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FamilyMart UNY Holdings Co Ltd (8028.T)

8028.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

2,839JPY
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Change (% chg)

¥20 (+0.71%)
Prev Close
¥2,819
Open
¥2,830
Day's High
¥2,844
Day's Low
¥2,800
Volume
1,220,000
Avg. Vol
2,533,099
52-wk High
¥4,740
52-wk Low
¥2,350

About

FamilyMart UNY Holdings Co.,Ltd., formerly FamilyMart Co., Ltd. is mainly engaged in the convenience store business. The Company operates in two business segments. The Convenience Store segment operates a chain of convenience stores under the name FamilyMart in domestic and overseas markets. The Others segment is engaged in the... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.19
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥783,082.12
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 126.71
Dividend: 56.00
Yield (%): 1.81

Financials

  8028.T Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 32.56 39.19 40.43
EPS (TTM): 189.79 -- --
ROI: 3.63 6.06 60.54
ROE: 5.68 9.41 71.81

FamilyMart sues to end Chinese joint venture with Ting Hsin- Nikkei

May 21 Japanese convenience store operator FamilyMart is looking to end a 15-year joint venture with Taiwan's Ting Hsin International Group, the Nikkei Asian Review reported on Tuesday, citing sources close to the matter.

21 May 2019

Nikkei rises to highest since mid-Dec, but Nomura, Nintendo drag

* Fundamental investors wary of Japan on strong yen risk - analyst

01 Feb 2019

Nikkei gains on strong Wall Street; Olympus jumps

* Olympus jumps after saying U.S. hedge fund to get a board seat

11 Jan 2019

Nikkei gains on strong Wall Street; convenience stores fall

TOKYO, Jan 11 Japanese stocks rallied on Friday tracking a strong U.S. shares, offsetting weakness in convenience stores which reported dismal quarterly earnings on the previous day.

11 Jan 2019

Punters drawn to the convenience of Japan's FamilyMart's volatility

TOKYO, Dec 20 Shares of Japan's second largest convenience store operator FamilyMart have become a favourite with short-term traders in the domestic stock market due to the outsized influence the stock has on the benchmark Nikkei index.

20 Dec 2018

Earnings vs. Estimates