BC94.L - Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
1,052.00
-8.00 (-0.75%)
At close: 4:27PM BST
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Previous Close1,060.00
Open1,057.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range1,045.00 - 1,057.00
52 Week Range1,045.00 - 129,200.00
Volume490
Avg. Volume38,686
Market Cap280.998B
Beta0.70
PE Ratio (TTM)7.04
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Samsung makes it easier to avoid Bixby on the Note 9
    Engadget2 days ago

    Samsung makes it easier to avoid Bixby on the Note 9

    Samsung's Bixby isn't exactly the most popular voice assistant, which is why some Galaxy Note 9 owners have been frustrated by the inclusion of a Bixby button on their handset. One tap would bring up the voice assistant, often by accident, and there was no way to disable it. Now, according to Android Authority, the new Note 9 software, which rolls out today, gives users the option to launch Bixby with a double tap, rather than a single tap.

  • NY court overturns $115 million patent judgment against Samsung
    Reuters3 days ago

    NY court overturns $115 million patent judgment against Samsung

    In 2015, MPEG LA, a group that owns a pool of patents used in television sets, sued Samsung on allegations that the electronics maker had improperly terminated contracts with the group. MPEG LA won a $115 million judgment against Samsung in January.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    NY court overturns $115 mln patent judgment against Samsung

    The New York State Court of Appeals on Thursday overturned a $115 million judgment against Samsung Electronics Co Ltd over television patents. In 2015, MPEG LA, a group that owns a pool of patents used ...

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Samsung plans to lower memory chip growth as demand slowdown looms: Bloomberg

    The world's biggest producer of NAND and DRAM chips expects bit growth of less than 20 percent for dynamic random access memory (DRAM) and a 30 percent rise for NAND flash, Bloomberg said. Bit growth refers to the amount of memory produced and is important for measuring demand. Samsung, which along with SK Hynix and Micron Technology dominate the supply of DRAM and NAND flash memory chips, said earlier this year it expected increases of 20 percent for DRAM and 40 percent for NAND in 2018.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Samsung plans to lower memory chip growth as demand slowdown looms - Bbg

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is planning to curb growth in memory chip output next year to keep supplies tight amid an expected slowdown in demand, Bloomberg reported on Thursday, citing people briefed on the matter. The world's biggest producer of NAND and DRAM chips expects bit growth of less than 20 percent for dynamic random access memory (DRAM) and a 30 percent rise for NAND flash, Bloomberg said. Samsung, which along with SK Hynix and Micron Technology dominate the supply of DRAM and NAND flash memory chips, said earlier this year it expected increases of 20 percent for DRAM and 40 percent for NAND in 2018.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    US STOCKS-Dow, S&P touch record highs on relief from trade concerns

    The Dow and the S&P 500 hit record highs on Thursday, clearing away investors' immediate concerns over trade at the start of this week and leaving Wall Street free to return to a rally that now dates back a decade. Nine of the 11 major S&P sectors were higher, and the Dow Industrials, which had lagged the Nasdaq and the S&P, quickly moved back into record territory in morning trade.

  • MarketWatch3 days ago

    Micron stock gains ahead of crucial earnings report

    Shares of Micron Technology Inc. are up 4.3% in Thursday morning trading, ahead of the company's crucial fiscal fourth-quarter earnings report. Micron will deliver results after market close, following weeks of speculation as to the state of memory pricing and demand. Analysts disagree on what to expect from Micron in regards to the latest quarter, as one analyst has called sentiment "dreadful" and another has said that there's room for considerable upside. Mizuho's Vijay Rakesh wrote early Thursday that he expects "a solid quarter" and forecast. He thinks that Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. is being "very disciplined in DRAM and NAND." The options straddle suggests that traders are ready for a big Micron stock move either way following the results. The stock is up 30% over the past 12 months, as the S&P 500 has gained 17%.

  • Bloomberg3 days ago

    Samsung Is Planning to Lower Chip Growth to Maintain Prices

    Samsung Electronics Co. is planning to curtail growth in memory chip output next year to keep supplies tight amid an expected slowing in demand, according to people briefed on the matter. Samsung now expects bit growth of less than 20 percent for dynamic random access memory and a rise of 30 percent for NAND flash, the people said. Samsung said earlier this year it expected increases of 20 percent for DRAM and 40 percent for NAND in 2018.

  • CNBC3 days ago

    Samsung launches its first triple camera smartphone in a shift to its mid-end strategy

    Samsung launched the Galaxy A7 on Thursday, the first smartphone in its portfolio that sports a triple camera. Samsung mobile CEO DJ Koh previously told CNBC that the company plans to pack more tech into its mid-tier phones. The Galaxy A7 is the first device as part of that strategy shift.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Two Samsung units to sell group firm's shares, as South Korea curbs cross-ownerships

    Two Samsung Group affiliates said on Thursday they are selling their entire stakes worth a combined $867 million in Samsung C&T Corp, as South Korea's biggest conglomerate faces government pressure to unwind group cross-shareholdings. The moves follow a similar stake sale in Samsung C&T, the group's de facto holding company, by another Samsung affiliate earlier this year, as the government forces big business groups to improve opaque ownership structures. Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance said in a regulatory filing that the sale of 2.6 million shares in C&T was to improve its asset management.

  • Samsung's mid-range Galaxy A7 has a triple camera setup
    Engadget3 days ago

    Samsung's mid-range Galaxy A7 has a triple camera setup

    Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy A7 with three cameras at the rear: an 8-megapixel model with an ultra-wide 120 degree lens, a 24-megapixel main camera, and a "depth" lens to give you out-of-focus bokeh effects. The cameras use Samsung's Intelligent Scene Optimizer, which figures out what you're shooting and adjusts the contrast, brightness and color to optimize image quality. The front camera is no slouch either, as it packs 24-megapixel resolution, an adjustable LED flash and the "Selfie Focus" effect that brings bokeh to your self-portraits.

  • Samsung Tug of War
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Samsung Tug of War

    Samsung shares are in the middle of a tug of war with almost $7B worth sold by institutional investors this year, but when it comes to the local individual investor, their proving to be the staunchest ...

  • Bloomberg4 days ago

    Foreign, Korean Investors Duke It Out Over Samsung Electronics

    The shares of South Korea’s most-valuable company are in a tug of war. South Korea’s individual investors are emerging as staunch defenders of Samsung Electronics Co. against bearish institutional Korean firms and foreign sellers as the tech giant faces an uncertain outlook. Overseas stock pickers and South Korean institutions have sold almost a combined $7 billion net worth of Samsung stock this year, just as domestic individuals have bought $6.2 billion in the electronics giant, according to flow data compiled by Bloomberg from Korea Exchange.

  • Samsung Back in Favor as Moon Tries to Kick-Start Korean Economy
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    Samsung Back in Favor as Moon Tries to Kick-Start Korean Economy

    In a meeting that was unthinkable 19 months ago, South Korea’s president will this week introduce the head of the country’s biggest conglomerate to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang. The parley caps a remarkable period for Jay Y. Lee, vice chairman of Samsung Electronics Co., who since the start of 2017 has been arrested, tried and jailed before being released a year later. Meanwhile, President Moon Jae-in is finding his political fortunes tied to the company and South Korea’s other conglomerates amid a sputtering economy, even though he swept to an election victory promising to rein in the power of the chaebol.

  • Bloomberg7 days ago

    Samsung Chief Lee to Visit North Korea for Moon-Kim Summit

    Jay Y. Lee, vice chairman of Samsung Electronics Co., will join President Moon Jae-in’s delegation to Pyongyang this week in a further sign of thawing relations between the South Korean government and its biggest company. Lee is among 17 business leaders accompanying Moon to a summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, according to a statement from the president’s office. SK Chairman Chey Tae-won and the head of LG Corp., Koo Kwang-mo, will also join the delegation.

  • Engadget9 days ago

    Samsung teases October 11th Galaxy event with ‘4x fun’

    Samsung has released invitations for an October 11th event that teases a new Galaxy device and the cryptic message "4x fun," CNET reports. Samsung Mobile CEO DJ Koh said earlier this month that it was "time to deliver" on the company's long-awaited foldable smartphone, but he mentioned it could be unveiled -- emphasis on could -- at the Samsung Developer Conference in November. Leaker Ice Universe tweeted last week, "Samsung Camera Camera Camera Camera," later noting all four would be on the back.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    LG Display picked as second OLED supplier for iPhones - Electronic Times

    South Korea's LG Display has been chosen as a second supplier for organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screens for Apple's iPhones, the Electronic Times reported on Friday. Samsung Display, a unit of Samsung Electronics, was the sole supplier of OLED displays for Apple.

  • Bloomberg11 days ago

    How the iPhone Xs Max Compares to Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9

    Apple Inc. introduced the world to its largest-ever smartphone Wednesday, the iPhone Xs Max. With a 6.5-inch screen, it dwarfs the 3.5-inch display on the original iPhone that Steve Jobs unveiled to the world in 2007. Onlookers will be forgiven for seeing the Max as a response to the popular Galaxy Note series made by Samsung Electronics Co. The latest in that line, the Galaxy Note 9, was released in August and has a 6.4-inch screen. Samsung’s Note 9 is the lighter of the two phones, weighing 201 grams compared to Apple’s 208 grams.

  • The Wall Street Journal11 days ago

    [$$] Behind Samsung’s Big Bet on 5G

    SEOUL—Samsung Electronics Co.’s vision for next-generation 5G technology includes a crackdown on jaywalking. At its Suwon, South Korea, headquarters, Samsung has built a “5G City” to demonstrate how the new wireless technology might be used to create smarter, safer cities. There, a busy intersection outfitted with the company’s network equipment, along with 10 video cameras and sensors, allows for real-time monitoring of the weather, traffic and even pedestrians.

  • Google gets more RCS messaging support from Samsung
    TechCrunch11 days ago

    Google gets more RCS messaging support from Samsung

    Google has secured a bit more buy in from Samsung for a next generation text messaging standard it's long been promoting. The Android OS maker's hope for Rich Communication Services (RCS), which upgrades what SMS can offer to support richer comms and content swapping, can provide its fragmented Android ecosystem with a way to offer comparably rich native messaging -- a la Apple's iMessage on iOS.

  • Air Products Expands Gas Supply for Samsung's Giheung Site
    Zacks12 days ago

    Air Products Expands Gas Supply for Samsung's Giheung Site

    The investment reflects Air Product's (APD) commitment to serve strategic customers as well as the broader semiconductor and electronics industries.

  • Samsung doubles down in India, opens its biggest store world-wide
    Reuters12 days ago

    Samsung doubles down in India, opens its biggest store world-wide

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd opened its biggest mobile store in the world in India on Tuesday as it tries to take pole position in the world's second-biggest smartphone market amid fierce competition from Chinese brands. The South Korean tech giant's roughly 33,000 square foot (3,000 square metre) store in the southern tech hub of Bengaluru will help it extend its lead in India over global rival Apple Inc, which has yet to open any flagship stores in the country. India, which boasts more than a billion wireless connections, presents a lucrative opportunity for smartphone makers to expand beyond China and the United States where growth has slowed.

  • Samsung launches an LTE-enabled Tile competitor
    TechCrunch13 days ago

    Samsung launches an LTE-enabled Tile competitor

    Samsung, naturally, would never be content to launch a regular old Tile competitor. While the basic foundation of the SmartThings Tracker is similar to what Tile and a number of other startups offer, Samsung’s packed all it can into the product. The addition of LTE-M, meanwhile, means things like lost keys, backpacks and other belongings can be found through a much broader range of settings than standard Bluetooth-enabled products.

  • Samsung's venture capital arm invests in Slack challenger
    The Telegraph13 days ago

    Samsung's venture capital arm invests in Slack challenger

    Samsung's venture capital arm invests in Slack challenger

  • Samsung doubles down in India to help spur growth
    Reuters Videos11 days ago

    Samsung doubles down in India to help spur growth

    Samsung has opened its biggest mobile store in the world in India, as it tries to take pole position in the world's fastest growing major market for phones. Michelle Hennessy reports.