SSUN.F - Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
651.17
+11.17 (+1.75%)
As of 2:21PM CET. Market open.
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Previous Close640.00
Open644.73
Bid649.99 x 5000
Ask651.28 x 5000
Day's Range642.19 - 651.17
52 Week Range632.99 - 848.00
Volume306
Avg. Volume418
Market Cap212.102B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.55
PE Ratio (TTM)4.17
EPS (TTM)156.05
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield27.71 (4.23%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-09-27
1y Target EstN/A
  • Move over notch, the hole-punch smartphone camera is coming
    TechCrunch3 hours ago

    Move over notch, the hole-punch smartphone camera is coming

    First it was the notch, now the hole-punch has emerged as the latest tech for concealing selfie cameras whilst keeping our smartphones as free of bezel as possible to maximize the screen space. This week, Samsung and Huawei both unveiled new phones that dispense with the iconic 'notch' -- pioneered by Apple but popularized by everyone -- in favor of positioning in the camera in a small "Infinity-O" hole located on the top left side of the screen. Dubbed hole-punch, the approach is part of Samsung’s new Galaxy A8s and Huawei's View 20, which were unveiled hours apart on Tuesday.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Samsung BioLogics shares to remain listed, resume trade on December 11

    South Korea's main stock exchange has decided Samsung BioLogics Co Ltd is qualified to continue trading on the exchange and that the company's shares will resume trading on Tuesday, the bourse said on Monday. "We concluded that there was no serious concern about the company's continuity regarding its business outlook, order backlogs and order plans, as the company's revenues and profitability were found to have improved," the Korea Exchange said in a statement. Samsung BioLogics said in a statement it would strengthen its internal control system and planned to prove the legitimacy of its accounting methods.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] As Huawei Pushback Grows, Samsung Will Appoint New 5G Network Chief

    SEOUL—Samsung Electronics Co. is replacing the head of its unit that provides next-generation 5G equipment, according to people familiar with the matter, a shake-up atop a key business looking to rapidly grow sales as global pushback builds against market leader Huawei Technologies Co. Kim Young-ky, president of Samsung’s networks business, will step down and assume an adviser role at the company, the people said. A strong contender under consideration is Cheun Kyung-whoon, a networks executive vice president, who has worked on the company’s 5G research and development, the people said.

  • Samsung caught using another DSLR photo to sell a phone camera
    Engadget7 days ago

    Samsung caught using another DSLR photo to sell a phone camera

    No, manufacturers still haven't stopped using DSLR photos to fake phone camera shots. Photographer Dunja Djudjic has discovered that Samsung Malaysia bought one of her DSLR self-portraits through Getty and used a heavily edited version of it to advertise the portrait mode on the Galaxy A8 Star. The image use is thankfully legal, but Samsung's marketing implies this is a real photo from the phone -- and it doesn't even reflect the original photo.

  • Samsung fakes test photo by using a stock DSLR image
    TechCrunch7 days ago

    Samsung fakes test photo by using a stock DSLR image

    Samsung's Malaysian arm has some explaining to do. The company, in an effort to show off the Galaxy A8 Star's amazing photo retouching abilities, used a cleverly-shot portrait, modified it, and then ostensibly passed it off as one taken by the A8. The trouble began when Serbian photographer Dunja Djudjic noticed someone had bought one of her photos from a service called EyeEm that supplies pictures to , a renowned photo reseller.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Samsung extends Olympics sponsorship to 2028 - IOC

    South Korea's Samsung has extended its sponsorship contract with the International Olympic Committee by eight years and will remain a top sponsor until the 2028 Los Angeles Games, the world governing body said on Tuesday. Samsung, who first signed up as a top sponsor with the IOC in 1998 and was a local sponsor at the 1988 Seoul Olympics as well, will support all Games up until and including the Los Angeles summer Olympics. "I am delighted that we will be building on two decades of partnership with Samsung for another 10 years," said IOC President Thomas Bach at the signing ceremony in Seoul.

  • TheStreet.com8 days ago

    Verizon and Samsung Announce 5G Plans - What Is Apple Waiting for?

    and Samsung Electronics Co. have partnered to make a 5G smartphone they plan to roll out in the first half of 2019. , which saw its stock rise 3.49% to $184.82 on Monday after getting a boost from the positive meeting over the weekend between Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping, won't roll out its 5G phone until 2020. Any concerns that may arise from a 5G delay from Apple were clearly offset by word that tariff duties on Apple devices coming into the U.S. from China won't get worse in the near future.

  • TheStreet.com8 days ago

    Verizon Is Downgraded by JPMorgan to Neutral From Overweight

    fell 4.3% to $57.70 on Monday after JPMorgan Chase downgraded the telecommunications giant to neutral from overweight. JPMorgan analyst Philip Cusick wrote that while he likes Verizon's "consistent and improving execution," the combination of a new management team and reporting lines with the stock's 17% year-to-date increase make the risk/reward less compelling than peers AT&T Inc. Verizon Communications closed up 1.43% to $60.30 on Friday.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    Samsung Electronics says it will cancel $4.4 billion worth of shares

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Friday it would cancel 4.9 trillion won ($4.4 billion) worth of its shares. Expected to be complete on Dec. 4, the cancellation was the second stage of its previously announced plan to cancel all of its treasury shares in two stages to enhance shareholder value. The South Korean tech giant last year rejected pressure from U.S. activist hedge fund Elliott for a major overhaul of its complicated structure, but accepted part of the fund's proposals by revealing plans to cancel its existing treasury shares by 2018.

  • South Korea indicts group for allegedly leaking Samsung flexible display tech to Chinese company
    TechCrunch12 days ago

    South Korea indicts group for allegedly leaking Samsung flexible display tech to Chinese company

    Prosecutors in South Korea have indicted the chief executive and eight other employees of Toptec Co for allegedly selling information about Samsung's flexible OLED displays to a Chinese company. The charges detail that the company received more than $13.8 million for the information, Bloomberg reports. Toptec, a Samsung supplier that manufactures display-related equipment, has denied the charges in a statement. “Our company has never provided Samsung Display’s industrial technology or business secrets to a Chinese client.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    South Korea indicts group for leaking Samsung display tech to Chinese firm

    South Korean prosecutors on Thursday said they have indicted nine people on suspicion of leaking Samsung Electronics Co Ltd flexible display technology to a Chinese company. The Suwon District Prosecutors' Office has charged the chief executive and eight employees of supplier Toptec Co Ltd for selling information earlier this year about Samsung's organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels. The group are accused of forming a separate shell company that received information on the use of equipment and drawings of panels obtained from Samsung subsidiary Samsung Display, and which sold some of the documents in China for 15.5 billion won ($13.85 million), the prosecutors office said.

  • South Korea indicts group for leaking Samsung display tech to Chinese firm
    Reuters12 days ago

    South Korea indicts group for leaking Samsung display tech to Chinese firm

    South Korean prosecutors on Thursday said they have indicted nine people on suspicion of leaking Samsung Electronics Co Ltd flexible display technology to a Chinese company. The Suwon District Prosecutors' Office has charged the chief executive and eight employees of supplier Toptec Co Ltd for selling information earlier this year about Samsung's organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels. The group are accused of forming a separate shell company that received information on the use of equipment and drawings of panels obtained from Samsung subsidiary Samsung Display, and which sold some of the documents in China for 15.5 billion won ($13.85 million), the prosecutors office said.

  • South Korea Charges 11 With Selling Samsung Technology to China
    Bloomberg12 days ago

    South Korea Charges 11 With Selling Samsung Technology to China

    The chief executive officer of a Samsung supplier and eight of his employees received 15.5 billion won ($13.8 million) after conspiring with two representatives of the Chinese company to transfer organic light-emitting diode knowhow, according to a statement from prosecutors in Suwon. Intellectual property theft is a national concern for South Korea as it tries to maintain its narrowing technology lead over China.

  • Samsung Heads Toward the DMZ to Challenge Cloud-Computing Giants
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    Samsung Heads Toward the DMZ to Challenge Cloud-Computing Giants

    Barely an hour from the border with North Korea, in what used to be a civilian shooting range, Samsung Group is building a facility with the ambitious goal of challenging well-established cloud-computing providers Amazon.com Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Google. “It’s my dream to build a data center in Kaema,” said Hank Bae, an engineer leading the construction in Chuncheon, referring to the northern highland nicknamed “the roof of Korea.” Winter temperatures there can go down to minus 20 degrees Celsius (minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit).