KEY POINTS
  • SoftBank posted an investment gain on its Vision Fund in the fiscal second quarter but booked another quarterly loss.
  • The company said the Vision Fund gain was due to a gain arising from the sale of shares in chipmaker Arm to a subsidiary of SoftBank.
  • This offset a decline in the value of companies SoftBank is invested in such as Chinese artificial intelligence firm SenseTime.

SoftBank posted an investment gain on its Vision Fund in the fiscal second quarter but booked another quarterly loss.

Here's how SoftBank did in the September quarter against LSEG estimates: