000660.KS - SK Hynix Inc.

KSE - KSE Delayed Price. Currency in KRW
73,300.00
-1,900.00 (-2.53%)
At close: 3:30PM KST
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Previous Close75,200.00
Open75,300.00
Bid73,300.00 x 0
Ask73,400.00 x 0
Day's Range73,000.00 - 75,800.00
52 Week Range45,650.00 - 90,300.00
Volume3,898,397
Avg. Volume4,224,351
Market Cap51.75T
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • MarketWatch24 days ago

    China stocks rise, while tech losses weigh on Taiwan, South Korea

    Department stores rose solidly Tuesday in Tokyo after Takashimaya posted solid fiscal third-quarter earnings, raising the prospects of higher consumer spending.

  • China regulators start antitrust review of Toshiba chip unit sale - report
    Reuterslast month

    China regulators start antitrust review of Toshiba chip unit sale - report

    TOKYO/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Chinese regulators have begun an antitrust review of Toshiba Corp's $18 billion deal to sell its memory chip unit, two months after the Bain Capital-led buying consortium applied for approval, the Nikkei business daily said on Friday. The embattled Japanese conglomerate has said it would like to see the deal close before the end of March, although that target date has been seen as overly optimistic after a long and contentious auction process delayed Toshiba's decision on the buyer. The Nikkei report said Chinese regulators started the review this month.

  • Reuterslast month

    China regulators open antitrust probe of Toshiba deal - newspaper

    (Reuters) - Chinese regulators have opened an antitrust investigation into Toshiba Corp's $18 billion (£13.4 billion) deal to sell its memory chip unit to a consortium led by Bain Capital LP that includes ...

  • Reuterslast month

    Exclusive: Hong Kong fund tells Toshiba that chip unit sale to Bain group not necessary

    A Hong Kong-based activist investor in Toshiba Corp has told the embattled conglomerate that the $18 billion sale of its chip unit to a Bain Capital-led group is no longer necessary after its recent capital injection, according to a letter seen by Reuters. Argyle Street Management Ltd, a hedge fund with $1.2 billion under management, sent the letter to Toshiba's board late on Monday, Chief Investment Officer Kin Chan told Reuters. The fund declined to say how many Toshiba shares it owns.

  • TheStreet.com2 months ago

    Toshiba's Chip-Making Bedfellows Are a Complicated Group

    Bain, Apple, Dell, Kingston Technology and Seagate joined with Korean chipmaker SK Hynix and Japanese tech company Hoya and other entities to bid for Toshiba's memory chip unit.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Toshiba, Western Digital nearing deal over chip unit sale dispute - media

    Toshiba Corp and Western Digital Corp are close to settling a legal dispute that has threatened to become a major stumbling block in the embattled Japanese conglomerate's plans to sell its $18 billion semiconductor unit, media reported. Toshiba agreed in September to sell the unit, the world's second biggest producer of NAND chips, to a consortium led by Bain Capital LP and including South Korean chipmaker SK Hynix .

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Samsung Elec shares drop after Morgan Stanley cuts view, sees chip boom peaking

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's shares fell more than 4 percent to a one-month low on Monday after Morgan Stanley cut its recommendation on the South Korean tech giant, citing concerns that a boom in memory chips is likely to peak soon. A so-called memory chip "super-cycle" of increased prices due to demand for more firepower in servers and smartphones was the major driver of Samsung's record third-quarter profit of 14.5 trillion won ($12.91 billion) announced in October, with investors focused on how long it will last. A Morgan Stanley research report issued on Sunday downgraded its view of Samsung to "equal weight" from "overweight" and trimmed its price target on the stock by 3.4 percent to 2.8 million won, saying its earnings in the memory segment are not seen growing materially next year.

  • Moody's2 months ago

    SK Hynix Inc. -- Moody's upgrades SK Hynix to Baa3; outlook remains positive

    Rating Action: Moody's upgrades SK Hynix to Baa3; outlook remains positive. Global Credit Research- 06 Nov 2017. Hong Kong, November 06, 2017-- Moody's Investors Service has upgraded SK Hynix Inc.' s Ba1 ...

  • Moody's3 months ago

    Dr. Peng Telecom & Media Group Co., Ltd. -- Moody's publishes October 2017 edition of Asia TMT Quarterly

    Announcement: Moody's publishes October 2017 edition of Asia TMT Quarterly. Global Credit Research- 31 Oct 2017. Hong Kong, October 31, 2017-- Moody's Investors Service says that its latest issue of Asia ...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Western Digital will not drop merger objections in Toshiba talks: CEO

    Because of the impasse over the terms, Western Digital does not believe it will take part in a coming round of investment in Toshiba's so-called Fab 6 chip factory in Yokkaichi, Japan. Western Digital Chief Executive Officer Steve Milligan made the comments on an investor call for the fiscal first quarter.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents3 months ago

    Edited Transcript of 000660.KS earnings conference call or presentation 26-Oct-17 12:00am GMT

    Q3 2017 SK Hynix Inc Earnings Call

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Seagate pledges not to buy stake in Toshiba chip unit for 10 years - Bain document

    TOKYO/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Seagate Technology PLC (STX.O), a member of the group taking over Toshiba Corp's chip unit, pledged not to buy any stake in the unit for 10 years as part of the $18 billion deal(£13.62 billion), showed a document from group leader Bain Capital LP reviewed by Reuters. The pledge was made as Toshiba's chip joint venture partner Western Digital Corp (WDC.O) objected to the unit's sale to rivals. Seagate directly competes with Western Digital in hard disk drives.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    SK Hynix posts record third-quarter profit on surging chip demand

    South Korea's SK Hynix Inc said on Thursday third-quarter operating profit leapt more than five-fold to a record, matching market expectations, on rocketing demand for memory chips for servers and smartphones. The world's second-biggest memory chip maker behind Samsung Electronics Co Ltd made a bigger profit in the quarter than it did in all of last year, as a "super-cycle" of tight supply and soaring demand drives chip margins.

  • SK Hynix Profit Lags Analyst Estimates on Higher Chip Investment
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    SK Hynix Profit Lags Analyst Estimates on Higher Chip Investment

    SK Hynix Inc. posted third-quarter earnings that fell short of analyst estimates after boosting investment in production to capture a rally in memory chip prices.

  • Toshiba weighing options in case chip unit sale not completed by March
    Reuters3 months ago

    Toshiba weighing options in case chip unit sale not completed by March

    Toshiba Corp said it is considering various measures in case the $18 billion sale of its chip unit does not close by the end of the financial year and leaves the embattled conglomerate short of funds needed to ensure it stays listed. The deal needs to close by end-March or Toshiba will likely report negative net worth - where liabilities exceed assets - for a second year running. "Nothing has been decided, but it's true that we are considering potential measures," CEO Satoshi Tsunakawa said at an extraordinary general meeting where shareholders approved the sale to a consortium led by Bain Capital LP.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Toshiba weighing options in case chip unit sale not completed by March

    Toshiba Corp said it is considering various measures in case the $18 billion sale of its chip unit does not close by the end of the financial year and leaves the embattled conglomerate short of funds needed to ensure it stays listed. The deal needs to close by end-March or Toshiba will likely report negative net worth - where liabilities exceed assets - for a second year running.

  • Should You Sell Western Digital After its Toshiba Loss?
    Motley Fool3 months ago

    Should You Sell Western Digital After its Toshiba Loss?

    The hard drive maker missed a big opportunity with Toshiba, but its future isn’t that bleak.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Bain Capital aims to list Toshiba chip unit in three years

    U.S. private equity firm Bain Capital LP on Thursday said it aims to list Toshiba Corp's chip unit on the Tokyo Stock Exchange within three years, to cash in its investment after leading an $18 billion acquisition of the business. Bain, whose consortium signed the purchase deal last week, also said it hopes to settle legal disputes over the transaction at an early stage with Western Digital Corp (WDC.O), Toshiba's joint venture partner.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Bain Capital aims to list Toshiba chip unit in Tokyo within a few years

    U.S. private equity firm Bain Capital LP said on Thursday that it aims to list Toshiba Corp's chip unit on the Tokyo Stock Exchange within a few years. Bain, which led a consortium that signed an $18 billion ...

  • Bain files for China antitrust approval on $18 billion Toshiba chips deal - source
    Reuters4 months ago

    Bain files for China antitrust approval on $18 billion Toshiba chips deal - source

    HONG KONG/TOKYO (Reuters) - The Bain Capital-led consortium that bought Toshiba's chip unit for $18 billion last week has filed for antitrust approval in China, a source familiar with the matter said, but it may have to wait nine months or more for a green light. Toshiba is keen to complete the sale by the end of its fiscal year in March: it hopes to use the proceeds to plug a gaping balance sheet hole left by its now bankrupt U.S. nuclear subsidiary, and save itself from a potential delisting. With the clock ticking, the request for antitrust approval was filed the day after the deal was signed, the source said.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Bain files for China antitrust approval on $18 billion Toshiba chips deal: source

    HONG KONG/TOKYO (Reuters) - The Bain Capital-led consortium that bought Toshiba's chip unit for $18 billion last week has filed for antitrust approval in China, a source familiar with the matter said, but it may have to wait nine months or more for a green light. Toshiba is keen to complete the sale by the end of its fiscal year in March: it hopes to use the proceeds to plug a gaping balance sheet hole left by its now bankrupt U.S. nuclear subsidiary, and save itself from a potential delisting. With the clock ticking, the request for antitrust approval was filed the day after the deal was signed, the source said.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Toshiba $18 bln sale of chip unit signed, but discord emerges immediately

    Japan's Toshiba Corp said on Thursday it had signed an $18 billion deal to sell its chip unit to a consortium led by Bain Capital LP, overcoming a key - albeit not its last - hurdle as it scrambles for funds to stave off a potential delisting. The sale of the unit - the world's second biggest producer of NAND chips - was agreed last week after a tortuous auction process but the signing was delayed because consortium member Apple Inc demanded new terms on chip supply, sources familiar with the matter have said.

  • TheStreet.com4 months ago

    They Think it's All Over? Bain-Apple Pays $18 Billion for Toshiba Chip Unit

    Toshiba's on-again, off-again memory unit sale still faces a legal challenge from Western Digital

  • CNBC4 months ago

    Toshiba inks deal to sell chip unit to Bain-Apple group for $18 billion

    Toshiba is working quickly to sell the chip business to cover losses from its bankrupt U.S. nuclear division.