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Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd (6981.T)

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Murata Manufacturing raises $75.7 mln in equity financing
Tuesday, 24 Oct 2017 

Oct 24 (Reuters) - Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd <6981.T>::Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd files to say has raised $75.7 million in equity financing - SEC filing‍​.  Full Article

Murata Manufacturing to raise voting power in Vios Medical to 100 pct
Friday, 22 Sep 2017 

Sept 22 (Reuters) - Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd <6981.T>:Says it set up a SPC PJ Florence Acquisition Company, Limited to acquire stake in U.S.-based firm Vios Medical, Inc (target company).Says SPC will merge with target company and SPC will be dissolved .Says it will raise voting power in target company to 100 percent from 3.6 percent .Says it will pay a cash consideration of about $25.9 million (about 2.9 billion yen) and distribute 507,104 shares of its treasury common stock to pay a consideration of about $75.7 million (about 8.5 billion yen) to target company's shareholders and stock option holders.Says expected acquisition date is Oct. 13.  Full Article

Sony and Murata Manufacturing change business transfer date to July
Wednesday, 15 Feb 2017 

Sony Corp <6758.T> and Murata Manufacturing Co Ltd <6981.T> : Say they change the battery business transfer date to July from April .Say the plan was disclosed on Oct. 31, 2016 that Murata Manufacturing will acquire Murata Manufacturing from Sony.  Full Article

Sony signs memorandum of understanding to transfer battery business to Murata Manufacturing
Thursday, 28 Jul 2016 

Sony Corp <6758.T>:Says the co and Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.<6981.T> entered into a non-binding memorandum of understanding that confirms their intent to negotiate the transfer of the Sony Group’s battery business to the Murata Group.  Full Article

Nikkei bounces back but pares gains on U.S. tariff caution

TOKYO, March 8 Japanese shares bounced back on Thursday on hopes the impending U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminium will be milder than previously thought, but the market pared gains as caution ruled ahead of the formal announcement from Washington.