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TOKYO STOCK EXCHANGE

Japan Times
BUSINESS / Markets
Dec 3, 2020
Fujitsu president given 50% pay cut over Tokyo Stock Exchange outage
Takahito Tokita will see his earnings slashed for four months as a result of the bourse's one-day outage in October.
BUSINESS / Markets / TSE DATA & REPORT
Jan 21, 2019
Tokyo stocks rise on brisk U.S. equities
Stocks rose Monday, supported by a continued rise on Wall Street late last week.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Markets
Jan 5, 2019
After plunge, Tokyo stocks expected to remain unstable in coming week
Tokyo stocks are expected to remain unstable next week, with persistent concerns over a slowdown in the global economy likely to continue to grip the market, observers have said.
BUSINESS / Markets / TSE DATA & REPORT
Jan 4, 2019
Tokyo stocks dive over 400 points to kick off ominous 2019
Stocks ended the first trading day of 2019 with heavy losses Friday as a sharply stronger yen and an overnight plunge in U.S. equities spurred broad selloffs on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Markets
Dec 28, 2018
China-U.S. trade spat's influence likely to send Tokyo stocks into another slide in 2019
Other concerns include the planned consumption tax hike at home and a stronger yen, with both endangering corporate profits.
Japan Times
COMMENTARY / Japan
Dec 27, 2018
2019: Reasons to be bullish or bearish
It was in September 2008 that the collapse of Lehman Brothers triggered an economic shock leading to a global recession. Since then, most countries have gradually recovered, and in recent years what came to be called a Great Moderation permeated the world's economies.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Aug 15, 2018
Tokyo Stock Exchange firms expect first net profit fall in 3 years: survey
The nation's major companies are expecting the first decline in combined net profit in three years for the current business year ending next March, as they anticipate the effects of the U.S.-China trade spat, according to a survey released Wednesday.
BUSINESS / Companies
Jun 13, 2018
In one of largest stock buyback programs since 2000, Toshiba to purchase ¥700 billion of its own shares
Toshiba Corp. said Wednesday it will buy back about ¥700 billion ($6.3 billion) worth of its own shares as a way of returning to investors a portion of profits gleaned from selling off its chip subsidiary.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Markets / FOCUS
Dec 19, 2017
Tokyo Stock Exchange is an 'irresponsible' market referee, fund head says
The Tokyo Stock Exchange is failing in its duty as a market referee, according to the chairman of a prominent Japanese investment fund.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Markets
Sep 6, 2017
Mom and pop investors tiptoe into Japan's lucrative REIT market
This summer, Japanese real estate investment trusts benefited from an unexpected group of net buyers for the first time in nearly seven years: Mom and pop investors.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Markets
Jul 1, 2017
Sharp applies for relisting on TSE's first section
Sharp Corp. has applied to be relisted on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange after being demoted last year while in dire straits.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Jun 20, 2017
Sharp to file next week for return to Tokyo Stock Exchange first section
Sharp Corp. will file next week to return to the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange after being demoted last year due to poor financial health, the president said Tuesday.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies / ANALYSIS
Jun 8, 2017
Fate of Toshiba hangs in the balance as TSE delisting threat looms
Toshibau2019s survival hangs on the ability to make its earnings deadlines, eliminate its negative net worth and show improvement in management.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Apr 1, 2017
Toshiba likely to miss earnings deadline for third time
Toshiba is likely to miss a third deadline for reporting quarterly earnings, meaning it will have to seek a fresh extension or face potential delisting.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Markets
Dec 30, 2016
Nikkei logs highest close in 20 years as volatile 2016 comes to an end
The index finishes at its highest close in two decades as the final trading day of the year sees investors move to lock in gains.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Jun 6, 2016
Line plans year's biggest tech IPO, pitching U.S. investors
Japan's Line Corp. is headed for what could be the biggest initial public offering for a technology company this year, including a major pitch to American investors.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Jun 1, 2016
Mobile message app Line eyes listing on TSE in July
Mobile messaging service provider Line Corp. will likely make its debut on the Tokyo Stock Exchange in July, with the bourse set to soon approve the listing, sources said Wednesday.
BUSINESS / Markets
Jan 14, 2016
Nikkei plummets 3.34% at start of trading after Dow dives amid China worries
Tokyo stocks opened sharply lower on Thursday following Wall Street's steep declines overnight, as concerns about China's economy continued to weigh on investor sentiment.
Japan Times
BUSINESS
Sep 11, 2015
Japan Post valued at ¥12.61 trillion; listing set for Nov. 4
Japan Post Holdings Co. and its banking and insurance units will begin trading on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Nov. 4, the bourse said Thursday, in what will be the largest initial public offering in the country in nearly 30 years.
Japan Times
BUSINESS / Markets
Aug 12, 2015
Stocks slump as China weakens yuan for second day
Japanese stocks fell the most in a month as China devalued its currency for a second day, heightening concern growth may slow in the world's second-largest economy and dampening the outlook for Japanese exporters.

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