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Nomura Holdings Inc., hit hard by the plunge in U.S. mortgage investments, reported Thursday its first loss in more than four years, forcing the company to close some operations, cut staff and shut its Chicago office.

The net loss was ¥10.5 billion, or ¥5.51 per share, for the three months that ended Sept. 30, compared with a ¥43.5 billion profit last year, Nomura said. Revenue slid to ¥464.5 billion from ¥469.2 billion.

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