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What happened to Nokia stock?

Nokia stock rose about 40 percent and closed at $6.55 on Jan. 27 with more than a billion shares changing hands. Usually, investors move about 20 million Nokia shares on average in a day. Trading in NOK stock was halted several times as it kept hitting the NYSE’s circuit breaker. Nokia has gained nearly 60 percent in the past week.

Is Nokia a publicly traded company?

Nokia is a public limited company listed on the Helsinki Stock Exchange and New York Stock Exchange. It is the worlds 415th-largest company measured by 2016 revenues according to the Fortune Global 500, having peaked at 85th place in 2009. It is a component of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index.

Is Nokia stock a good buy at $5?

The stock usually corrects swiftly whenever technical traders appear to be driving it too fast. With that in mind, Nokia stock looks to be a good buy in the $5 price range.

What drove Nokia’s (Nok) price move in the latest trading session?

In the latest trading session, Nokia (NOK) closed at $6.02, marking a +0.5% move from the previous day. While Nokia (NOK) inks a deal with KDDI to support its transition to a fully-automated 5G core architecture, Bharti Airtel selects Juniper (JNPR) for network upgrade in India.

What was the last day of trading for Nokia stock?

The final day of trading was June 1, 2007 Nokia delisted from Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The final day of trading was March 16, 2012

What happened to Nokia’s business?

At its pinnacle in 2007, Nokia had 51% of global market share in mobile phones. To put that into context, Apple now has roughly 25% of global market share. From the highs of global dominance to the lows of nearing bankruptcy, Nokia’s phone business culminated in a sale to Microsoft for $7.2 billion in 2013.

Is Nokia a publicly traded company?

Nokia is a public limited company listed on the Helsinki Stock Exchange and New York Stock Exchange. It is the worlds 415th-largest company measured by 2016 revenues according to the Fortune Global 500, having peaked at 85th place in 2009.

What happened to Nokia’s SDRs?

Nokia delisted its Swedish Depository Receipts (SDRs) from Stockholm Stock Exchange. The final day of trading was June 1, 2007 Nokia delisted from Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

Is Nokia stock a buy at $6?

On June 3, Liberum Capital upgraded Nokia stock to a buy rating from a hold and raised the target price to 5.5 euros ($6.66) from 3.30 euros ($4.0). The new target price implies more than a 20 percent upside potential.

Should I buy or sell Nokia (Nokia)?

Stockchase rating for Nokia is calculated according to the stock experts signals. A high score means experts mostly recommend to buy the stock while a low score means experts mostly recommend to sell the stock.

What is the market value of Nokia?

Nokia shares rose slightly on June 3 and closed at $5.48 after trading between a low of $5.41 and a high of $5.68. At the closing, Nokia’s market value was $31 billion. Nokia has 5.6 billion shares outstanding. Is Nokia (NOK) stock undervalued?

Is Nokia stock a buy with 20 percent upside potential?

On June 3, Liberum Capital upgraded Nokia stock to a buy rating from a hold and raised the target price to 5.5 euros ($6.66) from 3.30 euros ($4.0). The new target price implies more than a 20 percent upside potential. Nokia carries a consensus target price of $5.78, which implies a 5.5 percent upside potential to the current price.

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