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Japan Post Holdings Co Ltd (6178.T)

6178.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

1,359JPY
21 Sep 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Japan Post Holdings to transfer business to real estate unit
Tuesday, 28 Aug 2018 

Aug 28(Reuters) - Japan Post Holdings Co Ltd <6178.T>:Says it plans to transfer real estate related development and planning and management business to its wholly owned Tokyo-based real estate unit.Effective Oct. 1.  Full Article

Japan Post Insurance to sell Tokyo-based property
Thursday, 1 Feb 2018 

Feb 1 (Reuters) - Japan Post Insurance Co Ltd <7181.T>:Says it will sell Tokyo-based property, effective Feb. 2 and gains from the sale will be 85.03 billion yen .  Full Article

Japan Post Bank receives approval regarding development of new business
Monday, 19 Jun 2017 

June 19 (Reuters) - Japan Post Bank Co Ltd <7182.T>:* Says it received approval regarding development of new bank business, from the commissioner of the Financial Services Agency and Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications, on June 19 .* Says it will mainly develop loans related business, asset management business and other bank related business .  Full Article

Japan Post Insurance receives approval regarding development of new insurance business
Monday, 19 Jun 2017 

June 19 (Reuters) - Japan Post Insurance Co Ltd <7181.T>:* Says it received approval regarding development of new insurance business, from the commissioner of the Financial Services Agency and Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications, on June 19 .* Says it will mainly develop whole life insurance, fixed term annuity insurance and disaster special contract related new business .  Full Article

Japan Post Insurance to buy emerging market bonds if U.S. rates spark selloff

TOKYO Japan Post Insurance Co , one of the largest Japanese institutional investors, plans to buy emerging market bonds if other investors dump those assets as the U.S. Federal Reserve hikes interest rates, the firm's senior managing director said.