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Toshiba Corporation (6502.T)

Tokyo - Tokyo 延遲價格。貨幣為 JPY。
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5,605.00+18.00 (+0.32%)
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前收市價5,587.00
開市5,610.00
買盤5,604.00 x 無
賣出價5,616.00 x 無
今日波幅5,602.00 - 5,638.00
52 週波幅3,990.00 - 5,647.00
成交量1,170,300
平均成交量1,813,122
市值2.424T
Beta 值 (5 年,每月)0.77
市盈率 (最近 12 個月)12.71
每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)440.87
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 (2.34%)
除息日2022年6月29日
1 年預測目標價5,064.50
  • Reuters

    Exclusive-Toshiba to propose Elliott, Farallon executives join its board, sources says

    TOKYO (Reuters) -Toshiba Corp plans to propose giving two of its major hedge fund shareholders seats on its board, people familiar with the matter said, a move that could give foreign investors more influence over the troubled Japanese conglomerate. Toshiba plans to nominate executives from Elliott Management and Farallon Capital Management for board seats ahead of its annual shareholder meeting in June, said the people, who declined to be identified because the matter has not been made public. Three of the people said Toshiba would propose an Elliott executive, and two of them said it would also propose one from Farallon.

  • Reuters

    Japan set to allow foreign Toshiba bids if they comply with security rules

    Japan will not block foreign investors from buying industrial giants such as Toshiba Corp provided they comply with rules that govern the handling of sensitive infrastructure and technology, Japan's economic security minister said. "Economic activity is free," Takayuki Kobayashi said in an interview when asked whether officials would intervene in any foreign bid for Toshiba. Foreign private equity firms are vying for control of Toshiba in what will be a test of Japan's willingness to allow one of its established corporations to fall under foreign ownership.

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    Toshiba receives interest from 10 potential investors

    TOKYO (Reuters) -Japan's beleaguered Toshiba Corp said on Friday it has received interest from 10 potential investors after soliciting buyout offers. The conglomerate, long under pressure from activist shareholders, also announced a special dividend worth some $545 million, the second year in a row it has issued such a payout. Toshiba, which has since 2015 been bedevilled by accounting and governance crises, set up a special committee last month to explore strategic options including potential deals to go private after shareholders voted down a management-backed restructuring plan.