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

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80,100.00+1,600.00 (+2.04%)
At close: 3:30PM KST
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Previous close78,500.00
Open79,000.00
Bid80,000.00 x 0
Ask80,100.00 x 0
Day's range78,900.00 - 80,300.00
52-week range47,600.00 - 96,800.00
Volume16,344,242
Avg. volume19,090,674
Market cap538.991T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.94
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings date28 Jul 2021 - 02 Aug 2021
Forward dividend & yield3,001.00 (3.75%)
Ex-dividend date30 Mar 2021
1y target est54,903.00
  • IBM boss: Global computer chip shortage could last two years
    Yahoo Finance UK

    IBM boss: Global computer chip shortage could last two years

    Jim Whitehurst, president of the US tech company, told the BBC there was “a big lag between when a technology is developed and when a fabrication plant goes into construction and when chips come out".

  • Samsung boosts non-memory chip investment to $151 billion as S.Korea offers bigger tax breaks
    Reuters

    Samsung boosts non-memory chip investment to $151 billion as S.Korea offers bigger tax breaks

    SEOUL (Reuters) -Samsung Electronics on Thursday raised its planned investment in non-memory chips to 171 trillion won ($151 billion) through 2030, joining a rush of firms ramping up investments amid a global semiconductor shortage. Countries have also been working to bolster chip supply chains as the chip shortage affects production in industries such as autos. Some 153 chip companies including global No.1 and 2 memory chip makers Samsung and SK Hynix already have plans to invest a combined 510 trillion won or more between this year and 2030, according to the Korea Semiconductor Industry Association.

  • Financial Times

    Samsung braces for challenge from US and China in global chip wars

    When Chinese leader Xi Jinping, US president Joe Biden and Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, each set out plans to spend billions to reduce dependence on foreign-made computer chips, the global supply chain looked set to be reshaped. “For the foreseeable future I believe we can maintain our market share, if not increase it,” a senior Samsung executive told the Financial Times at a factory south of Seoul. The US, China and Europe are vying to boost investment in the sector after a pandemic-related car chip shortage exacerbated fears of relying on foreign manufacturers of critical technologies.