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Tokyo Dome completes share repurchase
Tokyo Dome to repurchase up to 3.2 pct shares
Tokyo Dome Corp's Feb-July Operating Profit Likely Fell To Just Below 6 Bln Yen Y/Y - Nikkei
TOKYO DOME CORPORATION is a Japan-based company primarily providing entertainment and related services. The Company operates in seven business segments. The Tokyo Dome City segment is engaged in the operation of entertainment and service providing facilities located in Tokyo and Aqueduct districts. The Distribution segment operates cosmetics and miscellaneous goods retail stores under the name SHOP-IN. The Real Estate segment manages properties for leasing outside Tokyo and Aqueduct districts. The Atami segment is engaged in the operation of Atami Korakuen Hotel. The Sapporo segment operates Tokyo Dome Hotel Sapporo. The Bicycle Racetrack segment is engaged in the operation of the bicycle racetrack in Chiba prefecture. The Others segment is engaged in the ownership and management of securities, video software production, cable television broadcasting, golf course operation, among others.
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Vice President, Executive Officer, Chief Director of Business, President of Subsidiaries, Representative Director
Senior Managing Director, Executive Officer, Chief Director of Sales, President of Subsidiaries, Representative Director
Senior Managing Director, Executive Officer, Deputy Chief Director of Business
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* Beijing, Washington to hold trade talks, boosts risk sentiment
Japanese shares advanced to a one month-high on Thursday as investors cheered some easing tension in Hong Kong, British lawmakers' vote against a "no-deal" Brexit and signs of progress in U.S.-China trade talks.
* Reduced Sino-U.S. trade war concerns lift China-linked shares
Japanese shares advanced on Thursday as investors cheered Wall Street's overnight gains, thanks to signs of easing Sino-U.S. trade tensions, with technology firms getting a boost from a rally in their U.S. peers.
Japan's Nikkei fell on Thursday on the back of broad weakness in global equities, while investors awaited damage assessments after a powerful earthquake in Hokkaido, the latest in a series of natural disasters to hit the country this year.
Japan's Nikkei share average advanced to a more than one-month high on Wednesday as exporters such as automakers and technology firms got a boost after the dollar hit a six-month high against the yen.
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* TOKYO DOME CORP'S OPERATING PROFIT LOOKS TO HAVE FALLEN 10 PERCENT TO A LITTLE OVER 11 BILLION YEN FOR THE YEAR ENDED IN JANUARY - NIKKEI
* Tokyo Dome's operating profit apparently fell 10 pct on the year in the first half through July to around 6 billion yen ($55.2 million) - Nikkei
* Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (R&I) changed the company's rating to "BBB-" from "BB+"-R&I
* Tokyo Dome's operating profit probably remained flat at more than 2 billion yen ($18.2 million) in the February-April quarter - Nikkei
* Tokyo dome's operating profit appears to held steady for year ended Jan at nearly 13 billion yen, better than projected decline of 8%
* Tokyo Dome likely logged a nearly 11 billion yen ($96 million) operating profit for the nine months ended October - Nikkei
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