005930.KS - Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

KSE - KSE Delayed Price. Currency in KRW
2,607,000.00
+87,000.00 (+3.45%)
At close: 3:30PM KST
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Previous Close2,520,000.00
Open2,521,000.00
Bid2,608,000.00 x 0
Ask2,609,000.00 x 0
Day's Range2,520,000.00 - 2,608,000.00
52 Week Range2,098,000.00 - 2,876,000.00
Volume360,931
Avg. Volume279,281
Market Cap344.94T
Beta1.47
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateApr 26, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield70,000.00 (2.81%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est3,378,750.00
  • Samsung Hits Record Profit as the Chips Fly
    Bloomberg Video8 hours ago

    Samsung Hits Record Profit as the Chips Fly

    Apr.25 -- Hoped-for growth in memory chips became reality when Samsung Electronics released first quarter earnings, pushing the company’s profit to a new record. Investors pushed into shares even with an admission of weaker demand for OLED panels, possibly due to lackluster Apple iPhone X demand as hinted by supply chain producers and assemblers. Ramy Inocencio has the Bloomberg Terminal charts you need to know on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."

  • Investopedia11 minutes ago

    Samsung Reports Weak Demand for OLED Panels Used in iPhone X

    Samsung Electronics Co. has become the latest Apple Inc. ( AAPL) supplier to hint that demand for the iPhone X is wavering. The South Korean electronics manufacturer reported a 52% increase in first-quarter earnings on Thursday, led by rampant appetite for its memory chips, but also warned that profits for its display business “were affected by slow demand for flexible OLED panels.” The company’s organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screens are used in Apple’s flagship product, as well as its own smartphones. Flexible OLED panel revenues rose just 3.4% in the quarter, compared with 20% for Samsung as a whole, and company executives warned that weaker sales patterns in this division are likely to persist into the second quarter.

  • TheStreet.com14 minutes ago

    Global Stocks Mixed, U.S. Futures Soften as Earnings, Oil, Rates Cloud Sentiment

    Rising oil prices, surging bond yields and mixed earnings forecasts have stalled overnight gains for global stocks and pulled U.S. equity futures into the red ahead of another hectic slate of corporate ...

  • Financial Times1 hour ago

    [$$] Euro bounces off lows ahead of ECB meeting

    Thursday 11.00 BST “The focus today will be on the ECB’s interpretation of the moderation in eurozone economic data since the start of the year,” says Mike Bell, Global Market Strategist, JPMorgan Asset ...

  • Asian Equities Mixed; Tech Stocks Under Pressure
    Investing.com2 hours ago

    Asian Equities Mixed; Tech Stocks Under Pressure

    Investing.com – Asian equities were mixed in afternoon trade on Thursday, with Japanese and Korean equities in green but Hong Kong, Chinese and Australian losing. As the rising yields on 10-year U.S. Treasuries that topped 3% continued to weigh on investor sentiment, tech stocks remained in focus in the Asian stock market.

  • World stocks mixed as investors mull earnings, await ECB
    Associated Press1 hour ago

    World stocks mixed as investors mull earnings, await ECB

    HONG KONG (AP) — World share benchmarks were mixed on Thursday as investors digested the latest quarterly corporate earnings and awaited the outcome of a European Central Bank meeting.

  • CNBC4 hours ago

    Another major Apple supplier just delivered potential bad news for the iPhone X

    Samsung Electronics warned that it may be challenging to generate overall earnings growth across the company due to a slowdown in the global smartphone market. The South Korean tech giant predicted in the second-quarter it could see weakness in the display panel segment and a decline in profitability in the mobile business. The warning came after Samsung posted record profits for the January-March quarter, driven largely by a robust memory chip business.

  • TheStreet.com4 hours ago

    Samsung Posts Record Q1 But Adds Cautious Voice To Smartphone Demand Forecasts

    Samsung joined the growing chorus of handset giants to warn on waning smartphone demand, but Apple's biggest rival still posted record first quarter profits of $14.4 billion.

  • MarketWatch5 hours ago

    Samsung rebounds, but losses resume for Hong Kong, China stocks

    Asia-Pacific stock markets started higher Thursday, following declines a day earlier and muted action overnight on Wall Street.

  • Samsung Electronics flags mobile weakness as chips power record first-quarter profit
    Reuters7 hours ago

    Samsung Electronics flags mobile weakness as chips power record first-quarter profit

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said weakness in the global smartphone market would slow earnings growth, as it reported record quarterly profit on Thursday thanks to strong demand for semiconductors used in servers. The world's biggest maker of memory chips, smartphones and television sets also flagged softer demand for smartphone OLED panels as a challenge for the second quarter, while its cash-cow chip business should remain strong. "Generating overall earnings growth across the company will be a challenge due to weakness in the display panel segment and a decline in profitability in the mobile business amid rising competition in the high-end segment," the South Korean giant said in a statement.

  • Samsung Electronics flags mobile weakness as chips power record first-quarter profit
    Reuters7 hours ago

    Samsung Electronics flags mobile weakness as chips power record first-quarter profit

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said weakness in the global smartphone market would slow earnings growth, as it reported record quarterly profit on Thursday thanks to strong demand for semiconductors used in servers. The world's biggest maker of memory chips, smartphones and television sets also flagged softer demand for smartphone OLED panels as a challenge for the second quarter, while its cash-cow chip business should remain strong. "Generating overall earnings growth across the company will be a challenge due to weakness in the display panel segment and a decline in profitability in the mobile business amid rising competition in the high-end segment," the South Korean giant said in a statement.

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    Qualcomm easing licensing terms in bid to strike deals

    Qualcomm Inc's earnings call on Wednesday showed just how far the company is willing to go to preserve one of its core business practices of taking a cut of the selling price of phones. Qualcomm gave two indications on Wednesday it was prepared to accept lower revenue in exchange for maintaining the business structure and avoiding future customer disputes. On Wednesday, Qualcomm said it would cap the phone price that is the basis of the revenue calculation at $400.

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    Samsung Elec flags mobile weakness as chips power record Q1 profit

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said weakness in the global smartphone market would slow earnings growth, as it reported record quarterly profit on Thursday thanks to strong demand for semiconductors used in servers. The world's biggest maker of memory chips, smartphones and television sets also flagged softer demand for smartphone OLED panels as a challenge for the second quarter, while its cash-cow chip business should remain strong. "Generating overall earnings growth across the company will be a challenge due to weakness in the display panel segment and a decline in profitability in the mobile business amid rising competition in the high-end segment," the South Korean giant said in a statement.

  • The Wall Street Journal7 hours ago

    [$$] What Tariffs Could Mean for Your New TV

    The Trump administration’s proposed tariffs on Chinese imports include a 25% levy on TVs and related components. A report commissioned by two trade associations says the levy could push up television prices in the U.S. by 4% overall, and by 23% for those from China. The tariffs threaten to affect plans for this year’s holiday shopping season, said Gary Shapiro, chief executive of the Consumer Technology Association, one of the trade groups that commissioned the report.

  • Samsung's profit exceeds expectations thanks to memory chips
    Associated Press7 hours ago

    Samsung's profit exceeds expectations thanks to memory chips

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Samsung Electronics Co. reported better-than-expected financial results Thursday as robust demand from global data centers for its mainstay memory chips earned it another record-high quarterly profit.

  • Samsung Hits Record Profit as the Chips Fly
    Bloomberg8 hours ago

    Samsung Hits Record Profit as the Chips Fly

    Hoped-for growth in memory chips became reality when Samsung Electronics released first quarter earnings, pushing the company’s profit to a new record. Investors pushed into shares even with an admission ...

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    Qualcomm easing licensing terms in bid to strike deals

    Qualcomm Inc's earnings call on Wednesday showed just how far the company is willing to go to preserve one of its core business practices of taking a cut of the selling price of phones. Qualcomm gave two indications on Wednesday it was prepared to accept lower revenue in exchange for maintaining the business structure and avoiding future customer disputes. On Wednesday, Qualcomm said it would cap the phone price that is the basis of the revenue calculation at $400.

  • Financial Times9 hours ago

    [$$] Samsung posts record results for 4th straight quarter

    Samsung Electronics has reported record operating profits for the fourth consecutive quarter on the back of strong demand for memory chips, defying concerns about a semiconductor slowdown. The company ...

  • Financial Times9 hours ago

    [$$] Samsung shares higher after choppy session for chipmakers

    Shares in Samsung Electronics rose as much as 3.2 per cent in Seoul after the company posted a 52 per cent increase in net profit for the first three months of the year.  The  earnings result was driven ...

  • The Wall Street Journal9 hours ago

    [$$] Samsung's Earnings Hot Streak Continues

    Memory chip prices aren’t likely to surge as much as they did over the past year, and high-end handset sales could be underwhelming as consumers upgrade their devices less frequently. The Suwon, South Korea-based company said its first-quarter net profit rose 52% to 11.69 trillion South Korean won ($10.8 billion) from 7.68 trillion won a year earlier. Samsung has been spending aggressively to boost sales for its latest iteration of its flagship device, the Galaxy S9.

  • Samsung Is Concerned Over Mobile Profitability Decline
    Bloomberg10 hours ago

    Samsung Is Concerned Over Mobile Profitability Decline

    Samsung’s first-quarter profit exceeded analysts’ estimates on booming exports of memory chips, but warned of challenges in smartphone demand in the coming months. Bloomberg Intelligence's Anthea Lai weighs ...

  • Bloomberg10 hours ago

    Samsung Sees Slow Demand for OLEDs Used for Apple's iPhone X

    Samsung Electronics Co. is the latest Apple Inc. supplier to offer a sign of weaker iPhone X sales, saying that it’s seeing slow demand for the screens used in the flagship product.

  • Bloomberg11 hours ago

    Samsung Tops Profit Estimates, Warns of Weak Phone Demand

    Samsung Electronics Co.’s first-quarter profit exceeded analysts’ estimates on booming exports of memory chips, but warned of challenges in smartphone demand in the coming months. Net income rose to 11.6 trillion won ($10.7 billion) in the three months ended March, the Suwon, South Korea-based company said in a filing Thursday, beating the 10.9 trillion won average of projections compiled by Bloomberg. The results ease concerns of slowing demand for chips after a year of record profit that helped Samsung replace Intel Corp. as the king of semiconductors by revenue.

  • Forbes11 hours ago

    Samsung Leak Reveals New Galaxy Is Massive

    Samsung's most exciting new Galaxy will be its biggest ever smartphone...

  • U.S. Supreme Court upholds legality of patent review process
    Reuters2 days ago

    U.S. Supreme Court upholds legality of patent review process

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday gave its stamp of approval to a government review process prized by high technology companies as an easy and cheap way to combat "patent trolls" and others that bring patent infringement lawsuits. The justices ruled 7-2 that a type of in-house patent review at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office does not violate a defendant's right under the U.S. Constitution to have a case adjudicated by a federal court and jury. The court ruled against Oil States International Inc (OIS.N), a Houston-based oilfield services company that had challenged the legality of the process, called inter partes review (IPR).