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Toshiba Corporation (6502.T)

Tokyo - Tokyo 延遲價格。貨幣為 JPY。
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5,690.00-6.00 (-0.11%)
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前收市價5,696.00
開市5,650.00
買盤5,683.00 x 無
賣出價5,692.00 x 無
今日波幅5,520.00 - 5,706.00
52 週波幅3,990.00 - 5,938.00
成交量1,991,000
平均成交量1,685,660
市值2.461T
Beta 值 (5 年,每月)0.77
市盈率 (最近 12 個月)13.21
每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)430.66
業績公佈日2022年8月10日 - 2022年8月15日
遠期股息及收益率130.00 (2.28%)
除息日2022年6月29日
1 年預測目標價5,190.50
  • Benzinga

    Bidders Offers Value Toshiba Up To $22B: Reuters

    Potential buyers for Japanese conglomerate Toshiba Corp (OTC: TOSYY) are mulling offering up to 7,000 yen ($51.41) per share, Reuters reported. The offer price, if realized, will value the company at about $22 billion, representing a 27% premium to Toshiba's share price of 5,501 yen as of Wednesday's close. Related: Toshiba Gets Privatization Proposals - Guess How Many Are Interested KKR & Co. Inc (NYSE: KKR), Baring Private Equity Asia, Blackstone Inc. (NYSE: BX), Bain Capital, Brookfield Asset

  • Reuters

    Exclusive-Bidders weigh offers valuing Toshiba at up to $22 billion -sources

    TOKYO/HONG KONG (Reuters) -Bidders for Toshiba Corp are considering offering up to 7,000 yen ($51.41) per share to take the troubled Japanese conglomerate private, three people familiar with the situation told Reuters, valuing the deal at about $22 billion. Toshiba, which is exploring strategic options, said this month it had received eight initial buyout proposals and two for capital alliances that would see it remain listed. The bidders are now discussing an offer price range of up to 7,000 yen a share with Toshiba's shareholders, the people said, representing up to a 27% premium to Toshiba's share price of 5,501 yen as of Wednesday's close.

  • Bloomberg

    Private Equity Giants Called Vultures Eye Breakthrough in Japan

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