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NAVER Corporation (NHNCF)

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115.00-3.00 (-2.54%)
At close: 03:45PM EDT
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Previous Close118.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range115.00 - 115.00
52 Week Range115.00 - 115.00
Avg. Volume0
Market Cap23.908B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.97
PE Ratio (TTM)23.37
EPS (TTM)4.92
Earnings DateAug 02, 2024 - Aug 06, 2024
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateDec 27, 2023
1y Target EstN/A
  • Bloomberg

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    (Bloomberg) -- Webtoon Entertainment Inc. filed for a US initial public offering after backer Naver Corp. this year accelerated plans for the market debut of the online comics operator.Most Read from BloombergKey Engines of US Consumer Spending Are Losing Steam All at OnceHomebuyers Are Starting to Revolt Over Steep Prices Across USMnuchin Chases Wall Street Glory With His War Chest of Foreign MoneySaudi Arabia Puts Wall Street on Notice to Set Up Shop in RiyadhModi Set for Landslide Election Wi

  • Associated Press Finance

    South Korea stresses need for fair treatment for Line chat app operator Naver

    South Korea vowed Friday to protect its companies operating in other markets after Japanese regulators told LY Corp., which runs the popular chat app Line, to reduce its dependence on Naver, the Korean partner in the venture. The Japanese side instructed LY to improve its governance and rely less on Naver after the leak of more than 300,000 records, including information of Line users.

  • Reuters

    SoftBank in talks with Naver over control of Line operator LY

    SoftBank CEO Junichi Miyakawa said on Thursday that the Japanese telecommunications firm is in talks with South Korea's Naver over control of LY Corp, which operates the popular messaging app Line. Naver said last week that "very unusual" administrative guidance from the Japanese government over a data leak last year required it to reduce its control of LY Corp, which is majority owned by a joint venture between SoftBank and Naver. LY Corp admitted in November last year that there had been unauthorised access of its systems by a third party via Naver's cloud system.