BC94.L - Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
865.75
-28.25 (-3.16%)
As of 12:02PM GMT. Market open.
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Previous Close865.75
Open859.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range859.00 - 865.75
52 Week Range859.00 - 123,500.00
Volume303
Avg. Volume38,686
Market Cap230.083B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.74
PE Ratio (TTM)5.55
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • No Respite Seen for Korean Chip Giants as Analysts Slash Targets
    Bloomberg9 hours ago

    No Respite Seen for Korean Chip Giants as Analysts Slash Targets

    South Korea’s NH Investment & Securities reduced on Monday its target on SK Hynix Inc. by 15 percent to 85,000 won ($75.16), citing a worse-than-expected decline in prices of dynamic random-access memory, or DRAM. Eugene Investment also lowered its price target by 15 percent, noting that earnings momentum will be weak until the first half of next year. Operating profit at the Suwon-based behemoth will likely be 13.9 trillion won in the fourth quarter, NH Investment & Securities’ Doh Hyun-Woo wrote in a note last week, missing “significantly” his previous estimate.

  • No Respite Seen for Korean Chip Giants as Analysts Slash Targets
    Bloomberg9 hours ago

    No Respite Seen for Korean Chip Giants as Analysts Slash Targets

    South Korea’s NH Investment & Securities reduced on Monday its target on SK Hynix Inc. by 15 percent to 85,000 won ($75.16), citing a worse-than-expected decline in prices of dynamic random-access memory, or DRAM. Eugene Investment also lowered its price target by 15 percent, noting that earnings momentum will be weak until the first half of next year. Operating profit at the Suwon-based behemoth will likely be 13.9 trillion won in the fourth quarter, NH Investment & Securities’ Doh Hyun-Woo wrote in a note last week, missing “significantly” his previous estimate.

  • Executive's arrest, security worries stymie Huawei's reach
    Associated Pressyesterday

    Executive's arrest, security worries stymie Huawei's reach

    BEIJING (AP) — While a Huawei executive faces possible U.S. charges over trade with Iran, the Chinese tech giant's ambition to be a leader in next-generation telecoms is colliding with security worries abroad.

  • Pokémon Go Maker Is Seeking a $3.9 Billion Valuation
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Pokémon Go Maker Is Seeking a $3.9 Billion Valuation

    The San Francisco-based company is planning to raise at least $200 million in a round led by venture capital firm IVP, said the person, who asked not to be identified because the discussions are private. Samsung Electronics Co. and AXiomatic Gaming LLC are also expected to invest. A spokesman for Niantic declined to comment.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Samsung Downsizes China Operations With Factory Closure

    SEOUL—Samsung Electronics Co. plans to close a Chinese smartphone factory this month, as the South Korean technology giant shifts manufacturing to India and its sales flounder in China, the world’s largest handset market. Samsung will close its manufacturing facility in Tianjin, a northern port city near Beijing, by Dec. 31, a company spokesman said on Thursday. The retrenchment appears to be unrelated to efforts by the U.S. to convince its allies, including South Korea, to restrict their dealings with China in the technology sector amid a geopolitical feud involving Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies Co., a major competitor of Samsung’s.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    South Korean prosecutors raid Samsung BioLogics' office in accounting probe

    Samsung BioLogics Co Ltd's on Thursday said its head office has been raided by South Korean prosecutors as part of a criminal probe into alleged accounting fraud. The Financial Services Commission last month filed a complaint against the biotech arm of conglomerate Samsung Group, saying it intentionally breached accounting rules ahead of its 2016 listing. Samsung BioLogics denied wrongdoing and filed an administrative lawsuit against the regulator.

  • Oops. Samsung Retreats From ‘Fake' Supreme Streetwear Brand
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Oops. Samsung Retreats From ‘Fake' Supreme Streetwear Brand

    The Korean electronics giant -- regarded as one of the savviest marketers in technology -- provoked outrage across social media after announcing it was tying up with Supreme, the New York design house founded by James Jebbia and famed for its skateboarding and hip hop aesthetic. Turns out, the tie-up actually involved Supreme Italia -- a company the New York original has clashed with in court over copyright and accused of being a fake. Now, Samsung says it’s reassessing the alliance.

  • Huawei Troubles Spell Opportunity for Samsung as 5G Nears
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Huawei Troubles Spell Opportunity for Samsung as 5G Nears

    (Bloomberg) -- Growing security concerns surrounding Huawei Technologies Co. may help Samsung Electronics Co. challenge the Chinese behemoth in the market for fifth-generation wireless communications, an executive at the South Korean giant said.

  • Samsung's lightweight Notebook 9 Pen is aimed at creators
    Engadget5 days ago

    Samsung's lightweight Notebook 9 Pen is aimed at creators

    Last year at CES 2018, Samsung unveiled the Note 9 Pen, a lightweight 13.3-inch convertible aimed at artists and anyone else who needed decent power with as little weight as possible. The 9 Pen is still powered by an 8th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, but you can get the 15-inch version with 2GB NVIDIA GeForce MX150 discrete graphics. It's also got a "ThunderAmp" smart amp and "studio-quality sound from speakers tuned by AKG," Samsung said.

  • Samsung reconsiders its fake Supreme collaboration in China
    Engadget5 days ago

    Samsung reconsiders its fake Supreme collaboration in China

    Samsung caused controversy at the Chinese launch event of the Galaxy A8 earlier this week, when it announced it would be partnering with fashion brand Supreme for some kind of tech x streetwear collaboration (exactly what wasn't specified). The catch though, was that the partnership didn't involve the authentic New York Supreme label, but rather Supreme Italia -- a "legal fake" in Italy that manages to exist thanks to a bunch of intellectual property law loopholes. In a nutshell, Supreme NYC doesn't have the authorization to sell and market in China -- home to Samsung's biggest consumer base.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Samsung to shut mobile phone plant in China's Tianjin

    Samsung Electronics will cease operations at one of its mobile phone manufacturing plants in China, the company said, as its sales in the world's biggest smartphone market slumps amid rising competition from lower-cost local rivals. The South Korean company has seen its share of the Chinese market shrink to 1 percent in the first quarter of this year, losing out to home-grown brands like Huawei [HWT.UL], according to market research firm Counterpoint, which pegs Samsung's share of the pie at about 15 percent at mid-2013. "As part of ongoing efforts to enhance efficiency in our production facilities, Samsung Electronics has arrived at the difficult decision to cease operations of Tianjin Samsung Electronics Telecommunication," Samsung said in a statement, referring to the plant in northern Chinese city of Tianjin.

  • Samsung to shut mobile phone plant in China's Tianjin
    Reuters5 days ago

    Samsung to shut mobile phone plant in China's Tianjin

    Samsung Electronics will cease operations at one of its mobile phone manufacturing plants in China, the company said, as its sales in the world's biggest smartphone market slumps amid rising competition from lower-cost local rivals. The South Korean company has seen its share of the Chinese market shrink to 1 percent in the first quarter of this year, losing out to home-grown brands like Huawei, according to market research firm Counterpoint, which pegs Samsung's share of the pie at about 15 percent at mid-2013. "As part of ongoing efforts to enhance efficiency in our production facilities, Samsung Electronics has arrived at the difficult decision to cease operations of Tianjin Samsung Electronics Telecommunication," Samsung said in a statement, referring to the plant in northern Chinese city of Tianjin.

  • Samsung to suspend operations at China mobile phone plant
    Reuters5 days ago

    Samsung to suspend operations at China mobile phone plant

    Samsung Electronics will suspend operations at one of its mobile phone manufacturing plants in China, a company spokeswoman said on Wednesday. Amid slumping sales and rising labor costs in China in recent ...

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Samsung to suspend operations at China mobile phone plant

    SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics will suspend operations at one of its mobile phone manufacturing plants in China, a company spokeswoman said on Wednesday. Amid slumping sales and rising labor costs ...

  • Why Apple won’t overtake Microsoft and regain the title of the most valuable U.S. company
    MarketWatch6 days ago

    Why Apple won’t overtake Microsoft and regain the title of the most valuable U.S. company

    When Microsoft overtook Apple to become the U.S.’s most valuable company last month, most headlines just reported it as a moment in time — an ephemeral blip before things returned to normal and Apple once again reigned supreme. Rather, Microsoft stands an excellent chance of maintaining — and even growing — its lead. Because fundamentally, Microsoft’s business seems more sound, robust and diversified than Apple’s (AAPL) .

  • Move over notch, the hole-punch smartphone camera is coming
    TechCrunch6 days ago

    Move over notch, the hole-punch smartphone camera is coming

    First it was the notch, now the hole-punch has emerged as the latest tech for concealing selfie cameras whilst keeping our smartphones as free of bezel as possible to maximize the screen space. This week, Samsung and Huawei both unveiled new phones that dispense with the iconic 'notch' -- pioneered by Apple but popularized by everyone -- in favor of positioning in the camera in a small "Infinity-O" hole located on the top left side of the screen. Dubbed hole-punch, the approach is part of Samsung’s new Galaxy A8s and Huawei's View 20, which were unveiled hours apart on Tuesday.

  • Galaxy S10 leak reveals how Samsung will avoid the dreaded notch
    The Independent7 days ago

    Galaxy S10 leak reveals how Samsung will avoid the dreaded notch

    One year after mercilessly mocking Apple's decision to include a notch at the top of the iPhone X, Samsung appears to have come up with a way to avoid imitating the now-ubiquitous design. Since the launch of the iPhone X, several other leading smartphone manufacturers have followed Apple by introducing a screen notch in order to accommodate both a larger screen and front-facing technologies like cameras and sensors. With two cameras reportedly planned for the front of one variant of Samsung's forthcoming flagship phone – with a whopping six in total – a notch design could have made sense for the Galaxy S10, even if it meant reneging on the ridicule it heaped upon Apple in November 2017.

  • Samsung to develop real products with a fake Supreme
    Engadget7 days ago

    Samsung to develop real products with a fake Supreme

    The Chinese launch event for Samsung's Galaxy A8s had a little surprise for fashion-conscious locals, as the company announced that it was partnering with Supreme. Samsung China's Feng En even invited executives from the popular fashion brand on stage to talk about the marketing collaboration. Don't get too excited about a potential Samsung x Supreme smartphone, however, because there's a catch.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Samsung BioLogics shares to remain listed, resume trade on December 11

    South Korea's main stock exchange has decided Samsung BioLogics Co Ltd is qualified to continue trading on the exchange and that the company's shares will resume trading on Tuesday, the bourse said on Monday. "We concluded that there was no serious concern about the company's continuity regarding its business outlook, order backlogs and order plans, as the company's revenues and profitability were found to have improved," the Korea Exchange said in a statement. Samsung BioLogics said in a statement it would strengthen its internal control system and planned to prove the legitimacy of its accounting methods.

  • The Wall Street Journal10 days ago

    [$$] As Huawei Pushback Grows, Samsung Will Appoint New 5G Network Chief

    SEOUL—Samsung Electronics Co. is replacing the head of its unit that provides next-generation 5G equipment, according to people familiar with the matter, a shake-up atop a key business looking to rapidly grow sales as global pushback builds against market leader Huawei Technologies Co. Kim Young-ky, president of Samsung’s networks business, will step down and assume an adviser role at the company, the people said. A strong contender under consideration is Cheun Kyung-whoon, a networks executive vice president, who has worked on the company’s 5G research and development, the people said.

  • China demands Canada release executive of tech giant Huawei
    Associated Press11 days ago

    China demands Canada release executive of tech giant Huawei

    BEIJING (AP) — China on Thursday demanded that Canada release an executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei who was arrested in a case that compounds tensions with the U.S. and threatens to complicate trade talks.

  • Samsung caught using another DSLR photo to sell a phone camera
    Engadget13 days ago

    Samsung caught using another DSLR photo to sell a phone camera

    No, manufacturers still haven't stopped using DSLR photos to fake phone camera shots. Photographer Dunja Djudjic has discovered that Samsung Malaysia bought one of her DSLR self-portraits through Getty and used a heavily edited version of it to advertise the portrait mode on the Galaxy A8 Star. The image use is thankfully legal, but Samsung's marketing implies this is a real photo from the phone -- and it doesn't even reflect the original photo.

  • Samsung fakes test photo by using a stock DSLR image
    TechCrunch13 days ago

    Samsung fakes test photo by using a stock DSLR image

    Samsung's Malaysian arm has some explaining to do. The company, in an effort to show off the Galaxy A8 Star's amazing photo retouching abilities, used a cleverly-shot portrait, modified it, and then ostensibly passed it off as one taken by the A8. The trouble began when Serbian photographer Dunja Djudjic noticed someone had bought one of her photos from a service called EyeEm that supplies pictures to , a renowned photo reseller.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Samsung extends Olympics sponsorship to 2028 - IOC

    South Korea's Samsung has extended its sponsorship contract with the International Olympic Committee by eight years and will remain a top sponsor until the 2028 Los Angeles Games, the world governing body said on Tuesday. Samsung, who first signed up as a top sponsor with the IOC in 1998 and was a local sponsor at the 1988 Seoul Olympics as well, will support all Games up until and including the Los Angeles summer Olympics. "I am delighted that we will be building on two decades of partnership with Samsung for another 10 years," said IOC President Thomas Bach at the signing ceremony in Seoul.

  • TheStreet.com14 days ago

    Verizon and Samsung Announce 5G Plans - What Is Apple Waiting for?

    and Samsung Electronics Co. have partnered to make a 5G smartphone they plan to roll out in the first half of 2019. , which saw its stock rise 3.49% to $184.82 on Monday after getting a boost from the positive meeting over the weekend between Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping, won't roll out its 5G phone until 2020. Any concerns that may arise from a 5G delay from Apple were clearly offset by word that tariff duties on Apple devices coming into the U.S. from China won't get worse in the near future.