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Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (005930.KS)

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75,900.00-2,400.00 (-3.07%)
At close: 03:30PM KST
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Previous close78,300.00
Open76,800.00
Bid75,900.00 x 0
Ask76,000.00 x 0
Day's range75,700.00 - 77,000.00
52-week range65,800.00 - 86,000.00
Volume29,072,130
Avg. volume21,121,282
Market cap504.207T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.85
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings date25 July 2024 - 29 July 2024
Forward dividend & yield1,444.00 (1.90%)
Ex-dividend date28 Mar 2024
1y target est103,156.00
  • Reuters

    Amid chants and K-pop, Samsung union stages rare rally for fair wages

    Against a backdrop of K-pop performances and dance music, more than 2,000 unionised workers from Samsung Electronics gathered in Seoul on Friday, holding a rare rally to demand the South Korean technology giant pay fair wages. Over the last two years, the National Samsung Electronics Union (NSEU) has seen its membership swell four-fold to about 28,000, or more than a fifth of the company's total workforce, union officials said. Jay Y. Lee, chairman of Samsung Electronics, had at the time publicly apologised for scandals over union-busting tactics and declared an end to a "no-union" philosophy.

  • Reuters

    Exclusive-Samsung's HBM chips failing Nvidia tests due to heat and power consumption woes, sources say

    SEOUL/SINGAPORE (Reuters) -Samsung Electronics' latest high bandwidth memory (HBM) chips have yet to pass Nvidia's tests for use in the U.S. firm's AI processors due to heat and power consumption problems, three people briefed on the issues said. The problems affect Samsung's HBM3 chips, which are the fourth-generation HBM standard currently most used in graphics processing units (GPUs) for artificial intelligence, as well as fifth-generation HBM3E chips that the South Korean tech giant and its rivals are bringing to market this year, they said. The reasons for Samsung failing Nvidia's tests are being reported for the first time.

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    SEMIFIVE Signs MOU with Atron Technologies to Collaborate on Semiconductor Design

    SEMIFIVE, a leading design solution provider and pioneer of platform-based custom silicon solutions, has announced its agreement of MOU with China-based Atron Technologies, on May 23, 2024. Through this agreement, SEMIFIVE and Atron Technologies will collaborate on comprehensive semiconductor design and turnkey manufacturing, seeking potential customers in China and onsite technical support.