SK hynix is engaged in the manufacture and sale of semiconductors and related devices. Co.'s memory semiconductors include dynamic random access memory ("DRAM") modules, multi-chip products (MCPs) and NAND flash memory semiconductors. Co.'s memory semiconductors are used for desktops, notebooks, smartphones, tablets, game consoles, MP3, PMP, USB drive, televisions, and digital cameras. Co. also develops non-memory semiconductors such as complementary metal oxide semiconductor image sensors used in digital imaging devices.
  • Ticker000660
  • ISINKR7000660001
  • ExchangeKorea Stock Exchange
  • SectorTechnology Hardware & Equipment
  • CountrySouth Korea

Increased risk weighs on SK HYNIX INCO., penalising its rating down to Slightly Negative

The independent financial analyst theScreener just lowered the general evaluation of SK HYNIX INCO. (KR), active in the Semiconductors industry. As regards its fundamental valuation, the title still shows 1 out of 4 possible stars. Its market behaviour, however, has slightly deteriorated and will be qualified as risky moving forward. theScreener considers that these new qualifications justify an overall rating downgrade to Slightly Negative. As of the analysis date May 1, 2020, the closing price was KRW 83,700.00 and its target price was estimated at KRW 70,078.80.

Sk Hynix Inc: 1 director maiden bought

A director at Sk Hynix Inc maiden bought 610 shares at 81,639.344KRW and the significance rating of the trade was 54/100. Is that information sufficient for you to make an investment decision? This report gives details of those trades and adds context and analysis to them such that you can judge whether these trading decisions are ones worth following. Included in the report is a detailed share price chart which plots discretionary trades by all the company's directors over the last two years clearly showing Close periods where trading activity is restricted under listing rules. The names ...

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Int'l Macro Vision: Sector Synopsis

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In our January 31 International Compass we presented a case for an incrementally improving overall global outlook, with the caveat that market bottoms tend to be a process that develops over many weeks. Since the end of January, not a lot has changed to alter our views. We remain constructive overall and continue to believe that global equities (MSCI ACWI) are going through a bottoming process. Opportunities exist but Sector leadership is mixed. In our February International Strategy, we explore various themes which lead to our overall constructive outlook, along with areas of the market wher...

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Int'l Equity Strategy Global equities were on a tear in early January, continuing the trend that began in 4Q2019. As global equities started to get extended, the coronavirus outbreak hit in mid-January, leading to some market setbacks and deterioration in market indicators as global growth expectations were dialed-in. Despite this deterioration, what was important to us was that there were not any breakdowns. Even the areas of the market most-directly affected by the outbreak -- China (MSCI China) and EM (MSCI EM) -- were not breaking down. To us, this was a reassuring sign of underlying stre...