SSUN.F - Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
624.00
-11.00 (-1.73%)
At close: 6:17PM CEST
Stock chart is not supported by your current browser
Previous Close635.00
Open627.00
Bid628.00 x 5000
Ask637.00 x 5000
Day's Range621.00 - 628.00
52 Week Range585.00 - 825.44
Volume591
Avg. Volume389
Market Cap213.535B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.68
PE Ratio (TTM)4.00
EPS (TTM)156.05
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield27.62 (3.93%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-12-28
1y Target EstN/A
  • Samsung Elec says undecided on further investment in its China NAND plant
    Reuters2 days ago

    Samsung Elec says undecided on further investment in its China NAND plant

    South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Friday that it has not decided on additional investment in a second memory chip production line in the Chinese city of Xian, denying a report by China's official Xinhua news agency. Xinhua earlier on Friday had quoted the company's vice president Ji Hyun-ki as saying that the group would spend more than $14 billion in the second phase of investment in its memory chip plant in Xian. In 2017, the world's top memory chip maker announced that it would invest $7 billion over the next three years in its Xian plant that produces NAND flash memory chips.

  • Samsung Electronics says undecided on further investment in its China NAND plant
    Reuters2 days ago

    Samsung Electronics says undecided on further investment in its China NAND plant

    South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Friday that it has not decided on additional investment in a second memory chip production line in the Chinese city of Xian, denying a report by China's official Xinhua news agency. Xinhua earlier on Friday had quoted the company's vice president Ji Hyun-ki as saying that the group would spend more than $14 billion in the second phase of investment in its memory chip plant in Xian. In 2017, the world's top memory chip maker announced that it would invest $7 billion over the next three years in its Xian plant that produces NAND flash memory chips.

  • Samsung to spend more than $14 billion in second phase of China chip plant - Xinhua
    Reuters2 days ago

    Samsung to spend more than $14 billion in second phase of China chip plant - Xinhua

    BEIJING (Reuters) - South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd will spend more than $14 billion in the second phase of investment in its memory chip plant in Xian, China, China's official Xinhua ...

  • Samsung to spend more than $14 billion in second phase of China chip plant: Xinhua
    Reuters2 days ago

    Samsung to spend more than $14 billion in second phase of China chip plant: Xinhua

    South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd will spend more than $14 billion in the second phase of investment in its memory chip plant in Xian, China, China's official Xinhua news agency reported ...

  • Samsung may have a fix for its folding phone that was delayed after it kept breaking
    CNBC3 days ago

    Samsung may have a fix for its folding phone that was delayed after it kept breaking

    Samsung has reportedly fixed issues with its folding phone, the Galaxy Fold, and is planning to release it next month.

  • Samsung reportedly readying Galaxy Fold for release after finding ‘fix’
    TechCrunch3 days ago

    Samsung reportedly readying Galaxy Fold for release after finding ‘fix’

    Samsung’s been mostly quiet on the Fold front after recalling review units andindefinitely delaying the phone’s release

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    Korea anxiety: why stock prices continue to languish

    Now prosecutors in Seoul are pursuing Samsung over claims of a cover-up related to an alleged $3.9bn accounting fraud. The arrests of five company officials in recent weeks have brought back into focus concerns over complicated ownership structures, sub-par corporate governance and murky business ethics. For investors in the domestic stock market, the fifth biggest in Asia in dollar terms, the events have also revived a deep underlying question: can it shake its persistent discount?

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    Samsung fraud probe widens to battle for chaebol succession

    In a mid-afternoon raid on a Samsung BioLogics factory on the outskirts of western Seoul last Tuesday, South Korean prosecutors, acting on a tip-off, ripped open the floor of a meeting room to reveal a stash of dozens of laptops, a computer server and USB drives. Prosecutors are now investigating whether top Samsung executives tried to cover up evidence they believe could be linked to an alleged Won4.5tn ($3.9bn) accounting fraud and to the succession of Lee Jae-yong, heir to the Samsung group. The allegations have recast the spotlight on opaque business practices and the control of the Lee family at South Korea’s biggest conglomerate, just as Mr Lee awaits a decision from South Korea’s top court on charges of bribing former president Park Geun-hye.

  • Here's how Samsung may fix the Galaxy Fold's design flaws
    Engadget4 days ago

    Here's how Samsung may fix the Galaxy Fold's design flaws

    When Samsung said it was delaying the release of the Galaxy Fold to fix its design issues, it didn't really say how it would address the flaws. You might have a clearer idea after today, though. Yonhap News claims Samsung will tuck the protective display layer into the body, preventing users from peeling it off under the mistaken belief that it's an everyday screen protector. It will also block the gaps at the top and bottom of the hinge to prevent debris from wrecking the foldable display, according to the South Korean news outlet.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Samsung says new smartphone series off to strong start in India

    Samsung Electronics has sold 5 million units of its Galaxy A series smartphones, generating sales of over $1 billion since it began selling the devices in March, a senior company executive said on Tuesday. "Just in 70 days of launch this range of six models has delivered $1 billion of revenue," Ranjivjit Singh, Samsung India's chief marketing officer, told Reuters in an interview. Singh declined to give a revenue forecast for the company's overall mobile phone business in India, the world's second biggest mobile phone market after China.

  • Samsung's 2019 TVs can now use Apple's updated TV app
    Engadget6 days ago

    Samsung's 2019 TVs can now use Apple's updated TV app

    The redesign of the Apple TV app goes live today , and Samsung is claiming its spot as the first TV manufacturer to support it. The company announced that 2018 and 2019 models of Samsung smart TVs will offer access to the updated Apple TV app and AirPlay 2. Owners of the TVs will have to download and install a firmware update, which will be available starting today, in order to use the Apple services.

  • South Korea orders arrest of two Samsung Electronics officials over affiliate's accounting scandal
    Reuters9 days ago

    South Korea orders arrest of two Samsung Electronics officials over affiliate's accounting scandal

    A South Korean court said on Saturday it had approved warrants to arrest two senior officials at Samsung Electronics in relation to an alleged accounting fraud at the tech giant's biopharma affiliate. The Seoul Central District Court said in a statement it had granted warrants to arrest the officials suspected of destroying evidence in the case. Prosecutors accused the two Samsung Electronics officials of ordering employees at biopharmaceutical firm Samsung BioLogics to destroy internal documents, as authorities looked into an alleged violation of accounting rules at the BioLogics, according to local media reports.

  • Samsung's CEO says Galaxy Fold launch news is arriving soon
    TechCrunch10 days ago

    Samsung's CEO says Galaxy Fold launch news is arriving soon

    Samsung has been understandably silent about the Galaxy Fold for the last couple of weeks. CEO DJ Koh is finally ready to talk about the Fold — or at least offer news that there will soon be news. From the sound of things, Samsung is hoping to have an update on timing at some point this week or early next, at the latest.

  • Samsung says it will soon decide the fate of its $2,000 folding phone
    CNBC10 days ago

    Samsung says it will soon decide the fate of its $2,000 folding phone

    Samsung's mobile chief Koh Dong-Jin said that a decision on the new launch date for the Galaxy Fold will be decided in the coming days.

  • Samsung sensor paves the way for 64-megapixel smartphone cameras
    Engadget10 days ago

    Samsung sensor paves the way for 64-megapixel smartphone cameras

    Samsung has leapt ahead of Sony in the smartphone megapixel wars with thelaunch of the ISOCELL Bright GW1, the world's' first 64-megapixel sensor forsmartphones

  • Samsung promises more Galaxy Fold launch details by tomorrow
    Engadget10 days ago

    Samsung promises more Galaxy Fold launch details by tomorrow

    Samsung will decide about a new US launch date for the Galaxy Fold by tomorrow, according to a report from the Korea Herald . In response, a company spokesperson in the UK told Engadget in a statement that it's still planning to announce the date "in the coming weeks." CEO Dong-jin Koh told the Herald that it "has reviewed the defect caused from substances [entering the device] and we will reach a conclusion [about the launch] today or tomorrow." When the Herald asked whether the phone would launch this month, Koh replied that "we will not be too late." If the company can't launch the device by May 31st, it could be forced to refund US pre-orders for the $1,980 device.

  • Samsung leak exposed source code, passwords and employee data
    Engadget11 days ago

    Samsung leak exposed source code, passwords and employee data

    Samsung was reportedly leaking sensitive source code, credentials and secretkeys for several internal projects

  • Samsung doesn't know when its $2,000 folding phone will be fixed, and will automatically cancel orders
    CNBC12 days ago

    Samsung doesn't know when its $2,000 folding phone will be fixed, and will automatically cancel orders

    Samsung says if customers have until May 31 to decide if they want to keep their order.

  • Samsung could lose Galaxy Fold pre-orders if it doesn't ship this month
    Engadget12 days ago

    Samsung could lose Galaxy Fold pre-orders if it doesn't ship this month

    For a short while, the future looked rosy for the Samsung Galaxy Fold : so many people pre-ordered the $1,980 foldable smartphone that the company had to stop taking registrations as they'd sold out.

  • Samsung Electronics says no anticipated shipping date yet for Galaxy Fold
    Reuters12 days ago

    Samsung Electronics says no anticipated shipping date yet for Galaxy Fold

    Samsung Electronics said on Tuesday it cannot confirm the shipping date for its foldable device Galaxy Fold yet and apologised to its pre-order customers in the United States for the delay. The world's top smartphone maker delayed global sales of the splashy $1,980980 (1,509 pounds) foldable phone after reviewers discovered problems with its display, dealing a setback to Samsung and its efforts to showcase its innovation. "If we do not hear from you and we have not shipped by May 31st, your order will be cancelled automatically," the South Korean tech giant's U.S. subsidiary told Galaxy Fold pre-order customers in an email late on Monday, which was confirmed by a Samsung spokeswoman.

  • Huawei Phone Buyers Don’t Share Trump’s Concerns
    Bloomberg16 days ago

    Huawei Phone Buyers Don’t Share Trump’s Concerns

    The setup is symbolic of the ascent of Huawei Technologies Co. outside the U.S., a trajectory that has not been changed by an all-out offensive against the company by the Trump administration. Although that onslaught mainly targets Huawei’s network equipment business — the U.S. tells its allies that the company’s equipment represents a spying threat — it could be expected to tarnish a brand that is China’s sixth and the world’s 48th most valuable, according to Kantar’s BrandZ ranking for 2018. Global consumers are delivering a quiet vote of no-confidence in Donald Trump’s U.S. The country where Apple Inc.’s iPhone was born may soon find itself in the bizarre position of shunning the global industry leader — a type of spiteful self-harm hardly befitting the global tech superpower.

  • Huawei Overtakes Apple to Become Second Biggest Smartphone Maker
    Bloomberg16 days ago

    Huawei Overtakes Apple to Become Second Biggest Smartphone Maker

    The networking giant, shrugging off a barrage of accusations that it aids Chinese espionage (which it’s repeatedly denied), grew shipments 50 percent from a year earlier, research firm IDC estimates. Huawei’s been steadily gaining on Apple and Samsung Electronics Co. with an increasingly high-end line-up of devices, particularly in its home market of China. Samsung also enjoyed a spike compared with the fourth quarter thanks to the launch of the marquee S10 range in February.