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Matsuya Co Ltd (8237.T)

8237.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

1,426JPY
15 Dec 2017
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Matsuya to merge Tokyo-based subsidiary
Thursday, 31 Mar 2016 

Matsuya Co Ltd:Says to merge a wholly owned Tokyo-based subsidiary that engaged in management and brokerage business of wedding place, banquet place and meeting place.Says subsidiary to be dissolved after merger.Planned effective July 1.  Full Article

Matsuya expects extraordinary loss for Q4 of FY 2016; lowers consolidated full-year profit outlook for FY 2016
Thursday, 14 Jan 2016 

Matsuya Co Ltd:Says it expects an extraordinary loss of 410 million yen recorded as an impairment loss for Q4 of the fiscal year ending Feb. 2016.Says the company reaffirmed the consolidated full-year outlook for revenue at 91,000 mln yen for the fiscal year ending Feb. 2016.Sees a decrease of operating profit forecast to 2,600 mln yen from 2,900 mln yen.Sees a decrease of ordinary profit forecast to 2,600 mln yen from 2,900 mln yen.Sees a decrease of net profit forecast to 1,000 mln yen from 1,700 mln yen.Sees a decrease of earnings per share to 18.88 yen from 32.09 yen.Says profit outlook lowered due to the increased cost and extraordinary loss recorded.  Full Article

Matsuya unit to transfer business to co's new subsidiary
Thursday, 14 Jan 2016 

Matsuya Co Ltd:Says its Tokyo-based subsidiary to transfer whole wedding business to the co's new subsidiary which to be established on April 1.  Full Article

Matsuya raises year-end dividend forecast for FY 2016
Thursday, 14 Jan 2016 

Matsuya Co Ltd:Sees year-end dividend of 3.5 yen per share raised from 2.5 yen per share, for the fiscal year ending Feb. 2016.  Full Article

Nikkei slips from 2-year peak after North Korea brandishes H-bomb

TOKYO, Sept 22 Japan's Nikkei share average slipped from a two-year high on Friday after North Korea threatened to test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean, ratcheting up tensions with the United States and its allies.