Sharp Corp (6753.T)
23 Jan 2015
TOKYO, Jan 19 - Japan's Nikkei share average rose on Monday after strong U.S. economic data buoyed sentiment and the weaker yen helped exporters such as Honda Motor Co, but Sharp Corp tumbled on a profit warning. The Nikkei rose 0.9 percent to 17,014.29, recovering from a 2-1/2-month low of 16,592.57 hit on Friday. But trading was thin, with only 2.040 billion shares changing hands, the lowest since Dec. 30 as there were fewer participants with the U.S. markets shut on Monday
* Shares slide 9 pct to match two-year lows (Adds Sharp comments, industry background)
NEW YORK - U.S. stocks rallied on Friday after five sessions of losses, helped by a sharp rebound in energy shares and data that signalled the U.S. economy was on track for solid growth.
* Sharp tumbles to 2-year low on reports of losses * Fuji Heavy rises on record high production plan for 2015 * Market awaits ECB decision this week By Ayai Tomisawa TOKYO, Jan 19 - Japan's Nikkei share average crawled back from a 2-1/2-month low on Monday morning as U.S. stocks rebounded after strong economic data buoyed sentiment, while the weaker yen helped exporters rise. Bucking the strength, Sharp Corp dived 9.1 percent to 229 yen, the lowest since December
TOKYO, Jan 7 - Sharp Corp's president said it would be tough for the Japanese electronics company to meet its annual profit forecast as pressure to cut liquid crystal display (LCD) panel prices counters the benefits of a cheaper yen.
LAS VEGAS - Sharp aims to sell its latest, super high-definition TVs later this year at a "reasonable price," a senior executive said, as the company tries to stay ahead of other consumer electronics makers offering 4K TVs.
LAS VEGAS, Jan 5 - Sharp aims to sell its latest, super high-definition TVs later this year at a "reasonable price," a senior executive said, as the company tries to stay ahead of other consumer electronics makers offering 4K TVs.
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(Removes erroneous reference to Canadian Solar in Sharp Corp item)
TOKYO, Dec 8 - Japan's Sharp Corp said on Monday it was considering selling its U.S.-based solar energy development unit Recurrent Energy, but had yet to make a final decision on any deal.