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Kanematsu Corp (8020.T)

8020.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

1,396JPY
17 Nov 2017
Change (% chg)

¥39 (+2.87%)
Prev Close
¥1,357
Open
¥1,377
Day's High
¥1,402
Day's Low
¥1,377
Volume
910,000
Avg. Vol
468,081
52-wk High
¥1,525
52-wk Low
¥925

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Kanematsu announces application of International Financial Reporting Standards
Monday, 28 Mar 2016 

Kanematsu Corp:To apply International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as the new accounting method, to replace the current Japan-Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.IFRS effective from the annual report for fiscal year ending March 2016.  Full Article

Kanematsu received surcharge order to former employee from SESC
Friday, 25 Mar 2016 

Kanematsu Corp:Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission (SESC) announced surcharge payment order for fine of 770,000 yen to former employee of the company regarding insider trading.  Full Article

Kanematsu to issue 1st and 2nd series unsecured corporate bonds
Friday, 4 Mar 2016 

Kanematsu Corp:To issue first series unsecured corporate bonds worth 5 billion yen, subscription date on March 4 and payment date on March 10, with maturity date March 8, 2019 and coupon rate 0.40 pct per annum.To issue second series unsecured corporate bonds worth 5 billion yen, subscription date on March 4 and payment date on March 10, with maturity date March 10, 2021 and coupon rate 0.64 pct per annum.The bonds are each with face value of 100 million yen, issue price at 100 yen per face value of 100 yen.Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities Co., Ltd. and Mizuho Securities Co., Ltd.will serve as underwriters.  Full Article

Kanematsu wholly owned subsidiary to fully acquire Diamondtelecom, Inc. through cash of about 17.4 billion yen
Monday, 18 Jan 2016 

Kanematsu Corp:Says its wholly owned subsidiary, will fully acquire Diamondtelecom, Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.Transaction amount is about 17.4 billion yen in all.Effective date April 1.  Full Article

Factbox: Likely winners and losers from a Japan-EU trade deal

BRUSSELS/TOKYO The leaders of Japan and the European Union aim to agree a free-trade deal in Brussels on Thursday that would remove almost all customs duties and give greater market access to Japanese car manufacturers and European food exporters.