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Nokia Is Poised for Success Over the Next Few Years, but We Expect a Tough Business in the Long Term

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Business Strategy and Outlook

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Nokia’s biggest business supplies radio access network equipment and services to telecom carriers to build public wireless networks. The business is historically cyclical, but the world is currently in the early stages of the 5G upgrade cycle. Nokia has lost some market share to Ericsson in recent years, but it is still seeing its business rise due to 5G. It also benefits from the explicit or implicit exclusion of Huawei and ZTE equipment in many Western markets, as governments consider banning the Chinese vendors. In addition, carriers typically source from multiple vendors, so Ericsson’s rise is not a zero-sum game in any event.

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Business Description

Nokia provides telecom equipment and services that are used to build wireless and fixed-line networks, operating in four segments. The firm’s mobile networks segment, which sells equipment and services to telecom carriers to power public wireless networks, is its largest, followed closely by network infrastructure. Network infrastructure focuses on fixed networks, including infrastructure, solutions, and components for IP networks, optical networks, and submarine networks. Cloud and network services is a nascent segment catering to enterprises with “as-a-service” platforms. Nokia also has a sizable research division and patent business where the firm licenses technology used by handset providers, consumer electronics firms, and other firms making electronic and Internet of Things products.

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Karakaari 7
Espoo, FI-02610, FIN
Industry Communication Equipment
Employees 87,900

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FAQs for Nokia Oyj ADR Stock

Yes. NOK has a forward dividend yield of 1.26%. See NOK’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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NOK’s market cap is 27.43 Bil.
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NOK’s stock style is Large Core.
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NOK’s price/sales is 1.09.
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NOK’s price/forward earnings is 10.17.
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NOK’s price/book is 1.31.
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NOK’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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