Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp (9432.T)

9432.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

20 Mar 2018
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Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) is a provider of fixed and mobile voice related services, Internet Protocol (IP)/packet communications services, telecommunications equipment, system integration and other telecommunications-related services in Japan. The Company operates in five segments: regional communications... (more)


Beta: 0.41
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥10,846,750.00
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 2,096.40
Dividend: 75.00
Yield (%): 2.32


BRIEF-Nippon Telegraph and Telephone says unit NTT Docomo buys back 75.7 mln shares

* Says its unit NTT Docomo Inc bought back 75.7 million shares through a takeover bid, at the price of 2,681 yen per share, during period from Dec. 12, 2017 to Jan. 15

16 Jan 2018

SoftBank considers IPO for Japan wireless unit, said to seek $18 billion

TOKYO SoftBank Group Corp said on Monday it was considering listing its Japanese wireless business - a move that could reportedly raise $18 billion and would accelerate the conglomerate's transformation into one of the world's biggest tech investors. | Video

15 Jan 2018

UPDATE 4-SoftBank considers IPO for Japan wireless unit, said to seek $18 bln

* SoftBank says listing an option but no decision made (Adds analyst comment, SoftBank's debt burden)

15 Jan 2018

BRIEF-Nippon Telegraph and Telephone unit to acquire 100 pct stake in Secure-24 Intermediate Holdings

* Says co's unit NTT Communications Corp signs agreement to acquire 100 percent stake in U.S.-based firm Secure-24 Intermediate Holdings, Inc (target company) on Nov. 13 (U.S. time)

13 Nov 2017

BRIEF-NTT announces 150 bln yen share repurchase plan

* NTT says to buy back up to 1.5 percent of shares for as much as 150 billion yen ($1.3 billion) between Sept 26 and March 31 Further company coverage: ($1 = 112.2000 yen) (Reporting By Chris Gallagher)

25 Sep 2017

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