|Bid||43,900.00 x 0|
|Ask||43,950.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||43,500.00 - 44,200.00|
|52 Week Range||43,500.00 - 57,520.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Oct 29, 2018 - Nov 2, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1,416.00 (3.21%)|
|1y Target Est||66,328.00|
Arm, which is responsible for much of the intellectual property that powers mobile devices, radically shifts its strategy.
Growth picked up in Display in 2017 with the growing adoption of OLED (organic light-emitting diode) displays by smartphones and TV manufacturers and the introduction of Gen 10.5 substrates for TV manufacturing. AMAT’s Display division supplies products such as chemical and physical vapor deposition and array tests that help display manufacturers like Samsung (SSNLF) Display overcome technical challenges in OLED manufacturing. In the fiscal second quarter, the Display division’s revenues rose 53.0% YoY (year-over-year) and 32.0% sequentially to $600.0 million, driven by strong demand in the mobile and TV markets.
South Korea's Jin Air escaped the worst of regulatory wrath on Friday when it was allowed to keep its business licence in the wake of public outrage over the behaviour of members of its founding family. The country's No.2 budget carrier's licence was put under review after it was found that family member Emily Cho - in the spotlight after reports of an angry tantrum earlier this year - held U.S. citizenship while serving as board director in violation of South Korean law. Although Jin Air kept its licence, it will be restricted from registering new aircraft and routes for a "certain period of time", the transport ministry said in a decision that pared initial sky-high gains for its stock.
By April Joyner NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks and emerging market currencies rebounded on Thursday after China said it will hold trade talks with the United States this month and Turkey's lira continued ...
The companies reported weakness in memory WFE (wafer fab equipment) spending and acknowledged their exposure to the US-China trade war. Currently, the stocks are trading near or below their bearish target price. Cowen analyst Krish Sankar upgraded Applied Materials from $60 to $62. Sankar stated that investors have already priced in the memory weakness and lower revenue estimates from Display. The stock could increase from spending in the foundry and logic markets.
Applied Materials (AMAT) earns more than 60% of its revenues by selling semiconductor systems to foundry, memory, and logic chip manufacturers. The division supplies three major technology products: transistor and interconnects, patterning and packaging, and imaging and process control. Although the division is seeing a short-term slowdown due to weakness in the memory space, the company states that its long-term growth opportunity remains intact.
The Galaxy Note 9 is the best Android phone you can buy — but it's loaded with features that a lot of people probably don't really need, CNBC's Todd Haselton says.
Applied Materials (AMAT) is currently witnessing the technology industry’s transition from the mobile era to the AI era. AI is helping AMAT expand its consumer base for its Semiconductor Systems division, which provides more than 60.0% of its revenues.
Hey, good morning! We're delivering our verdict on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in our full review, elaborate on MoviePass' continued woes and tell you the best VR headsets for your back-to-school dollars. Samsung continues its nearly spotless history of delivering excellent big-screen phones with the Note 9. The cameras aren't the best in class, but the Note 9 still takes great photos, and the new S Pen remote controls make the stylus useful for more than just doodles.
At the annual advertising festival on the French Riviera two summers ago, top New York Times Co. executive Meredith Kopit Levien sipped rosé with marketing executives from Samsung Electronics Co. At Samsung’s virtual-reality installation, the group took turns trying on the latest goggles to immerse themselves in an interactive theater experience. A formal ad sales pitch soon followed from Ms. Levien’s team.
The lawyer who advised billionaire Paul Singer in his proxy fight against Samsung Group says he’s seeing a surge of interest from activist investors who view South Korea’s businesses as potential targets. Inquiries to his law firm about shareholder activism have tripled, Choi Young-ik, founding manager at Nexus Law Group, said in an interview this month at his Seoul office. Local investors and hedge funds based in the U.S. and U.K. are reaching out, he said.
The biggest, beastliest phone of the year is here, and spoiler alert, the Galaxy Note 9 lives up to the lofty expectations. In addition to a huge battery, large screen and generous onboard storage, Samsung taught the old S Pen a few new tricks that should make the stylus more useful to a wide audience. Samsung's stylus has long been a hallmark of the Note series, but this year, the S Pen gained much more functionality.
Samsung has unveiled a 5G modem that meets all the latest standards and can hit 6Gbps mmWave speeds. The Exynos Modem 5100, built using Samsung's 10-nanometer process, conforms to the latest 3GPP release 15 spec for sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G spectrums. Since backward compatibility will be crucial when 5G launches, a single-chip solution will hasten 5G adoption, Samsung believes.
Investing.com - Gold prices fell below the $1,200 mark on Wednesday as the demand for U.S. dollar went up amidst the Turkish lira contagion crisis.
Following a key business collaboration, Spotify (NYSE:SPOT) shares continue to lay down a slow and steady track on the price chart for bullish investors. Spotify stock may not be the next so-called perfect investment.
The Galaxy Note 9 is here, and it's Samsung's most powerful phone to date, with an updated processor, and a brand-new S Pen, and much more. Here's absolutely everything you need to know about the Galaxy Note 9.
Turkey’s currency has found its footing after two days of intense selling that ricocheted across the currencies market. In early London dealings, the lira rose 6 per cent, with one dollar buying 6.49 units of the currency. The move comes after a 6.3 per cent fall on Monday and a 13.8 per cent drop last Friday — which has left the currency down by a quarter this month alone, even after the bounce higher on Tuesday.
Samsung Electronics Co. unveiled the Galaxy Note 9 in New York on Thursday, the latest iteration of a series of devices that ushered in the ‘phablet,’ which are between the size of a phone and tablet. Samsung is banking on a larger screen and more high-end specifications as it goes head-to-head with the iPhone X before Apple Inc. introduces new devices ahead of the holiday shopping season. With both starting at about $1,000, how do the Note and iPhone X compare?
Earlier this month, HP (HPQ) announced its intention to acquire UK-based Apogee for 380 million pounds. Apogee was founded in 1993 and is an MSP (managed services provider) for print and process technology. HP has been looking at acquisitions to disrupt the A3 copier market, which has been valued at $55 billion.
Samsung today is announcing an updated version of its Wifi product line. The company partnered with Palo Alto-based Plume Design to provide software that powers the devices. According to Samsung, Plume's platform uses artificial intelligence to allocate bandwidth across connected devices while delivering the best possible wi-fi coverage throughout a home.
Samsung shares have under-performed U.S. technology stocks like Amazon and Apple and even the under-pressure Chinese names such as Tencent and Baidu.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is considering suspending operations at one of its mobile phone manufacturing plants in China due to slumping sales and rising labour costs, the Electronic Times reported on Monday. Samsung might stop producing mobile phones this year at Tianjin Samsung Telecom Technology, located in the northern Chinese city of Tianjin, the South Korean newspaper said, describing the move under consideration as a potential withdrawal. The world's biggest smartphone maker said on Monday that nothing had been decided on the fate of its Tianjin operation.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is considering suspending operations at one of its mobile phone manufacturing plants in China due to slumping sales and rising labor costs, the Electronic Times reported on Monday. Samsung might stop producing mobile phones this year at Tianjin Samsung Telecom Technology, located in the northern Chinese city of Tianjin, the South Korean newspaper said, describing the move under consideration as a potential withdrawal. The world's biggest smartphone maker said on Monday that nothing had been decided on the fate of its Tianjin operation.