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SoftBank Group Corp. (SFT.F)

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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34.37-0.63 (-1.81%)
As of 08:01AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close35.00
Bid35.04 x 30000
Ask35.46 x 30200
Day's Range34.37 - 34.37
52 Week Range32.05 - 48.80
Avg. Volume1,489
Market Cap50.257B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.04
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-13.27
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.32 (0.92%)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 30, 2023
1y Target Est48.74
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    SoftBank-Backed Oyo to Reduce Planned IPO Amid Tech Headwinds

    (Bloomberg) -- Oyo Hotels is reducing the shares it aims to sell via a stock-market debut by about two-thirds, an effort by its founder to get the sale done even after tech valuations plunged. Most Read from BloombergSaudi National Bank Chair Resigns After Credit Suisse RemarkFirst Citizens to Buy SVB After Biggest Failure Since 2008Binance and Its CEO Sued by CFTC Over US Regulatory ViolationsStocks Pare Gains on Tech Weakness; Bonds Retreat: Markets WrapThe once-high-flying company is preparin

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    SoftBank Sees Year-End IPO Window for Latin American Companies

    (Bloomberg) -- SoftBank Group Corp. sees Colombian delivery app Rappi Inc. going public as soon as the end of this year or early next if global markets stabilize. Most Read from BloombergFBI Releases Files on Ivana TrumpSchwab’s $7 Trillion Empire Built on Low Rates Is Showing CracksBanks in France Face More Than $1.1 Billion Fines After RaidsBinance and Its CEO Sued by CFTC Over US Regulatory ViolationsMarkets Are Wrong on US Rate-Cut Bets, BlackRock Says“Companies in a mature stage like Rappi

  • Reuters

    Softbank-owned Arm seeks to raise prices ahead of U.S. IPO - FT

    The British chip designer recently notified several of its customers of a "significant shift" to its business model, the newspaper said, citing several industry executives and former employees. Arm intends to alter its royalty program, ceasing to charge chipmakers royalties for using its designs based on a chip's value, and instead charge device makers based on the value of the device, the report said. As a result of this change, Arm anticipates generating multiple times more revenue for each design it sells, since the value of an average smartphone far exceeds that of a single chip.