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Fullcast Holdings Co Ltd (4848.T)

4848.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

1,964JPY
17 Nov 2017
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¥-11 (-0.56%)
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¥1,975
Open
¥1,990
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¥2,022
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¥1,948
Volume
353,200
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381,999
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¥2,221
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¥875

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Shanghai New World says dividend payment date on July 28
Tuesday, 25 Jul 2017 

July 24 (Reuters) - Shanghai New World Co Ltd <600628.SS>:* Says it will pay a cash dividend of 0.12 yuan per share (before tax) for 2016 to shareholders of record on July 27.* The company's shares will be traded ex-right and ex-dividend on July 28 and the dividend will be paid on July 28 .  Full Article

Shanghai New World sees H1 FY 2017 net profit up 1000 pct to 1050 pct
Tuesday, 18 Jul 2017 

July 18(Reuters) - Shanghai New World Co Ltd <600628.SS>:Sees H1 FY 2017 net profit to increase by 1000 percent to 1050 percent.Sees H1 FY 2016 net profit was 32.4 million yuan.Says accounting method change of equity investments is the main reason for the forecast .  Full Article

Fullcast Holdings to buy hotel firm for 169 mln yen
Friday, 5 Aug 2016 

Fullcast Holdings Co Ltd <4848.T>: Says the co plans to buy 67 percent stake in an Okinawa-based company which is engaged in hotel business .Says the acquisition price is 169 million yen(advisory fee involved).  Full Article

FULLCAST HOLDINGS to buy shares of BEAT
Friday, 25 Mar 2016 

FULLCAST HOLDINGS CO LTD:Says to buy 528 shares of Japan-based company BEAT, from an individual for 121 mln yen.Says to hold 30 pct voting rights in the target company, up from 0 pct.Transaction effective March 31.  Full Article

FULLCAST HOLDINGS to issue year-end dividend for FY 2015
Friday, 12 Feb 2016 

FULLCAST HOLDINGS CO LTD:To issue a year-end dividend of 10 yen per share to all the shareholders of record as of Dec. 31, 2015 for FY ended Dec. 2015.Payment date March 11.Says latest dividend forecast was 10 yen per share.  Full Article

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Japanese companies struggle to hire, retain staff as labour shortage worsens

TOKYO Companies in Japan's service industries are struggling to hire and retain staff as the labour market becomes the tightest in decades, and are increasingly taking unorthodox steps to alleviate the shortage. | Video