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Market Pulse: Investors just don’t buy Nokia

Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - 04:11

May 14 - Nokia launches a new flagship phone, but shares tumble again. IHS analyst Dexter Thillien says Nokia – and Apple – still have to show that they can regain the initiative from Samsung.

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Brandish my friend from Nokia launched two day it's gonna be available to the public. In June at some point. 610 dollars is the guiding prize for now shares down about four and a half percent of the star. Let's get to I just globally inside electronics analyst Texas City and I'm Dexter Morris unimpressed by the satisfaction of front why don't. I -- he's just an incremental improvement to what the previous devices and I don't watch what they've done that the change of materials from the devices. Such yes chunky in sight and might have. The previous one but. He does that that companion -- factor than McCain needs to to be able to compete with an act of relaxed about 1000. Any sign they've got a game changing product to the -- Not really so -- I mean. I posted a scenario that they need to do they then the follow within a market beyond opera and sometime -- need to come on with something really you know it is. And really was a -- practice just to compel consumer. To go for the device and so -- they haven't been able to do -- -- you know can't we just -- just think however there. Is difficult because they're coming from beyond you've got two very strong practice in a market in output and something. The very -- trend of the one that can most of the profit and revenue. And Nokia's come from behind kind of you losing its market share from its previous few different business. And that or so much when Microsoft and windows through which has always struggled working to them about business -- go to companies which -- struggle with in this mosque from trying to make it again. How I don't think -- yeah you don't pass -- -- things aren't sure he has days are numbered. Yeah it is difficult for him because he's the one that put a strategy we -- Microsoft and Windows -- I think improving yes this year to kind of turn -- around. The kind of questions he begs a question that even if you -- cousin -- tragic. We're not can't be able to new comeback as a leader with another operating system when that -- him with somebody else are creeping into that and being a tough spot -- now you. -- -- bit I guess that's strength not his friend says there's some of these cheaper phones and emerging markets but the but but the markets that up is rather the margins -- fourteenth then that right. Martin sinful and did you feel different and -- function devices. -- -- -- have -- case having that dual strategists are trying to get to the median time market was indeed yes and then watching the ashes in kind of more of them European markets. But you've also got released from competition in -- market from kind of Chinese might structure. Using injury and being able to -- devices for this hundred dollars. I just I -- our -- on some sort of an apple. Apple seems to be losing momentum as well as is this year -- yet of Samsung is that it is not a story. Samsung does as the momentum. The scenes with apple is that. -- got a -- they got a great minority from needs for its from its -- isn't in this containment. We know went out or her own she's in your life so it. You're going -- -- -- -- consumers buying those devices and even announced one sort quite an alt well I think what upon needs. To regain some of these -- -- to -- to come back with something really know that they fester say we still there with him on the while mr. around and so that you know something continually run continue to operate because they're going to be just how -- is going forward. Okay that's the -- that up and you Tennessee's the other sexism watch and I European equities today shows and seven trends says internal time -- toward company said it had received a takeover approach. From a group including the Kuwait investment office shows and seven -- up as much as nineteen cents. Often news of the bid which is thought to value affirmative a five billion pounds. How about is it from us and I'll join us every day this time of what's moving on wind. Mexico it's.

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Market Pulse: Investors just don’t buy Nokia

Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - 04:11