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Previous Close60,100.00
Open60,400.00
Bid60,300.00 x 0
Ask60,400.00 x 0
Day's Range59,800.00 - 60,400.00
52 Week Range42,300.00 - 62,800.00
Volume8,427,350
Avg. Volume19,050,647
Market Cap403.478T
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.90
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateOct 29, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield1,416.00 (2.36%)
Ex-Dividend DateJun 29, 2020
1y Target Est54,903.00
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    Moody's Investors Service has assigned a first-time A1 issuer rating to Samsung SDS Co., Ltd. "Samsung SDS' standalone credit quality is underpinned by its high business and financial stability, stemming from large captive demand from Samsung Group companies, its leading position in Korea's IT services market, and its very strong balance sheet and cash flow," says Sean Hwang, a Moody's Assistant Vice President and Analyst. Samsung SDS enjoys high business stability based on large captive business from Samsung Group affiliates, in particular Samsung Electronics.

  • Huawei’s Latest Phone Marks End of Era As U.S. Spurs Rethink
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    Huawei’s Latest Phone Marks End of Era As U.S. Spurs Rethink

    (Bloomberg) -- Huawei Technologies Co. introduced the Mate 40 smartphone series on Thursday, potentially its last major release powered by its self-designed Kirin chips.China’s biggest tech company by sales has been stockpiling chips to get its signature device out in time to compete with Apple Inc.’s iPhone 12 over the holidays. Huawei will have to overhaul its smartphone lineup after Trump administration sanctions that took effect in September curtailed its ability to design and manufacture advanced in-house chips by cutting it off from the likes of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.The company’s consumer devices group, led by Richard Yu, was already prevented from shipping handsets with the full Google-augmented Android experience. But that didn’t stop it from surpassing Samsung Electronics Co. to become the world’s best-selling smartphone maker in the summer, largely on the strength of growing domestic sales. Without a contractor to produce its own chips or the ability to buy processors from a supplier like Qualcomm Inc., prognostications for the division’s future are less rosy.“We are suffering from the U.S. government’s third-round ban. This unfair ban,” said Yu during a live-streamed presentation, saying the trade sanctions make things extremely difficult. Though he did open the event by saying that, “at Huawei, we continue to dare to dream for a bright future together.”Read more: Huawei Outhustles Trump by Hoarding Chips Vital for China 5GHuawei’s third-quarter revenue growth slowed to 3.7% as the sanctions exacted a toll on the consumer business, of which the Mate series is the showpiece.The 6.5-inch Mate 40 and 6.76-inch Mate 40 Pro feature the 5nm Kirin 9000 processor, second to Apple’s A14 chip to offer that advanced manufacturing node in consumer devices. The system-on-chip contains 15.3 billion transistors, including eight CPU cores maxing out at a speed of 3.13GHz and 24 GPU cores that Huawei claims give it 52% faster graphics than Qualcomm’s best offering.Both devices have sloping glass sides and in-display fingerprint sensors. The new rear “Space Ring” design accommodating Huawei’s multi-camera system is reminiscent of the control wheel of iPods of yesteryear. It plays host to a 50-megapixel main camera accompanied by zoom and ultrawide lenses.Though prevented from doing business with technological partners and suppliers, Huawei still touts Leica co-branding on its imaging hardware and is once again offering a Porsche Design edition of its new flagship smartphone. The company also announced a new pair of over-ear headphones and new home speakers in collaboration with French audio brand Devialet SA.Huawei is the leader in China, where the mobile software ecosystem is fleshed out with vendor-specific apps and stores alongside a reliance on Tencent Holdings Ltd.’s WeChat super-app as a mini operating system. The Mate 40 gives Huawei a response to Apple’s new 5G-enabled iPhones and extends the period of time before it has to completely rethink its consumer devices strategy.The Mate 40 will be on sale for 899 euros ($1,064), Mate 40 Pro will cost 1,199 euros and a Mate 40 Pro Plus with further upgrades will cost 1,399 euros, though Huawei didn’t specify a release date.(Updates with quarterly results in the fifth paragraph)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.