SFT.F - SoftBank Group Corp.

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
92.69
-0.64 (-0.69%)
At close: 7:10PM CEST
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Previous Close93.33
Open90.97
Bid92.06 x 30000
Ask92.72 x 30200
Day's Range90.41 - 92.69
52 Week Range54.98 - 95.45
Volume3,114
Avg. Volume3,030
Market Cap97.791B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.51
PE Ratio (TTM)6.48
EPS (TTM)14.31
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.35 (0.41%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-03-27
1y Target EstN/A
  • Financial Times3 days ago

    Uber sets $7.3bn valuation on self-driving car unit

    The deal announced on Thursday fills in a piece of Uber’s valuation puzzle as it prepares to pitch investors on its listing, expected early next month. The company was aiming to raise as much as $10bn at a valuation up to $100bn, according to people familiar with the matter.

  • Toyota, SoftBank fund, Denso invest $1 billion in Uber
    Associated Press3 days ago

    Toyota, SoftBank fund, Denso invest $1 billion in Uber

    TOKYO (AP) — Japan's top automaker Toyota, auto parts maker Denso and internet company SoftBank's investment fund are investing $1 billion in car-sharing Uber's technology unit.

  • Uber's self-driving unit valued at $7.25 billion in new investment
    Reuters3 days ago

    Uber's self-driving unit valued at $7.25 billion in new investment

    Uber's autonomous vehicle unit has raised $1 billion from a consortium of investors including SoftBank Group Corp, giving the company a much-needed funding boost for its pricey self-driving ambitions on the eve of its public stock offering. Uber Technologies Inc said on Thursday that the investment values its Advanced Technologies Group, which works to develop autonomous driving technology, at $7.25 billion. SoftBank will invest $333 million from its $100 billion Vision Fund, while Toyota Motor Corp and automotive parts supplier Denso Corp will invest a combined $667 million.

  • Uber’s Self-Driving Arm Gets $1 Billion Investment Ahead of IPO
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Uber’s Self-Driving Arm Gets $1 Billion Investment Ahead of IPO

    Denso Corp., Toyota Motor Corp. and SoftBank Group Corp.’s Vision Fund bought stakes in the self-driving unit, valuing the arm at $7.25 billion, according to a statement. The deal will help Uber, which tallied a $3 billion operating loss last year, to continue funding a very costly endeavor. The autonomous-car investment is the second major deal struck in the weeks leading up to the IPO.

  • CNBC3 days ago

    Uber announces $1 billion investment into its self-driving car group, weeks before going public

    Uber's Advanced Technologies Group (ATG), which works on self-driving vehicles, has netted an investment from the SoftBank Vision Fund ($333 million), Denso and Toyota ($667 million combined). The deal will value the ATG at $7.25 billion and create a new entity with its own board. Uber released its public IPO filing in April and is expected to debut at a valuation of up to $100 billion in May.

  • Benzinga3 days ago

    Uber To Sell Minority Stake Of Its Autonomous Vehicle Unit To Japanese Consortium

    Uber Technologies is planning to sell a 14 percent stake in its autonomous vehicle unit to existing investor Softbank, Japanese automaker Toyota, and auto parts manufacturer Denso ahead of its much-anticipated initial public offering (IPO), which is expected to happen in May. Though it could be argued that Uber's self-driving car unit holds the ticket to Uber's eventual profit realization, replacing all human-driven taxis on its payroll is currently more utopian than a reality. The self-driving unit has had a prickly past, with Uber spending over $20 million a month on its development since its inception in 2016, and a total of over $1 billion on the unit – thus making it a constant in the company's mounting overall cash burn. Uber's hopes had a major jolt in March 2018, after one test run in Arizona ended up in an accident, killing a pedestrian crossing the street.

  • Uber nears investment deal for self-driving car unit - WSJ
    Reuters4 days ago

    Uber nears investment deal for self-driving car unit - WSJ

    SoftBank, Toyota Motor Corp and Japanese auto-parts supplier Denso Corp are expected to invest a total of $1 billion as part of the deal, which could be announced in the next few days, the report said. SoftBank closed its $8 billion investment in Uber in January 2018, which gave it a 16 percent stake in the ride-hailing company and made it the largest shareholder. SoftBank and automaker Honda Motor Co have invested a total of $5 billion for acquiring separate minority stakes in Cruise.

  • Uber nears investment deal for self-driving car unit: WSJ
    Reuters4 days ago

    Uber nears investment deal for self-driving car unit: WSJ

    SoftBank, Toyota Motor Corp and Japanese auto-parts supplier Denso Corp are expected to invest a total of $1 billion as part of the deal, which could be announced in the next few days, the report said. SoftBank closed its $8 billion investment in Uber in January 2018, which gave it a 16 percent stake in the ride-hailing company and made it the largest shareholder. SoftBank and automaker Honda Motor Co have invested a total of $5 billion for acquiring separate minority stakes in Cruise.

  • TheStreet.com4 days ago

    Uber Close to Securing SoftBank Investment in Its Self-Driving Unit - Report

    that would value its self-driving car unit at $7.25 billion, sources told the Wall Street Journal Wednesday. are expected to invest a total of $1 billion in the unit as part of the deal, which could be announced within the next few days, according to the Journal. The investment would add another layer to the company's pending initial public offering, which is scheduled for early May.

  • Benzinga4 days ago

    Today's Pickup: Softbank Investments Pegged At $60 Billion

    A Reuters' analysis reveals the scope of Japan's SoftBank Group Corp investments in new mobility services. It undoubtedly contributed to Uber Freight's growth. - Steve Banker, vice president of supply chain services, ARC Advisory Group (Forbes) Did you know?

  • Financial Times5 days ago

    Investors cool on Chinese education start-up

    FT subscribers can click here to receive Tech Scroll Asia by email. A reality check on 5G telecoms, after some excitement last week, forms our biggest theme with Huawei and SoftBank sounding ponderous. Don’t miss Tik Tok, the runaway Chinese video-sharing app that has been brought to heel in India.

  • Financial Times5 days ago

    Uber’s self-driving unit eyes $7.3bn valuation

    with SoftBank’s Vision Fund and other investors that would value its self-driving unit at $7.25bn, according to two people familiar with the matter. The deal would allow Uber to retain operational control of ATG while reducing the burden of the cash-intensive development and commercialisation of self-driving technology, which it sees as critical to its long-term future.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Nikkei hits 4-1/2-month high on Japan-U.S. trade optimism, upbeat China data

    Japan's Nikkei advanced to a 4-1/2-month high on Wednesday as automakers rallied on hopes of progress in Japan-U.S. trade talks, while companies with large exposure to China gained on upbeat Chinese economic ...

  • SoftBank Sold All $4.5 Billion in Bonds on First Day
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    SoftBank Sold All $4.5 Billion in Bonds on First Day

    Nomura Holdings Inc., Daiwa Securities Group Inc. and other brokerages were able to cover the entire portion on Monday, and one underwriter received 1.4 times as much demand as the bonds that were for sale, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the information isn’t public. SoftBank last Friday priced the notes maturing in April 2025 at a coupon of 1.64 percent, compared with a preliminary range of 1.3 percent to 1.9 percent. This time, SoftBank will give a blue-color travel bag as a gift to the purchasers.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Inside SoftBank's push to rule the road

    SoftBank Group Corp leader Masayoshi Son has much bigger ambitions for transportation than simply seeing his investment in Uber Technologies Inc turn into more than $13 billion when the company goes public next month. The extent of those investments, based on a Reuters analysis of publicly available data and interviews with a dozen sources familiar with SoftBank's investment strategy, has not previously been reported. Key partners in Son's quest are Uber, the U.S. ride services leader, and Japan's Toyota Motor Corp.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    SoftBank picking its battles with U.S. national security committee

    SoftBank Group Corp has agreed to give up board seats and access to sensitive information, take a more passive role in startups and make other concessions to get government clearance for its technology deals in the United States. SoftBank's investment style has made it a frequent visitor of a U.S. government group known as the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), charged with reviewing foreign investment for national security and competitive risks. "We know the deals are going to be reviewed," Marcelo Claure, chief operating officer of SoftBank Group Corp, said in an interview with Reuters this week.

  • SoftBank's Son Stands to Double $7.7 Billion Stake in Uber IPO
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    SoftBank's Son Stands to Double $7.7 Billion Stake in Uber IPO

    SoftBank Group Corp.’s Vision Fund owns 16.3 percent of the world’s biggest ride-hailing company, according to Uber’s filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchanges Commission on Thursday. Uber is reported to seek a valuation of between $90 billion and $120 billion for the initial public offering planned in May, putting SoftBank’s share between $15 billion and $20 billion. In addition to Uber, SoftBank has poured more than $10 billion into China’s Didi Chuxing, $3 billion into Southeast Asia’s leading provider Grab and $2.25 billion in General Motor Co.’s self-driving unit Cruise.

  • Why this strategist won't be buying Softbank
    CNBC Videos5 days ago

    Why this strategist won't be buying Softbank

    Andrew Jackson of SooChow CSSD Capital Markets (Asia) weighs in on the impact of Uber's initial public offering on Softbank, which has a stake in the ride-hailing firm.