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Tokyu Construction Co Ltd (1720.T)

1720.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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17 Nov 2017
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TOKYU CONSTRUCTION raises consolidated full-year outlook and year-end dividend forecast for FY 2016
Monday, 25 Apr 2016 

TOKYU CONSTRUCTION CO LTD:Says the company increased the consolidated full-year outlook for revenue to 296,300 million yen from 292,000 million yen for FY ended March 2016.Operating profit forecast increased to 18,100 million yen from 14,400 million yen.Ordinary profit forecast increased to 19,700 million yen from 15,400 million yen.Net profit forecast increased to 13,100 million yen from 10,300 million yen.Earnings per share increased to 122.75 yen from 96.51 yen.Comments the increased income from completed construction is the main reason for the forecast.Raised year-end dividend forecast to 20 yen per share from 15 yen per share for FY ended March 2016.  Full Article

TOKYU CONSTRUCTION amends consolidated full-year outlook and raises year-end dividend forecast for FY 2016
Monday, 8 Feb 2016 

TOKYU CONSTRUCTION CO LTD:Says the company lowered the consolidated full-year outlook for revenue to 292,000 mln yen from 294,000 mln yen for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2016.Operating profit forecast increased to 14,400 mln yen from 11,400 mln yen.Ordinary profit forecast increased to 15,400 mln yen from 12,500 mln yen.Net profit forecast increased to 10,300 mln yen from 8,200 mln yen.Earnings per share increased to 96.51 yen from 76.84 yen.Says net profit outlook raised due to the increased gross profit in construction work.Says it raised the year-end dividend forecast to 15 yen per share from 8 yen per share for the fiscal year ending March 2016.  Full Article

BRIEF-Veolia and consortium partners win 20-year, 450 mln euros Japan contract

* Veolia Japan, and its partners, has been selected by the city of Hamamatsu to manage part of its wastewater and sewage scheme including the operation and maintenance of its main facilities of Seien, Hamana and Akura