LGLG.F - LG Electronics Inc.

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
10.90
-0.20 (-1.80%)
As of 9:14AM CET. Market open.
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Previous Close11.10
Open10.90
Bid11.00 x 110000
Ask11.30 x 110000
Day's Range10.90 - 10.90
52 Week Range9.10 - 12.80
Volume300
Avg. Volume1,070
Market Cap9.174B
Beta (3Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)2.99
EPS (TTM)3.65
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.31 (2.87%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-12-28
1y Target EstN/A
  • Binance joins blockchain council backed by Kakao, LG Electronics
    Decrypt

    Binance joins blockchain council backed by Kakao, LG Electronics

    Binance joins LG and Kakao-backed blockchain Klatyn, affording it influence over the protocol’s development.

  • 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.

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  • Qualcomm Seeks Licensing Deals and 5G Market Growth
    Market Realist

    Qualcomm Seeks Licensing Deals and 5G Market Growth

    Qualcomm (QCOM) inked a new, five-year patent licensing deal with South Korea–based LG Electronics yesterday. Let's talk details.

  • Reuters

    PRESS DIGEST- Wall Street Journal - Aug 21

    The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. - Bayer AG is selling its animal-health business to American rival Elanco Animal Health Inc for $7.6 billion, part of the German drug-and-chemicals giant's plan to shed assets amid mounting legal liabilities from its Roundup herbicide. - Walmart Inc is suing Tesla Inc alleging that some of the company's solar panels sparked roof fires at several of the retailer's locations, adding to the problems the electric-car maker has had with its venture to power homes and stores.

  • LG Elec's 5G phones in doubt as chip deal with Qualcomm set to expire
    Reuters

    LG Elec's 5G phones in doubt as chip deal with Qualcomm set to expire

    Sales of LG Electronics Inc's new 5G smartphone looked uncertain on Wednesday after the firm said it was unable to narrow differences with Qualcomm Inc to renew a chip license deal that is due to expire this month. In a U.S. court filing late on Tuesday, the South Korean firm opposed Qualcomm's efforts to put a sweeping U.S. antitrust decision against it on hold, arguing setting the ruling aside could force it into signing another unfair deal. "If Qualcomm does not participate in negotiations with LGE in accordance with the Court’s Order, LGE will have no option but to conclude license and chipset supply agreements once again on Qualcomm's terms," LG's filing in the federal court in San Jose, California said.

  • LG Electronics, regulators oppose Qualcomm's effort to put antitrust ruling on hold
    Reuters

    LG Electronics, regulators oppose Qualcomm's effort to put antitrust ruling on hold

    The Korean company said that it is negotiating chip supply and patent license agreements with Qualcomm and could be forced into signing another unfair deal unless a federal judge's protections remain in place. The filing in federal court in San Jose, California, came shortly after the U.S. Federal Trade Commission also opposed Qualcomm's efforts, saying that it was in the public interest to let the antitrust ruling stand because an appeal could take years. Both filings stem from a May 21 decision by U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh that would drastically alter the business model of Qualcomm, which supplies modem chips to connect phones to mobile data networks but makes most of its profit through licensing patents.

  • Associated Press

    LG celebrates opening of first US washing machine plant

    CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — LG Electronics Inc. has officially unveiled its first washing machine plant in the United States.

  • LG developed its own AI chip to make its smart home products even smarter
    TechCrunch

    LG developed its own AI chip to make its smart home products even smarter

    As its once-strong mobile division continues to slide, LG is picking up its focus on emerging tech. The company has pushed automotive, and particularly its self-driving capabilities, and today it doubled down on its smart home play with the announcement of its own artificial intelligence (AI) chip. LG said the new chip includes its own neural engine that will improve the deep-learning algorithms used in its future smart home devices, which will include robot vacuum cleaners, washing machines, refrigerators and air conditioners.

  • LG Electronics to shut South Korea phone plant, move production to Vietnam
    Reuters

    LG Electronics to shut South Korea phone plant, move production to Vietnam

    LG Electronics Inc said on Thursday it would stop producing smartphones in South Korea and move manufacturing to Vietnam, joining global rivals in reorganising production as they battle a slump in global demand. The restructuring of its money-losing business comes as LG, once one of the world's top three mobile phone makers, has seen its global market share spiralling to less than 3 percent in the decade that smartphones came to dominate the mobile market. "I find its decision positive," said analyst John Park at Daishin Securities.

  • Reuters

    LG Elec to shut S.Korea phone plant, move production to Vietnam

    LG Electronics Inc said on Thursday it would stop producing smartphones in South Korea and move manufacturing to Vietnam, joining global rivals in reorganising production as they battle a slump in global demand. The restructuring of its money-losing business comes as LG, once one of the world's top three mobile phone makers, has seen its global market share spiralling to less than 3 percent in the decade that smartphones came to dominate the mobile market. "I find its decision positive," said analyst John Park at Daishin Securities.

  • Reuters

    LG Electronics to suspend mobile phones production in South Korea this year - Yonhap

    South Korea's LG Electronics plans to suspend manufacturing of its loss-making mobile phones in the country this year and shift the production to its existing plant in Vietnam, Yonhap News Agency said on Wednesday. Citing an unidentified source, Yonhap reported that LG decided to move its local handset production to Vietnam to help turn around the money-losing smartphones division. LG Electronics declined comment on the report.

  • LG Electronics to suspend mobile phones production in South Korea this year: Yonhap
    Reuters

    LG Electronics to suspend mobile phones production in South Korea this year: Yonhap

    South Korea's LG Electronics plans to suspend manufacturing of its loss-making mobile phones in the country this year and shift the production to its existing plant in Vietnam, Yonhap News Agency said on Wednesday. Citing an unidentified source, Yonhap reported that LG decided to move its local handset production to Vietnam to help turn around the money-losing smartphones division. LG Elec declined comment on the report.

  • LG Elec sees lower profit as mobile business stays in red, shares slip
    Reuters

    LG Elec sees lower profit as mobile business stays in red, shares slip

    LG Electronics Inc's operating profit likely fell by a smaller-than-expected 19 percent in the first quarter, even as losses in its mobile business and rising competition in the television segment pushed its revenue down to below consensus. Shares of the South Korean firm trimmed earlier gains after the news and turned down as much as 1.5 percent on Friday, in a broader market that was up 1.2 percent. The second-biggest TV set maker in the world, after Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, estimated an operating profit of 899.6 billion won ($792.77 million) for the January-March period, versus 1.1 trillion won a year earlier.

  • Reuters

    LG unveils dual-screen 5G smartphone and touts biometric breakthrough

    South Korea’s LG Electronics unveiled a 5G smartphone on Sunday with a dual screen, the latest handset maker to pitch a new design feature in an effort to revive flagging sales. LG, the world's No.7 smartphone maker, saw its sales decline by a quarter last year as Chinese rivals Huawei Technologies and Xiaomi grabbed market share in a slightly weaker global market. Both announced 5G phones in Barcelona on the eve of the Mobile World Congress, the telecoms industry's main annual get together, with Xiaomi pitching a $680 model and Huawei smashing the price ceiling with $2,600 folding phone.

  • LG Electronics' fourth quarter profit plunges as rivals crowd TV business
    Reuters

    LG Electronics' fourth quarter profit plunges as rivals crowd TV business

    SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's LG Electronics Inc posted its slowest quarterly profit growth in two years on Thursday citing higher marketing costs and tougher competition in the television business. ...

  • LG to Supply Gesture-Reading System for Mercedes-Benz, Sources Say
    Bloomberg

    LG to Supply Gesture-Reading System for Mercedes-Benz, Sources Say

    A camera installed in the car ceiling will read the driver’s hand gestures, letting them control tasks such as turning on cruise control and adjusting music volume. BMW has already deployed a similar system in its 7 Series sedans, using technology from Softkinetic Systems, which was later bought by Sony Corp. LG already has a deal with Mercedes for a camera system that can tell if the driver is drowsy. A Jan. 8 news release by Mercedes-Benz from CES in Las Vegas showcased a new feature called MBUX Interior Assist, which lets occupants of the Mercedes-Benz CLA Coupe control functions with gestures.

  • Betty Who Joins LG Electronics and Amper Music to Make the Most Motivational Song Ever
    LifeMinute.TV Videos

    Betty Who Joins LG Electronics and Amper Music to Make the Most Motivational Song Ever

    It was a colorful, happy and motivational place at the 5k color run in LA this week. Pop star Betty Who performed a first of its kind song to celebrate the day and encourage young people to go for their goals.

  • Matthew Morrison, Instagram Star Donté Colley and 400 Others Dance Atop WTC for International Day of Happiness in NYC
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    Matthew Morrison, Instagram Star Donté Colley and 400 Others Dance Atop WTC for International Day of Happiness in NYC

    To kick off International Day of Happiness LG Electronics gave the phrase 'happy dance' a whole new meaning this week, hosting a first of its kind happiness event atop the World Trade Center. The event was complete with celebs, internet stars, pop-up stations and New York City school kids all to celebrate the LG Experience Happiness Initiative and to help people focus on achieving their own happiness goals.

  • 5G will start this year and continue to grow stronger: LG Electronics president
    Fox Business Videos

    5G will start this year and continue to grow stronger: LG Electronics president

    LG Electronics President Dr. I.P. Park, during an exclusive interview with FOX Business’ Liz Claman, discussed the future of 5G, the companies new partnership with Apple and his outlook for CES 2019.

  • LG Electronics president: We're building US factories so we're not buried by tariffs
    Fox Business Videos

    LG Electronics president: We're building US factories so we're not buried by tariffs

    LG Electronics President Dr. I.P. Park discusses how President Trump’s tariffs are affecting his business and addresses the concerns surrounding the growth of AI.

  • LG Electronics sees 80 pct drop in Q4 profit
    Reuters Videos

    LG Electronics sees 80 pct drop in Q4 profit

    South Korea's LG Electronics said on Tuesday its fourth-quarter operating profit likely plummeted 80 percent from the same period a year earlier, falling well below analyst expectations. Laura Frykberg reports.