contributors last month

    The C-Suite Speaks: Healthy Consumers