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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 63.392.015 von teecee1 am 20.04.20 21:47:49SoftBank warns of $9.6bn investment losses due to coronavirus

Kana Inagaki in Tokyo, Financial Times • April 30, 2020

SoftBank has warned of a writedown of more than ¥1tn ($9.6bn) on investments held outside its huge Vision Fund, as the coronavirus crisis piles new pressure on founder Masayoshi Son's bet on struggling WeWork. p The Japanese technology group's widened loss forecast, announced on Thursday, came just two weeks after SoftBank flagged a ¥1.8tn blow to its $100bn, Saudi-backed technology fund, underscoring the depth of its exposure to the market turmoil sparked by the pandemic. ...

https://finance.yahoo.com/m/fb3e50b0-8159-38e3-b1e1-fa2d3f8e…


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SoftBank to write down WeWork by $6.6 billion, compounding portfolio misery

By Sam Nussey, Reuters • April 30, 2020

TOKYO (Reuters) - SoftBank Group Corp <9984.T> said it sees a loss of around 700 billion yen ($6.6 billion) for the year ended March on the portion of its WeWork investment held outside the Vision Fund, as the virus compounds woes at one of the firm's biggest bets.

The hit extends the group's expected net loss to 900 billion yen as investments made via the $100 billion fund sour, with the latest writedown illustrating how the group is racing to keep pace with the deteriorating value of its portfolio.

"Every writedown takes Wework's carrying value closer to reality. Clearly the value is zero," said Kirk Boodry, an analyst at Redex Holdings.

SoftBank is embroiled in a legal dispute with directors at WeWork after backing out of a $3 billion tender offer agreed when it bailed out the office-sharing firm following a flopped IPO attempt last year.

The tech conglomerate has poured more than $13.5 billion into WeWork, one of a string of troubled bets by CEO Masayoshi Son that have laid waste to SoftBank's full-year earnings.

The group maintained its forecast of a record annual operating loss of 1.35 trillion yen announced earlier this month.

The darkening future for WeWork with customers in lockdown comes as deep-seated problems from SoftBank's cash-fuelled push for rapid expansion are being compounded by the coronavirus out ...

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/softbank-sees-8-4-billion-001…


... :rolleyes: ... Bilanzfälschung ... wissentlich ... nachträglich ... Verlust - Spekulation ...

... Deutsche Bank ebenfalls ... erst wird ein Gewinn gemeldet ... 5 Tage später ... ähhh wir haben doch einen Verlust gemacht ... 43 Mil 💶 ...

... :rolleyes: ... es sieht eher so aus, als hätte er die KonTrolle verloren bzw. er hatte sie nie gehabt ... man verlasse sich auf andere ...



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finanzen.ch
30.04.2020 | 07:05

SoftBank erwartet 8,4 Milliarden Dollar Verlust nach Abschreiber

Tokio (awp/sda/reu) - Der japanische Konzern SoftBank hat aufgrund seiner Beteiligung am Büroausstatter WeWork im ersten Quartal 2020 einen Verlust von rund 6,6 Milliarden Dollar (6,4 Milliarden Franken) erlitten. Der Nettoverlust des Konzerns steige auf rund 8,4 Milliarden Dollar, teilte das Unternehmen mit. Das Technolgie-Konglomerat ...

https://www.finanznachrichten.de/nachrichten-2020-04/4952135…


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... :rolleyes: ... vorausschauender Investor ... die Glasmurmel ... GlasNudel ... ReagenzGlas ...


Revidierte Vorausschau
Softbank erwartet jetzt Verlust von 7,8 Milliarden Euro


Von Patrick Welter, Tokio - Aktualisiert am 30.04.2020-09:11

Das Debakel um den Büroraumvermieter Wework kommt Japans Softbank Group noch teurer zu stehen als bekannt. Der Tech-Investor schreibt seine Interessen in dem amerikanischen Unternehmen nun um 6 Milliarden Euro ab.

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Der japanische Technologieinvestor Softbank Group verbucht weitere Abschreibungen auf seine ...


Die gesenkte Verlustvorschau verdeutlicht, wie sehr Softbanks Milliarden-Investitionen in Wework auch unter dem Einfluss der Coronavirus-Pandemie auf den Investor zurückfallen. ...

https://www.faz.net/aktuell/wirtschaft/digitec/softbank-erwa…


... :rolleyes: ... sein eigenes UnVermögen ... mein KI-Chip hat versagt ... nix Hirn ... Corona VIR Biotech ... Zwangsimpfung vs Zwangsjacke ...


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Exclusive: SoftBank-backed Oyo to offload more loss-making hotels amid pandemic - sources

By Aditi Shah and Anirban Sen, Reuters • April 29, 2020

NEW DELHI/BENGALURU (Reuters) - India's Oyo Hotels and Homes, backed by SoftBank Group <9984.T>, plans to offload more properties around the world, three sources familiar with the matter said, as the coronavirus pandemic prompts it to speed up a retreat from a rapid global expansion.

The hospitality sector has been one of the worst affected by the coronavirus outbreak, with global and domestic travel coming to a near-halt.

While Oyo does not plan to completely exit any market, it will either terminate or not renew contracts with loss-making hotels, two of the sources said.

A fourth source aware of the plans added that Oyo had already ditched a number of loss-making properties as part of a broader restructuring that began last year.

The source also said the company may furlough additional staff in countries where travel curbs to prevent the spread of the virus persist for several months, making it difficult for hotels to operate.

The retreat comes just a year after a heady expansion beyond India and China into Europe, ...

https://news.yahoo.com/exclusive-softbank-backed-oyo-offload…


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April 22, 2020 / 9:48 AM / 8 days ago
SoftBank-backed OYO cuts pay of all India employees: internal memo
Aditi Shah

3 Min Read


NEW DELHI (Reuters) - SoftBank Group-backed OYO Hotels and Homes has cut salaries of all employees in India by 25% for four months starting in April and also put some of its staff on leave without pay, according to an internal memo reviewed by Reuters. ...

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-oyo/so…

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SoftBank Group | 39,51 €
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 63.514.394 von teecee1 am 30.04.20 11:47:04Being a Sore Loser Doesn't Make WeWork’s Neumann Wrong

Tim Culpan, Bloomberg News

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- To be frank, it doesn’t even matter whether SoftBank Group Corp. was right, morally or legally, to walk away from its deal to double down on a stake in The We Co.

It’s also irrelevant whether WeWork founder Adam Neumann comes off as a sore loser for filing a lawsuit to chase down billions of dollars for shares in a company built on a questionable business model that ultimately led to the collapse of a sky-high valuation, and which looks even more bleak as the Covid-19 pandemic throws doubt on the future of cramped, transient office work.

What’s really important is whether Neumann, who was forced out of the office-rental startup last year when SoftBank bailed it out following a scrapped initial public offering, has any hope at all of extracting more money from the Japanese investment vehicle led by Masayoshi Son. His chances of doing so are greater than zero, which makes even the most unlikely lawsuit a good bet.

Look at it from SoftBank’s point of view. ...

https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/being-a-sore-loser-doesn-t-make-…


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SoftBank-Backed Home-Flipping Company Says It's Time To Resume Buying Properties

by Tyler Durden
Tue, 05/05/2020 - 08:40


Opendoor, a company backed by SoftBank that specializes in buying homes and flipping them, says now is time to get back into the market.

Far be it for us to question motives here at Zero Hedge, but one also must dryly note that their survival as a company likely depends on the market picking up, as well. The company's main service allows owners to sell their homes without open houses or in-person closings, according to Bloomberg. ...


And while growing home inventory and a potential lack of buyers remain obvious looming risks for Opendoor, Opendoor's performance as a company remains a risk for Softbank. One big happy house of cards family.

https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/softbank-backed-home-flipp…


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California sues Uber, Lyft over misclassifying drivers as contractors

Reuters May 5, 2020

By Tina Bellon


(Reuters) - California's attorney general on Tuesday sued Uber Technologies Inc <UBER.N> and Lyft Inc <LYFT.O> for classifying its drivers improperly as independent contractors instead of employees, evading workplace protections and withholding worker benefits.

Several California cities joined the state in its lawsuit, saying the companies' misclassification harms workers, law-abiding businesses, taxpayers, and society more broadly.

Shares in Uber and Lyft dropped briefly but recovered shortly after the lawsuit was announced during a virtual news conference by the attorneys general. ...


California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said Uber and Lyft drivers lacked basic worker protections, including ...

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/california-sues-uber-lyft-ove…

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SoftBank Group | 39,35 €
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 63.573.033 von teecee1 am 05.05.20 20:50:25 Kalifornien verklagt Uber und Lyft auf Angestelltenrechte

Hunderte Millionen Dollar sollen Uber und Lyft zahlen, meint die Staatsanwaltschaft. Sie hätten Chauffeure fälschlich als Selbständige eingestuft.

04:55 Uhr
Von Daniel AJ Sokolov


Uber und Lyft müssen sich vor einem Gericht des Staates Kalifornien verantworten, weil sie Chauffeure als Selbständige behandeln. Die Staatsanwälte Kaliforniens, San Franciscos, Los Angeles' und San Diegos wollen die Chauffeure als Mitarbeiter behandelt wissen und erheben Klage. Verlieren die Unternehmen den Rechtsstreit, würde die das hunderte Millionen US-Dollar kosten.

Denn nicht nur müssten sie Strafen zahlen, sondern auch Mindestlohn, Arbeitslosen-, Unfall- und Krankenversicherung, sowie, zusätzlich zum Lohn, die Betriebskosten der Autos übernehmen. Hinzu kämen verpflichtende Arbeitspausen, bezahlter Krankenstand und bezahlte Elternzeit. Manche Chauffeure wünschen sich das, andere nicht, weil damit die Flexibilität bei der Wahl von Arbeitszeit und -ort verloren ginge, und sie wohl auch nicht mehr für mehrere Vermittler gleichzeitig bereit sein könnten.

Welchem Geschäft gehen Uber und Lyft nach?

https://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/Kalifornien-verklagt…


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Miguel Cordon · 4h ago · 2 min read
Uber to let go of up to 700 employees in India, sources say

With India’s nationwide lockdown being extended until May 17, ride-hailing giant Uber has reportedly been planning to lay off roughly 500 to 700 of its employees in the country. ...

https://www.techinasia.com/uber-700-staff-india

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SoftBank Group | 39,30 €
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 63.578.634 von teecee1 am 06.05.20 11:29:05 ... :rolleyes: ... Softbank & Berkshire Hathaway: 3 Abgründe, warum ich künftig auf beide Beerdigungsgesellschaften setze! ... GITMO ist vorbereitet ...


Bill Murray asked Warren Buffett a question, and the billionaire gave a powerful answer on income inequality

Julia La Roche
Yahoo FinanceMay 5, 2020


Actor and comedian Bill Murray surprised viewers of Berkshire Hathaway’s (BRK-A, BRK-B) annual shareholders meeting when he submitted a question for billionaire Warren Buffett.

“This pandemic will graduate a new class of war veterans. Healthcare, food supply, deliveries, community services. So many owe so much to these few. How might this great country take our turn and care for all of them?” Murray asked, according to CNBC anchor Becky Quick, who moderated the Q&A.

The 89-year-old investor, who is the fourth richest person in the world, acknowledged that there’s “unimaginable suffering” by the poor and disadvantaged, many of whom are working at the frontlines of the COVID-19 crisis. ...

... :rolleyes: ... die Einsicht kommt 75 Jahrezu spät ... USD vs USN, USTN ... "Fukushima" ... "Haiti" ...

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/warren-buffett-berkshire-hath…


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April 20, 2020
Chinese and Western Intelligence Services Hunting Down 5G Telecom Executives
By Benjamin Fulford 
Weekly Reports 461 Comments

Q - 4108 ... RED Oktober ... GITMO ...


https://8kun.top/qresearch/res/9033161.html#9033832

... Die japanische Regierung bestätigte die Gefahren von 5G, als sie es auf dem Kreuzfahrtschiff Diamond Princess testete, bevor sie in letzter Minute die geplante landesweite Einführung der Technologie stoppte. Diese Einführung wurde von dem Bush-Verbündeten und Soong-Familien-Vertreter Son Masayoshi von Softbank vorangetrieben, sagen Quellen asiatischer Geheimgesellschaften. ...

https://benjaminfulford.net/2020/04/20/chinese-and-western-i…

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SoftBank Group | 39,30 €
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 63.579.249 von teecee1 am 06.05.20 12:08:21SoftBank Has Spent $2.3 Billion to Buy Own Shares Since March

Pavel Alpeyev, Bloomberg • May 15, 2020

(Bloomberg) -- SoftBank Group Corp. spent about $2.3 billion in the past two months buying back its own shares, adding market support as the Japanese company prepares to report record losses next week.

https://links.sgx.com/1.0.0/corporate-announcements/CA05FWA6…

The company bought 250.6 billion yen of its own stock since March 13, about half of the 500 billion yen budget for the re-purchase slated to run through next March. It purchased 58,648,400 of its own stock as of April 30, amounting to roughly 40% of the 145 million planned total, SoftBank said in a statement on Friday.

The Tokyo-based company, led by founder Masayoshi Son, has said it expects to book a record 1.35 trillion yen operating loss for the year ended March 31 when it reports financial results Monday. SoftBank had been among the most aggressive investors in startups in recent years, but it is now marking down the value of stakes in companies such as ...

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/softbank-spent-2-3-billion-07…


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May 11, 2020 / 9:24 PM / 3 days ago
WeWork directors seek to preserve right to sue owner SoftBank

Joshua Franklin, Anirban Sen 3 Min Read

(Reuters) - A special committee of WeWork board members filed a motion in Delaware on Monday to prevent it from being disbanded, as it pursues legal action against majority owner SoftBank Group Corp (9984.T) over an abandoned $3 billion tender offer for the office space-sharing start-up.

It is the latest salvo in a heated legal dispute between the two sides. WeWork’s special committee, ...

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-wework-softbank-lawsuit/w…

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SoftBank Group | 39,21 €
SoftBank, der BuyBack und die Finanzen und die operative Wahrheit
Ich gespannt, wie sich der Kurs jetzt weiter entwickelt..
https://www.google.de/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd…
SoftBank Group | 39,25 €
... :rolleyes: ... wir dachten er macht Gewinn ... beim russisch Roulette ... 31.03. 1Q ... 30.06. 2Q ...


Saudi Wealth Fund Said to Be Seeking $10 Billion Margin Loan

Harry Wilson, Matthew Martin and Dinesh Nair, Bloomberg • May 17, 2020

(Bloomberg) -- Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund is planning to borrow about $10 billion by pledging some of its stakes in SoftBank Group Corp.’s technology investment vehicle, according to people familiar with the matter.

The Public Investment Fund, which has been on an overseas acquisition spree recently, is speaking with investment banks about a margin loan backed by some of its investments in the $100 billion Vision Fund, the people said, asking not to be identified as the matter is private. While discussions with banks are ongoing, it may not materialize in a deal, and the fund may also decide against raising the loan, the people said.

“PIF is not planning, ...

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/saudi-sovereign-wealth-fund-s…


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... 💩 ... ich muss Aliaba und die 40% Räuber verhökern ... MAAAMAAA ...

... :rolleyes: ... die Ziegen verlassen das stinkende Schiff ... Meuterei auf der Titanic ...


https://www.handelszeitung.ch/unternehmen/alibaba-grunder-ja…


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... :rolleyes: ... mein Kopf ähhh, ... Der Topf ist leer ... wo nehme ich das Geld blos her ... meine rechte, rechte Tasche ist leer ... ich wünsche mir die linke D-Bank her ... mit wieviel €uros sollen wir kommen ... 5, 6, 7, 8, Milliarden wiegen schwer ... da müssen noch weitere Banken her ...




https://deutsche-wirtschafts-nachrichten.de/504113/Bericht-D…

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SoftBank Group | 40,31 €
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 63.725.464 von teecee1 am 18.05.20 18:03:50SoftBank's Latest Presentation: A Surreal Slideshow Of Unicorns Running, Plunging, Flying

by Tyler Durden
Mon, 05/18/2020 - 14:45


Going into today's Softbank results, we knew they would be catastrophic, and sure enough the company did not disappoint (the bears), when the poster child for all that is wrong with the central banks' "everything bubble" (and the company which last October we said would be the "bubble era" short of the century) reported this morning that it lost 1.9 trillion yen ($17.7 billion) in 2019 after writing down the value of its numerous "unicorn" investments, including WeWork and Uber Technologies.


... 💶 ... das neue Deutsche Bank Logo ... -1 - 2 = ...

The company posted an overall operating loss of 1.36 trillion yen in the 12 months ended March and a net loss of 961.6 billion yen, confirming preliminary earnings results released last month. The losses are the worst ever in the company’s 39-year history. ...

https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/softbanks-latest-presentat…


... 💣 ... das Corona-Epizentrum liegt nicht in Wuhan/China ...


SoftBank Group | 40,13 €
Warum geht der Kurs heute soweit runter? Ist Dividendenauszahlung?
Vielen Dank im Voraus für die Antwort.
SoftBank Group | 37,65 €


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