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Kenedix Inc (4321.T)

4321.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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4321.T

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About

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)

Overall

Beta: 2.47
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥116,373.80
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 265.69
Dividend: 4.00
Yield (%): 0.91

Financials

  4321.T Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 11.74 28.88 15.79
EPS (TTM): 37.32 -- --
ROI: 8.50 5.53 0.46
ROE: 11.45 8.15 16.59

BRIEF-Kenedix unit to buy office building in Tokyo for 8.4 bln yen

* Says its unit will buy office building in Tokyo for 8.4 billion yen on Feb. 1, 2017

01 Nov 2016

BRIEF-Aira capital says unit to divest shares to Kenedix Asia

* Kenedix Inc has approved to Kenedix Asia Pte, to sign the share purchase agreement with Aira Property

04 Oct 2016

BRIEF-Kenedix buys back 10.8 mln shares for 5 bln yen

* Says it completed repurchase of 10.8 million shares for 5 billion yen

16 Sep 2016

Short-sellers smell blood as Japan Inc wounded by accounting scandals

* Short sellers shifting focus from Chinese companies to Japan

19 Aug 2016

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

* Says it plans to buy back up to 12 million shares for up to 5 billion yen from Aug. 12 to Oct. 31

10 Aug 2016

BRIEF-Kenedix plans commercial development project with Kenedix Retail Reit and Itochu Corp

* Says it entered into agreement with Kenedix Retail Reit Corp and Itochu Corp on Aug. 10, to jointly develop commercial development project

10 Aug 2016

BRIEF-Kenedix to buy Japan-based co

* Says it to buy a Tokyo-based co that engaged in interior construction business

03 Aug 2016

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