005930.KS - Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

KSE - KSE Delayed Price. Currency in KRW
44,600.00
-150.00 (-0.34%)
As of 11:19AM KST. Market open.
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Previous Close44,750.00
Open44,250.00
Bid44,600.00 x 0
Ask44,650.00 x 0
Day's Range44,100.00 - 45,000.00
52 Week Range36,850.00 - 53,900.00
Volume4,872,498
Avg. Volume17,815,789
Market Cap295.945T
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.14
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateApr 30, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield1,416.00 (3.17%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-12-27
1y Target Est54,903.00
  • Samsung Galaxy Fold review: future shock
    TechCrunch5 hours ago

    Samsung Galaxy Fold review: future shock

    The Galaxy Fold has been the most polarizing product I can recall having reviewed. It means a lot of people are curious and potentially open to the notion that the Samsung Galaxy Fold is the future. In some ways, this past week with the Samsung Galaxy Fold has been an extremely public beta.

  • South Korea Economy Shrinks Most Since 2008 as Investment Slows
    Bloomberg58 minutes ago

    South Korea Economy Shrinks Most Since 2008 as Investment Slows

    Exports, which account for about half of Korea’s GDP, are on course for a fifth-straight monthly decline amid weak demand from China, the nation’s biggest market. The broader slowdown in the global economy and soft demand for semiconductors are also biting, hurting corporate giants like Samsung Electronics Co. and SK Hynix Inc. The contraction comes even as Moon’s administration ramps up fiscal support, with an extra budget announced this week that came on top of a record budget already in place for 2019.

  • SK Hynix Forecasts Recovery After Posting Sharp Profit Decline
    Bloomberg1 hour ago

    SK Hynix Forecasts Recovery After Posting Sharp Profit Decline

    Hynix’s forecast is a sign that data-centers customers are working through high inventories of memory chips, while lower prices have sparked demand from smartphone makers and other customers. “Server demand growth will increase significantly in the third quarter after rising slightly in the second quarter,” Sean Kim, vice president and head of DRAM marketing, said in a conference call. Apple cut its sales forecast earlier this year and Texas Instruments Inc. cautioned this week that a rebound in customer demand for its chips may take time to materialize.

  • Reuters11 hours ago

    Britain to allow Huawei restricted access to 5G network

    Britain will allow Huawei Technologies a restricted role in building parts of its 5G network, seeking a middle way in a bitter dispute between the United States and China over the next generation of communications technology. Huawei, the world's biggest producer of telecoms equipment, is under intense scrutiny after the United States told allies not to use its technology because of fears it could be a vehicle for Chinese spying. Britain's National Security Council, chaired by Prime Minister Theresa May, met to discuss Huawei on Tuesday.

  • India alleges P&G kept more than $35 million in tax benefits - source
    Reuters11 hours ago

    India alleges P&G kept more than $35 million in tax benefits - source

    Indian tax authorities have alleged U.S. consumer goods maker Procter & Gamble did not pass on more than $35 million in tax benefits which were meant to have gone to its customers, a senior government official told Reuters on Wednesday. Separately, the authorities are also investigating South Korea's Samsung Electronics, the official added. India's National Anti-Profiteering Authority, a quasi-judicial body set up following the rollout of the Goods and Services Tax in 2017, found P&G had not reduced its prices on many products after a cut in tax rates on those items, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

  • Reuters12 hours ago

    India alleges P&G kept more than $35 mln in tax benefits -source

    Indian tax authorities have alleged U.S. consumer goods maker Procter & Gamble did not pass on more than $35 million in tax benefits which were meant to have gone to its customers, a senior government official told Reuters on Wednesday. Separately, the authorities are also investigating South Korea's Samsung Electronics, the official added. India's National Anti-Profiteering Authority, a quasi-judicial body set up following the rollout of the Goods and Services Tax in 2017, found P&G had not reduced its prices on many products after a cut in tax rates on those items, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

  • Motley Fool12 hours ago

    Samsung Puts Launch of Galaxy Fold on Hold

    The hinged, flexible-screen device that essentially allows you to fit a tablet into your pocket like a smartphone was not quite ready for prime time after all.

  • Experts examined Samsung's folding phone and found some clues to what caused it to break
    CNBC14 hours ago

    Experts examined Samsung's folding phone and found some clues to what caused it to break

    iFixit tore open Samsung's foldable phone, and found that it had gaps that could allow debris inside.

  • Barrons.com14 hours ago

    How Tech Reviewers Pushed Samsung to Delay Its Galaxy Fold Launch

    Samsung’s Galaxy Fold mobile phone was seen as the first real smartphone advance in years. Then reviewers got a hold of it.

  • Financial Times18 hours ago

    Samsung plans $115bn boost for logic chip business

    Samsung Electronics has unveiled plans to spend Won133tn ($115bn) over the next decade on its non-memory chip business, aiming to overtake TSMC as the world’s biggest maker of made-to-order computing chips. The massive investment — almost as much Morocco’s $118bn GDP last year — is part of efforts by Samsung to diversify away from the volatile memory chip business, which is currently the company’s primary income generator.

  • Samsung plans $116 billion investment in non-memory chips to challenge TSMC, Qualcomm
    Reuters18 hours ago

    Samsung plans $116 billion investment in non-memory chips to challenge TSMC, Qualcomm

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd plans to invest $116 billion in non-memory chips through 2030, to cut its reliance on the volatile memory chip market and develop chips to power self-driving cars and AI-enabled devices. The plan underscores the South Korean firm's ambition to challenge bigger rivals - Taiwan's TSMC in contract chip manufacturing and San Diego-based Qualcomm Inc in mobile processing chips - as the memory chip market contracts sharply after years of an unprecedented boom. In March, U.S. chip supplier Nvidia Corp agreed to buy Israeli chip designer Mellanox Technologies Ltd for $6.8 billion, beating rival Intel Corp in a deal that would help Nvidia boost its data center and AI businesses.

  • Samsung Plans $116 Billion Splurge on Chips to Take On Intel
    Bloomberg19 hours ago

    Samsung Plans $116 Billion Splurge on Chips to Take On Intel

    Samsung, which now leads the market for the memory chips used in devices from servers to smartphones, said it plans to ramp up investment in semiconductors in the years leading up to 2030 to take the lead in so-called logic chips. Samsung, which is also looking to challenge Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. in the business of making chips for other corporations, joins companies from Huawei Technologies Co. to Apple Inc. that’re increasingly devising the brains that power computing devices.

  • Aussie Rally Lone Bright Spot in Weak Asia Session
    Bloomberg22 hours ago

    Aussie Rally Lone Bright Spot in Weak Asia Session

    (Bloomberg) -- Thank goodness for Australia.

  • Samsung's Reputation Founders on Rush for Lead in Folding Phones
    Bloombergyesterday

    Samsung's Reputation Founders on Rush for Lead in Folding Phones

    Samsung Electronics Co. on Tuesday scrapped what was to have been a crowning achievement, the launch of the world’s first mass-produced foldable smartphone. Instead of trumpeting its April 26 return to the forefront of global consumer electronics, the tech giant is now investigating how test versions of the $1,980 Galaxy Fold developed problems -- including screen failures -- after mere days of use.

  • Why Samsung Just Delayed the Galaxy Fold
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Why Samsung Just Delayed the Galaxy Fold

    The revolutionary device won't arrive before the end of April, but OLED industry watchers shouldn't be concerned.

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    Samsung delays Fold launch after reports of defects

    Samsung Electronics has delayed the launch of its new foldable phone indefinitely after defective samples of the Galaxy Fold were reported last week, in a move that is likely to hurt the reputation of the world’s largest smartphone maker. The $1,980 phone, one of the most expensive in the world, was slated to go on sale in the US on April 26, and Samsung said its pre-orders for the phone were closed due to high demand. “To fully evaluate this feedback and run further internal tests, we have decided to delay the release of the Galaxy Fold.

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    Samsung Yanks Galaxy Fold Review Units After Defect Reports

    is pulling all Galaxy Fold samples distributed to reviewers after several prominent technology writers including one for The Wall Street Journal reported defects in the highly anticipated units. The recall of all of Samsung's highly anticipated review units comes amid reports from technology journalists of blinking screens, bulges and peeling protective coating on the key feature of the phone - it's folding screen - after only a day's use. Samsung postponed the $1,960 Galaxy Fold's launch for an unspecified period of time while it investigated the damage reports, the company said on Monday.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Samsung retrieving all Galaxy Fold samples after defect reports - source

    Samsung Electronics is retrieving all Galaxy Fold samples distributed to reviewers, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said on Tuesday, as the firm smarts from the reputational blow of postponing the launch of its first foldable smartphone. Galaxy Fold shipments this year are likely to make up less than half a percent of Samsung's annual total, analysts and investors said. Samsung postponed the Galaxy Fold's launch for an unspecified period of time while it investigated the damage reports, it said on Monday.

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    Defective Galaxy Fold is another dent for brand Samsung

    The South Korean technology group had hoped the pricey new Galaxy Fold would help it stand out as an innovator and reignite slowing smartphone sales, when it unveiled the product in February ahead of rivals. “The difference between this and the Note 7 incident is that [this time] they at least pulled the plug before it got in the hands of consumers,” Mr Ma said.

  • Samsung retrieving all Galaxy Fold samples after defect reports: source
    Reuters2 days ago

    Samsung retrieving all Galaxy Fold samples after defect reports: source

    Samsung Electronics is retrieving all Galaxy Fold samples distributed to reviewers, a person with direct knowledge of the matter said on Tuesday, as the firm smarts from the reputational blow of postponing the launch of its first foldable smartphone. Galaxy Fold shipments this year are likely to make up less than half a percent of Samsung's annual total, analysts and investors said. Samsung postponed the Galaxy Fold's launch for an unspecified period of time while it investigated the damage reports, it said on Monday.