SNEN.MX - Sony Corporation

Mexico - Mexico Delayed Price. Currency in MXN
884.40
+34.40 (+4.05%)
At close: 2:33PM CST
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Previous Close850.00
Open888.50
Bid0.00 x 200
Ask0.00 x 100
Day's Range884.40 - 888.50
52 Week Range584.80 - 888.50
Volume3,755
Avg. Volume579
Market Cap1.098T
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)928.02
EPS (TTM)0.95
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Reuters9 days ago

    Sony's stock could rise 20 percent on gaming and camera chips sales - Barron's

    Powered by stronger sales of its camera chips for smartphones along with videogame systems and software, Sony Corp's stock could rise by another 20 percent over the coming year, Barron's said on Sunday. The company, once a market leader in consumer-electronics, has fallen behind in sales of televisions, personal computers and smartphones in recent years, Barron's said. Over the two fiscal years that ended in March 2012, Sony posted a cumulative loss of more than $9 billion, about half of its stock market value at the time.

  • Sony's stock could rise 20 percent on gaming and camera chips sales: Barron's
    Reuters10 days ago

    Sony's stock could rise 20 percent on gaming and camera chips sales: Barron's

    Powered by stronger sales of its camera chips for smartphones along with videogame systems and software, Sony Corp's [6758.T] stock could rise by another 20 percent over the coming year, Barron's said on Sunday. The company, once a market leader in consumer-electronics, has fallen behind in sales of televisions, personal computers and smartphones in recent years, Barron's said. Over the two fiscal years that ended in March 2012, Sony posted a cumulative loss of more than $9 billion, about half of its stock market value at the time.

  • Benzinga10 days ago

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  • Barrons.com11 days ago

    [$$] Sony Recaptures Its Youthful Bounce

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  • Market Realist12 days ago

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  • Box Office Top 20: 'Thor: Ragnarok' commands $122.7 million
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    Box Office Top 20: 'Thor: Ragnarok' commands $122.7 million

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  • Reuters20 days ago

    Nikkei climbs to new 21-year peak; Honda, Sony shine

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  • The Wall Street Journal20 days ago

    [$$] Sony’s Rebooted Robot Dog Will Fetch Ruffly $1,700

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  • Reuters20 days ago

    Nikkei at 21-year high; Honda, Sony up on earnings boost

    Japan's Nikkei share average extended its strong rally to top a new 21-year peak on Thursday morning, with the mining sector getting a boost while buyers continued to pile into companies such as Honda Motor and Sony on robust earnings prospects. Mining stocks staged a rally and were the best performers on the board, with Inpex Corp rising 2.3 percent and Japan Petroleum Exploration Co adding 0.4 percent. Honda Motor Co rose more than 5 percent after the automaker raised its forecast for full-year operating profit by 2.8 percent as it expects to sell more cars and motorcycles this year.

  • Bloomberg21 days ago

    Sony Is Getting Its Mojo Back

    Hi, this is Yuji  in Tokyo. I just got back from a press event where Sony unveiled the new aibo, an upgraded version of the robotic dog sold until 2006. Much has happened since then. Once a shining example ...

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Record profit forecast for a resurgent Sony sends shares to nine-year high

    Shares in Sony Corp soared to a nine-year high on Wednesday after it forecast record earnings that have vindicated its restructuring efforts and raised expectations of sustained momentum in profitability. Under Chief Executive Kazuo Hirai, the tech and entertainment giant has streamlined unprofitable electronics businesses and capitalised on the spread of smartphones with its image sensors. Citing robust sales of image sensors as well as high-end TVs, Sony hiked its full-year operating profit outlook to 630 billion yen ($5.5 billion), up 26 percent from an earlier forecast and 7.5 percent higher than an average analyst estimate.

  • Sony revives pet AI project with updated AIBO robot dog
    Reuters21 days ago

    Sony revives pet AI project with updated AIBO robot dog

    Japan's Sony Corp said on Wednesday it has brought back AIBO more than a decade since it last made the robotic dog, as the electronics and entertainment firm seeks to rebuild its reputation for innovation after years of restructuring. The announcement comes a day after Sony confirmed its renaissance by forecasting its highest-ever profit this financial year, sending its shares surging to a nine-year high. AIBO is billed as a pet that behaves like a real dog using artificial intelligence (AI) to learn and interact with its owner and surroundings.

  • Sony Shows Market Leadership With Jump To 86 RS Rating
    Investor's Business Daily21 days ago

    Sony Shows Market Leadership With Jump To 86 RS Rating

    A Relative Strength Rating upgrade for Sony shows improving technical performance.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Nikkei advances to 21-yr high, robust earnings brighten mood

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  • Reuters21 days ago

    Sony revives pet AI project with updated AIBO robot dog

    Japan's Sony Corp said on Wednesday it has brought back AIBO more than a decade since it last made the robotic dog, as the electronics and entertainment firm seeks to rebuild its reputation for innovation after years of restructuring. The announcement comes a day after Sony confirmed its renaissance by forecasting its highest-ever profit this financial year, sending its shares surging to a nine-year high. AIBO is billed as a pet that behaves like a real dog using artificial intelligence (AI) to learn and interact with its owner and surroundings.

  • Barrons.com21 days ago

    Sony's Shares Surge 10% After Blowout Earnings

    Shares of Sony Corp (6758.JP) surged on Wednesday after the Japanese consumer electronics giant reported blistering 346% growth in operating profits and surprised analysts by guiding next quarter’s earning way above expectations. The stock was up more than 10% in Tokyo trading at 11 am. It's New York-listed American Depository Receipts (ADRs) closed up almost 12% on Tuesday. Barron’s recommended Sony (SNE) in it Asia Trader column last weekend.

  • Sony's Aibo Robotic Dog Is Back, With Some New Tricks
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    Sony's Aibo Robotic Dog Is Back, With Some New Tricks

    Sony Corp. is bringing back its iconic robotic dog, aibo.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Record profit forecast for a resurgent Sony sends shares to nine-year high

    Shares in Sony Corp soared to a nine-year high on Wednesday after it forecast record earnings that have vindicated its restructuring efforts and raised expectations of sustained momentum in profitability. Under Chief Executive Kazuo Hirai, the tech and entertainment giant has streamlined unprofitable electronics businesses and capitalised on the spread of smartphones with its image sensors. Citing robust sales of image sensors as well as high-end TVs, Sony hiked its full-year operating profit outlook to 630 billion yen (£4.15 billion), up 26 percent from an earlier forecast and 7.5 percent higher than an average analyst estimate.

  • Sony proft prediction throws bone to investors
    Reuters Videos21 days ago

    Sony proft prediction throws bone to investors

    Shares in Sony soared to a nine-year high on Wednesday after it forecast record earnings that have vindicated its restructuring efforts and raised expectations of sustained momentum in profitability. Laura Frykberg reports.