Kenedix Inc (4321.T)

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Kenedix, Inc. is a Japan-based investment service provider. The Asset Management segment provides returns to real estate investors by offering investment chancres and operation services on real estate and real estate collateralized loans for real estate investors. The Real Estate Investment segment is engaged in the real estate... (more)


Beta: 2.35
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥128,226.40
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 250.93
Dividend: --
Yield (%): 0.78


  4321.T Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 13.02 22.79 20.57
EPS (TTM): 39.25 -- --
ROI: 8.38 5.46 0.43
ROE: 11.86 7.83 15.42

BRIEF-Kenedix to raise stake in KW James Street to 100 pct via unit

* Says co plans to buy stake in a US-based real estate investment firm KW James Street, LLC, via co's unit

25 May 2017

BRIEF-Kenedix to sell commercial facilities at 17.26 bln yen

* Says it will sell three commercial facilities at 17.26 billion yen in total on April 27

31 Mar 2017

BRIEF-Kenedix to buy land located in Yokohama via SPC

* Says co plans to buy a plot of land located in Yokohama via co's wholly owned limited company KRF48 (SPC) from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, on March 30

30 Mar 2017

BRIEF-Kenedix buys back 11.2 mln shares for 5 bln yen

* Says it completed share repurchase plan disclosed on Feb. 13, with a result of 11.2 million shares repurchased for 5 billion yen

22 Mar 2017

BRIEF-Kenedix to buy back 12 mln shares for 5 bln yen

* Says it plans to buy back up to 12 million shares(4.8 percent stake) for no more than 5 billion yen

13 Feb 2017

BRIEF-CRE forms business and capital alliance with Kenedix; shareholding structure change

* Says CRE Inc forms a business and capital alliance with Kenedix Inc

06 Feb 2017

BRIEF-Kenedix to invest 3,160 mln yen in anonymous association

* Says it to invest 3,160 million yen in an anonymous association (SPC)

13 Jan 2017

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