Nokia

NYSE: NOK
$4.80
-$0.06 (-1.2%)
Closing price May 19, 2022
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Value investors frequently defend Nokia. They have had high hopes for 5G and have seen the company as a winner against Huawei. The problem is that Nokia has a very long history of disappointments.
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