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(Bloomberg) -- SoftBank plans to keep a stake in the chip designer Arm, even if it sells a partial interest to Nvidia, Nikkei reported.

© Photographer: Kiyoshi Ota/Bloomberg Masayoshi Son, chairman and chief executive officer of SoftBank Group Corp., bows during a news conference in Tokyo, Japan, on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020. In a sign of continuing struggles with its startup investments,�SoftBank�lost money again in its Vision Fund, one quarter after the Japanese company posted a record quarterly loss driven by the meltdown at�WeWork. The companies are currently negotiating terms, Nikkei reported citing sourcesSoftBank may take a stake in Nvidia after it buys Arm Nvidia and Arm may also merge through a share swap, and SoftBank would become a major shareholder in the combined company NOTE: July 31, Nvidia Said in Advanced Talks for SoftBank Chip Company Arm

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Manulife Shares Jump After Profit Beats Estimates on U.S. Claims

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(Bloomberg) -- Manulife Financial Corp. shares rose the most in two months after posting second-quarter earnings that topped analysts’ estimates thanks in part to lower insurance claims in the U.S. and Canada.

Shares of Canada’s largest life insurer rose as much as 5.4% in Toronto trading, their biggest intraday increase in two months. Manulife on Wednesday reported a 7.5% increase in core earnings to C$1.56 billion ($1.17 billion), or 78 Canadian cents a share, beating the 62-cent average estimate of 14 analysts in a Bloomberg survey.

Manulife’s “better-than-expected results were driven by the U.S. and Canada on favorable policyholder experience,” RBC Capital Markets analyst Darko Mihelic said in a note to clients, citing gains from the U.S. long-term care business and in the Canada group business.

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U.S. earnings led the growth, with a 37% surge from a year ago, followed by a 9.6% earnings jump from its Canadian division. Net income fell 52% to C$727 million after Manulife recorded losses of C$916 million from investments and C$495 million tied to interest rates, partly countered by improving equity markets.

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