The administrative penalty imposed July 30 on Nomura Securities Co. by the Finance Ministry over payoffs to a corporate extortionist will certainly hurt the nation’s leading brokerage, but the pain may not last for very long.

Some analysts say Nomura has already weathered the worst damage inflicted by the scandal and some even expect it to regain its strength now that uncertainty surrounding the brokerage has been cleared.

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