005930.KS - Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

KSE - KSE Delayed Price. Currency in KRW
2,466,000.00
-29,000.00 (-1.16%)
At close: 3:30PM KST
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Previous Close2,495,000.00
Open2,519,000.00
Bid2,464,000.00 x 0
Ask2,465,000.00 x 0
Day's Range2,452,000.00 - 2,519,000.00
52 Week Range1,850,000.00 - 2,876,000.00
Volume184,399
Avg. Volume217,007
Market Cap329.455T
Beta0.69
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield25.45 (1.29%)
Ex-Dividend Date2016-12-28
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reutersyesterday

    Interview: Xiaomi to expand store network in Indian tussle with Samsung

    China's Xiaomi plans to expand its Indian store network as it attempts to grab the lead in a smartphone market which Korea's Samsung has dominated for more than five years. A little over three years after Xiaomi entered India, its cheap, high-spec handsets have helped the start-up, which is now valued at close to $100 billion and plans to list this year, to pull neck-and-neck with Samsung in its biggest market behind China. "If you look at 2017 and 2018 combined, the biggest change in our strategy is our focus on offline," Manu Kumar Jain, Managing Director of Xiaomi India, told Reuters in an interview.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Italy's anti-trust opens probe into Apple, Samsung phone complaints

    Italy's antitrust body said on Thursday it had opened a probe into allegations that Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd used software updates to slow their mobile phones and push clients into buying new handsets. The watchdog said in a statement that the two companies had not told clients that the updates might have a negative impact on the performance of their phones. It said the U.S. and South Korean firms might have infringed four separate articles of the national consumers' code.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Italy's anti-trust opens probe into Apple, Samsung phone complaints

    Italy's antitrust body said on Thursday it had opened a probe into allegations that Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co Ltd used software updates to slow their mobile phones and push clients into buying new handsets. The watchdog said in a statement that the two companies had not told clients that the updates might have a negative impact on the performance of their phones. It said the U.S. and South Korean firms might have infringed four separate articles of the national consumers' code.

  • MarketWatch2 days ago

    Hong Kong, Chinese stocks advance while Nikkei pulls back after topping 24,000

    Asia-Pacific stocks were mostly higher Thursday, aided by strength in Chinese banks and regional tech companies, after equities hit fresh record highs on Wall Street overnight.

  • Forbes3 days ago

    Galaxy S9 Could Be Denied Samsung's Revolutionary New Technology

    If AI is the future, the AI chip is the key to unlocking it on your smartphone. Samsung is late to the game, and the Galaxy S9 could miss out on some significant features because of this.

  • Yacktman Focused Fund Reduces Samsung, Microsoft, Sysco Positions
    GuruFocus.com3 days ago

    Yacktman Focused Fund Reduces Samsung, Microsoft, Sysco Positions

    The fund’s largest sales of the 4th quarter

  • Yacktman Fund Trims Positions in 4 Companies in 4th Quarter
    GuruFocus.com3 days ago

    Yacktman Fund Trims Positions in 4 Companies in 4th Quarter

    Fund managers also eliminated Walmart and Intel from the portfolio

  • Forbes4 days ago

    Samsung Leak Delivers Galaxy S9 Bad News

    Samsung's last Galaxy S9 surprises have leaked...

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Cyber Matters: Former Defense Department CIO Shares Best Security Practices

    Terry Halvorsen, former chief information officer of the U.S. Department of Defense, had a $40 billion budget and untold resources at his command, as he defended the DoD against military-grade threats ...

  • Forbes4 days ago

    Samsung Builds A Wall And Expands Intelligent Home Footprint At CES 2018

    Samsung built The Wall at CES 2018 and expanded their IoT presence. Is it enough?

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Samsung aims to double Africa's share of its revenues in five years

    South Korea's Samsung Electronics plans to double the annual revenue contribution from its African markets to 20 percent of the firm's global total in the next five years, the head of its business on the continent said on Monday. Sung Yoon said the electronics giant, which accounts for over half of the mobile handsets and televisions sold in African nations like Kenya, would set up shops and other retail channels in more African countries and cut product delivery times. "We think Africa is extremely important for the future," he told Reuters after a news conference in Nairobi.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Samsung aims to double Africa's share of its revenues in five years

    South Korea's Samsung Electronics plans to double the annual revenue contribution from its African markets to 20 percent of the firm's global total in the next five years, the head of its business on the continent said on Monday. Sung Yoon said the electronics giant, which accounts for over half of the mobile handsets and televisions sold in African nations like Kenya, would set up shops and other retail channels in more African countries and cut product delivery times. "We think Africa is extremely important for the future," he told Reuters after a news conference in Nairobi.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    End of a chip boom? Memory chip price drop spooks investors

    After a blistering year-and-a-half long surge, a sudden drop in some memory prices, followed by Samsung Electronics Co's disappointing profit estimate, is causing jitters among investors who had bet the chip boom would last at least another year. The $122 billion memory chip industry has enjoyed an unprecedented boom since mid-2016, expanding nearly 70 percent in 2017 alone thanks to robust growth of smartphones and cloud services that require more powerful chips that can store more data. "Memory chips will likely see a gradual price decline in 2018 if demand remains strong and appetite from servers holds," said Lee Jae-yun, analyst at Yuanta Securities Korea.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Analysis: End of a chip boom? Memory chip price drop spooks investors

    After a blistering year-and-a-half long surge, a sudden drop in some memory prices, followed by Samsung Electronics Co's disappointing profit estimate, is causing jitters among investors who had bet the chip boom would last at least another year. The $122 billion memory chip industry has enjoyed an unprecedented boom since mid-2016, expanding nearly 70 percent in 2017 alone thanks to robust growth of smartphones and cloud services that require more powerful chips that can store more data. "Memory chips will likely see a gradual price decline in 2018 if demand remains strong and appetite from servers holds," said Lee Jae-yun, analyst at Yuanta Securities Korea.

  • Forbes6 days ago

    Samsung Leak Reveals Significant Galaxy S9 Features

    11 Galaxy S9 features have been revealed in a massive new Samsung leak...

  • Forbes8 days ago

    Android Circuit: Samsung Confirms Galaxy S9 Launch Date, Huawei vs. USA, Radical Galaxy X Cancelled

    This week’s Android Circuit includes Samsung’s confirmation of its flagship Galaxy S9 launch date, the cancelled folding Galaxy X, Huawei’s problems with Mate 10 Pro, Google rolls up all payment services under one brand, an in-screen fingerprint reader at CES, and the crazy CES project from Razer.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Samsung Electronics' U.S. washing machine factory starts production

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Saturday its new home appliance factory in the United States had begun producing washing machines, as it awaits a U.S. government decision that could curb imports of the machines. The new factory in Newberry, South Carolina, aims to produce 1 million washing machines in 2018 and create over 1,000 jobs by 2020, Samsung said in a statement. In November, the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) recommended tariffs to keep Samsung and domestic rival LG Electronics from selling inexpensive washing machines in the U.S. market, a step that would benefit American appliance maker Whirlpool Corp (WHR.N).

  • Samsung Electronics' U.S. washing machine factory starts production
    Reuters8 days ago

    Samsung Electronics' U.S. washing machine factory starts production

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Saturday its new home appliance factory in the United States had begun producing washing machines, as it awaits a U.S. government decision that could curb imports of the machines. The new factory in Newberry, South Carolina, aims to produce 1 million washing machines in 2018 and create over 1,000 jobs by 2020, Samsung said in a statement. In November, the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) recommended tariffs to keep Samsung and domestic rival LG Electronics from selling inexpensive washing machines in the U.S. market, a step that would benefit American appliance maker Whirlpool Corp (WHR.N).

  • Samsung targeted by French lawsuit amid alleged labor abuse
    Associated Press9 days ago

    Samsung targeted by French lawsuit amid alleged labor abuse

    PARIS (AP) — Two French rights groups have filed a lawsuit against electronics giant Samsung, accusing it of misleading advertising because of alleged labor abuses at factories in China and South Korea.

  • CNBC9 days ago

    Samsung hit with lawsuit over misleading advertising related to alleged human rights violations

    The lawsuit was filed by two non-governmental organizations, Sherpa and ActionAid France, in a Paris court.

  • Huawei wins China patent lawsuit against rival Samsung
    Associated Press9 days ago

    Huawei wins China patent lawsuit against rival Samsung

    HONG KONG (AP) — Chinese tech giant Huawei won a patent infringement lawsuit against South Korea smartphone rival Samsung on Thursday, according to information released by a Chinese court.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    French NGOs file complaint against Samsung Electronics over deceptive marketing

    Two French rights groups said on Thursday they had filed a complaint against South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd over alleged deceptive marketing practices. The two non-governmental organizations (NGOs), Sherpa and ActionAid-Peuples solidaires, said Samsung Electronics had violated the fundamental rights of its employees in factories located in China and South Korea, contradicting commitments it had made, which it had used as a marketing tool. The complaint was filed with the Paris prosecutor against both the group and its French subsidiary Samsung Electronics France (SEF).

  • Reuters9 days ago

    French NGOs file complaint against Samsung Electronics over deceptive marketing

    Two French rights groups said on Thursday they had filed a complaint against South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd over alleged deceptive marketing practices. The two non-governmental organizations (NGOs), Sherpa and ActionAid-Peuples solidaires, said Samsung Electronics had violated the fundamental rights of its employees in factories located in China and South Korea, contradicting commitments it had made, which it had used as a marketing tool. The complaint was filed with the Paris prosecutor against both the group and its French subsidiary Samsung Electronics France (SEF).

  • Forbes10 days ago

    Samsung Finally Confirms Galaxy S9 Launch Date

    Samsung may have decided to fold on using CES as the launch platform for its flagship smartphone, but Las Vegas did see the story of the Galaxy S9 take a major step forward. Samsung has confirmed that the launch of the S9 family of handsets will happen at Mobile World Congress next month.

  • TheStreet.com10 days ago

    Harman CEO Tells Us How Parent Samsung Creates Synergies With Connected Cars

    Dinesh Paliwal envisions Harman and Samsung eventually crafting solutions that enable 'personalized sound zones' for passengers in self-driving cars.