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Sony Corporation (SNE)

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Previous close32.49
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Day's range32.36 - 32.47
52-week range23.62 - 34.17
Avg. volume767,550
Market cap40.23B
PE ratio (TTM)-109.69
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield0.18 (0.55%)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
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  • Sony halves forecast as yen, movie unit hammer profit
    AFP2 months ago

    Sony halves forecast as yen, movie unit hammer profit

    Sony on Thursday halved its full-year profit forecast as it was battered by a near $1 billion writedown on its movie unit while a strong yen also dug into the Japanese firm's bottom line. It said net profit in the nine months to December 31 plunged 80.7 percent to 45.6 billion yen ($405 million) and warned it expected to see a full-year figure of 26 billion yen. The April-March estimate is sharply down from the 60 billion yen tipped in October, which was itself a reassessment of an initial 80 billion yen total.

  • Sony nine-month net profit falls 81%, downgrades forecast
    AFP2 months ago

    Sony nine-month net profit falls 81%, downgrades forecast

    Sony said Thursday its nine-month net profit to December fell 80.7 percent largely on a strong yen and a nearly $1 billion writedown in its movie business. The Japanese electronics giant, which has been shedding assets as part of a broad restructuring, said it had 45.6 billion yen ($405 million) net profit for the April-December period, compared with 236.1 billion yen seen the year before. Sony also said it lowered its annual net profit forecast to 26 billion yen, down sharply from an earlier projection of 60 billion yen.

  • Sony flags nearly $1 billion movie business write-down
    AFP2 months ago

    Sony flags nearly $1 billion movie business write-down

    Sony will take a write-down of nearly $1 billion in the fiscal third quarter, the company said Monday, blaming expected weaker profits in its movie business following a decline in the DVD market. The Tokyo-based electronics and entertainment giant said the charge amounted to 112.1 billion yen ($980 million) and it comes weeks after the departure of Sony's entertainment division boss Michael Lynton. "The downward revision was primarily due to a lowering of previous expectations regarding the home entertainment business, mainly driven by an acceleration of market decline," Sony said in a statement.