NOKIA.PA - Nokia Corporation

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
4.6210
+0.0545 (+1.19%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close4.6155
Open4.5915
BidN/A x N/A
AskN/A x N/A
Day's Range4.5915 - 4.6635
52 Week Range4.1700 - 5.7620
Volume163,167
Avg. Volume425,093
Market Cap25.923B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.01
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.0940
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.20 (4.33%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-10-28
1y Target EstN/A
  • Nokia says Brazil 5G auction may be world's biggest yet
    Reuters

    Nokia says Brazil 5G auction may be world's biggest yet

    Finnish telecoms equipment maker Nokia Oyj expects Brazil to host the world's biggest-ever single auction for fifth-generation (5G) spectrum next year, a senior executive told Reuters. After partnering with Uruguayan state-run carrier Antel to deploy the first 5G network in Latin America, Nokia is setting its sights on Brazil, its biggest market in the region. "We see the political will to carry out a large spectrum auction in the first quarter of 2020.

  • How 5G Is Powering Nokia’s and Ericsson’s Performances
    Market Realist

    How 5G Is Powering Nokia’s and Ericsson’s Performances

    5G technology is beginning to have a noticeable mark on Nokia's (NOK) and Ericsson's (ERIC) financial results.

  • Nokia Corporation (NOK) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript
    Motley Fool

    Nokia Corporation (NOK) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

    NOK earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.

  • Why Nokia Stock Surged Today
    Motley Fool

    Why Nokia Stock Surged Today

    Solid growth set the stage for an improved second half.

  • Why AstraZeneca, Ambev, and Nokia Jumped Today
    Motley Fool

    Why AstraZeneca, Ambev, and Nokia Jumped Today

    Solid earnings lifted some stocks despite a big market downturn.

  • Nokia Closes Out a Weak First Half
    Motley Fool

    Nokia Closes Out a Weak First Half

    Results improved in the second quarter, but the company will need a solid second half to hit its guidance.

  • Benzinga

    Nokia Trades Higher After Q2 Earnings Beat

    Nokia Oyj (NYSE: NOK ) traded higher Thursday morning after reporting a top- and bottom-line second-quarter earnings beat. What Happened Nokia said it earned 0.05 euros per share in the second quarter ...

  • Nokia Surges After Earnings Beat Shows 5G Plan on Track
    Bloomberg

    Nokia Surges After Earnings Beat Shows 5G Plan on Track

    (Bloomberg) -- Nokia Oyj shares rose the most in 17 months after delivering an earnings beat that reassured investors the Finnish network-equipment vendor can capitalize on 5G.The company kept its profit guidance for 2019 and 2020 unchanged after topping analysts’ estimates for the second quarter, signaling management confidence that sales of fifth-generation mobile gear will kick in after an early stumble caused by shipment delays. The stock rose as much as 9% in early trading in Helsinki.“We are catching up where we are behind, and further distancing ourselves where we are already ahead,” Chief Executive Officer Rajeev Suri said on a conference call with reporters. “All our current 4G customers who have decided on 5G have chosen Nokia.”Nokia has tried to dispel notions that it’s lagging behind rivals on the latest wireless technology, which offers super-fast download speeds, minimal delay and higher capacity than current 4G networks. Its bumpy 5G ride still looks set to continue, with the company guiding for a “soft” third quarter, followed by a “particularly strong” end to the year, and Suri noted that there are risks to execution in the months ahead.“Even though the result was really good, it unfortunately can be attributed to strong swings from one quarter to the next,” Inderes analyst Mikael Rautanen said on a webcast. “Pressure remains strong. Reaching full-year guidance will require a lot of work.”Nokia is in a three-way battle with Sweden’s Ericsson AB and China’s Huawei Technologies Co. for dominance in the cellular-network market. Its task won’t be easy, as Ericsson strives to claw back lost market share and Huawei works hard to maintain its global industry dominance amid Washington’s trade war with Beijing.While the Nordic vendors may be able to pick up more work as Huawei is targeted by a U.S. campaign to have it blocked on security grounds, Suri said its business in China is facing challenges amid increased support for local vendors, which include Huawei and ZTE Corp.“It is not exactly a new development, but it’s fair to say that that support has increased,” Suri said.Nokia’s second-quarter adjusted operating profit of 451 million euros ($502 million) compared with an average estimate of 303 million euros in a Bloomberg survey. The company still expects adjusted operating margin of 9% to 12% for the full year 2019.Before Thursday, its shares had declined 7.5% year-to-date, underperforming arch-rival Ericsson, which had gained 5.9% in the same period.\--With assistance from Kati Pohjanpalo.To contact the reporter on this story: Niclas Rolander in Stockholm at nrolander@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Rebecca Penty at rpenty@bloomberg.net, Kati PohjanpaloFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Nokia second-quarter beats forecasts on solid demand; maintains outlook
    Reuters

    Nokia second-quarter beats forecasts on solid demand; maintains outlook

    Nokia reported April-June underlying earnings per share of 0.05 euros, compared with an average forecast of 0.03 euros in a Refinitiv poll. The telecom network industry has faced slowing demand since 4G network sales peaked in the middle of the decade, but a new cycle of network upgrades appear to be kicking in as demand for 5G technology increases. Nokia maintained its forecasts of full-year earnings per share at 0.25-0.29 euros, and 2020 EPS of 0.37-0.42 euros.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 2-Nokia beats forecasts as 5G sales start to kick in

    Finnish telecom network equipment maker Nokia posted a surprise jump in second-quarter profit on Thursday and stuck to its 2019 earnings outlook as demand for next-generation 5G equipment boosted results. Despite what the company called a slow start to 2019 and an overall weak first half, it expects a strong fourth quarter as customer demand for 5G kit increases. "Demand is strong in lead 5G markets, US and Korea," CEO Rajeev Suri told a conference call, adding the market for new technology would start this year in Japan, the Middle East, China, the Nordics, Italy and the United Kingdom.

  • Nokia beats forecasts as 5G sales start to kick in
    Reuters

    Nokia beats forecasts as 5G sales start to kick in

    Finnish telecom network equipment maker Nokia posted a surprise jump in second-quarter profit on Thursday and stuck to its 2019 earnings outlook as demand for next-generation 5G equipment boosted results. Despite what the company called a slow start to 2019 and an overall weak first half, it expects a strong fourth quarter as customer demand for 5G kit increases. "Demand is strong in lead 5G markets, US and Korea," CEO Rajeev Suri told a conference call, adding the market for new technology would start this year in Japan, the Middle East, China, the Nordics, Italy and the United Kingdom.

  • 3 High Forward-Yield Stocks for the Dividend Investor
    GuruFocus.com

    3 High Forward-Yield Stocks for the Dividend Investor

    In terms of a higher dividend yield, the following stocks are thrashing the S&P 500 index, which had a dividend yield of 2.02% at market close on June 7. In addition, Wall Street issued a recommendation rating of overweight for all of them, which means that the stocks are predicted to outperform the overall market within 12 months. Also, while the S&P 500 index, which is considered as benchmark for the overall U.S. stock market, is forecasted to fall 9.1% over the same period, the price target for the following securities translates to at least 11.5% upside from the closing share price Friday.

  • Nokia Winning 5G Contracts Despite Delivery Delays, CEO Says
    Bloomberg

    Nokia Winning 5G Contracts Despite Delivery Delays, CEO Says

    Nokia Oyj is winning contracts “quite handsomely” in new 5G telecom networks as the top three suppliers go head-to-head for the emerging business, Chief Executive Officer Rajeev Suri said. “We compete quite favorably with Huawei, with or without the current security concerns,” Suri said in an interview with Bloomberg TV’s Caroline Hyde on Monday, referring to issues raised by the U.S. and elsewhere about China’s Huawei Technologies Co., the world’s largest network equipment manufacturer.

  • Benzinga

    As Nokia Signs 5G Agreements, A Look At The Companies Adopting The Next-Gen Technology

    Nokia Corporation (NYSE: NOK ) said Monday it now has more than 40 commercial agreements with the companies building 5G networks as it seeks to be a top player in the behind-the-scenes work to create the ...

  • Reuters

    Nokia says it has moved ahead of Huawei in 5G orders

    Nokia has attracted increased interest in its next-generation telecoms equipment in recent weeks, helping it to move ahead of Chinese rival Huawei in total 5G orders, one of the Finnish company's directors said. With 42 commercial 5G orders, Nokia has edged ahead of Huawei and Ericsson, Nokia director Federico Guillen said, as the companies jostle for position in a market in which U.S.-driven security concerns over Chinese equipment have boosted the attraction of Nordic vendors. Huawei has struck an estimated 40 commercial 5G orders.

  • Nokia Is Struggling to Sell Its Cables Business
    Market Realist

    Nokia Is Struggling to Sell Its Cables Business

    Telecom Gear Vendor Update: Nokia and Ericsson(Continued from Prior Part)Orange signals interest in Nokia’s subsea cables businessNokia (NOK) appears to be struggling to secure a buyer for its subsea cables business. Since at least 2017, Nokia has

  • Nokia Hit with Antitrust Lawsuit
    Market Realist

    Nokia Hit with Antitrust Lawsuit

    Telecom Gear Vendor Update: Nokia and EricssonNokia’s patent business brought $413 million in revenueNokia (NOK) has been sued in the United States for allegedly conspiring to inflate patent license rates, according to a report by Reuters. The

  • Reuters

    Nokia CEO sees possible benefits from Huawei tensions

    Nokia Chief Executive Rajeev Suri said on Tuesday the company could benefit from a U.S. clampdown on Chinese rival Huawei as the race to roll out 5G services heats up. Analysts expect Nokia and its Swedish peer Ericsson to benefit from tensions between the United States and Huawei, the largest supplier of mobile network technology. Nokia last month reported a surprise quarterly loss after it failed to supply 5G telecoms equipment in time.

  • Nokia Maintains Forecasts as Earnings Beat Shows 5G Plan on Track
    Bloomberg

    Nokia Maintains Forecasts as Earnings Beat Shows 5G Plan on Track

    Jul.25 -- Nokia Oyj Chief Executive Officer Rajeev Suri talks with Bloomberg after the company delivered an earnings beat that reassured investors the Finnish network-equipment vendor can capitalize on 5G. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: European Open."