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SoftBank Group Corp

9984.T

Latest Trade

6,661.00JPY

Change

119.00(+1.82%)

Volume

23,014,900

Today's Range

6,430.00

 - 

6,695.00

52 Week Range

5,996.00

 - 

10,695.00

As of on the Tokyo Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
6,542.00
Open
6,490.00
Volume
23,014,900
3M AVG Volume
270.52
Today's High
6,695.00
Today's Low
6,430.00
52 Week High
10,695.00
52 Week Low
5,996.00
Shares Out (MIL)
1,713.11
Market Cap (MIL)
11,476,600.00
Forward P/E
6.78
Dividend (Yield %)
0.66

Next Event

Dividend For 9984.T - 22.0000 JPY

Latest Developments

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About SoftBank Group Corp

SoftBank Group Corp. is a Japan-based company principally engaged in the communication and Internet related business. The Company operates in six business segments. Softbank segment is involved in the sale of mobile terminals, the provision of mobile communication services and fixed communication services in Japan. The Segment also sells mobile terminal accessories, PC software and peripherals. Sprint segment is involved in the provision of mobile communication services and others in the US. Yahoo segment conducts advertising business on the Internet, e-commerce business and membership service business. ARM segment is involved in the design of IP and related technologies for microprocessors, and the sale of software tools. Softbank Vision Fund and Delta Fund segment conducts investment activities in the technology area. Bright Star segment conducts distribution of mobile terminals overseas. The Company is also involved in Fortress and Fukuoka Softbank Hawks related business.

Industry

Communications Services

Contact Info

TOKYO PORTCITY TAKESHIBA Office Tower

1-7-1, Kaigan

MINATO-KU, TKY

105-7537

Japan

+81.3.68892000

https://group.softbank/

Executive Leadership

Masayoshi Son

Chairman of the Board, Executive President, Chairman of Subsidiary, Representative Director

Yoshimitsu Goto

Chief Financial Officer, Senior Managing Executive Officer, Chief Information Security Officer, President & CEO of Subsidiary, Director

Kentaro Kawabe

President & CEO of Subsidiary, Director

Ken Miyauchi

Chairman of Subsidiary, Director

Marcelo Claure

Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Executive Chairman and Chairman of Subsidiaries

Key Stats

1.73 mean rating - 15 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, JPY)

2019

9.6K

2020

6.2K

2021

5.6K

2022(E)

6.0K
EPS (JPY)

2019

634.075

2020

-478.500

2021

2,619.610

2022(E)

982.447
Price To Earnings (TTM)
2.96
Price To Sales (TTM)
1.97
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.06
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
2.06
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
197.97
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
114.67
Return on Investment (TTM)
16.45
Return on Equity (TTM)
11.69

Latest News

Latest News

SoftBank's Vision Fund sold 57 million Coupang shares for $1.69 billion

SoftBank Group's Vision Fund sold 57 million shares in South Korean e-retailer Coupang Inc for about $1.69 billion, according to a U.S. regulatory filing.

Boeing to name new government operations chief -sources

Boeing Co will name a former senior Ford Motor Co and Softbank executive as its head of government affairs, sources briefed on the matter told Reuters.

SoftBank makes first direct investment in Saudi company

SoftBank has made its first direct investment in Saudi Arabia, co-leading with a government-owned fund a $125 million financing rounding in communications company Unifonic, the start-up said.

SoftBank CEO Son says smart robots can revitalise Japan growth, competitiveness

SoftBank Group Corp Chief Executive Masayoshi Son on Wednesday said so-called smart robots can revitalise Japan's economy and competitiveness, doubling down on robotics just as the company's much-hyped "Pepper" robot prepares to bow out.

UK's Sunak says wave of foreign takeovers shows confidence in economy

British finance minister Rishi Sunak said on Tuesday he wanted to make it more attractive for companies to list in Britain, at a time when private equity firms have sought to take some well-known names private.

Home co-ownership platform Pacaso raises $125 million in round led by SoftBank

Pacaso, a property co-ownership sales and management platform launched only about a year ago, said on Tuesday it raised $125 million in a funding round led by SoftBank Group Corp's Vision Fund 2 which valued the company at $1.5 billion.

Corporate gift platform Sendoso raises $100 mln in round led by SoftBank

San Francisco-based Sendoso, a platform that makes it easy for companies to send gifts to clients or employees, said on Tuesday it raised $100 million in a round led by SoftBank Group’s Vision Fund 2.

SoftBank renews bet on Latin America with $3 billion fund

SoftBank Group Corp on Tuesday launched a $3 billion fund to invest in technology companies in Latin America in a bid to build on the success of its initial fund for the region, which has spent most of its capital.

Nubank partners with SoftBank-backed lending fintech Creditas

Brazilian financial startup Nubank has formed a partnership with SoftBank-backed lending fintech Creditas to offer loans to its clients, according to a joint statement on Monday.

Deutsche Telekom, Softbank move to toss T-Mobile merger suit

Deutsche Telekom AG and Japanese technology investor Softbank Group Corp have asked a Delaware state judge to toss a shareholder’s suit challenging transactions related to T-Mobile US Inc's $23 billion merger with Sprint Corp.

Japanese shares rise on recovery hopes; SoftBank shines

Japanese shares rose on Wednesday as investors scooped up cheap stocks on hopes of an economic rebound, while SoftBank Group surged after its share-swap deal with Deutsche Telekom.

Deutsche Telekom lifts T-Mobile U.S. stake in SoftBank swap deal

Deutsche Telekom has struck a $7 billion share-swap deal with SoftBank Group to increase its stake in U.S. unit T-Mobile and sold its Dutch unit in a major shake-up that strengthens the German group's transatlantic focus.

Softbank's Claure: We have gained access to upside in Deutsche Telekom stock

Softbank said on Tuesday it had gained access to future gains in the Deutsche Telekom share price through a complex share-swap deal under which the German group will raise its stake in U.S. unit T-Mobile.

Softbank agrees strategic share swap pact with Deutsche Telekom

Japan's Softbank Group said on Tuesday it had agreed a strategic partnership with Deutsche Telekom, Germany's main telecoms company, which will receive 45 million shares of T-Mobile US for 240 million of its shares.

Fitness tracker firm Whoop valued at $3.6 billion after SoftBank-led funding

Fitness tracker startup Whoop said on Monday it had raised $200 million in a Series F funding led by SoftBank's Vision Fund 2, valuing the company at $3.6 billion.

UK's Morrisons plans shareholder vote on CD&R deal in early October

British supermarket chain Morrisons, at the heart of a $9.5 billion bidding war, plans to hold a shareholder vote on the offer from U.S.-based private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R) around Oct. 5, it said on Friday.

WeWork wins U.S. govt contract as pandemic delays return-to-office plans

Office-sharing startup WeWork said on Thursday it had won a U.S. federal contract to provide flexible working options to government employees, as a spike in COVID-19 cases prompts employers to reconsider a complete return to offices.

CD&R vows to protect Morrisons pension rights after takeover

Private equity group Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R) said the pension rights of the Morrisons management team and employees will be "fully safeguarded" once its takeover offer for the British supermarket chain becomes effective.

Morrisons' pension trustees warn of risks from takeover

A takeover of Morrisons by either of its two suitors could "materially weaken" the security of the supermarket's pension schemes if no additional protection were agreed, the trustees said in a letter to the company published on Tuesday.

Microsoft invests $5 million in SoftBank-backed Oyo

Microsoft Corp has invested $5 million in SoftBank-backed Oyo, according to a regulatory filing, ahead of the Indian hotel chain's plan to go public.

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