096775.KS - SK Innovation Co., Ltd.

KSE - KSE Delayed Price. Currency in KRW
121,000.00
+2,500.00 (+2.11%)
At close: 3:30PM KST
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Previous Close118,500.00
Open121,500.00
Bid120,000.00 x 0
Ask121,000.00 x 0
Day's Range120,000.00 - 123,500.00
52 Week Range109,000.00 - 140,500.00
Volume7,613
Avg. Volume4,304
Market Cap15.328T
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.29
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield8,050.00 (6.79%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-06-27
1y Target EstN/A
  • SK Innovation fuels LG Chem feud with EV battery patent lawsuit
    Reuters

    SK Innovation fuels LG Chem feud with EV battery patent lawsuit

    A feud between two South Korean battery makers escalated on Friday as SK Innovation Co Ltd said it plans to sue bigger rival LG Chem Ltd in the United States over alleged patent infringement related to electric vehicles (EV). The proposed new lawsuit by SK Innovation drew a swift denunciation from LG Chem, which called the action "groundless" and said it would seek compensation. The two companies have been at loggerheads since LG Chem sued SK in the United States in April for alleged theft of trade secrets by hiring former LG Chem employees.

  • Reuters

    South Korea stops Iranian oil imports in May as sanction waivers end

    South Korea halted all imports of Iranian oil in May, customs data showed on Saturday, as waivers on U.S. sanctions against Iran ended at the start of last month. The world's fifth-largest crude oil importer was among countries granted six-month waivers by the United States in November last year, and resumed Iranian oil imports from January this year after a four-month hiatus. SK Innovation, the owner of South Korea's top refiner SK Energy and petrochemical maker SK Incheon Petrochem, said in late May that it has been replacing Iranian condensate with crude oil from other sources, including Qatar and Russia.

  • VW to Rework $56 Billion Battery Push on Samsung Deal Risk
    Bloomberg

    VW to Rework $56 Billion Battery Push on Samsung Deal Risk

    Samsung initially agreed to deliver batteries for just over 20 gigawatt hours, enough to power 200,000 cars with 100 kilowatt hour packs, before different views on production volume and schedule emerged during detailed negotiations, said the people, who asked not to be identified as the talks are confidential. The impasse cut pledged supplies to less than 5 gigawatt hours, they said. Access to vast amounts of batteries to power a growing number of electric vehicles has emerged as a new battleground for global automakers amid capacity constraints, supply bottlenecks and limited access to raw materials.

  • Reuters

    Asia oil refiners mull run cuts after margins hit lowest for season since 2003 - sources, data

    Asia's oil refiners are considering reducing output after margins slumped to their lowest for the season since 2003, according to industry sources and Refinitiv data. Companies that planned to trim output include SK Energy, a unit of SK Innovation, the Singapore Refinery Company (SRC), owned by PetroChina and Chevron Corp, four people familiar with the matter said. In China, independent refiners known as 'teapots', which account for about a fifth of the country's crude imports, operated at below 50% of capacity on average in April through May, versus 64% in the first quarter, said Zang Wengang, an analyst with Sublime Information Co.

  • EV battery maker LG Chem sues SK Innovation, alleges trade secret theft
    Reuters

    EV battery maker LG Chem sues SK Innovation, alleges trade secret theft

    SEOUL (Reuters) - Electric vehicle (EV) battery maker LG Chem said it has sued its South Korean peer SK Innovation in the United States for alleged theft of trade secrets. LG Chem and its American unit ...

  • Reuters

    No stone unturned: South Korea to sweep world for Iran oil replacement

    SEOUL/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - South Korea will likely return to a familiar game plan to replace Iranian oil it will no longer have access to after May now that the United States intends to tighten sanctions on Iranian exports. South Korea is the biggest buyer of Iranian condensate, an ultra-light oil prized by the country's refiners as a raw material for petrochemicals manufacturing. SK Incheon Petrochem Co Ltd, Hyundai Oilbank Corp and Hanwha Total Petrochemical are set to once again scan the world for alternative, but more expensive, condensate supplies and snap up heavy naphtha oil products for their processing units, known as splitters, industry sources and analysts said.

  • Volkswagen pushes battery partners to build Gigafactories
    Reuters

    Volkswagen pushes battery partners to build Gigafactories

    SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Volkswagen is pushing its joint venture partners including SK Innovation (SKI) to build electric car battery plants which have at least one Gigawatt manufacturing capacity, Chief Executive ...

  • Reuters

    Exclusive: SK Innovation in talks to set up EV battery JVs with Volkswagen, China partners

    SK Innovation Co Ltd is in talks to set up separate battery-making joint ventures with Volkswagen AG and Chinese partners, as the South Korean petrochemicals producer aggressively expands its involvement in electric vehicles (EVs). The company confirmed talks with Germany's Volkswagen for the first time, telling Reuters the pair were discussing building a factory together. It also said it was on the cusp of agreeing to build a plant in China with undisclosed partners.

  • Reuters

    South Korea's SK Innovation bets on Europe, China electric vehicle demand

    South Korea's SK Innovation , a supplier of electric vehicle (EV) batteries to Daimler (DAIGn.DE) and Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE), aims to boost production capacity more than tenfold by 2022, betting on global demand. The company expects the battery business to break even in 2020, a senior manager said at a news conference on Wednesday at the company's plant in Seosan, a three-hour drive from Seoul. The outlook comes days after Mercedes maker Daimler said it would buy battery cells worth more than 20 billion euros ($23 billion) by 2030 as it readies mass production of hybrid and electric vehicles.

  • Causeway International Value Fund Picks Up 5 Stocks in 3rd Quarter
    GuruFocus.com

    Causeway International Value Fund Picks Up 5 Stocks in 3rd Quarter

    The Causeway International Value (Trades, Portfolio) Fund disclosed this week it established five new positions during the third quarter. Warning! GuruFocus has detected 3 Warning Signs with FII. Managed by Sarah Ketterer (Trades, Portfolio)'s Los Angeles-based firm, the fund invests in foreign companies with market caps that exceed $1 billion in order to achieve long-term capital growth.

  • Reuters

    South Korea's SK Innovation to build its first U.S. EV battery plant

    South Korea's SK Innovation said on Monday it will spend 1.14 trillion won ($1.01 billion) to build its first electric vehicle (EV) battery plant in the United States to better compete in the global EV battery market. SK Innovation will begin construction in the southeast U.S. state of Georgia in early 2019, with production targeted for 2022, the company said in a statement. Last month, SK Innovation said it was considering building an EV battery plant in the United States to win customers in one of the world's top markets for electric vehicles.

  • Reuters

    Three S.Korean firms to plead guilty to rigging price of U.S. military base fuel: Justice Dept

    Three South Korean companies will plead guilty to criminal charges and pay $236 million for their role in a conspiracy to fix the price of fuel sold to U.S. military bases in South Korea, the Justice Department said on Wednesday. The settlement was part of a larger investigation involving other companies, the head of the Justice Department's antitrust division, Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim, told reporters.

  • Reuters

    Three S.Korean firms to plead guilty to rigging price of U.S. military base fuel -Justice Dept

    Three South Korean companies will plead guilty to criminal charges and pay $236 million for their role in a conspiracy to fix the price of fuel sold to U.S. military bases in South Korea, the Justice Department said on Wednesday. The settlement was part of a larger investigation involving other companies, the head of the Justice Department's antitrust division, Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim, told reporters.

  • Reuters

    Factbox: Plans for electric vehicle battery production in Europe

    The Swedish company, headed by a former Tesla (TSLA.O) executive, aims to build Europe's biggest lithium-ion battery factory, producing 32 gigawatt hours (GWh) of battery cells a year by 2023, rivaling Tesla's U.S. "gigafactory". It has partnered with German carmaker BMW (BMWG.DE) ahead of plans to raise 1.5 billion euros in debt and equity to build an initial 8 GWh of capacity and has asked for a 400 million euro loan from the European Investment Bank.

  • Reuters

    VW in talks with Waymo about mobility services partnership - Manager Magazin

    Volkswagen plans a multi-billion euros investment to produce battery cells with South Korea's SK Innovation and is exploring a European partnership in the area of mobility services with Waymo, Manager Magazin said. Volkswagen Chief Executive Herbert Diess wants to spend 12 billion euros ($13.70 billion) for a 10 percent stake in Waymo, the robotaxi company owned by Alphabet but Diess lacks the backing from the supervisory board to spend such an amount, Manager Magazin said.