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Shiseido Co Ltd (4911.T)

4911.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Shiseido Merges Consolidated Subsidiaries Bare Escentuals And Bare Escentuals Beauty Into Shiseido Americas Corporation Effective Jan 1
Wednesday, 9 Jan 2019 

Jan 9 (Reuters) - Japan's Shiseido Co Ltd <4911.T>::MERGED CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES BARE ESCENTUALS AND BARE ESCENTUALS BEAUTY INTO SHISEIDO AMERICAS CORPORATION EFFECTIVE JAN 1.  Full Article

Shiseido Says Toshiyuki Shiga Has Resigned As External Director Candidate For Personal Reasons
Wednesday, 26 Dec 2018 

Dec 26 (Reuters) - Japan's Shiseido Co Ltd <4911.T>::TOSHIYUKI SHIGA RESIGNS AS EXTERNAL DIRECTOR CANDIDATE FOR PERSONAL REASONS.  Full Article

Shiseido Looks To Asia For 50 Pct Growth Of Namesake Brand - Nikkei
Tuesday, 2 Oct 2018 

Oct 2 (Reuters) - Nikkei::SHISEIDO WILL INCREASE MARKETING IN CHINA & OTHER ASIAN MARKETS AS IT SEEKS TO LIFT SALES OF ITS NAMESAKE BRAND TO 200 BILLION YEN IN 2020 - NIKKEI.SHISEIDO WILL DISCONTINUE THE DICILA SKIN CARE BRAND - NIKKEI.  Full Article

Shiseido Buys Synthetic Skin Operations From Olivo Laboratories‍​ - Nikkei
Thursday, 11 Jan 2018 

Jan 12 (Reuters) - Nikkei: :SHISEIDO CO LTD BUYS SYNTHETIC SKIN OPERATIONS FROM OLIVO LABORATORIES‍​ IN DEAL SEEN TO BE WORTH TENS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS - NIKKEI.  Full Article

Shiseido to sell unit Zotos International for $485 mln
Friday, 27 Oct 2017 

Oct 27(Reuters) - Shiseido Co Ltd <4911.T>:Says it plans to sell entire shares of U.S.-based unit Zotos International Inc and related business assets to Henkel AG & Co. KGaA, for $485 million .Says transaction is expected to be completed in December.  Full Article

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Japan's polarised stock market leaves few options for investors

TOKYO The gap in valuations of Japanese shares is at its widest since the dot-com crisis two decades ago and will likely stay that way until global trade tensions ease, analysts say.