SSUN.F - Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
841.00
+12.00 (+1.45%)
At close: 5:17PM CET
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Previous Close829.00
Open851.00
Bid842.00 x 5000
Ask845.00 x 5000
Day's Range841.00 - 854.00
52 Week Range585.00 - 854.00
Volume1,400
Avg. Volume321
Market Cap271B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.90
PE Ratio (TTM)5.39
EPS (TTM)156.05
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield27.40 (3.31%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-09-27
1y Target EstN/A
  • Samsung's next foldable to be way less pricey?
    CNET

    Samsung's next foldable to be way less pricey?

    A report says Samsung will release a new, clamshell foldable phone, kind of like the new Motorola Razr. The crazy part would be the price: It'd be cheaper than the Razr and cost less than half a Galaxy Fold!

  • Samsung Gives First Look at Clamshell Design for Folding Phone
    Bloomberg

    Samsung Gives First Look at Clamshell Design for Folding Phone

    Nov.04 -- Samsung teased its next-generation Galaxy Fold design: a mini-clamshell phone that folds in from top to bottom, rather than the sides.

  • Samsung's profits fall by half in third quarter
    Reuters Videos

    Samsung's profits fall by half in third quarter

    Samsung posted a steep earnings plunge on Thursday (October 31) It's third-quarter operating profit dropped by more than half from the year before. That's because the global market for memory chips is in a downturn. Prices are low and chips have been the company's main engine to crank out profit. The new numbers came on Thursday and mark a fourth quarter of sinking profits for Samsung. But in other areas, the company's doing much better. Its mobile business is up 32 percent. Analysts say strong smartphone sales of the Galaxy Note 10 and other models helped keep profits from falling further. That's partly because of U.S. sanctions on Samsung rival Huawei. They mean U.S. companies are effectively banned from supplying the Chinese giant. Experts told Reuters they expect Samsung to be back in the black next year once global sales of next-generation 5G tech shift into high gear. They say that should fuel hunger for chips again and pump up the bottom line.

  • Samsung Electronics executive receives jail term over union-busting: media
    Reuters

    Samsung Electronics executive receives jail term over union-busting: media

    Samsung Electronics vice-president Kang Kyung-hoon received a 16-month jail term on Friday on charges of union-busting activities, South Korean media reported on Friday. Kang and others acted to obstruct the formation and activities of an independent trade union at affiliate Samsung Everland, an amusement park operator and part of Samsung C&T , media reports said. Among 12 people indicted with Kang, one former executive director received a 10-month jail term, while others received suspended jail terms or in one case, a fine, Yonhap news agency reported.

  • Samsung has sold 1 million Galaxy Fold smartphones
    TechCrunch

    Samsung has sold 1 million Galaxy Fold smartphones

    Today at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin, Samsung Electronic's President Young Sohn revealed the company had sold 1 million foldable Galaxy Fold smartphones. "And I think that the point is, we're selling [a] million of these products," Sohn said. Sohn commented on the sales number while explaining Samsung's process of releasing products to get feedback.

  • Financial Times

    Samsung executives guilty of destroying evidence in fraud case

    Three Samsung Electronics executives were handed jail sentences of up to two years by the Seoul Central District Court, according to state news agency Yonhap citing a court decision. The case involved employees from two other Samsung affiliates, drugmaker Samsung BioLogics and its subsidiary Samsung Bioepis. It followed a raid on a Samsung BioLogics factory on the outskirts of South Korea’s capital in May, where prosecutors uncovered a cache of electronic devices, including laptops and a computer server hidden beneath a meeting room floor.

  • South Korea jails three Samsung Electronics executives over evidence destroyed in probe of alleged fraud
    Reuters

    South Korea jails three Samsung Electronics executives over evidence destroyed in probe of alleged fraud

    A South Korean court on Monday jailed three executives of Samsung Electronics for their role in a plot that included burying computers under factory floors at its biotech affiliate, in an investigation of alleged accounting fraud. Prosecutors began investigating the suspected fraud at Samsung Biologics after South Korea's financial watchdog complained the firm's value had been inflated by 4.5 trillion won ($3.82 billion) in 2015. The episode is the latest legal trouble for South Korea's top conglomerate, whose leader Jay Y. Lee is embroiled in separate trials in a corruption scandal involving former President Park Geun-hye.

  • South Korea jails three Samsung Elec execs over evidence destroyed in probe of alleged fraud
    Reuters

    South Korea jails three Samsung Elec execs over evidence destroyed in probe of alleged fraud

    A South Korean court on Monday jailed three executives of Samsung Electronics for their role in a plot that included burying computers under factory floors at its biotech affiliate, in an investigation of alleged accounting fraud. Prosecutors began investigating the suspected fraud at Samsung Biologics after South Korea's financial watchdog complained the firm's value had been inflated by 4.5 trillion won ($3.82 billion) in 2015. The episode is the latest legal trouble for South Korea's top conglomerate, whose leader Jay Y. Lee is embroiled in separate trials in a corruption scandal involving former President Park Geun-hye.

  • The Samsung Galaxy Fold is headed to Canada, with in-store pre-orders starting today
    TechCrunch

    The Samsung Galaxy Fold is headed to Canada, with in-store pre-orders starting today

    The Samsung Galaxy Fold is a very unique smartphone, in more ways than one. Samsung says that customer interest has helped expand that initial pool of availability, however, which is why it's launching pre-orders in Canada today. Pre-orders are also going to be exclusively in-store, at Samsung's Eaton Center, Sherway Gardens and Yorkdale locations, all of which are in Toronto.

  • Focus - Made in China: Samsung farms out more phones to fend off rivals
    Reuters

    Focus - Made in China: Samsung farms out more phones to fend off rivals

    Samsung's plan to outsource a fifth of its smartphone production to China next year may help it compete with low-cost rivals such as Huawei and Xiaomi but it's a strategy fraught with risks, people with familiar with the move said. Samsung Electronics, which shut its last in-house Chinese smartphone factory in October, is quietly moving production of some Galaxy A models to contractors such as Wingtech, which are little known outside China. Samsung has been coy about the volumes involved but sources said the South Korean tech giant plans to ship some 60 million phones made in China by so-called original design manufacturers (ODMs) next year out of a total of about 300 million devices.

  • Made in China: Samsung farms out more phones to fend off rivals
    Reuters

    Made in China: Samsung farms out more phones to fend off rivals

    Samsung's plan to outsource a fifth of its smartphone production to China next year may help it compete with low-cost rivals such as Huawei and Xiaomi but it's a strategy fraught with risks, people with familiar with the move said. Samsung Electronics, which shut its last in-house Chinese smartphone factory in October, is quietly moving production of some Galaxy A models to contractors such as Wingtech, which are little known outside China. Samsung has been coy about the volumes involved but sources said the South Korean tech giant plans to ship some 60 million phones made in China by so-called original design manufacturers (ODMs) next year out of a total of about 300 million devices.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Samsung says to shut down U.S. CPU research division

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Tuesday it will shut down a CPU research division at one of its U.S. facilities, a move that analysts said dimmed prospects for the tech giant's Exynos-branded mobile chips. Exynos mobile processor chips are considered a hallmark of the South Korean firm's attempts to reduce its reliance on memory chips and increase sales of logic chips that are used to power mobile devices and autonomous vehicles. The decision to shut down the division, which will make some 300 jobs redundant, point to challenges Samsung faces in promoting Exynos chips, analysts said.

  • Benzinga

    Samsung Shuts Down CPU Divisions In US

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd  is putting up the shutters on the CPU research divisions at its facilities in Austin, Texas, and San Jose, California, Reuters  reported  on Tuesday. What Happened  The division ...

  • Samsung says to shut down U.S. CPU research division
    Reuters

    Samsung says to shut down U.S. CPU research division

    Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Tuesday it will shut down a CPU research division at one of its U.S. facilities, a move that analysts said dimmed prospects for the tech giant's Exynos-branded mobile chips. Exynos mobile processor chips are considered a hallmark of the South Korean firm's attempts to reduce its reliance on memory chips and increase sales of logic chips that are used to power mobile devices and autonomous vehicles. The decision to shut down the division, which will make some 300 jobs redundant, point to challenges Samsung faces in promoting Exynos chips, analysts said.

  • Samsung’s Q3 Earnings Reflect Mobile Phone Demand
    Market Realist

    Samsung’s Q3 Earnings Reflect Mobile Phone Demand

    Today, Samsung released its September-quarter earnings results, failing to impress investors as much as Apple did with its release yesterday.

  • Benzinga

    Samsung Reports 56% Drop In Q3 Profit

    Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. reported its profits of the third quarter that ended on Sept. 30 to be $6.7 billion. The reported profit is nearly 56% lower than the profits it grossed in the third-quarter of 2018. The South Korean conglomerate’s numbers slightly exceeded the expectations it had set in its preliminary earnings guidance earlier this month.