Nokia Corp (NOK)
$4.46 0.18 (4.21%)
20:00 EDT NOK Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $4.46
Market Cap 25.12B
PE Ratio -18.58
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 33.12M
Day's Range 4.41 - 4.50
52-Week Range 2.34 - 5.77
Dividend & Yield 0.21 (4.66%)
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For years, Nokia stock has been a frustrating investment. But with geopolitical tensions pressuring the telecom equipment industry’s top contender, NOK looks mighty interesting for the contrarian.
By Thomas Niel
The year of 5G continues despite the coronavirus, but investors should take a wait-and-see approach with Nokia stock here.
From chipmakers to wireless networks, these 5G stocks offer potential investors a few different angles to play the upcoming 5G rollout.
Nokia's no tech titan, but the stock serves as a perfectly acceptable entry point into the 5G revolution.
The coronavirus has only delayed the transition to 5G, not taken it out of commission altogether. Therefore, the longer-term narrative for Nokia stock is still intact.
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There's no denying that the company will face challenges, but Nokia stock can still break through.
As its customers convert to 5G, Nokia will likely post higher market share growth. But NOK stock may not reflect market share gains yet.
Nokia's first-quarter report will be crucial for Nokia stock. Investors should watch for updates on 5G and the new CEO's performance.
Monday's big stock charts feature names that are in downward channels, which is usually a bad omen.
Nokia is not looking like a winner right now, especially as the coronavirus is likely to delay dividend payments for NOK stock.
Nokia’s success in race to equip global cellular carriers with 5G network equipment will be a key driver of NOK stock for the next few years.
Nokia stock could selloff significantly or rally abruptly. But the fate of NOK stock may be tied to the overall market at this point.
As a heavily-deflated 5G infrastructure play, NOK stock appealed to contrarians. But with the coronavirus outbreak worsening, it’s best to stay on the sidelines for now.
By Thomas Niel
After the recent sell-off, low expectations are baked into the NOK stock price. While risks remain, shares could be a great speculative buy.
Nokia CEO Rajeev Suri announced that he is stepping down after six years in the job. What does it mean for owners of NOK stock?
Corporate pleasantries are, well, pleasant, but NOK stock paints a different picture of how markets are digesting the executive shuffle. After falling 5.18% on Thursday on above-average volume, NOK stock enters Friday down 7.58% this week, confirming that it's going to take more than changes in the C suite to get investors excited about this name.
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