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Chubu Electric Power Co Inc (9502.T)

9502.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

1,495JPY
24 Mar 2017
Change (% chg)

¥22 (+1.53%)
Prev Close
¥1,472
Open
¥1,468
Day's High
¥1,498
Day's Low
¥1,463
Volume
1,679,100
Avg. Vol
1,880,737
52-wk High
¥1,779
52-wk Low
¥1,276

9502.T

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About

Chubu Electric Power Company,Incorporated is mainly engaged in the electricity business. The Electricity segment is engaged in the provision of electricity. The Others segment includes both energy division and other business division. The energy division is engaged in the provision of gas and integrated energy including... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.92
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥1,116,155.00
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 758.00
Dividend: 15.00
Yield (%): 2.04

Financials

  9502.T Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 6.99 8.39 13.57
EPS (TTM): 210.63 -- --
ROI: 3.79 10.15 6.53
ROE: 9.70 14.22 10.95

UPDATE 1-Japan's Tepco seeks peers' help in bid to restart nuke plant

* Wants to merge its fossil fuel plants with Chubu Elec's (Adds details of Tepco's plan)

22 Mar 2017

BRIEF-Tepco, two other utilities partner on nuclear safety - Nikkei

* Tokyo Electric Power Co. Holdings has partnered on nuclear safety with fellow utilities Chubu Electric Power and Hokuriku Electric Power - Nikkei Source text:(http://s.nikkei.com/2lYQWvi) Further company coverage:

07 Mar 2017

Japan's heavyweight LNG buyers wrestle more flexible deals from suppliers

TOKYO Japan's liquefied natural gas (LNG) buyers are upending the traditional practices of the market, using their leverage as the world's biggest buyers of the fuel to wrestle concessions for more flexible terms.

17 Feb 2017

Japan's heavyweight LNG buyers wrestle more flexible deals from suppliers

TOKYO, Feb 17 Japan's liquefied natural gas (LNG) buyers are upending the traditional practices of the market, using their leverage as the world's biggest buyers of the fuel to wrestle concessions for more flexible terms.

17 Feb 2017

Japan's beleaguered utilities seek salvation in trading

TOKYO, Nov 4 Forced into action by falling customers due to market liberalization and a shrinking population, Japan's utilities are ditching old long-term coal and gas supply contracts in favour of more short-term, opportunistic trading.

04 Nov 2016

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