|買盤||5,179.00 x 無|
|賣出價||5,187.00 x 無|
|今日波幅||5,118.00 - 5,240.00|
|52 週波幅||3,990.00 - 5,938.00|
|Beta 值 (5 年，每月)||0.77|
|市盈率 (最近 12 個月)||11.26|
|每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)||460.72|
|業績公佈日||2022年11月09日 - 2022年11月14日|
TOKYO (Reuters) -Shares of Tokyo Electric Power Co (Tepco) fell more than 7% on Wednesday after a news report that the Japanese power utility is considering joining a state-backed fund to buy Toshiba Corp. Tepco is considering joining a partnership between state-backed Japan Investment Corp and Japan Industrial Partners to bid for Toshiba, and is eyeing the conglomerate's nuclear business, Bloomberg News reported. Tepco spokesperson Ryo Terada told Reuters it was not true.
Such a level of opposition to company-backed candidates remains rare in Japan, although cases of rejection are on the rise as shareholder activism has begun to take root. Last year, Toshiba shareholders voted out the then-board chairman in a rebuke of the company after it was found to have colluded with the government in suppressing foreign investor interests. External director Mariko Watahiki, who opposed the candidacy of directors from Elliott Management and Farallon Capital Management, saw 23% of shareholders vote against her.
State-backed Japan Investment Corp (JIC) has hired SMBC Nikko Securities as its financial adviser for its pursuit of a potential equity investment in conglomerate Toshiba Corp, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters. Toshiba said this month it had received eight initial buyout proposals as well as two proposals for capital alliances that would see it remain listed. Japanese funds, including JIC, and a number of strategic players are looking to see how they can participate in the deal, Reuters reported last week, citing people familiar with the matter.