SRP.F - Sharp Corporation

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
9.27
-0.23 (-2.41%)
As of 9:08AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close9.30
Open9.27
Bid9.25 x 1090000
Ask9.43 x 1060000
Day's Range9.27 - 9.27
52 Week Range7.79 - 22.96
Volume1,200
Avg. Volume198
Market Cap5.596B
Beta (3Y Monthly)2.52
PE Ratio (TTM)8.16
EPS (TTM)1.14
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.16 (1.73%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-03-27
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters2 months ago

    Japan's Sharp to miss mid-term target, laments impact of Sino-U.S. trade

    Japan's Sharp Corp, an Apple Inc supplier, said on Thursday it would not meet its mid-term profit target in the current fiscal year after a shift in focus, and that a U.S.-China trade war is impacting its relationship with clients. The weak outlook comes as parent Foxconn, the world's largest contract manufacturer, tries to cut dependence on smartphone maker Apple as handset sales plateau. Sharp, which makes screens and camera modules for Apple's iPhones, expects operating profit to rise 19 percent to 100 billion yen ($909.84 million) for the year through March 2020 versus a year earlier.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Japan's Sharp sees 18 pct profit increase, but misses target

    Japan's Sharp Corp, an Apple Inc supplier, said on Thursday it expects its operating profit to rise 18.8 percent this year, but well below its target. Electronics maker Sharp, controlled by Taiwan's Foxconn , forecast operating profit of 100 billion yen ($909.84 million) for the year to March 2020, up from 84.1 billion yen a year earlier.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Japan's Sharp to return to U.S. TV market, regains brand licence

    Sharp Corp will re-enter the U.S. TV market later this year, the Japanese electronics company said on Wednesday, adding it had effectively regained the licence for its own TV brand sold to China's Hisense Group four years ago. The move is part of Sharp's growth strategy after a dramatic turnaround at the Osaka-based firm since it was taken over by Taiwan's Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics, in 2016. Sharp declined to disclose details of the latest licensing arrangement with Hisense.

  • Japan's Sharp to return to U.S. TV market, regains brand license
    Reuters2 months ago

    Japan's Sharp to return to U.S. TV market, regains brand license

    Sharp Corp will re-enter the U.S. TV market later this year, the Japanese electronics company said on Wednesday, adding it had effectively regained the license for its own TV brand sold to China's Hisense Group four years ago. The move is part of Sharp's growth strategy after a dramatic turnaround at the Osaka-based firm since it was taken over by Taiwan's Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics, in 2016. Sharp declined to disclose details of the latest licensing arrangement with Hisense.

  • Foxconn to build $9 billion chip plant in China with local govt: Nikkei
    Reuters6 months ago

    Foxconn to build $9 billion chip plant in China with local govt: Nikkei

    Taiwan's Foxconn (2317.TW), Apple Inc's (AAPL.O) iPhone assembler, is in the final stages of talks with the local government of the Chinese city of Zhuhai to build a chip plant there with a total investment of about $9 billion, the Nikkei business daily reported on Friday. The total investment could add up to around 60 billion yuan, or $9 billion, most of which would be shouldered by the Zhuhai government through subsidies and tax breaks, the Nikkei said, citing people familiar with the matter. Foxconn is expected to form a joint venture for the project with Japanese electronics group Sharp, which it acquired in 2016, and the Zhuhai government, Nikkei said, citing an industry source.

  • Foxconn to build $9 bln chip plant in China with local govt: Nikkei
    Reuters6 months ago

    Foxconn to build $9 bln chip plant in China with local govt: Nikkei

    Taiwan's Foxconn, Apple Inc's iPhone assembler, is in the final stages of talks with the local government of the Chinese city of Zhuhai to build a chip plant there with a total investment of about $9 billion, the Nikkei business daily reported on Friday. The total investment could add up to around 60 billion yuan, or $9 billion, most of which would be shouldered by the Zhuhai government through subsidies and tax breaks, the Nikkei said, citing people familiar with the matter. Foxconn is expected to form a joint venture for the project with Japanese electronics group Sharp, which it acquired in 2016, and the Zhuhai government, Nikkei said, citing an industry source.

  • Sharp contractors axe 3,000 staff as iPhone sensor output shifts: union
    Reuters7 months ago

    Sharp contractors axe 3,000 staff as iPhone sensor output shifts: union

    Nearly 3,000 foreign workers subcontracted to Sharp Corp have been laid off in central Japan, a labor union said, as the firm moves production of some sensors for Apple iPhones to a Chinese plant owned by its parent Foxconn. The labor union said some of the laid off workers were its members. The union is in Mie Prefecture in central Japan, where Sharp's plant is located.

  • Reuters7 months ago

    Sharp Corp lays off 3,000 foreign staff, moves production to China - Nikkei

    Sharp Corp has laid off more than 3,000 foreign workers in Japan as the Apple supplier shifts production of iPhone sensors to a Chinese plant owned by parent Foxconn, the Nikkei business daily reported ...

  • Reuters8 months ago

    Sharp lifts annual profit outlook, to retire some preferred shares

    Sharp Corp nudged its full-year profit outlook higher on Tuesday amid a turnaround under the ownership of Taiwanese contract manufacturer Foxconn, and said it plans to retire some preferred shares. The Osaka-based electronics maker, a supplier to Apple Inc, said it expects an operating profit of 112 billion yen ($993.88 million) in the year through next March compared with a previous 110 billion yen forecast. The company has slashed costs after being taken over by Foxconn, formally known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd, in 2016.

  • Reuters9 months ago

    Sharp makes long-awaited OLED foray, wary of big spending

    Japan's Sharp Corp unveiled its long-awaited move into the organic light-emitting diode (OLED) market on Wednesday as the Apple Inc supplier looks to catch rival Samsung Electronics Co Ltd. Sharp will offer OLED panels in its new smartphones later this year and plans to sell the screens to other manufacturers, although it has signalled it is wary about a rapid expansion in OLED as momentum for the thinner but more expensive screens slows. The move comes as the Osaka-based electronics maker, a major supplier of iPhone liquid crystal display (LCD) screens, continues its recovery after being bought two years ago by Taiwan's Foxconn.

  • Sharp marks long-awaited OLED foray with smartphone launch
    Reuters9 months ago

    Sharp marks long-awaited OLED foray with smartphone launch

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Sharp Corp said on Wednesday its first OLED smartphone would go on sale later this year in Japan, marking its long-awaited entry into the market for the advanced panels as it seeks to ...

  • Reuters11 months ago

    Nikkei advances on strong corporate earnings, weaker yen

    Japan's Nikkei share average rose on Wednesday, brushing a 12-day high, buoyed by strong earnings for blue chips such as Sony and Sharp and the yen's slide to near two-week lows against the dollar. The Nikkei ended the day up 0.86 percent at 22,746.70 after touching 22,775.47, its highest since July 20.

  • Reuters11 months ago

    Nikkei rises, weaker yen and strong corporate earnings boost sentiment

    Japan's Nikkei share average rose on Wednesday, supported by a stronger Wall Street and a weaker yen, with blue chips such as Sony and Sharp gaining on strong earnings and lifting overall sentiment. The Nikkei was up 0.5 percent at 22,672.63.

  • Reuters11 months ago

    Sharp's first-quarter operating profit soars 45 percent on core display unit's strength

    By Thomas Wilson TOKYO (Reuters) - Sharp Corp reported on Tuesday a 45 percent rise in first-quarter operating profit, beating analysts' estimates on soaring profit at its core display business and strong ...

  • Reuters11 months ago

    Sharp's Q1 operating profit soars 45 pct on core display unit's strength

    Sharp Corp reported on Tuesday a 45 percent rise in first-quarter operating profit, beating analysts' estimates on soaring profit at its core display business and strong sales of camera modules and sensors. ...

  • Reuters11 months ago

    Sharp Q1 operating profit soars 45 pct on growth in electronic devices

    Sharp Corp reported on Tuesday a 45 percent rise in first-quarter operating profit as revenue at its electronic devices segment soared, cementing its recovery under the ownership of Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision ...

  • Reuterslast year

    Nikkei, tracking Asia's bounce, pares earlier losses to end higher

    Japanese shares pared earlier losses and ended Friday on modest gains as Asian equities rebounded from nine-month lows, with the yen's weakening against the dollar also providing support. The Nikkei 225 share average rose 0.15 percent to 22,304.51 after dropping to as low as 22,145.48. The benchmark index still fell 0.95 percent for the week during which simmering worries over a trade row between the United States and its major trading partners took a toll on investors' risk appetite.

  • Japan's Sharp ditches $2 billion share issue plan after investor backlash
    Reuterslast year

    Japan's Sharp ditches $2 billion share issue plan after investor backlash

    Japan's Sharp Corp scrapped a plan to issue up to $2 billion in new shares, changing its mind in a matter of weeks after the initial announcement prompted investors to dump its shares on fears of earnings per share dilution. "Due to increasing market uncertainties, the company decided that carrying on with the plan to issue new shares would not yield maximum benefit for shareholders," it said. The plans to issue new shares, announced on June 5, had sparked a sell-off on the market as they would have eroded Sharp's earnings per share by about 20 percent.

  • Sharp Investors Are Right to See the Silver Lining
    Bloomberglast year

    Sharp Investors Are Right to See the Silver Lining

    Sharp Corp.’s decision Friday to cancel a 216 billion yen ($1.95 billion) share sale sounded like bad news. Market instability stemming from U.S.-China trade tensions was among the factors cited by the Japanese company. OK, sure, we can blame geopolitics if that makes executives at the Foxconn Technology Group-controlled company​​ feel better.

  • Reuterslast year

    Nikkei hit by tech sell-off; Sharp surges after cancelling share issuance plan

    Japanese stocks dropped on Friday morning as simmering worries over a trade fight between the United States and its major trading partners kept investors on tenterhooks, while Sharp jumped after it cancelled plans to issue new shares. Technology stocks underperformed, with chip equipment makers Screen Holdings tumbling 7.5 percent and Tokyo Electron falling 1.2 percent. U.S. President Donald Trump has rattled the world trade order by seeking to renegotiate the terms of some of the United States' trading relationships, in particular with China.