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

KSE - KSE Delayed Price. Currency in KRW
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53,100.00+500.00 (+0.95%)
At close: 03:30PM KST
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Previous Close52,600.00
Open52,300.00
Bid53,300.00 x 0
Ask53,400.00 x 0
Day's Range51,800.00 - 53,600.00
52 Week Range51,800.00 - 80,800.00
Volume21,750,615
Avg. Volume12,609,544
Market Cap356.313T
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.99
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateOct 26, 2022 - Oct 31, 2022
Forward Dividend & Yield1,444.00 (2.68%)
Ex-Dividend DateJun 29, 2022
1y Target Est78,722.00
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Taiwan says U.S.-led 'Chip 4' group discussed supply chain resilience

    The United States has convened the first meeting of a working group of East Asian countries to discuss how to strengthen the semiconductor supply chain, a Taiwanese official said on Friday, after a two-year global chip crunch. The semiconductor shortage, which forced some carmakers to halt production, thrust chip powerhouse Taiwan into the spotlight and has made supply chain management a bigger priority for governments around the world. "We exchanged views at a first preliminary meeting, and hope everyone can discuss how to collaborate in the future on supply chain problems like the ones we recently encountered," Taiwan Economy Minister Wang Mei-hua Wang told reporters in Taipei.

  • Bloomberg

    ‘Hard Times’ as Big Memory Makers Cut Output on Supply Glut

    (Bloomberg) -- Micron Technology Inc. and Kioxia Holdings Corp., two of the world’s top memory chipmakers, are slashing production to cope with a steep plunge in demand.Most Read from BloombergMacKenzie Scott Files for Divorce From Science Teacher HusbandMeta to Cut Headcount for First Time, Slash Budgets Across TeamsTop Apple Executive Is Leaving After Making Crude Remarks in TikTok VideoStocks Plummet to 22-Month Low as Fed Hawks Circle: Markets WrapMarjorie Taylor Greene’s Husband Files for D

  • Bloomberg

    Micron to Get $320 Million From Japan to Make Advanced Chips

    (Bloomberg) -- Japan will subsidize US memory maker Micron Technology Inc.’s push to produce its new advanced chips in Hiroshima, as the tech sector braces for a collapse in demand. Most Read from BloombergMacKenzie Scott Files for Divorce From Science Teacher HusbandMeta to Cut Headcount for First Time, Slash Budgets Across TeamsTop Apple Executive Is Leaving After Making Crude Remarks in TikTok VideoStocks Plummet to 22-Month Low as Fed Hawks Circle: Markets WrapMarjorie Taylor Greene’s Husban