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Screen Holdings to issue 2022 due and 2025 due euro-yen denominated convertible bonds with subscription warrants
Sourcenext to merge with unit MIXA
SCREEN Holdings raises consolidated full-year outlook and year-end dividend forecast for FY 2016
SCREEN Holdings Co., Ltd., is a Japan-based holding company mainly engaged in the manufacture and sale of semiconductor equipment. The Company operates in four business segments. The Semiconductor Equipment (SE) segment is engaged in the development, manufacture, sale and maintenance of semiconductor manufacturing equipment. The Graphics and Arts Equipment (GA) segment is engaged in the development, manufacture, sale and maintenance of printing-related equipment. The Display Manufacturing Equipment and Film Forming Equipment (FT) segment is engaged in the development, manufacture, sale and maintenance of display manufacturing equipment and film forming equipment. The Printed Circuit Board related Equipment (PE) segment provides development, manufacturing, sales and maintenance services for printed circuit board related equipment. The Company also conducts the development, manufacturing and sale of equipment in the life science field, the development of software and others.
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Japan's Nikkei hit a 10-month high on Friday after high-tech companies jumped on upbeat earnings from Taiwan's TSMC while the broader market ended lower, succumbing to profit-taking after weaker-than-expected Chinese GDP data.
Japanese shares inched higher on Friday after high-tech companies jumped on upbeat earnings from Taiwan's TSMC while the overall sentiment was also underpinned after the European Union and Britain struck a severance deal.
Japan's stock benchmark Nikkei pulled back on profit-taking on Thursday, a day after rallying to more than 10-month highs, as investors waited for signs of progress on U.S.-China trade talks and Brexit negotiations.
Japanese shares took a breather on Thursday, a day after rallying to more than 10-month highs, as investors waited for signs of progress on U.S.-China trade and Brexit negotiations.
Japanese shares rallied to more than 10-month highs on Wednesday as a weaker yen lifted bluechip exporters, while chipmaking-related stocks advanced, taking their cue from Wall Street peers.
Japanese shares rallied to more than 10-month highs on Wednesday as a weaker yen lifted blue-chip exporters, while chip-related stocks advanced, taking their cue from Wall Street peers.
* Constructors, home appliance makers rise after typhoon damages
Japanese shares rose on Tuesday in a delayed response following a market holiday to a potential U.S.-China trade deal outlined by President Donald Trump last week.
Japanese shares bounced back on Tuesday ahead of high-level Sino-U.S. talks this week to resolve a damaging trade war, with semiconductor-related firms leading the gains after Samsung flagged a slightly better than expected third-quarter profit.
La borsa di Tokyo ha chiuso in ribasso di oltre il 2% e a pesare particolarmente sono state le società legate al mercato cinese dopo una nuova escalation della guerra commerciale tra Cina e Stati che ha zavorrato i mercati azionari globali.
* China unveils retaliatory tariffs on $75 bln worth of U.S. goods
* Increase in inbound tourism lifts Shiseido, other cosmetic cos
Japan's Nikkei was little changed on Wednesday, as investors held positions ahead of a key central bankers' gathering in the United States, which could provide markets with some near-term cues.
Japan's Nikkei rose for a third straight day on Tuesday as investors tiptoed back into equities amid signs of a slight easing of trade tensions between the United States and China.
Japanese shares edged up on Tuesday as investors tiptoed back into equities, amid signs of a slight easing of trade tensions between the United States and China and continued hopes for fresh stimulus moves by major economies.
Japanese stocks on Wednesday recouped nearly all of the previous day's sharp losses, thanks to Washington delaying the start of tariffs on some Chinese imports.
Japanese stocks bounced on Wednesday, after Washington delayed tariffs on some Chinese imports in much-needed reprieve for markets, with chipmaking sectors and Apple-related firms enjoying the tailwind the most.
* Investors look for companies with early signs of bottoming out
Japanese shares advanced on Tuesday morning, led by technology firms, as investors looked beyond sluggish earnings in the previous quarter and bet on a potential recovery over the coming seasons.
* Semiconductor stocks get fresh boost from TI's Q2 earnings beat
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