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Showa Denko KK (4004.T)

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Showa Denko expects extraordinary loss for Q4 of FY 2015; expects extraordinary profit for FY 2015; lowers consolidated full-year outlook for FY 2015
Tuesday, 9 Feb 2016 

Showa Denko KK:Says it expects an extraordinary loss of 10,184 mln yen recorded as impairment loss for Q4 of fiscal year ended Dec. 31, 2015.Says it expects an extraordinary profit of 6,328 mln yen recorded as gain on sale of securities for fiscal year ended Dec. 31, 2015.Says the company lowered the consolidated full-year outlook for revenue to 780,958 mln yen from 785,000 mln yen for the fiscal year ended Dec. 31, 2015.Sees a decrease of operating profit forecast to 33,672 mln yen from 34,000 mln yen.Ordinary profit forecast increased to 32,225 mln yen from 31,000 mln yen.Sees a decrease of net profit forecast to 969 mln yen from 7,000 mln yen.Sees a decrease of earnings per share to 0.68 yen from 4.90 yen.Says revenue outlook lowered due to the decreased sale price, and ordinary profit outlook raised due to improvement in financial balance and foreign exchange gains.  Full Article

Showa Denko KK lowers consolidated full-year outlook for FY 2015
Friday, 4 Dec 2015 

Showa Denko KK:Says the company lowered the consolidated full-year outlook for revenue to 785,000 million yen from 825,000 million yen for FY ending Dec. 2015.Sees a decrease of operating profit forecast to 34,000 million yen from 40,000 million yen.Sees a decrease of ordinary profit forecast to 31,000 million yen from 37,000 million yen.Sees a decrease of net profit forecast to 7,000 million yen from 10,000 million yen.Sees a decrease of earnings per share to 4.90 yen from 7.00 yen.FY 2015 revenues of 810.87 billion yen, net income of 9.17 billion yen – Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.Comments the low sales is the main reason for the forecast.  Full Article

Nobel Prize speculation spices up Japan's stock markets

TOKYO, Oct 3 Predicting Nobel Prize winners has never been an easy business but that hasn't stopped stock market speculators in Tokyo from betting on shares that could benefit should any of the prestigious awards go to a Japanese writer or scientist.