SoftBank stock falls after terrible earnings report
Thursday, 7 November 2019
Hong Kong (CNN Business)Shares in SoftBank fell as much as 4% in Tokyo on Thursday after the company reported worse than expected losses for the third quarter. Japan's broader Nikkei (N225) was mostly flat in morning trade. South Korea's Kospi Index (KOSPI) declined...
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