LN - LINE Corporation

NYSE - Nasdaq Real-time price. Currency in USD
50.54
+9.76 (+23.93%)
As of 12:22PM EST. Market open.
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Previous close40.78
Open45.94
Bid50.07 x 800
Ask50.20 x 800
Day's range45.94 - 50.71
52-week range27.04 - 50.71
Volume489,889
Avg. volume81,583
Market cap12.127B
Beta (3Y monthly)1.09
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.39
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est26.57
  • ACN Newswire

    LINE Founder Jungho Shin Appointed Co-CEO

    HONG KONG, Apr 2, 2019 - (Media OutReach) - LINE Corporation announced today that Jungho Shin, the Chief WOW Officer (CWO) of LINE Corporation, has also been appointed Co-CEO of the company. Taking effect ...

  • Line Founder Named Co-Chief Executive as Japan Goes Cashless
    Bloomberg

    Line Founder Named Co-Chief Executive as Japan Goes Cashless

    Along with CEO Takeshi Idezawa, he is part of a triumvirate that also includes Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer Jun Masuda. Faced with a stagnant user base and a business model that relies on advertising, Line is doubling down on payments to underpin other financial offerings and transform into an all-in-one app like Tencent Holdings Ltd.’s WeChat. “What’s most important is that Japan is moving from a cash-centered society to a cashless one,” Shin said in an interview before the board meeting.

  • Japan Internet Giants Join Forces as Payments Race Heats Up
    Bloomberg

    Japan Internet Giants Join Forces as Payments Race Heats Up

    The operator of Japan’s most popular messaging platform and the used-goods online marketplace app will let users shop and pay for purchases at stores that accept each other’s systems starting early this summer, they told reporters in Tokyo Wednesday. After years of inactivity, mobile payments competition is heating up in Japan.

  • Line Bets Mizuho and Nomura Could Help Open 78 Million Wallets
    Bloomberg

    Line Bets Mizuho and Nomura Could Help Open 78 Million Wallets

    The operator of Japan’s most popular messaging platform plans to introduce Line Securities equities trading service jointly with the country’s biggest brokerage Nomura Holdings Inc. this year, provided it receives the necessary government permits, Tetsuhiko Saito, who heads Line’s financial arm, said in an interview in Tokyo. A banking offering in partnership with megabank Mizuho Financial Group Inc. could become available as early as fall 2020, Saito said.

  • Better Buy: Facebook, Inc. vs. Line Corp
    Motley Fool

    Better Buy: Facebook, Inc. vs. Line Corp

    Can these two beaten-down social networking stocks recover this year?

  • The World's Keenest Online Hagglers Help Line Rule in Thailand
    Bloomberg

    The World's Keenest Online Hagglers Help Line Rule in Thailand

    No other nation uses social media for e-commerce as much as Thailand, with buyers and sellers haggling over price via chats just as they do in ubiquitous street markets, said Ariya Banomyong, Line’s managing director in the country. Social media applications like Line, Facebook and Instagram accounted for 51 percent of Thailand’s $3.1 billion e-commerce market last year, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP research shows.

  • Tencent and Line Team Up to Counter Alibaba in Japan
    Motley Fool

    Tencent and Line Team Up to Counter Alibaba in Japan

    The two Asian tech companies face off against a common enemy.

  • Here's Why LINE Stock Popped 11% in November
    Motley Fool

    Here's Why LINE Stock Popped 11% in November

    The company wants to start a bank and offer more financial services to mobile users.

  • Not Even Tencent Can Make Up for Line's Lost Friends
    Bloomberg

    Not Even Tencent Can Make Up for Line's Lost Friends

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- Line Corp. investors are so desperate for any shred of good news that reports of a tie-up with Tencent Holdings Ltd. drove the stock’s biggest gain in two years.