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Top Trading Ideas 30 April Subscribe now! Simple Moving Averages. Here's list of stocks that could be impacted by GST. Stock Advice. Loeb, 51, the founder of the hedge fund Third Point, flew to Tokyo this weekend for three days of meetings with government officials, regulators and senior Sony executives, according to people briefed on the matter.
He hand-delivered a letter on Tuesday to Mr. Hirai that praised a turnaround effort but asked for more. Loeb wrote in the letter, a copy of which was obtained by The New York Times.
After the meeting, the hedge fund manager told associates that he was impressed by Mr. Hirai and supported management, according to a person briefed on the matter. The campaign is a bet that Japan will prove the next gold mine for global investors. Long hobbled by a so-called lost decade of little economic growth, the country has come to life in recent months under the stewardship of Shinzo Abe , who as prime minister has promoted policies meant to attract private investment.
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Loeb is betting that Mr. Abe will expand deregulation. Loeb wrote in his letter. Still, Mr. Loeb has plenty of ammunition. Shares of Sony have plunged nearly 85 percent over the last 13 years. The company long ago ceded its crown as the king of cool electronics to Apple , and its dominance in televisions was eroded by the emergence of Korean rivals like Samsung and LG. Last week, Sony reported its first annual profit in five years.
But it reached that milestone thanks largely to the weakening yen and some belt-tightening, including the consolidation of businesses and the sale of its American headquarters.
He has argued that despite having come late to the era of digital media, the company that made the Walkman, the Trinitron television and the PlayStation can rebound. To Mr. Loeb, more must be done, starting with the spinoff of Sony Entertainment. In his letter, Mr. Loeb proposed handing 15 to 20 percent of Sony Entertainment to existing shareholders.
And Mr. Loeb has recently expressed his interest in Japan. So far, that effort appears to have drawn investor plaudits. The yen weakened in value last week, to to the dollar, a level unseen in four years, helping local companies like Sony and Toyota.