Toshiba Corp. shares fell to the lowest level in more than 35 years on Monday after the company said it is studying whether to take a writedown for its Westinghouse business. Toshiba fell 5.7 percent to 209.2 yen in Tokyo trading, the lowest level since September 1980. The Tokyo-based company, which plans to report earnings next week, said it is conducting impairment tests for Westinghouse and there are no results yet.
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Toshiba Shares Slide to 35-Year Low on Possible Writedown: Chart
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