SoftBank IPO’s Weak Debut Is Still a Win for Masayoshi Son

That’s the biggest decline for a major IPO since Japan Display Inc.’s flop in 2014. Of those who bought at the offered price of 1,500 yen, 90 percent were individuals; the rest were money managers. Th…
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