TOKYO: Troubled combination Toshiba on Monday said it will postpone revealing its yearly income for the past financial year, however cautioned it will probably book a net loss of 950 billion yen ($8.4 billion).
The defer comes after it twice deferred its nine-month income before discharging unaudited comes about a month ago, blending fears that its offers could be delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
The firm said it neglected to meet the Tokyo Stock Exchange’s purposeful due date of 45 days after the finish of the business year, as its examiner is as yet looking into the outcomes.
The notice was somewhat superior to anything the past gauge of a 1.01 trillion yen net misfortune declared a month ago.
At the working level, Toshiba said it now expects a 270 billion yen benefit against a 500 billion yen misfortune conjecture a month ago, on offers of 4.87 trillion yen, down from 5.49 trillion yen in the past gauge.
Toshiba, one of Japan’s best known organizations, has attempted to evaluate the effect of tremendous writedowns at its US atomic unit Westinghouse Electric, which petitioned for chapter 11 assurance in March.