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Samsung Engineering Co Ltd

028050.KS

Latest Trade

23,750.00KRW

Change

400.00(+1.71%)

Volume

1,502,395

Today's Range

23,050.00

 - 

23,850.00

52 Week Range

9,960.00

 - 

28,150.00

As of on the Korea Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
23,350.00
Open
23,450.00
Volume
1,502,395
3M AVG Volume
85.72
Today's High
23,850.00
Today's Low
23,050.00
52 Week High
28,150.00
52 Week Low
9,960.00
Shares Out (MIL)
196.00
Market Cap (MIL)
4,576,600.00
Forward P/E
13.29
Dividend (Yield %)
--

Next Event

Q3 2021 Samsung Engineering Co Ltd Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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Samsung Engineering Q4 Operating Profit $72 Mln, Up 20% From Year Earlier

Samsung Engineering Q3 Operating Profit $89 Mln, Up 0.3% From Year Earlier

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About Samsung Engineering Co Ltd

Samsung Engineering Co Ltd is a Korea-based company principally engaged in the non-chemical engineering business. The Company operates its business through two segments. The Non-chemical segment builds non-chemical plants, including information and communication technology production facilities; industrial plants such as pharmaceuticals, tires, steel and materials; environmental plants related to water circulation, such as water, fresh water and sewage. The Chemical segment constructs plants such as oil refining, petrochemicals, gas, upstream and others.

Industry

Construction Services

Contact Info

Global Engineering Center

26, Sangil-ro 6-gil, Gangdong-gu

05288

South Korea

+82.2.20533000

http://www.samsungengineering.co.kr

Executive Leadership

Seong An Choi

Executive Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer

Jae Hun Choi

Vice President, Director

Ju Seong Jung

Vice President, Director

Hong Namgoong

Vice President

Chang Min Ahn

Managing Director

Key Stats

1.89 mean rating - 27 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, KRW)

2018

5.5K

2019

6.4K

2020

6.7K

2021(E)

6.9K
EPS (KRW)

2018

350.000

2019

1,493.000

2020

1,249.000

2021(E)

1,757.100
Price To Earnings (TTM)
16.17
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.69
Price To Book (MRQ)
2.65
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
13.91
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
6.62
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
1.07
Return on Investment (TTM)
15.07
Return on Equity (TTM)
5.57

Latest News

Latest News

How Samsung's ownership may change as heirs take over from late Chairman Lee

South Korea's powerful Lee family faces a battle to maintain control of Samsung Group, the country's biggest conglomerate, following the death of patriarch and group Chairman Lee Kun-hee.

Lee's death sparks hope for Samsung shake-up, dividends

Shares in Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and affiliates rose on Monday after the death a day earlier of Chairman Lee Kun-hee sparked hopes for stake sales, higher dividends and long-awaited restructuring, analysts said.

Lee Kun-hee, who made South Korea's Samsung a global powerhouse, dies at 78

Lee Kun-hee, who built Samsung Electronics into a global powerhouse in smartphones, semiconductors and televisions, died on Sunday after spending more than six years in hospital following a heart attack, the company said.

Samsung's Lee: tainted titan who built a global tech giant

In February 1993, five years after taking over from his father at South Korea's Samsung Group, 51-year-old Lee Kun-hee was frustrated that he wasn't making his mark.

Factbox: Samsung's Lee leaves behind $21 billion wealth for inheritance

Lee Kun-hee, South Korea's richest person and chairman of Samsung Electronics Co <005930.KS>, died on Sunday, leaving behind considerable assets subject to be potentially inherited by his surviving family as well as inheritance tax.

Samsung's Lee: tainted titan who built a global tech giant

In February 1993, five years after taking over from his father at South Korea's Samsung Group, 51-year-old Lee Kun-hee was frustrated that he wasn't making his mark.

Samsung's Lee leaves behind $21 billion wealth for inheritance

Lee Kun-hee, South Korea's richest person and chairman of Samsung Electronics Co, died on Sunday, leaving behind considerable assets subject to be potentially inherited by his surviving family as well as inheritance tax. [nL1N2HG01W]

CORRECTED-OBITUARY-Samsung's Lee: tainted titan who built a global tech giant

In February 1993, five years after taking over from his father at South Korea's Samsung Group, 51-year-old Lee Kun-hee was frustrated that he wasn't making his mark.

Mexican government unveils winners for new oil refinery work

Mexico's government on Friday unveiled the winners of contracts to build and develop an ambitious new oil refinery, which include Samsung Engineering and KBR.

S.Korean stocks jump on bargain-hunting after MSCI EM rebalance

Round-up of South Korean financial markets:

S.Korea stocks climb on foreign buying; won gains

* KOSPI index rises, foreigners net buyers * Korean won strengthens versus U.S. dollar * South Korea benchmark bond yield rises Seoul, June 3 (Reuters) - Round-up of South Korean financial markets: South Korea's KOSPI stock index extended gains on Monday as foreign investors...

Bahrain's Bapco sees oil trading opportunities as it expands refinery

Bahrain plans to commission its expanded oil refinery by early 2023, allowing it to sell and trade more petroleum products in the Gulf region and Asia, the chief executive of state-owned oil company Bapco said.

South Korea's construction sector feels chill from Moon policies

Jeong Myeong-in drives his dump truck up to 800 km (500 miles) a day across South Korea to find work and sleeps only three hours a night to keep up payments on his truck. He still counts himself luckier than other drivers with no cash to pay for fuel.

Abu Dhabi studying tenders for developing Taweelah desalination plant

Abu Dhabi's Department of Energy said on Sunday it was studying tenders for developing the Taweelah desalination plant.

S.Korean stocks slump to near 23-month low, bond yields down

Round-up of South Korean financial markets: ** South Korea's KOSPI stock index fell 1.5 percent on Monday, extending its decline into a fifth session and hitting its lowest in almost 23 months, on continued selling by foreign and local investors. Bond yields fell after the...

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