Samsung Electronics’ Market Cap Surpasses $400 Billion on AI Boom

Samsung Electronics’ market capitalization has surpassed $400 billion for the first time in three years, driven by strong demand for its advanced chips from artificial intelligence (AI) companies.

The South Korean tech giant’s shares have been on a gradual rise, and recently surged 4% to hit a three-year high of over 85,000 won ($63).

Foreign investors have been buying up a large amount of Samsung Electronics shares, with net purchases reaching 1 trillion won ($740 million) in the two weeks from March 19 to April 2. This shows their growing confidence in the Korean giant’s capabilities.

Samsung’s market capitalization now stands at $415.20 billion, but it still has a long way to go to catch up with other tech giants such as Apple. Apple’s market capitalization, which once topped $3 trillion, is currently at $2.607 trillion. Xiaomi’s market capitalization is $388.21 billion.

Analysts expect Samsung’s sales in the first quarter of 2024 to jump 14% from a year earlier, and operating profit to surge 711% to 5.19 trillion won ($3.8 billion).



The rise in Samsung’s market capitalization is a sign of the growing importance of AI in the global economy. AI companies are increasingly relying on Samsung’s advanced chips to power their products and services. This trend is likely to continue in the years to come, which bodes well for Samsung’s future growth.


Samsung Electronics is a global leader in the semiconductor industry, and its market capitalization is a reflection of its strong financial performance and bright future prospects. The company is well-positioned to benefit from the growth of AI, which is one of the most important technological trends of our time.

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