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Japan Asset Marketing Co Ltd (8922.T)

8922.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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Japan Asset Marketing raises 31.94 bln yen via private placement
Monday, 13 Nov 2017 

Nov 13 (Reuters) - Japan Asset Marketing Co Ltd <8922.T>:Says it issued 261.8 million shares of its common stock to Don Quijote Holdings Co Ltd <<<7532.T>>>, and raised 31.94 billion yen via private placement .The previous plan was disclosed on Oct. 27 .  Full Article

Japan Asset Marketing to raise 31.94 bln yen via private placement
Friday, 27 Oct 2017 

Oct 27 (Reuters) - Japan Asset Marketing Co Ltd <8922.T>:Says it plans to issue 261.8 million shares of its common stock to Don Quijote Holdings Co Ltd <<<7532.T>>>, to raise 31.94 billion yen via private placement.Says payment date on Nov. 13.Proceeds will be mainly used to fund acquisition .Says Don Quijote Holdings will raise stake in the co to 64.3 percent from 46.1 percent.  Full Article

Japan Asset Marketing to buy properties in Aichi prefecture
Friday, 30 Sep 2016 

Japan Asset Marketing Co Ltd <8922.T> :Says it plans to buy property (land, building and leasehold) located in Aichi prefecture, at undisclosed price, on March 1, 2017.  Full Article

Japan Asset Marketing to sell Kanagawa-based property
Friday, 23 Sep 2016 

Japan Asset Marketing Co Ltd <8922.T> :Says it plans to sell trust beneficial rights of a property located in Kanagawa, at an undisclosed price, on March 31, 2017.  Full Article

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Breakingviews - China script flipped at hedge fund idea-fest

HONG KONG (Reuters Breakingviews) - As China bulls gain momentum, a new breed of bears has awakened, too. Waning concerns about the country’s economy, debt and infrastructure projects were reflected in some of the investment opportunities proposed at Sohn Hong Kong, the annual idea-fest that helps raise money to fight cancer. Scepticism about tech titans, however, suggests a new mindset shift could be underway.