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SBI Holdings Inc (8473.T)

8473.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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¥1,518
Open
¥1,520
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Volume
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8473.T

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About

SBI Holdings, Inc. is a financial company. The Company operates in three business segments. The Financial Service segment is engaged in the provision of financial products and related services focusing on securities, banks and insurance. The Asset Management segment operates and manages investment partnerships, investing in... (more)

Overall

Beta: 2.50
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥338,863.69
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 224.56
Dividend: 40.00
Yield (%): 2.98

Financials

  8473.T Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 8.74 16.25 20.36
EPS (TTM): 172.74 -- --
ROI: 3.13 1.34 0.42
ROE: 10.50 4.81 15.66

BRIEF-SBI Holdings unit SBI AXES to fully acquire 3 other units

* Says its unit SBI AXES, will fully acquire 3 other units including SBI Social Lending Co Ltd, SBI Remit Co Ltd and SBI Business Solution Co Ltd on April 18

Mar 31 2017

BRIEF- SBI Holdings sells all stake in Kubota Pharmaceutical Holdings

* Says 3rd biggest shareholder SBI Holdings, Inc. sold all 6,196,869 shares in the company on Feb. 28

Mar 16 2017

BRIEF-SBI Holdings, Kiwoom Securities to collaborate on fintech investment in Asia - Nikkei

* SBI Holdings and South Korea's Kiwoom Securities will collaborate on financial technology investment and other operations in Asia - Nikkei Source text - (http://s.nikkei.com/2mG7JEs) Further company coverage:

Mar 14 2017

SBI to sell $266 million stake in life insurance arm to KKR, Temasek

MUMBAI State Bank of India has agreed to sell a 3.9 percent stake in its life insurance arm to affiliates of KKR and Temasek [TEM.UL] for 17.94 billion rupees ($266 million), the nation's biggest lender said on Friday.

Dec 09 2016

SoftBank's Son pledges $50 billion, Foxconn eyes U.S. expansion as Trump woos Asian firms

NEW YORK Two of Asia's biggest technology companies said they were looking to expand investment in the United States, as President-elect Donald Trump pushes to bring manufacturing and jobs back home. | Video

Dec 07 2016

BRIEF-Japan's SBI launches Islamic fund for southeast asia - Nikkei

* Japan's SBI launches Islamic fund for Southeast Asia - Nikkei

Nov 04 2016

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