|Bid||N/A x N/A|
|Ask||N/A x N/A|
|Day's Range||N/A - N/A|
|52 Week Range||undefined - undefined|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy A7 with three cameras at the rear: an 8-megapixel model with an ultra-wide 120 degree lens, a 24-megapixel main camera, and a "depth" lens to give you out-of-focus bokeh effects. The cameras use Samsung's Intelligent Scene Optimizer, which figures out what you're shooting and adjusts the contrast, brightness and color to optimize image quality. The front camera is no slouch either, as it packs 24-megapixel resolution, an adjustable LED flash and the "Selfie Focus" effect that brings bokeh to your self-portraits.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Two Samsung Group affiliates said on Thursday they had decided to sell their stakes in Samsung C&T Corp worth around a combined 971 billion won ($866.57 million). Samsung Fire & Marine ...
Samsung shares are in the middle of a tug of war with almost $7B worth sold by institutional investors this year, but when it comes to the local individual investor, their proving to be the staunchest ...
The shares of South Korea’s most-valuable company are in a tug of war. South Korea’s individual investors are emerging as staunch defenders of Samsung Electronics Co. against bearish institutional Korean firms and foreign sellers as the tech giant faces an uncertain outlook. Overseas stock pickers and South Korean institutions have sold almost a combined $7 billion net worth of Samsung stock this year, just as domestic individuals have bought $6.2 billion in the electronics giant, according to flow data compiled by Bloomberg from Korea Exchange.
Shares of wearables company Fitbit (FIT) rose 6.5% on September 18. The stock is currently trading at $5.80, 29% above its 52-week low of $4.51 and 25% below its 52-week high of $7.79. The stock rose after a Bloomberg report stated that smartwatches would not be part of the $200 billion worth of Chinese imports affected by the latest round of US tariffs.
Micron Technology (MU) supplies DRAM (dynamic random-access memory) and NAND (negative-AND) chips to major markets, including mobile. Micron stock has been falling since the start of September due to analyst downgrades. However, the stock rebounded on September 13, a day after Apple (AAPL) announced its iPhone Xs, XR, and X Max.
Likewise, Appaloosa Management’s David Tepper isn’t necessarily wrong to continue plowing into an ever-bigger stake in Micron stock. The world’s computers, servers and mobile devices need more and more memory, and Micron is the creme of the crop of the DRAM market. Certainly there will come a time when Micron stock bounces back from what’s become more than a 30% setback from its late-May peak.
DRAMeXchange expects DRAM (dynamic random-access memory) contract prices to fall 1%–3% in the fourth quarter and 15%–25% in 2019 as Samsung’s (SSNLF) and SK Hynix’s new DRAM capacities come online. DRAMeXchange expects NAND (negative-AND) prices to fall 10% in the third quarter. Micron Technology (MU) has been preparing for these challenging times by accelerating its transition to smaller, more cost-effective nodes and high-value memory solutions.
In a meeting that was unthinkable 19 months ago, South Korea’s president will this week introduce the head of the country’s biggest conglomerate to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang. The parley caps a remarkable period for Jay Y. Lee, vice chairman of Samsung Electronics Co., who since the start of 2017 has been arrested, tried and jailed before being released a year later. Meanwhile, President Moon Jae-in is finding his political fortunes tied to the company and South Korea’s other conglomerates amid a sputtering economy, even though he swept to an election victory promising to rein in the power of the chaebol.
Micron Technology (NASDAQ:MU) has become a battlefield stock, as analysts debate whether memory chip prices are falling or crashing. It will be difficult for Micron’s CEO, Sanjay Mehotra, to overcome these challenges. MU is the leader of the chip memory market.
Jay Y. Lee, vice chairman of Samsung Electronics Co., will join President Moon Jae-in’s delegation to Pyongyang this week in a further sign of thawing relations between the South Korean government and its biggest company. Lee is among 17 business leaders accompanying Moon to a summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, according to a statement from the president’s office. SK Chairman Chey Tae-won and the head of LG Corp., Koo Kwang-mo, will also join the delegation.
While some investors are likely expecting a bullish technical situation to unfold, it’s our contention Spotify Technology (NYSE:SPOT) is a dog about to roll over on the Spotify stock chart. Spotify stock has a lot going for it, which could result in shares running higher from here. Technically, SPOT stock also has a lot of factors favoring higher prices.
Roughly a month-and-a-half ago, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) made headlines around the world when it became the first $1 trillion company. Not only that, Apple stock has continued to impress Wall Street, gaining over 34% year-to-date. If that does occur, the AAPL stock price has a long way to fall.
Micron Technology (MU) improved its ROI (return on investment) by focusing on cost competitiveness and high-value memory solutions. Higher profit margins improved Micron’s operating cash flow from $2.4 billion in the fiscal third quarter of 2017 to $4.2 billion in the fiscal third quarter. Its operating cash flow in the fiscal fourth quarter is expected to be above $4.0 billion, resulting in fiscal 2018 operating cash flow above $16.0 billion.