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Samsung and LG Electronics both see operating profit in Q2

삼성전자 2분기 영업이익 8조1463억원, LG도 ‘가전’의 힘으로 선방

Samsung Electronics saw its earnings soar as sales were boosted by millions working and learning from home during the virus pandemic.
LG also topped market expectations on strong home appliance sales.
Kim Sungmin has our top story.
Samsung Electronics’ operating profit for the second quarter of 2020 amounted to around six-point-eight billion U.S. dollars.
That is the largest figure since the final quarter of 2018.
The South Korean tech giant said that while its total sales were down some 5-point-6 percent on-year amid COVID-19, its operating profits were up 23-and-a-half percent.
Samsung says this was largely driven by the increased profitability of memory chips and displays…, along with high demand for the IT products people have been using during lockdowns.
For the latter half of 2020, Samsung says it expects demand to rebound on products like smartphones while seeing firm demand for memory chips with the release of new mobile and game console models.
But there are some analysts who think global demand for semiconductors could decline in the following quarter.
“As companies have already bought sufficient stock of semiconductors in the first half of the year, they will have to reduce purchases in the following quarters. This could lead to decline in sales of semiconductors in the third quarter.”
Samsung Electronics aims to improve earnings in the following quarter by cutting production costs and improving efficiency.
However, it says the pandemic remains a constant source of uncertainty.
LG Electronics also managed to see an operating profit of 410-million U.S. dollars for the same period.
That is around 24% down from the second quarter of the previous year…, but is still higher than market expectations.
Focusing on sales of premium home appliances and reducing production costs…, the company recorded its highest ever second quarter operating profit to sales ratio.
It attributed the figure to customers’ increased interest in health and hygiene…, which led to higher sales of products like its drying machines and Styler outfit cleaning machines.
LG Electronics is also keeping its eyes on the global business environment amid COVID-19 but expects to see demand for some products like TVs pick up in the second half of the year.
Kim Sung-min, Arirang News

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Samsung Electronics’ Q2 earnings beat expectations

코로나 이겨냈다…삼성전자 8조원 깜짝실적, LG전자 예상보다 선전

Despite the global pandemic, South Korea’s top electronics firms saw earnings surprise in the second quarter.
Samsung had a steep rise in estimated operating profit, and LG did better than expected.
Here’s Kim Jae-hee with a break down of the digits
Samsung Electronics’ earnings estimate in the second quarter of this year beat expectations, thanks to solid demand for semiconductor chips, as the COVID-19 pandemic encouraged more of a non-contact lifestyle.
In its earnings guidance on Tuesday, the tech giant said its operating profit for the April to June period this year was an estimated six-point-eight billion U.S. dollars.
This is a 22-point-seven-three percent increase from the same period last year, when it was roughly five-and-a-half billion dollars.
But COVID-19-induced shutdowns dragged down Samsung’s sales 7-point-three-six percent on-year to an estimated 43-point-6 billion dollars.
“Samsung Electronics’ better-than-expected chip business appears to be behind the company’s overall performance amid the COVID-19 pandemic.”
“Samsung Electronics’ second quarter earnings were better than expected, thanks to a rise in memory chip prices amid the increase in non-contact activities. The company’s semiconductor earnings might be stagnant in the third quarter, but with the smartphone and display sectors expecting solid results, the third quarter earnings overall are likely to further improve.”
But with the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic, and the bitter U.S.-China relationship, there are still downside risks.
“The global economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic still exists. On top of that, there’s also the risk of the semiconductor and display sector facing a downturn if U.S. sanctions fully hit Huawei in September.”
Meanwhile, LG Electronics posted an earnings decline for the second quarter, but still was above market consensus, thanks to its home appliance business exceeding expectations.
The company’s guidance report said its operating profit estimate in the second quarter was down 24-point-4 percent on-year and sales were down 17-point-9 percent.
The two companies will release their finalized figures later this month.
Kim Jae-hee, Arirang News.

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Samsung Electronics’ Q2 earnings beat expectations

코로나 이겨냈다…삼성전자 8조원 깜짝실적, LG전자 예상보다 선전

Despite the global pandemic, South Korea’s top electronics firms saw earnings surprise in the second quarter.
Samsung had a steep rise in estimated operating profit, and LG did better than expected.
Here’s Kim Jae-hee with a break down of the digits
Samsung Electronics’ earnings estimate in the second quarter of this year beat expectations, thanks to solid demand for semiconductor chips, as the COVID-19 pandemic encouraged more of a non-contact lifestyle.
In its earnings guidance on Tuesday, the tech giant said its operating profit for the April to June period this year was an estimated six-point-eight billion U.S. dollars.
This is a 22-point-seven-three percent increase from the same period last year, when it was roughly five-and-a-half billion dollars.
But COVID-19-induced shutdowns dragged down Samsung’s sales 7-point-three-six percent on-year to an estimated 43-point-6 billion dollars.
“Samsung Electronics’ better-than-expected chip business appears to be behind the company’s overall performance amid the COVID-19 pandemic.”
“Samsung Electronics’ second quarter earnings were better than expected, thanks to a rise in memory chip prices amid the increase in non-contact activities. The company’s semiconductor earnings might be stagnant in the third quarter, but with the smartphone and display sectors expecting solid results, the third quarter earnings overall are likely to further improve.”
But with the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic, and the bitter U.S.-China relationship, there are still downside risks.
“The global economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic still exists. On top of that, there’s also the risk of the semiconductor and display sector facing a downturn if U.S. sanctions fully hit Huawei in September.”
Meanwhile, LG Electronics posted an earnings decline for the second quarter, but still was above market consensus, thanks to its home appliance business exceeding expectations.
The company’s guidance report said its operating profit estimate in the second quarter was down 24-point-4 percent on-year and sales were down 17-point-9 percent.
The two companies will release their finalized figures later this month.
Kim Jae-hee, Arirang News.

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