|Day's range||75,100.00 - 76,300.00|
|52-week range||56,200.00 - 86,000.00|
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South Korea's LG Electronics Inc estimated that its second-quarter operating profit rose 14 percent from a year ago, but fell short of expectations as the mobile division's struggles likely continued. LG, the world's No.2 television maker by sales behind Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, reported a preliminary April-June profit of 664 billion won ($574.49 million), versus a Thomson Reuters StarMine SmartEstimate of 755 billion won from a poll of 18 analysts. "It's likely that the mobile division's losses were well over 100 billion won, while profitability for both the television and appliances businesses were a bit weaker than what we had anticipated," Dongbu Securities analyst S.R. Kwon said.
Rating Action: Moody's revises outlook on LG Electronics' Baa3 rating to stable from negative. Global Credit Research- 26 Jun 2017. Hong Kong, June 26, 2017-- Moody's Investors Service has changed LG Electronics ...
Whirlpool Corp, the world's largest maker of home appliances, said on Tuesday that Jeff Fettig will step down on Oct. 1 after 13 years as chief executive and will be replaced by the firm's current chief operating officer, Marc Bitzer. Whirlpool shares rose more than 0.7 percent in after-market trading following the news. Fettig, 60, has served as CEO since 2004 and will remain as chairman of the board of the Benton Harbor, Michigan-based company.