005930.KS - Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

KSE - KSE Delayed Price. Currency in KRW
43,900.00
-150.00 (-0.34%)
At close: 3:30PM KST
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Previous Close44,050.00
Open43,900.00
Bid43,700.00 x 0
Ask43,750.00 x 0
Day's Range43,450.00 - 44,150.00
52 Week Range43,100.00 - 57,520.00
Volume7,842,520
Avg. Volume8,730,607
Market Cap291.448T
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.51
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateOct 31, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield1,416.00 (3.21%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-28
1y Target Est64,465.00
  • Google to charge smartphone makers for Google Play in Europe
    Reuters3 days ago

    Google to charge smartphone makers for Google Play in Europe

    BRUSSELS/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google on Tuesday revamped how it distributes its mobile apps in the European Union, introducing a licensing fee for device makers to access its app marketplace in a response to regulators' findings that it had broken antitrust law. The new arrangement opens doors for Google's web search and browser rivals such as Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) but essentially leaves the U.S. tech giant's lucrative mobile business intact, analysts said. The European Commission in July fined Google a record 4.34 billion euro ($5 billion) for using the market dominance of its mobile software to hinder rivals in areas such as internet search.

  • Samsung's latest acquisition will help prepare 5G for self-driving cars
    Engadget4 days ago

    Samsung's latest acquisition will help prepare 5G for self-driving cars

    Samsung has announced that it's acquiring a Barcelona-based startup called Zhilabs, and it's meant to help the corporation prepare for its 5G offerings. The results from Zhilabs' analyses could help Samsung figure out how to design its upcoming 5G products, such as connected cars and various Internet-of-things/automated devices, based on the quality of the networks carriers can provide. It could provide the info the Korean corporation needs to conjure up solutions for issues caused by 5G, for instance, which fixes meant for 3G or LTE can't address.

  • Why Is 2019 an Important Year for Intel Investors?
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    Why Is 2019 an Important Year for Intel Investors?

    In the previous part of this series, we saw that Intel’s (INTC) delay in the launch of the 10 nm (nanometer) node could put it behind rival Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (or TSMC) (TSM) in terms of technology. For years, Intel has been the leader in the manufacturing technology node. It was this technological advantage that helped Intel gain market share and command a high price for its products.

  • Apple Continues to Lead the Global Tablet Market
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    Apple Continues to Lead the Global Tablet Market

    Unit shipments fell 13.5% in the second quarter of calendar year 2018, 11.7% in the first quarter of 2018, 7.9% in the fourth quarter of 2017, and 5.5% in the third quarter of 2017. Tablet sales have in fact declined for the last 15 consecutive quarters, according to research firm IDC. Despite this decline, Apple (AAPL) has managed to easily outperform markets and generate robust iPad sales.

  • When Will Intel Launch Its 10-Nanometer Products?
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    When Will Intel Launch Its 10-Nanometer Products?

    In the previous part of this series, we saw that Intel (INTC) launched it ninth-generation Core processors even though it’s facing yield issues on its 10 nm (nanometer) node. Intel has already delayed the launch of its 10 nm products from the 2016 holiday season to the 2019 holiday season, allowing rivals Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (or TSMC) (TSM) and Samsung (SSNLF) to go ahead of it in terms of manufacturing technology. With the 7 nm node, AMD has tweaked its strategy and is bringing server CPUs first, which could be followed by client CPUs. On the other hand, Intel could launch its client CPUs first and then server CPUs, although the gap between the two launches would be short due to delays in the 10 nm node.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Samsung launches third rival to AbbVie's Humira drug in EU

    LONDON (Reuters) - South Korea's Samsung Bioepis and its partner Biogen (BIIB.O) have launched a third rival to AbbVie's (ABBV.N) blockbuster medicine Humira in Europe, ramping up competition for a slice ...

  • Samsung acquires network analytics startup Zhilabs to help its transition to 5G
    TechCrunch4 days ago

    Samsung acquires network analytics startup Zhilabs to help its transition to 5G

    Samsung Electronics is betting that acquiring Zhilabs, a real-time networks analytics startup based in Barcelona, will ease its transition from 4G to 5G technologies. Financial details of the deal, which was announced today, have not been disclosed. Zhilabs will be fully owned by Samsung, but it will continue to operate independently under its own management.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Samsung Electronics buys network analysis firm Zhilabs in 5G push

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Wednesday it has bought Barcelona-based network data analysis firm Zhilabs, as the South Korean giant gears up to launch products for connected devices and 5G mobile services that require fast data crunching. Samsung did not disclose the value of the deal, which marks the first announced acquisition in new technologies since companies in the Samsung group pledged in August a 25 trillion won (16.8 billion pounds) investment in artificial intelligence, 5G, electronic components for autos, and biopharmaceuticals. Samsung is betting that Zhilabs, which uses artificial intelligence to analyse network data, would help its transition to newer 5G gear, as it uses automated network analytics tool for fast data crunching.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Samsung Electronics buys network analysis firm Zhilabs in 5G push

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Wednesday it has bought Barcelona-based network data analysis firm Zhilabs, as the South Korean giant gears up to launch products for connected devices and 5G mobile services that require fast data crunching. Samsung did not disclose the value of the deal, which marks the first announced acquisition in new technologies since companies in the Samsung group pledged in August a 25 trillion won ($22.23 billion) investment in artificial intelligence, 5G, electronic components for autos, and biopharmaceuticals. Samsung is betting that Zhilabs, which uses artificial intelligence to analyze network data, would help its transition to newer 5G gear, as it uses automated network analytics tool for fast data crunching.

  • Asia Tech Firms Rally, and Not Just Because of Netflix
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Asia Tech Firms Rally, and Not Just Because of Netflix

    Technology shares drove advances in the region Wednesday as Apple Inc. supplier Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. and Samsung Electronics Co. soared, contributing to the MSCI Asia Pacific Index’s 1 percent gain. Before today, the MSCI Asia Pacific Infotech Index had slipped 16 percent this year. Netflix Inc. may have boosted investor sentiment as it surged in post-market trading after crushing analyst expectations with its latest results (the first among FAANGs to report).

  • Samsung unveils Exynos chips built for connected cars
    Engadget5 days ago

    Samsung unveils Exynos chips built for connected cars

    Samsung's Exynos processors are no longer confined to mobile devices and the occasional smartwatch. The company has launched Exynos Auto and Isocell Auto brands that will respectively make chips and camera sensors for connected cars. The Exynos line will include chips devoted to specific aspects of on-the-road technology, including driver assistance (Exynos Auto A), infotainment (Auto V) and telematics (Auto T).

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Google to charge smartphone makers for Google Play in Europe

    BRUSSELS/SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 16 (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google on Tuesday revamped how it distributes its mobile apps in the European Union, introducing a licensing fee for device makers to access its app marketplace in a response to regulators' findings that it had broken antitrust law. The new arrangement opens doors for Google's web search and browser rivals such as Microsoft Corp but essentially leaves the U.S. tech giant's lucrative mobile business intact, analysts said. The European Commission in July fined Google a record 4.34 billion euro ($5 billion) for using the market dominance of its mobile software to hinder rivals in areas such as internet search.

  • Bloomberg5 days ago

    Comparing the Huawei Mate 20 Pro to Apple and Samsung Flagships

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  • How Advanced Manufacturing Nodes Impact Intel’s Gross Margin
    Market Realist5 days ago

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  • US Tariffs to Impact Micron’s Gross Margin
    Market Realist9 days ago

    US Tariffs to Impact Micron’s Gross Margin

    The US tariffs on Chinese goods would impact US companies that manufacture or import goods from China (FXI), including Micron Technology (MU). Micron Technology is the world’s third-largest memory chip maker and competes with South Korean rivals Samsung (SSNLF) and SK Hynix in terms of price and technology. As Samsung and Sk Hynix have a cost advantage over Micron in the DRAM (dynamic random-access memory) market, they can offer DRAM at a lower price than Micron and still remain profitable. The second round of 10% tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports includes SSDs (solid-state drives) and printed circuit board assemblies that integrate DRAM (dynamic random-access memory) modules to electronics devices.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    GRAPHIC-Deepening bear market sees $1 trln wiped off emerging equities since 2018 peak

    A selloff in global stocks tore like a wrecking ball through emerging equities on Thursday with the key index flirting with its biggest daily tumble since the surprise Brexit vote stunned markets in June 2016. The emerging benchmark is now falling deeper into bear market territory - defined as peak-to-trough losses of more than 20 percent - after first cracking that milestone in August. Translating this into the index's market cap, the MSCI benchmark has lost some $1.1 trillion or more than 18 percent of its value - more than double the drop in value global stocks have suffered.

  • InvestorPlace9 days ago

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  • India to raise import tariffs on electronic and communication items
    Reuters10 days ago

    India to raise import tariffs on electronic and communication items

    NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - India said on Thursday it will raise import tariffs on several electronic items and communication devices, in another move to rein in imports and bolster a falling rupee. The tariff hike, the second such move by India in a two week span, was announced late on Thursday by New Delhi as it attempts to raise import barriers to curtail the import of goods it deems as "non-essential" items. The latest set of increased tariffs could ratchet up trade tensions with the United States and China, among other countries and hurt the likes of network equipment makers such as Cisco Systems Inc, Huawei Technologies Co, ZTE Corp, Ericsson, Nokia and Samsung Electronics.

  • Pandora Highlights the Wisdom behind Its AdsWizz Purchase
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    Pandora Highlights the Wisdom behind Its AdsWizz Purchase

    Pandora (P) has recently inked a deal to handle US advertising sales for music-sharing service SoundCloud. The agreement highlights the wisdom behind Pandora’s decision to buy AdsWizz, a leading global provider of audio advertising solutions. Pandora paid $145 million for AdsWizz in a transaction that closed in May.

  • Deepening bear market sees $1 trillion wiped off emerging equities since 2018 peak
    Reuters10 days ago

    Deepening bear market sees $1 trillion wiped off emerging equities since 2018 peak

    A selloff in global stocks tore like a wrecking ball through emerging equities on Thursday with the key index flirting with its biggest daily tumble since the surprise Brexit vote stunned markets in June 2016. The emerging benchmark is now falling deeper into bear market territory - defined as peak-to-trough losses of more than 20 percent - after first cracking that milestone in August. Translating this into the index's market cap, the MSCI benchmark has lost some $1.1 trillion or more than 18 percent of its value - more than double the drop in value global stocks have suffered.

  • How Samsung’s Patent Fight with MPEG LA Ended
    Market Realist10 days ago

    How Samsung’s Patent Fight with MPEG LA Ended

    Samsung (SSNLF) will not need to pay $115 million for terminating patent contracts with patent group MPEG LA. MPEG LA manages a pool of patents, including patents used in television sets. It entered into some contracts with Samsung that Samsung later decided to end.

  • US–China Tariffs Could Hurt US Companies and Consumers
    Market Realist10 days ago

    US–China Tariffs Could Hurt US Companies and Consumers

    In theory, tariffs are used to make imported goods costlier than domestic goods in order to encourage consumers to buy domestic goods. The United States imposed tariffs on Chinese (FXI) goods to make American goods cheaper and promote local business. The cheap Chinese labor encouraged most US tech firms to outsource the manufacturing or assembly of their products to China and then import the finished goods to the United States.

  • Ericsson Wins Network Contract from Celcom
    Market Realist10 days ago

    Ericsson Wins Network Contract from Celcom

    Ericsson (ERIC) has won a contract to expand and upgrade the 4G (fourth-generation) network of Celcom, Malaysia’s leading data network provider. Celcom has seen a surge in demand for its data services and has turned to Ericsson to help strengthen its network to keep up with that demand. The rise of e-commerce, online banking, and online video services is driving Internet data demand in Malaysia, with the government estimating the country’s Internet penetration to be 85.7% at the end of 2017.

  • Samsung launches A9 smartphone with four cameras for the 'Instagram generation'
    The Telegraph10 days ago

    Samsung launches A9 smartphone with four cameras for the 'Instagram generation'

    Samsung has announced its new Galaxy A9 smartphone, which the company says is the first smartphone to include four rear cameras.