SEOUL (Reut【2020正版眼力生肖图 】ers) - South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (005930.KS) estimated on Friday earnings grew at the slowest pace in more than a year in the second quarter, as analysts said weak smartphone sales likely offset record high chip earnings. FILE PHOTO: The logo of Samsung Electron
ics is seen at its office building in Seoul, South Korea, March 23, 2018. RE【东方心经11期 】UTERS/Kim Hong-Ji/File PhotoSamsung shares fell 2 percent as the guid【二四六天天彩资料免费 】ance gave investors insight into how badly the decline in smartphone profi【管家婆四不像片 】tability is hurting the company&【883ooo老奇人玄机资料65838 】rsquo;s bottom line, after it warned in A【平码二中二 】pril of an earnings slowdown amid tougher competition. The world’s biggest maker of memory chips, smartphones and TVs said April-June operating profit would grow 5.2 percent to 14.8 trillion Korean won ($13.2 billion), just missing an average estimate of 14.9 trillion won from 1【香港马会第十九期资料 】8【2020判官歪解跑狗图 】 analysts polled by Thomson Reuters. While the chip business would【三七相随五知机猜一肖 】 post its seventh consecutive record quarterly profit, analysts say, lackluster smartphone earnings growth fueled concer【白小姐救世民网 】ns the mobile business is running out of 【管家婆马报彩图+今天 】ideas to underpin sales of its premium Galaxy devices. “It is going to be tough. The smartphone market is not growing anymore but the competition is intensif【白小姐三码中特会员图 】ying, said Lee【三更送客客已去解一肖 】 Won-sik, an analyst at Shinyoung Securities. Samsung shares are down about 【买马论坛 】12 percent this year on concerns o【www887488 com铁算盘 】ver slowing profit growth and a lack of technological innovation to drive smartphone sales. New monthly data released on Thursday by mobile p【112期资料图片 】hone market tracker Counterpoint Research highlighted Samsun【二四六天天好彩图片玄扑 】g’s problems, showing its latest Galaxy 9 Plus premium handset had been overtaken by Apple Inc’s (AAPL.O) iPhone 8 as the world’s top-selling smartphone due【三八期后配一三解一肖 】 to weak sales in Europe. Competition from che【2017跑狗玄机密图诗 】aper Chinese brands【六开彩香港今日正牌挂牌 】 like Xiaomi Corp (1810.HK) and Huawei have already seen Samsung lose market share in China and I【2020凤凰闲情马报今期特码资料 】ndia, the world’s top smartphone markets. CHIPPING AWAY While the smartphone business struggles, Samsung’s profits are being driven by strong global 【六和合开彩结果马会资料大全 】sales of DRAM a【三呼海萧动天地猜一肖 】nd NAND chips which account for about a third of its revenue. Overall 【不思桑梓返蟾宫猜一肖 】sales likely fell 4【今期唯指此家禽猜生肖 】.9 percent from a 【2020第12期马报 】year earlier to 58 trillio【小鱼儿玄机2站2016 】n won, Samsung said, versus analysts’ average forecast of 59.7 trillion won. The fi
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