TOSH.SW - Toshiba Corporation

Swiss - Swiss Delayed price. Currency in CHF
2.809
0.000 (0.000%)
At close: 9:03AM CEST
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Previous close2.809
Open2.809
Bid2.500 x 0
Ask3.000 x 0
Day's range2.809 - 2.809
52-week range1.639 - 3.907
Volume200
Avg. volume1,306
Market cap11.77B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)-2.60
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Tokyo's Nikkei stock index closes at 21-year high
    AFP10 days ago

    Tokyo's Nikkei stock index closes at 21-year high

    Tokyo's benchmark stock index the Nikkei 225 rose 0.28 percent, or 57.76 points, to end at 20,881.27 Wednesday -- its best finish since December 1996

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  • Reuters - UK Focus18 days ago

    Bain aims to buy Japan advertising agency Asatsu-DK for $1.4 bln

    TOKYO, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 2 (Reuters) - U.S. private equity firm Bain Capital (Other OTC: CGHC - news) aims to buy Japan's third-largest advertising agency, Asatsu-DK Inc, for 152 billion yen ($1.35 billion) in one of the largest buyouts in Japan this year, it said on Monday. Bain plans to buy all of Asatsu-DK's shares from existing holders, including top shareholder WPP, for 3,660 yen a share, a 15.4 percent premium over Monday's close.

  • Tokyo stocks open lower as yen picks up
    AFP22 days ago

    Tokyo stocks open lower as yen picks up

    Toshiba rose 1.30 percent to 310 yen on investor relief over the embattled industrial conglomerate's announcement late Thursday that it had signed a deal to sell its memory chip business to a group led ...

  • Toshiba signs $18bn deal to sell chip unit to Bain Capital
    AFP23 days ago

    Toshiba signs $18bn deal to sell chip unit to Bain Capital

    The $18-bn deal is seen as crucial to keeping the struggling Toshiba afloat

  • Dollar extends yen gains in Asia as Fed, BoJ diverge
    AFPlast month

    Dollar extends yen gains in Asia as Fed, BoJ diverge

    The surprisingly hawkish Fed statement sent the dollar surging across the board in New York and traders extended the gains in Asian trade

  • Toshiba shares drop as battle over $18bn chip unit sale looms
    AFPlast month

    Toshiba shares drop as battle over $18bn chip unit sale looms

    Toshiba's US chip factory partner Western Digital has vowed to keep trying to block the $18 billion sale to a group that includes Apple and Dell

  • Dollar extends gains in Asia as Fed heads for rate hike
    AFPlast month

    Dollar extends gains in Asia as Fed heads for rate hike

    The surprisingly hawkish Fed statement sent the dollar surging across the board in New York and traders extended the gains in Asian trade

  • Toshiba says sells chip unit to Bain Capital for around $18 bn
    AFPlast month

    Toshiba says sells chip unit to Bain Capital for around $18 bn

    Troubled conglomerate Toshiba is to sell its chip business for $18 billion

  • Apple, Dell join bid to buy Toshiba's chip business: US fund
    AFPlast month

    Apple, Dell join bid to buy Toshiba's chip business: US fund

    Toshiba said last week it had picked the Bain Capital-led consortium as the leading candidate to buy its prized chip business in a deal reportedly worth some $18 billion

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    S.Africa could restart nuclear tender process soon - Necsa chairman

    South Africa could restart a procurement process for its nuclear expansion project as soon as next month but the government still has to determine the exact timing, the chairman of South Africa's state nuclear agency Necsa said on Friday. South Africa is planning to build several new nuclear reactors with a combined capacity of 9,600 megawatts, which could be one of the world's biggest nuclear deals in decades. The plans were disrupted this year when South Africa's High Court ruled that a nuclear cooperation pact with Russia was unlawful, after which the government started to draw up new pacts with countries with nuclear expertise.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    U.S. nuclear firm Westinghouse sees end to bankruptcy proceedings in 2018

    U.S. nuclear reactor maker Westinghouse does not expect to come out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings before the end of 2017 but hopes to complete restructuring in early 2018, its CEO said. Cost overruns at four nuclear reactors it was building in the United States pushed Westinghouse, a unit of Japan's Toshiba Corp, into bankruptcy in March.

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    Rosatom aims to start building Turkish nuclear plant in early 2018

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  • Toshiba picks US-led consortium for chip business sale
    AFPlast month

    Toshiba picks US-led consortium for chip business sale

    The sale is seen as crucial for the struggling Toshiba to plug massive losses at its US nuclear division, Westinghouse Electric

  • Toshiba says three groups vying for prized chip unit
    AFP2 months ago

    Toshiba says three groups vying for prized chip unit

    Embattled Toshiba must sell the money-making chip unit to survive as one of Japan's best-known firms struggles to plug multi-billion-dollar losses at its US nuclear power division, Westinghouse Electric...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-Brexit smoke and mirrors

    Is Brexit all smoke and mirrors? Certainly a fug of vagueness persists over much the British government's negotiating stance on the issues so far on the table, while its position papers this week on those coming up have in many cases looked at how to "mirror" existing arrangements with the EU (it even used the term explicitly in yesterday's contribution). Today its critics say there will be further sleight of hand as the government tries to finesse Prime Minister Theresa May's forthright pledge that Britain will escape the clutches of the Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice.

  • Smartphone screen maker Japan Display cutting 30% of workforce
    AFP2 months ago

    Smartphone screen maker Japan Display cutting 30% of workforce

    Nobuhiro Higashiiriki, chairman and CEO of Japan Display, talks about the restructuring plans during a press conference

  • Toshiba shares jump as delisting fears ease
    AFP2 months ago

    Toshiba shares jump as delisting fears ease

    Toshiba, one of Japan's best-known firms, has grappled with multi-billion dollar losses at its US nuclear unit Westinghouse Electric

  • Construction of two nuclear power plants in US halted
    AFP3 months ago

    Construction of two nuclear power plants in US halted

    The US is the world's leading producer of nuclear energy but the sector accounts for less than 10 percent of total American energy production

  • Deal sidelines bid to block sale of Toshiba chip unit
    AFP3 months ago

    Deal sidelines bid to block sale of Toshiba chip unit

    Toshiba, the world's number-two supplier of memory chips, has been ordered by a US court to announce beforehand any deal to sell its flash memory venture

  • SK Hynix posts 'best-ever' quarterly profit
    AFP3 months ago

    SK Hynix posts 'best-ever' quarterly profit

    The operations floor of an SK Hynix plant in Icheon, South Korea

  • US judge pauses quest to block sale of Toshiba chip unit
    AFP3 months ago

    US judge pauses quest to block sale of Toshiba chip unit

    The sale of Toshiba's chip division, reportedly worth about 2.0 trillion yen ($18 billion), is seen as crucial for the cash-strapped company to plug massive losses at its US nuclear division, Westinghouse ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    S.Korea's KEPCO in talks with Toshiba over stake in UK nuclear project

    South Korea's Electric Power Corp is in negotiations to buy a stake in Toshiba's NuGen nuclear project in Britain, a KEPCO executive said on Wednesday. "We are in negotiations with Toshiba to take ...

  • Toshiba says deal to sell memory chip business delayed
    AFP4 months ago

    Toshiba says deal to sell memory chip business delayed

    The sale of Toshiba's prized chip business is seen as crucial to plug massive losses

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