005930.KS - Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

KSE - KSE Delayed Price. Currency in KRW
46,500.00
+1,000.00 (+2.20%)
At close: 3:30PM KST
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Previous Close45,500.00
Open45,800.00
Bid46,400.00 x 0
Ask46,450.00 x 0
Day's Range45,750.00 - 46,500.00
52 Week Range44,220.00 - 57,520.00
Volume11,543,389
Avg. Volume12,903,549
Market Cap308.573T
Beta1.64
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateJul 31, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield1,064.00 (2.33%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-03-29
1y Target Est66,931.00
  • Better Buy: Apple Inc. vs. Samsung
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    Better Buy: Apple Inc. vs. Samsung

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  • Samsung Biologics to face criminal probe on accounting fraud
    Associated Press3 days ago

    Samsung Biologics to face criminal probe on accounting fraud

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea's top financial regulator said Thursday it had found intentional breaches of accounting rules at Samsung Biologics, the contract drugmaking unit once seen as Samsung's future growth engine.

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Everything you need to know
    Digital Trends3 days ago

    Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Everything you need to know

    The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will surely be big, bold, and pricey, but will it be foldable, or have an under-display fingerprint sensor? Those are just some of the rumors swirling around one of 2018's most-anticipated phones.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    South Korea regulator says Samsung BioLogics violated accounting rules

    South Korea's top financial regulator said on Thursday contract drug manufacturer Samsung BioLogics Co violated accounting rules in a case involving a joint venture and that it will report the firm and its CEO to prosecutors for investigation. The decision came after a months-long probe of bookkeeping of BioLogics, an affiliate of Samsung Electronics , amid growing scrutiny of South Korea's family-owned conglomerates under the administration of President Moon Jae-in. Samsung's biodrug business has been touted as a new growth engine for South Korea's biggest conglomerate Samsung Group, which includes crown jewel Samsung Electronics, amid a slowdown in the global smartphone market.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    S.Korea regulator says Samsung BioLogics violated accounting rules

    South Korea's top financial regulator said on Thursday contract drug manufacturer Samsung BioLogics Co violated accounting rules in a case involving a joint venture and that it will report the firm and its CEO to prosecutors for investigation. The decision came after a months-long probe of bookkeeping of BioLogics, an affiliate of Samsung Electronics, amid growing scrutiny of South Korea's family-owned conglomerates under the administration of President Moon Jae-in. Samsung's biodrug business has been touted as a new growth engine for South Korea's biggest conglomerate Samsung Group, which includes crown jewel Samsung Electronics, amid a slowdown in the global smartphone market.

  • Financial Times5 days ago

    [$$] The world’s largest phone factory

    It is being called the world's "largest mobile phone factory". Samsung Electronics — the tech gem in the crown of South Korea's sprawling Samsung conglomerate — on Monday formally opened an expanded manufacturing plant just outside New Delhi, as it seeks to tap into India's booming smartphone market. (You know it is a big deal when the leaders of both countries are there for the opening). The company is hoping the new factory will help it boost production of smartphones in India to 120m by 2020 — nearly double the 68m it makes now.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Samsung opens world's largest phone factory in India

    Samsung Electronics has formally opened a new factory in India, which the South Korean tech group says is the world's biggest mobile phone manufacturing plant, part of its plans to expand production in the world's fastest growing major mobile phone market. The factory in Noida, on the outskirts of New Delhi, will allow Samsung to make phones at a lower cost due to its scale at a time when other phone making hubs such as China are getting more expensive, analysts tracking the sector said. The factory, inaugurated jointly on Monday by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, will also help Samsung to compete more effectively with rivals such as China's Xiaomi, which became India's biggest smartphone brand by shipments earlier this year.

  • Samsung opens world's largest phone factory in India
    Reuters6 days ago

    Samsung opens world's largest phone factory in India

    Samsung Electronics has formally opened a new factory in India, which the South Korean tech group says is the world's biggest mobile phone manufacturing plant, part of its plans to expand production in the world's fastest growing major mobile phone market. The factory in Noida, on the outskirts of New Delhi, will allow Samsung to make phones at a lower cost due to its scale at a time when other phone making hubs such as China are getting more expensive, analysts tracking the sector said. The factory, inaugurated jointly on Monday by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, will also help Samsung to compete more effectively with rivals such as China's Xiaomi, which became India's biggest smartphone brand by shipments earlier this year.

  • Samsung’s new India phone factory is ‘world’s largest’
    TechCrunch6 days ago

    Samsung’s new India phone factory is ‘world’s largest’

    This week Samsung is opening what it’s calling the world’s largest mobile

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Samsung opens world's largest phone factory in India

    Samsung Electronics has formally opened a new factory in India, which the South Korean tech group says is the world's biggest mobile phone manufacturing plant, part of its plans to expand production in the world's fastest growing major mobile phone market. The factory in Noida, on the outskirts of New Delhi, will allow Samsung to make phones at a lower cost due to its scale at a time when other phone making hubs such as China are getting more expensive, analysts tracking the sector said. The factory, inaugurated jointly on Monday by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, will also help Samsung to compete more effectively with rivals such as China's Xiaomi, which became India's biggest smartphone brand by shipments earlier this year.

  • Hello India, Samsung’s not done with you yet
    Quartz6 days ago

    Hello India, Samsung’s not done with you yet

    In 2017, Samsung lost its pole position to Chinese rivals in the world’s second-largest smartphone market. Now, it is fighting back. Today (July 09), the South Korean electronics major opens a new 35-acre manufacturing facility in Noida, near New Delhi. The plant will nearly double the company’s capacity in India from the existing 67 million…

  • Bloomberg7 days ago

    World’s Largest Mobile Phone Factory Set to Open in India

    Samsung Electronics Co., the South Korean maker of Galaxy phones, said it is opening the world’s largest mobile phone manufacturing facility on the outskirts of the Indian capital, as smartphone demand surges. The factory will be inaugurated by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and South Korean President Moon Jae-in at 5 p.m. local time. “The opportunity is just massive," said Faisal Kawoosa, who heads new initiatives at researcher CMR Pvt.

  • The Wall Street Journal7 days ago

    [$$] Memory Loss: Prices Weaken for Chips Used in Smartphones, Self-Driving Cars

    After a historic rise in 2017, prices of two major types of memory chips—called NAND and DRAM—this year have fallen 37% and 16%, respectively, according to semiconductor sales tracker DRAMeXchange. The price drop led to a profit forecast from Samsung Electronics Co. that was below analysts’ expectations. Shares in the world’s largest smartphone and semiconductor maker slid 2.3% on Friday after Samsung said it expected second-quarter operating profits of 14.8 trillion won ($13.2 billion), below analyst estimates of 15.1 trillion won.

  • The Wall Street Journal7 days ago

    [$$] Samsung’s Ever-Rising Profit Should Be Confined to Memory

    The Korean electronics giant should be able to keep rewarding investors well even if it’s share price is no longer rising inexorably.

  • Why Gannett, Barnes & Noble, and Samsung Electronics Slumped Today
    Motley Fool9 days ago

    Why Gannett, Barnes & Noble, and Samsung Electronics Slumped Today

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  • TheStreet.com9 days ago

    Samsung's Phone Woes Will Be Hard to Fix Until Big Hardware Innovations Arrive

    latest flagship phones appear to have been soft last quarter, given the numbers that rivals and chip suppliers have been reporting. Samsung's shares fell 2.3% overnight in Seoul after the South Korean hardware and chip giant forecast it will report Q2 revenue of 58 trillion won ($52 billion), down about 5% annually, and an operating profit of 14.8 trillion won ($13.3 billion), up 5% annually. Samsung doesn't share details about how individual business units performed during a quarter until its full earnings report arrives (the Q2 report is due on the morning of July 31st).

  • Barrons.com9 days ago

    Tech Today: Samsung Whiffs, Amazon's Prime Time, Tweaking Alibaba

    Here are some things going on today in the world of tech: It’s a Samsung Electronics (0005930KS) kind of morning, as a disappointing profit forecast from the company casts a long shadow of the technology landscape. Samsung said late yesterday it expects June-quarter profit of 14.8 trillion South Korean Won, at the mid-point of its range, missing consensus for ₩15.1 trillion, and revenue of ₩58 trillion, missing consensus for ₩60.3 trillion, as related by The Wall Street Journal’s Timothy Martin. While Samsung did not offer full details of its various operating divisions—the actual earnings report comes July 31—one disappointment was lower-than-expected sales of its “Galaxy S9” smartphone.

  • TheStreet.com9 days ago

    Trade War, Jobs Report, Amazon, Samsung and MoviePass - 5 Things You Must Know

    The state-run China Daily newspaper confirmed the Chinese government responded to the U.S. imposition of a 25% levy on 818 China-made goods with around $34 billion of tariffs on imported U.S. goods including autos and agricultural products. China's retaliation essentially ensures that Donald Trump will follow through on his threat to boost those tariffs to $50 billion, and possibly as high as $500 billion, as he continues to press for generational changes in the trade relationship between the world's two biggest economies. The U.S. and China trade war was overshadowing the release Friday of the official U.S. jobs report for June at 8:30 a.m. ET.

  • TheStreet.com9 days ago

    Samsung Shares Dip as Profit Growth Slows Amid Waning Smartphone Demand

    Selling smartphones is a tougher gig. forecast its slowest profit growth in a least a year Friday as global smartphone demand slows and competition from low-cost rivals intensifies, suggesting the Apple Inc. rival may miss full year sales targets.

  • Weak sales of Samsung smartphones drag down profits 
    The Telegraph9 days ago

    Weak sales of Samsung smartphones drag down profits 

    Weak sales of Samsung smartphones drag down profits 

  • Samsung forecasts slowing profit growth for Q2, missing analyst estimates
    TechCrunch9 days ago

    Samsung forecasts slowing profit growth for Q2, missing analyst estimates

    Samsung has put out earnings guidance for its Q2 which indicate quarterly

  • Reuters9 days ago

    S.Korean stocks, won edge higher; U.S. tariffs kick in

    Round-up of South Korean financial markets: ** South Korea's KOSPI stock index and the won gained on Friday after Washington imposed tariffs on more than 800 goods from China worth $34 billion, a decision ...

  • Samsung profit growth slows on smartphone weakness
    Reuters10 days ago

    Samsung profit growth slows on smartphone weakness

    South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd estimated on Friday earnings grew at the slowest pace in more than a year in the second quarter, as analysts said weak smartphone sales likely offset record high chip earnings. Samsung shares fell 2 percent as the guidance gave investors insight into how badly the decline in smartphone profitability is hurting the company's bottom line, after it warned in April of an earnings slowdown amid tougher competition. The world's biggest maker of memory chips, smartphones and TVs said April-June operating profit would grow 5.2 percent to 14.8 trillion Korean won ($13.2 billion), just missing an average estimate of 14.9 trillion won from 18 analysts polled by Thomson Reuters.

  • Samsung opens' world's largest phone factory' in India
    Reuters Videos5 days ago

    Samsung opens' world's largest phone factory' in India

    Samsung has opened what it calls the world's biggest phone factory in India- doubling down on the country's demand for smartphones. Pascale Davies reports.

  • Samsung's data side of the business is bigger that most t...
    CNBC Videos10 days ago

    Samsung's data side of the business is bigger that most t...

    Ray Wang, principal analyst, founder and chairman of Constellation Research, discusses Samsung's second-quarter earnings.