On Wednesday the SoftBank Corporation announced that it was selling 20 percent of its stake in Flipkart to Walmart Inc. This is to be marked as the first ever public investment by the Vision Fund of the company.

The U.S based multinational retail giant Walmart said that it was paying $16 billion for a stake of around 77 percent in India’s e-commerce firm Flipkart. However, the company is in a state of betwixt whether the Japanese tech investment giant would hover as a shareholder.

CEO Masayoshi Son said that the investment in the Flipkart deal was over $4 billion. SoftBank did not let the terms of sale bare this month. In August 2017 the Vision Fund has made an investment worth $2.5 billion in Flipkart.

Moreover, it remained concealed on the facts and figures on the green stuff. The Softbank average investment in a period of 13.5 years is slower than the Flipkart exit. It has also made an investment of $30 billion in startups the previous year. The son has been influenced by a technology vehicle investment which made plunge an investment of $93 million.

Some hefty investments by the Vision fund include ride-holler company Uber Inc., co-working space provider WeWork Cos and chip designer Arm Holdings.

The last week of May is likely to bring rise to a new investment idea, which would potentially upsize on the world of reciprocity.

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