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NTT Docomo Inc (9437.T)

9437.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

NTT Docomo Says To Buy Back Up To 600 Bln Yen Of Stock Between Nov 1 And March 31
Wednesday, 31 Oct 2018 

Oct 31 (Reuters) - NTT Docomo Inc <9437.T>::NTT DOCOMO SETS SHARE BUYBACK FRAMEWORK.NTT DOCOMO SAYS TO BUY BACK UP TO 600 BILLION YEN ($5.3 billion) OF STOCK BETWEEN NOV 1 AND MARCH 31.  Full Article

Keysight Collaborates With NTT DOCOMO To Accelerate 5G Commercialization
Monday, 20 Aug 2018 

Aug 20 (Reuters) - Keysight Technologies Inc ::KEYSIGHT COLLABORATES WITH NTT DOCOMO TO ACCELERATE 5G COMMERCIALIZATION WITH KEYSIGHT’S 5G NETWORK EMULATION SOLUTIONS.  Full Article

Sequans Partners with NTT DOCOMO to Accelerate Adoption of NB-IoT Technology in Japan
Monday, 2 Jul 2018 

July 2 (Reuters) - Sequans Communications SA ::SEQUANS COMMUNICATIONS SA - LTE FOR CO ANNOUNCED IT EXECUTED AN AGREEMENT WITH NTT DOCOMO TO ACCELERATE ADOPTION OF NB-IOT TECHNOLOGY IN JAPAN.  Full Article

Ntt Docomo Ventures Says Made A Strategic Investment In Inbenta Technologies
Thursday, 31 May 2018 

NTT Docomo Inc <9437.T>::NTT DOCOMO VENTURES SAYS MADE A STRATEGIC INVESTMENT IN INBENTA TECHNOLOGIES.  Full Article

All About says business and capital alliance with NTT DOCOMO and shareholding structure change
Thursday, 10 May 2018 

May 10(Reuters) - All About Inc <2454.T>:Says it signs business and capital alliance with NTT DOCOMO Inc <<<9437.T>>>, and business alliance with NTT DOCOMO and NTT DOCOMO's unit D2C Inc, on May 10.Says NTT DOCOMO will acquire 2.1 million shares (15.5 percent stake) of the company, from the company's second biggest shareholder Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd <<<7912.T>>>, at the price of 1,279.00 yen per share (2.68 billion yen in total), on May 11.Says Dai Nippon Printing will cut voting power in the company to 6.6 percent from 22.6 percent and will become the fourth biggest shareholder of the company.Says NTT DOCOMO will increase voting power in the company to 16 percent from 0 percent and will become the second biggest shareholder of the company.Effective May 11.  Full Article

NTT Docomo says adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards
Thursday, 29 Mar 2018 

March 29 (Reuters) - NTT Docomo Inc <9437.T>:Says it will adopt International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as the new accounting method, to replace the United States-Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.Says IFRS effective from financial statement for Q1 of fiscal year ending March 2019 .  Full Article

NTT Docomo completes share repurchase and to retire treasury shares
Monday, 26 Mar 2018 

March 26 (Reuters) - NTT Docomo Inc <9437.T>:Says it completed repurchase of 111.4 million shares of its common stock, for 300 billion yen in total, as of March 26.Says it will retire 117.3 million shares (3 percent of outstanding) of its common stock on March 30 .  Full Article

NTT Docomo Says To Cancel Treasury Shares Worth 3.01 Percent Of Outstanding Shares On March 30
Monday, 26 Mar 2018 

March 26 (Reuters) - Ntt Docomo Inc <9437.T>::NTT DOCOMO SAYS TO CANCEL TREASURY SHARES WORTH 3.01 PERCENT OF OUTSTANDING SHARES ON MARCH 30.  Full Article

R&I affirms NTT Docomo's rating at "AA+" and says stable outlook-R&I
Wednesday, 17 Jan 2018 

Jan 17 (Reuters) - NTT Docomo Inc <9437.T>:Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (R&I) affirmed the company's rating at "AA+"-R&I.Rating outlook stable-R&I.  Full Article

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone says unit NTT Docomo buys back 75.7 mln shares
Tuesday, 16 Jan 2018 

Jan 16(Reuters) - Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp <9432.T>:Says its unit NTT Docomo Inc <<<9437.T>>> bought back 75.7 million shares through a takeover bid, at the price of 2,681 yen per share, during period from Dec. 12, 2017 to Jan. 15.Says settlement starts on Feb. 6.  Full Article

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Breakingviews - SoftBank turns to dividends to dial up IPO appeal

HONG KONG (Reuters Breakingviews) - SoftBank is turning to dividends to dial up the appeal for its Japanese mobile unit. Masayoshi Son’s conglomerate wants to raise as much as $23 billion with an initial public offering due later this month. That implies a chunky premium to its rivals, and leans on generous payouts too. A looming price war will make it difficult, though, to keep up promises to hand out almost twice as much of its earnings as the likes of NTT Docomo and KDDI.