Multiple media outlets in Europe and the United States have reported that an American investment fund known as a "shareholder who talks" has sold almost all of its shares in the SoftBank Group, indicating investors' anxiety about the future performance of the company. rice field.
Several Western media outlets, including the British financial newspaper Financial Times, have reported that the American investment fund Elliott Management, known as a "shareholder who speaks out," has sold almost all of its SoftBank Group shares. rice field.
It is reported that the investment amount so far is more than 2.5 billion dollars, or about 330 billion yen in Japanese yen.
The SoftBank Group announced last week that the final profit and loss for the three months from April to June was a large deficit of more than 3 trillion yen.
It was revealed that the fund had acquired the SoftBank Group's shares in February, but the European and American media said that the decision to sell has increased investors' anxiety about the future performance of the SoftBank Group. I'm telling you that it shows that.