BC94.L - Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
951.00
+18.00 (+1.93%)
At close: 4:29PM GMT
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Previous Close933.00
Open933.03
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range933.03 - 953.00
52 Week Range933.03 - 120,400.00
Volume4,021
Avg. Volume38,686
Market Cap258.427B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.74
PE Ratio (TTM)6.09
EPS (TTM)156.05
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est1,753.00
  • Samsung's foldable phone is coming soon
    CNET9 days ago

    Samsung's foldable phone is coming soon

    Samsung Director of Product Strategy and Marketing Suzanne De Silva gives us more details about Samsung's future foldable phone.

  • Samsung SVP talks design, functionality for new Notebook 9? Pro
    CNET9 days ago

    Samsung SVP talks design, functionality for new Notebook 9? Pro

    At CES 2019, Samsung's Alanna Cotton shows off the company's new Notebook 9 Pro and what makes it different from previous designs.

  • TheStreet.comyesterday

    Taiwan Semiconductor Sales Forecast Hammers Chipmakers as Apple Warning Ripples

    , an Anglo-German chipmaker listed in Frankfurt whose power-management chip technology was recently licensed to Apple in a 600 million deal, fell 1% to €22.18 each. , which designs facial recognition sensors thought to be used in Apple's iPhones, fel 4.61% to €23.60 each while Apple shares were marked 0.77% lower to $153.74 each in New York. Apple's shock sales warning earlier this month, which it pegged to slowing demand in China, was echoed by its main rival Samsung, which said fourth quarter profits would likely come in at around 10.8 trillion Korean won ($9.67 billion), well shy of the market consensus of 13.2 trillion won, with sales falling 11% to 59 trillion won.

  • Huawei founder says company would not share user secrets
    Associated Press3 days ago

    Huawei founder says company would not share user secrets

    SHENZHEN, China (AP) — The founder of China's Huawei, the world's biggest supplier of network gear to phone and internet companies, says his company would not share secrets about its customers and their communication networks.

  • Samsung Gets Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place
    Motley Fool3 days ago

    Samsung Gets Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place

    But the stock could be close to a cyclical bottom.

  • Samsung's new Galaxy M smartphones will launch in India first
    TechCrunch5 days ago

    Samsung's new Galaxy M smartphones will launch in India first

    Samsung will launch its new lower-priced Galaxy M series in India before the smartphones roll out globally. Asim Warsi, senior vice president of Samsung India’s smartphone business, told Reuters that three devices will be available through its website and Amazon India at the end of January and are intended to help the company double online sales. Samsung is currently trying to recover its lead in India, the world’s second-largest smartphone market behind China, after losing it to Xiaomi at the end of 2017, when Xiaomi’s sales in India overtook Samsung for the first time, according to data from both Canalys and Counterpoint.

  • Samsung Targets Indian Millennials With Cheaper Smartphones
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    Samsung Targets Indian Millennials With Cheaper Smartphones

    The three M series devices, all priced below 20,000 rupees ($283) apiece, will launch on February 5 on the Samsung India online store as well as Amazon India, the South Korean manufacturer said. “It’s aimed squarely and entirely at millennials who form a third of India’s 1.3 billion population and comprise half of the country’s online shoppers,” said Asim Warsi, senior vice president at Samsung India.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Samsung to launch India-first smartphones to counter Chinese rivals

    Samsung plans to launch a budget smartphone series in India ahead of a global release, aiming to regain ground ceded to Chinese rivals such as Xiaomi in the world's second-biggest mobile phone market. The South Korean company's Indian market share by shipments has lagged Xiaomi's in two of the three 2018 quarters for which data is available, according to technology researcher Counterpoint. The three new M-series phones, which Samsung plans to sell only through its website and Amazon.com's (AMZN.O) Indian operation, will help the company to double online sales, the head of Samsung's Indian mobile business told Reuters.

  • Samsung to launch India-first smartphones to counter Chinese rivals
    Reuters5 days ago

    Samsung to launch India-first smartphones to counter Chinese rivals

    Samsung plans to launch a budget smartphone series in India ahead of a global release, aiming to regain ground ceded to Chinese rivals such as Xiaomi in the world's second-biggest mobile phone market. The South Korean company's Indian market share by shipments has lagged Xiaomi's in two of the three 2018 quarters for which data is available, according to technology researcher Counterpoint. The three new M-series phones, which Samsung plans to sell only through its website and Amazon.com's (AMZN.O) Indian operation, will help the company to double online sales, the head of Samsung's Indian mobile business told Reuters.

  • Samsung Follows Apple's Lead in Issuing Bad Quarterly Guidance
    Motley Fool6 days ago

    Samsung Follows Apple's Lead in Issuing Bad Quarterly Guidance

    South Korea’s largest company is getting hammered on two fronts.

  • Barrons.com7 days ago

    What I Saw at the Consumer Electronics Show

    Smart homes and AI spoke to the future. But Delta’s biometric ID is happening now. And then there’s this year’s report on driverless cars.

  • The Wall Street Journal7 days ago

    Samsung Faces Resistance From Big Pharma in the U.S.

    Samsung’s foray into the U.S. biologic-drug market is proving tougher than expected in the face of strong resistance from established pharmaceutical companies. Christopher Ko, the chief executive of the South Korean conglomerate’s drug-development arm, said in an interview that its biosimilars, or cheaper versions of branded biologic drugs, have faced an uphill climb unseating incumbents in the U.S., even though those companies’ main patents are expiring. Branded makers of biologic drugs have succeeded in holding off new entrants such as Samsung Bioepis Co. by signing exclusive contracts and offering rebates to insurers, health-care providers and other payers, said Mr. Ko.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Apple considered Samsung, MediaTek to supply 5G modems for 2019 iPhones

    Between 2011 and 2016, Apple relied on San Diego-based Qualcomm as the sole supplier of such chips, which help iPhones connect to wireless networks. Starting in 2016, Apple split the business between Intel and Qualcomm, but in 2018, Apple moved solely to Intel for its newest phones.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Apple considered Samsung, MediaTek to supply 5G modems for 2019 iPhones

    Apple Inc held talks with Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and MediaTek Inc along with existing vendor Intel Corp to supply 5G modem chips for 2019 iPhones, according to an Apple executive's testimony at a trial between Qualcomm Inc and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission on Friday. Between 2011 and 2016, Apple relied on San Diego-based Qualcomm as the sole supplier of such chips, which help iPhones connect to wireless networks.

  • Apple considered Samsung, MediaTek to supply 5G modems for 2019 iPhones
    Reuters7 days ago

    Apple considered Samsung, MediaTek to supply 5G modems for 2019 iPhones

    Between 2011 and 2016, Apple relied on San Diego-based Qualcomm as the sole supplier of such chips, which help iPhones connect to wireless networks. Starting in 2016, Apple split the business between Intel and Qualcomm, but in 2018, Apple moved solely to Intel for its newest phones.

  • Taking a stroll with Samsung’s robotic exoskeleton
    TechCrunch8 days ago

    Taking a stroll with Samsung’s robotic exoskeleton

    Samsung’s look-but-don’t-touch policy left many wondering precisely how committed the company is to its new robots. On the other hand, the company was more than happy to let me take the GEMS (Gait Enhancing and Motivation System) out for a spin. Samsung’s far from the first to tackle the market, of course.

  • Is Samsung getting serious about robotics?
    TechCrunch8 days ago

    Is Samsung getting serious about robotics?

    After the PC news, 8K TVs and Bixby-sporting washing machines, the company announced “one more thing,” handing over a few brief moments to announce a robotics division, three new consumer and retail robots and a wearable exoskeleton. Within the broader context of a press conference, it’s often difficult to determine where the hype ends and the serious commitment to a new category begins. This goes double for a company like Samsung, which has been taking extra care in recent months to demonstrate its commitment to the future, as the mobile industry undergoes its first major slowdown since the birth of the smartphone.

  • Here's Why Samsung's Guidance Disappointed
    Motley Fool8 days ago

    Here's Why Samsung's Guidance Disappointed

    Things are going south for the consumer electronics giant.

  • The Wall Street Journal8 days ago

    [$$] Samsung to Show Off Its New Foldable Phone in February

    SEOUL—Samsung Electronics Co. plans to unveil its 10th anniversary flagship phone lineup and show a fully functional foldable-screen handset at Feb. 20 events in San Francisco and London, according to people familiar with the matter. Samsung, the world’s largest smartphone maker, had in previous years launched its new Galaxy S phones at a Barcelona mobile trade show in late February. Samsung is preparing a major technical upgrade for the 10th anniversary Galaxy S10 phone lineup, adding bigger screens and more cameras, The Wall Street Journal reported in November.

  • CNBC8 days ago

    Samsung is expected to announce its first 5G and foldable phones at an event on February 20

    Samsung announced it will hold an event on February 20, where it's expected to unveil its next flagship phone, the Galaxy S10. Samsung reportedly moved up its launch date to preempt Huawei's launch of foldable devices. Samsung said Thursday it will hold an event on Feb. 20 in San Francisco where it's expected to unveil its next flagship phone, the Galaxy S10.

  • PCs Have a Lesson for the Smartphone Industry
    Bloomberg8 days ago

    PCs Have a Lesson for the Smartphone Industry

    Both Apple and Samsung blamed weak smartphone sales for recent disappointing revenue, at least in part. The smartphone market has entered a phase that the personal-computer industry hit several years ago: Devices are useful and good enough that people are buying replacements less often, which pinches sales of new devices. In the 12 months ended Sept. 30, shipments were about 260 million.(1) (The smartphone market is multiple times larger than PCs were even at their peak.

  • PCs Have a Lesson for the Smartphone Industry
    Bloomberg8 days ago

    PCs Have a Lesson for the Smartphone Industry

    Both Apple and Samsung blamed weak smartphone sales for recent disappointing revenue, at least in part. The smartphone market has entered a phase that the personal-computer industry hit several years ago: Devices are useful and good enough that people are buying replacements less often, which pinches sales of new devices. In the 12 months ended Sept. 30, shipments were about 260 million.(1) (The smartphone market is multiple times larger than PCs were even at their peak.

  • Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S10 February 20 in San Francisco
    TechCrunch8 days ago

    Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S10 February 20 in San Francisco

    CES has never been much of a mobile show for Samsung — not with Mobile World Congress a little over a month away. In fact, the handset will actually make its debut a week before Barcelona's big mobile show at a standalone Unpacked event in San Francisco. As the invite notes, this is the 10th anniversary of the Galaxy line.

  • Samsung's Galaxy Home is here at CES, and you can (sort of) talk to it
    Engadget9 days ago

    Samsung's Galaxy Home is here at CES, and you can (sort of) talk to it

    When Samsung revealed its oddly shaped, Bixby-powered Galaxy Home last year, many of expected the company to launch it immediately. It's been five months since then, and Samsung still refuses to discuss when its first smart speaker will go on sale, or how much it'll cost when it does. Hell, even though Samsung has trotted out the speaker a few times since that day in Brooklyn, it generally hasn't let members of the public actually talk to it.

  • Bloomberg9 days ago

    U.S. Paints Qualcomm Ex-Licensing Chief as Monopoly Enforcer

    The Federal Trade Commission, with the assistance of Huawei Technologies Co., Samsung Electronics Co. and Motorola, repeatedly points to Reifschneider’s alleged threats while he worked for Qualcomm to cut off chip supply as evidence of anti-competitive practices. Although Reifschneider won’t set foot in the San Jose, California, federal courthouse for this trial, his name is invoked almost hourly. Reifschneider was Qualcomm’s general manager of technology licensing for four years until June 2016, preceded by years as the company’s outside counsel.