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Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (005935.KS)

KSE - KSE Delayed price. Currency in KRW
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74,200.00-100.00 (-0.13%)
At close: 3:30PM KST
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Previous close74,300.00
Bid74,100.00 x 0
Ask74,200.00 x 0
Day's range73,900.00 - 74,400.00
52-week range44,400.00 - 86,800.00
Avg. volume1,417,104
Market cap543.959T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.94
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield3,002.00 (4.04%)
Ex-dividend date30 Mar 2021
1y target est43,833.00
  • Financial Times

    Huawei’s fall hits growth of Sony’s chip business

    Growth of Sony Group’s semiconductor business has slowed, reflecting a plunge in shipments of image sensors for smartphones to Huawei Technologies as a result of the US-China trade war. Although Sony has avoided a fall in the volume of shipments thanks to orders from other Chinese smartphone makers, the recovery of earnings appears likely to be delayed until the fiscal year of April 2022 to March 2023 because of weakened demand for sensors for high-end smartphones. As Samsung Electronics of South Korea, which is strong in processing sensors for midrange smartphones, catches up, Sony is halfway towards recapturing the smartphone market.

  • Samsung Boss Could Be Set Free by One of His Biggest Critics

    Samsung Boss Could Be Set Free by One of His Biggest Critics

    (Bloomberg) -- For most of Moon Jae-in’s presidency, the prosecution of Samsung Group’s de facto leader was the clearest evidence he could cite to show South Korea was rolling back preferential treatment for the country’s powerful tycoon class. Now, he’s considering whether to free Jay Y. Lee from jail in a decision that could shape his final year in office.The dramatic reversal reflects South Korea’s claustrophobic politics, where government leaders and big business are so dependent on each oth

  • Biden Needs More Than $52 Billion to Counter China in Chips

    Biden Needs More Than $52 Billion to Counter China in Chips

    (Bloomberg) -- President Joe Biden’s blueprint for the U.S. semiconductor industry marks an ambitious effort to set industrial policy for a critical sector of the economy, but the strategy will need more money and global support to take back chip supremacy and preempt a rival effort from China.The White House on Tuesday outlined a sweeping plan to secure the conduits for critical products from medicines to chips, responding in part to the growing economic and political sway of its Asian rival. S