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Fanuc To Extend Share Buyback Period Until Oct 31
Fanuc To Buy Back Up To 1.55 Percent Of Stock Worth 50 Billion Yen Through July 31
Fanuc Cuts Annual Operating Profit Forecast To 147.9 Billion Yen From 150.9 Billion Yen
FANUC CORPORATION is a Japan-based manufacturing company mainly engaged in the provision of factory automation (FA) machinery. The FA business is engaged in the development, manufacture and sale of FA products, such as computer numeric control (CNC) systems and laser products. The Robot business is engaged in the development, manufacture, sale of robotic products. The Robot Machine business is engaged in the development, manufacture, sale of robodrill, roboshot, robocut and robonano products.
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3850, Furubaba, Shibokusa, Oshino-mura
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Representative Director
President, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Director of FA Business, Representative Director
Chief Financial Officer, Vice President, Chief Senior Director of Business, Representative Director
Richard E. Schneider
Chairman of Subsidiary, Director
Chief Technology Officer, Vice President, Chief Director of Robot Machine Business, Representative Director
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Japanese robot maker Fanuc Corp on Thursday lowered its annual earnings outlook for the second time in just three months, the latest tech manufacturer to issue a profit warning due to China-U.S. trade frictions.
China's Ministry of Commerce has begun an investigation into alleged dumping of machine tools by manufacturer Fanuc Corp and four other Japanese companies, The Nikkei Asian Review reported on Friday.
Japanese robot maker Fanuc Corp on Monday slashed its outlook for the full year, citing slower technology spending and trade friction.
Shares in Japanese robot maker Fanuc fell more than five percent on Thursday after upward revisions in its annual earnings estimates a day earlier failed to dispel investor concerns about the slowdown in its factory automation business. (Reporting by Hideyuki Sano Editing...
Japanese stocks rose on Friday morning as chip-related firms rallied after brisk earnings forecasts from Advantest and Kyocera, but a profit warning from index-heavy Fanuc saw its shares nosedive.
Japan's Nikkei share average edged up on Thursday, lifted by shares backed by strong earnings and shrugging off Wall Street weakness.
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