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SoftBank Group Corp. (SFTBY)

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20.90+0.40 (+1.95%)
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Previous close20.50
Open20.75
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range20.65 - 21.04
52-week range16.78 - 33.00
Volume281,580
Avg. volume582,256
Market cap66.601B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.05
PE ratio (TTM)4.89
EPS (TTM)4.27
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.18 (0.85%)
Ex-dividend date29 Mar 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    With Alibaba stake cut, SoftBank's Son cools toward China tech

    TOKYO (Reuters) -SoftBank Group Corp's decision to sell down its Alibaba Group Holding stake for a $34 billion gain may be aimed at bolstering its finances, but it also underlines how CEO Masayoshi Son has cooled on China tech. Son was formerly one of the sector's biggest cheerleaders and Alibaba is his most famous bet, immensely profitable and for his fans, symbolic of his foresight and investing acumen. Amid a sharp market downturn, however, Son will reduce his conglomerate's stake in Alibaba to 14.6% from 23.7% by settling prepaid forward contracts, although the Chinese firm remains SoftBank's largest asset.

  • Bloomberg

    SoftBank-Backed Paytm Shares Drop as Proxy Adviser Seeks New CEO

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  • Bloomberg

    Masayoshi Son Is Now Down $4 Billion on His SoftBank Side Deals

    (Bloomberg) -- Masayoshi Son has now lost more than $4 billion on a series of side deals he set up at SoftBank Group Corp. to boost his compensation, a painful blow triggered by the broad downturn in the technology market. Most Read from BloombergStriking Drop in Stress Hormone Predicts Long Covid in StudyThe Fed’s Damage to the Housing Market May Last YearsThree Days After Vote, Result Hangs in the Balance: Kenya UpdateChina Has Painted Itself Into a Semiconductor CornerGarland Seeks to Unseal