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Macromill Inc (3978.T)

3978.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

MACROMILL to buy 51 pct stake in Tokyo Survey Research
Monday, 25 Jun 2018 

June 25 (Reuters) - MACROMILL INC <3978.T> ::Says it plans to acquire 51 percent stake in a Tokyo-based firm Tokyo Survey Research & Co Ltd, for business enhancement .Says transaction date will be July 2.  Full Article

R&I assigns Macromill's rating at "BBB+" and says stable outlook -R&I
Monday, 25 Jun 2018 

June 25 (Reuters) - Macromill Inc <3978.T>:Says Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (R&I) assigned the company's rating at "BBB+" -R&I.Says rating outlook stable -R&I.  Full Article

Macromill says shareholding structure change
Thursday, 5 Apr 2018 

April 5 (Reuters) - Macromill Inc <3978.T>:Says Daiwa Securities Co.Ltd. will cut voting power in the co to 6.2 percent from 15.6 percent and become co's second biggest shareholder.Says change will occur on April 10 .  Full Article

Macromill says change of top shareholder
Wednesday, 4 Apr 2018 

April 4 (Reuters) - Macromill Inc <3978.T>:Says Bain Capital Sting Hong Kong Limited plans to sell all 15.2 percent stake in the co to Daiwa Securities.Says Daiwa Securities will hold 15.6 percent stake in the co and become co's top shareholder.Says change will occur on April 10.  Full Article

Macromill says shareholding structure change
Wednesday, 6 Dec 2017 

Dec 6(Reuters) - Macromill Inc <3978.T>:Says Daiwa Securities Co. Ltd. will increase voting power in the company to 15.1 percent from 0.3 percent and will become the second biggest shareholder of the company.Effective Dec. 11.  Full Article

BRIEF-Macromill says shareholding structure change

* Says Daiwa Securities Co.Ltd. will cut voting power in the co to 6.2 percent from 15.6 percent and become co's second biggest shareholder