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Takashimaya Co Ltd (8233.T)

8233.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

1,892JPY
16 Nov 2018
Change (% chg)

¥22 (+1.18%)
Prev Close
¥1,870
Open
¥1,870
Day's High
¥1,894
Day's Low
¥1,859
Volume
834,300
Avg. Vol
1,089,206
52-wk High
¥2,436
52-wk Low
¥1,662

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Takashimaya's Operating Profit For March-August Half Likely Dropped 6 Pct To Around 13 Bln Yen - Nikkei
Monday, 1 Oct 2018 

Oct 1 (Reuters) - Nikkei::TAKASHIMAYA'S OPERATING PROFIT FOR MARCH-AUGUST HALF LIKELY DROPPED 6 PERCENT TO AROUND 13 BILLION YEN - NIKKEI.TAKASHIMAYA'S OPERATING REVENUE FOR MARCH-AUGUST HALF LOOKS TO HAVE GROWN 2 PERCENT TO A LITTLE OVER 440 BILLION YEN - NIKKEI.TAKASHIMAYA PROJECTS 15 PERCENT SLIDE IN OPERATING PROFIT TO 30 BILLION YEN FOR FULL YEAR THROUGH FEBRUARY - NIKKEI.TAKASHIMAYA PROJECTS 1 PERCENT INCREASE IN OPERATING REVENUE TO 919 BILLION YEN FOR FULL YEAR THROUGH FEBRUARY - NIKKEI.  Full Article

Takashimaya to acquire Tokyo-based real estate properties for 49.5 bln yen
Friday, 1 Dec 2017 

Dec 1 (Reuters) - Takashimaya Co Ltd <8233.T>:Says it signs agreement with a wholly owned unit of Takeda Pharmaceutical Co Ltd <<<4502.T>>>, to acquire two Tokyo-based real estate properties as of the end of March 2019, at the price of 49.5 billion yen in total.  Full Article

Takashimaya lowers conversion price for 2018 due and 2020 due euro-yen denominated convertible bonds
Tuesday, 23 May 2017 

May 23 (Reuters) - Takashimaya Co Ltd <8233.T>:* Says it lowered the conversion price for 2018 due euro-yen denominated convertible bonds to 1,439.3 yen per share, from 1,442.2 yen per share.* Says it lowered the conversion price for 2020 due euro-yen denominated convertible bonds to 1,339.7 yen per share, from 1,342.4 yen per share.* Effective March 1.  Full Article

RPT-FOCUS-Build it and they will come: Thai developers pour billions into retail

BANGKOK, Nov 9 Thailand's new ultra-luxurious Iconsiam shopping complex opens its doors on Saturday, shrugging off a decline in tourist arrivals and political uncertainty ahead of next year's elections.