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- South Korean stocks ended low on Friday over valuation pressure.
- KRX reported KOSPI to retreat 20.21 points.
- Samsung Electronics stocks lost 1.48 percent to 86,800 won.
- Samsung Biologics moved down 0.25 percent...
- S. Korean stocks end high on Wednesday over auto and tech stocks.
- The KRX benchmark KOSPI rose 21.89 points.
- Hyundai Motor lost 0.96 percent.
- Samsung Electronics stocks gained 0.23 percent.
- S. Korean stocks end 2 percent higher on Tuesday trading.
- KOSPI rose 78.73 points to close at 3,092.66 points.
- Hyundai Mobis spiked 6.65 percent to 345,000 won.
- Samsung Electronics stocks advanced 2.35 percent ...
- South Korean stocks open low on Monday morning over profit-taking.
- The KRX benchmark KOSPI fell 23.77 points.
- Samsung Electronics stocks fell 1.48 percent.
- SK Hynix stocks advanced 1.18 percent.
- South Korea stocks ended low over investors booking profits.
- The KOSPI fell 64.03 points or 2.03 percent.
- Samsung Electronics stocks fell 1.9 percent to 88,000 won.
- LG Chem stocks ended at 3.07 percent to 979,0...
- Samsung debuts new Galaxy S21 series phones featuring BTS, Leenalchi.
- The new Galaxy S21 series comes in three models.
- The standard Galaxy S21 will go on sale in South Korea with a price tag of US$910.
- Samsung ...
- S. Korean stocks close nearly flat over gains in chip and auto issues.
- KOSPI benchmark rose 1.64 points.
- Samsung Electronics stocks were unchanged to 89,700 won.
- SK Hynix lost 1.88 percent.
- South Korean stocks end high on Wednesday.
- The South Korean benchmark KOSPI rose 22.34 points.
- Samsung Electronics stocks retreated 0.99 percent.
- SK Hynix stocks rose 3.10 percent.
- South Korean stocks end low as investors cashed in gains.
- Seoul stocks benchmark KOSPI dropped 22.5 points.
- Samsung Electronics stocks retreated 0.44 percent.
- SK Hynix stocks fell 3.01 percent.
- S. Koreans stocks opened low on its Monday morning trading over profits.
- The benchmark KOSPI fell by 1.76 points.
- Samsung Electronics shares advanced 3.83 percent.
- Hyundai Motor shares surged 3.83 percent. ...
- S. Korean stocks end high over hopes of U.S stimulus.
- KOSPI rose at 63.47 points.
- Samsung Electronics advanced at 0.85 percent.
- LG Chem stocks rose at 8.09 percent.
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- S. Korea’s Samsung electronics expects an operating profit of $8.2 billion in Q4 2020.
- From October-December 2020 Samsung projects sales at 61 trillion won.
- Samsung’s mobile unit is expected to post an operati...
- S. Korea’s top 100 firms record surge in their market value over past 5 years.
- The combined market capitalization of these firms stood at US$1.61 trillion.
- Samsung Electronics Co. market value remains at the top wit...
- S. Korean firms to showcase new innovations at CES 2021 in online exhibition.
- The firms have been sponsored by Samsung Electronics Co. and LG Electronics Inc.
- More than 1,950 firms will be taking part in CES 2021. ...
- S. Korea expects exports of chips to top at US$100 billion in FY 2021.
- The expected projection is said to increase by 10.2 percent on-year to $109.3 billion in 2021.
- The country’s two leading memory chipmakers are S...
- Samsung, Hyundai, LG and other conglomerates here are abiding by their corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities by bolstering their support for the community as many people are experiencing difficult times amid the COVID-19 pandemic, industry sources said Wednesday.
- Samsung Electronics said Friday that it has stepped in to bring in its largest-ever set of executive promotions by more than clearly doubling the number of vice presidents.
- This it indulged in to improve the firm's reactive agility in responding to the rapidly-changing busi...
- In spite of the COVID-19 pandemic, global foundry companies are expected to see their sales grow exponentially in 10 years in 2020.
- Market research firm TrendForce forestalled on Nov. 19 that global foundry sales will increase 23.8 percent in 2020 from the previous year. ...
- A media report from Taiwan concluded that TSMC, the world’s No. 1 foundry based in Taiwan, has brought in advance more than half of EUV lithography equipment that will be manufactured by ASML of the Netherlands in 2021.
- The reason Samsung is investing in EUV l...
- Financial subsidiaries of South Korea’s largest multinational Samsung Group announced Thursday that they would put an end to investment projects linked to coal-power businesses as part of their goal to run operations in an environmentally mature and responsible manner.