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LG Electronics Inc. (066570.KS)


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Previous close52,800.00
Open52,300.00
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Day's range52,300.00 - 53,000.00
52-week range44,700.00 - 66,100.00
Volume35
Avg. volume665,979
Market cap8.97T
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  • The Wall Street Journal7 days ago

    [$$] U.S. Trade Officials Back Whirlpool Washer Dumping Complaint

    U.S. trade regulators ruled Tuesday that Whirlpool Corp.’s South Korean rivals unfairly harmed the Michigan-based appliance maker by selling washing machines in the U.S. at artificially low prices.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    U.S. trade panel upholds duties on Chinese-made Samsung, LG washers

    U.S. regulators on Tuesday upheld hefty tariffs on Samsung and LG brand residential washing machines manufactured in China, saying these products were sold below cost, harming American appliance makers including Whirlpool Corp. The U.S. International Trade Commission voted unanimously to impose final duties on the products of up to 52.5 percent following a Commerce Department probe last year. The decision locks the duties in place for five years, but Samsung Electronics Co Ltd and LG Electronics Inc have largely shifted production for the U.S. market away from China to Thailand and Vietnam.

  • CES 2017: The top trends in new TVs
    Yahoo Finance11 days ago

    CES 2017: The top trends in new TVs

    For many, many years, the message of CES for television owners boiled down to “here’s why your TV sucks.” But as picture quality has increased upwards, the amount of set suckage inflicted by keeping last year’s model has diminished. So what’s a TV vendor supposed to do to get you to retire a perfectly adequate high-definition TV for something newer and shinier, preferably with a healthy profit margin?