RAK.F - Rakuten, Inc.

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed price. Currency in EUR
5.41
-0.26 (-4.59%)
As of 8:02AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous close5.67
Open5.41
Bid5.50 x 100000
Ask5.59 x 100000
Day's range5.41 - 5.41
52-week range5.39 - 11.00
Volume726
Avg. volume818
Market cap7.329B
Beta1.09
PE ratio (TTM)8.00
EPS (TTM)0.68
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.03 (0.61%)
Ex-dividend date2017-12-27
1y target estN/A
  • Japan’s FANG Trio Have No Teeth
    Bloomberg11 days ago

    Japan’s FANG Trio Have No Teeth

    With technology stocks in the U.S. hitting another record this month, Japan’s equivalent of the FANG group may appear too cheap to ignore. Portal operator Yahoo Japan Corp. and e-commerce company Rakuten Inc. have tumbled more than 25 percent this year, while instant-messaging service Line Corp. has lost about 11 percent.

  • The Wall Street Journal14 days ago

    [$$] Rakuten Acquires Shopping App Curbside

    Japan’s largest online retailer, Rakuten Inc., has acquired Curbside Inc., whose app enables shoppers to order online but pick up at stores.

  • Rakuten acquires mobile commerce startup Curbside
    TechCrunch15 days ago

    Rakuten acquires mobile commerce startup Curbside

    Tokyo-headquartered Rakuten, Japan's answer to Amazon, is acquiring the

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Rakuten weighs $1.8 billion bond issue to launch mobile service: Nikkei

    (Reuters) - Japanese e-commerce company Rakuten Inc will issue as much as 200 billion yen ($1.86 billion) to prepare for its entry into the country's mobile phone service market, the Nikkei business daily ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Rakuten weighs $1.8 billion bond issue to launch mobile service: Nikkei

    Rakuten plans to launch the service in October 2019 and spend about 600 billion yen to build the required infrastructure, including a nationwide wireless network, the Nikkei reported. Rakuten said last week it won government approval to offer mobile services as it expands into a market dominated by three major carriers — NTT DoCoMo Inc, KDDI Corp and SoftBank Group Corp. Rakuten is aiming to sign up at least 15 million subscribers.

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  • Reuters2 months ago

    Rakuten gets government approval for wireless operations

    Rakuten Inc said on Monday it won government approval to offer mobile services as the Japanese e-commerce company expands its business into a market dominated by three major carriers. Rakuten, which has also entered new areas such as online securities trading, aims to start offering mobile services in October 2019. The government hopes a new entrant will intensify competition in a market led by NTT DoCoMo Inc, KDDI Corp and SoftBank Group Corp.

  • Rakuten gets government approval for wireless operations
    Reuters2 months ago

    Rakuten gets government approval for wireless operations

    Rakuten Inc said on Monday it won government approval to offer mobile services as the Japanese e-commerce company expands its business into a market dominated by three major carriers. Rakuten, which has also entered new areas such as online securities trading, aims to start offering mobile services in October 2019. The government hopes a new entrant will intensify competition in a market led by NTT DoCoMo Inc, KDDI Corp and SoftBank Group Corp.

  • Rakuten's Reality Check
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Rakuten's Reality Check

    Going it alone will require significant capital expenditure.

  • RSA 2018 Outlook: The Dollar
    FX Empire3 months ago

    RSA 2018 Outlook: The Dollar

    Although the general assumption is for a weak US dollar in 2018, RSA anticipates that the dollar is very likely to surprise everyone this year with a strong performance.

  • Viber is launching Viber Communities, group chats for up to 1B users
    TechCrunch4 months ago

    Viber is launching Viber Communities, group chats for up to 1B users

    Messaging apps have seen a surge of popularity in recent years as people seek ways to communicate more directly than on social networks. Now messaging app Viber is introducing the biggest group chat of them all. In a bid to drive more usage and bring in more users to the app, Viber is launching a service called Viber Community, with group "limits" of up to 1 billion members -- that is, limited only by the number of people registered on Viber itself, which, it says, now has passed the 1 billion mark.

  • Rakuten will roll its $9B loyalty program into a new blockchain-based cryptocurrency, Rakuten Coin
    TechCrunch4 months ago

    Rakuten will roll its $9B loyalty program into a new blockchain-based cryptocurrency, Rakuten Coin

    Back in 2016, Amazon's Japanese rival Rakuten acquired Bitnet, a bitcoin wallet startup that it had previously invested in, to help it work on blockchain technology and applications. Today, one of the first fruits of that deal has come to light. The company is planning a new cryptocurrency called Rakuten Coin -- built on blockchain technology and the company's existing loyalty program, Rakuten Super Points -- which it plans to use to encourage loyalty services globally and to help customers to buy goods across different Rakuten services and markets. The news was announced by Rakuten's CEO Hiroshi "Mickey" Mikitani on stage at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, where he described Rakuten Coin as a "borderless" currency.

  • Amazon Faces a New Trio of Competitors in Japan
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    Amazon Faces a New Trio of Competitors in Japan

    Softbank, Yahoo Japan, and Aeon’s new alliance could cause headaches for Amazon.

  • Forget China: Walmart Is Looking to Beat Amazon in Another Asian Country
    Motley Fool5 months ago

    Forget China: Walmart Is Looking to Beat Amazon in Another Asian Country

    Walmart now sees itself as a direct competitor to Amazon. Look for e-commerce in Asia to heat up.

  • Wal-Mart Sharpens Online Edge, Join Forces With Rakuten
    Zacks5 months ago

    Wal-Mart Sharpens Online Edge, Join Forces With Rakuten

    Per the deal, Wal-Mart Stores (WMT) Rakuten and will work together to sell online groceries in Japan as well as eBooks and audiobooks in the United States.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Rakuten seeks to boost financial services with $415 million Asahi Fire & Marine deal

    Japan's Rakuten Inc said it planned to purchase Asahi Fire & Marine Insurance Co Ltd for about $415 million, strengthening its portfolio of financial services as its steps up efforts to diversify beyond conventional online shopping. Although Asahi Fire & Marine, majority owned by Nomura Holdings Inc, is a small player in Japan's $76 billion property and casualty insurance market, the acquisition would round out Rakuten's financial offerings that also include online securities trading, credit cards and life insurance. It would also help differentiate Rakuten's services as it seeks to ward off increased competition from Amazon and Yahoo Japan Corp which has eaten into its market share.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Rakuten seeks to boost financial services with $415 million Asahi Fire & Marine deal

    Japan's Rakuten Inc said it planned to purchase Asahi Fire & Marine Insurance Co Ltd for about $415 million, strengthening its portfolio of financial services as its steps up efforts to diversify beyond conventional online shopping. Although Asahi Fire & Marine, majority owned by Nomura Holdings Inc, is a small player in Japan's $76 billion property and casualty insurance market, the acquisition would round out Rakuten's financial offerings that also include online securities trading, credit cards and life insurance. It would also help differentiate Rakuten's services as it seeks to ward off increased competition from Amazon and Yahoo Japan Corp which has eaten into its market share.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Japan's Rakuten to acquire Asahi Fire for 45 billion yen

    Japanese e-commerce company Rakuten Inc said on Monday it would acquire Asahi Fire & Marine Insurance Co Ltd for 45 billion yen , its latest move to diversify beyond its online shopping site. Rakuten said ...

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Japan's Rakuten to acquire Asahi Fire for 45 billion yen

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese e-commerce company Rakuten Inc said on Monday it would acquire Asahi Fire & Marine Insurance Co Ltd for 45 billion yen ($413.6 million), its latest move to diversify beyond its ...

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Walmart to launch online grocery delivery in Japan in deal with Rakuten

    NEW YORK/TOKYO (Reuters) - Walmart has struck a partnership with e-commerce firm Rakuten Inc to launch an online grocery delivery service in Japan, its latest effort to forge an alliance with a popular homegrown chain to crack a competitive market. The world's largest retailer, Wal-Mart Stores Inc, said on Thursday the service will launch in the latter half of 2018. Walmart's leadership is looking for new ways to grow its international business, which is no longer the growth engine it once was, as it has grappled with economic woes in Brazil and competition from discount retailers in Britain.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Walmart to launch online grocery delivery in Japan in deal with Rakuten

    NEW YORK/TOKYO (Reuters) - Walmart has struck a partnership with e-commerce firm Rakuten Inc to launch an online grocery delivery service in Japan, its latest effort to forge an alliance with a popular homegrown chain to crack a competitive market. The world's largest retailer, Wal-Mart Stores Inc, said on Thursday the service will launch in the latter half of 2018. Walmart's leadership is looking for new ways to grow its international business, which is no longer the growth engine it once was, as it has grappled with economic woes in Brazil and competition from discount retailers in Britain.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Walmart to launch online grocery delivery in Japan in deal with Rakuten

    NEW YORK/TOKYO (Reuters) - Walmart has struck a partnership with e-commerce firm Rakuten Inc to launch an online grocery delivery service in Japan, its latest effort to forge an alliance with a popular homegrown chain to crack a competitive market. The world's largest retailer, Wal-Mart Stores Inc, said on Thursday the service will launch in the latter half of 2018. Walmart's leadership is looking for new ways to grow its international business, which is no longer the growth engine it once was, as it has grappled with economic woes in Brazil and competition from discount retailers in Britain.

  • Wal-Mart Joins Japan's Rakuten to Counter Amazon's Dominance
    Bloomberg5 months ago

    Wal-Mart Joins Japan's Rakuten to Counter Amazon's Dominance

    Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has forged another alliance to counter Amazon.com Inc., partnering with Japan’s Rakuten Inc. to sell e-books in the U.S. and improve its online grocery business in Asia’s second-largest ...

  • Walmart and Rakuten partner on grocery delivery in Japan, Kobo e-books and audiobooks in U.S.
    TechCrunch5 months ago

    Walmart and Rakuten partner on grocery delivery in Japan, Kobo e-books and audiobooks in U.S.

    Walmart today announced a major expansion in terms of its global e-commerce presence: the retailer is entering a strategic partnership with Tokyo-based Rakuten, which will see the companies collaborating on the launch of a new online grocery service in Japan, and the sale of e-readers, audiobooks and e-books in the U.S., via Rakuten-owned Kobo.

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