Z Holdings to buy back up to 1.35per cent of shares worth 68 billion yen

Z Holdings to buy back up to 1.35per cent of shares worth 68 billion yen

3/12/2021 12:17:00 PM

Z Holdings to buy back up to 1.35per cent of shares worth 68 billion yen

TOKYO : Z Holdings, a subsidiary of SoftBank Corp, will buy back up to 1.35per cent of its shares worth 68 billion yen (US$599.54 million), it said in a statement on Friday.(US$1=113.4200 yen) (Reporting by Sakura Murakami. Editing by Jane Merriman)

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