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Kakao Corp. (035720.KS)

KSE - KSE Delayed price. Currency in KRW
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121,500.00-1,000.00 (-0.82%)
As of 02:39PM KST. Market open.
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Previous close122,500.00
Open121,500.00
Bid121,500.00 x 0
Ask122,000.00 x 0
Day's range120,000.00 - 123,000.00
52-week range73,100.00 - 173,000.00
Volume1,665,092
Avg. volume3,871,650
Market cap52.669T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.96
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings date07 Feb 2022 - 11 Feb 2022
Forward dividend & yield30.00 (0.02%)
Ex-dividend date29 Dec 2020
1y target est156,179.00
  • Bloomberg

    Korea’s Largest Payments App More Than Doubles in Debut

    (Bloomberg) -- Kakao Pay Corp., South Korea’s largest mobile payments app, more than doubled in its debut in Seoul, following a rocky path to public markets that was marked by heightened regulatory scrutiny. Most Read from BloombergWhere Did All the Public Bathrooms Go?What It Means to Design a Space for ‘Care’COP26 Protests: Inflatable Cows, Megaphones and a RainbowThe Rising Pacific Forces a Native Village to Move. Who Will Pay?‘Airbnb Queen’ Says She’s Caught Up in Platform’s New York FeudSha

  • Reuters

    S.Korea's Kakao Pay doubles on debut, allaying fears of regulatory scrutiny

    South Korean financial services app Kakao Pay Corp more than doubled in its trading debut on Wednesday, zooming ahead of the country's established finance companies in value, as investors were enticed by its growth prospects. The stellar showing of Kakao Pay comes as a relief for investors who were worried about South Korea's heightened regulatory scrutiny of internet-based financial "platform" companies, and could indicate that an IPO boom in the country has room to run. Shares of Kakao Pay, which is backed by China's Ant Group, closed at 193,000 won on Wednesday after opening at double the IPO price of 90,000 won.

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