Sharp Corp (6753.T)
22 Aug 2014
|Market Cap (Mil.):||¥547,791.19|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||1,701.21|
* GPIF shift positive catalyst for stocks in medium-term - analyst * Yen's retreat lifts exporters * Some see Japanese stocks as being oversold By Ayai Tomisawa TOKYO, Aug 11 - Japanese stocks bounced strongly on Monday morning, recouping some of their steep losses suffered on Friday after Wall Street rallied on easing tensions in Ukraine, and exporters rose as the yen stepped back from last week's sharp gains. The Nikkei share average jumped 1.7 percent to 15,031
* Competition with Sharp heats up as both pursue Chinese makers (Adds quotes from CEO, details on company strategy)
TOKYO - Japan's Sharp Corp said it expected revenue from Chinese smartphone makers to increase fivefold in the six months to September after a jump in smartphone panel orders helped boost operating profit by 55 percent in the first quarter.
* LCD panel unit makes up 46 pct of op profit, third of sales
TOKYO, Aug 1 - Japan's Sharp Corp posted a 55 percent increase in operating profit for the April-June quarter, beating its own guidance to break even.
TOKYO - Sharp Corp said on Thursday it would pull out of solar cell production in Europe, handing its share of joint venture 3Sun to partner Enel Green Power SpA, a subsidiary of Italian utility Enel SpA .
TOKYO, July 24 - Sharp Corp said on Thursday it would pull out of solar cell production in Europe, handing its share of joint venture 3Sun to partner Enel Green Power SpA, a subsidiary of Italian utility Enel SpA.
TOKYO, July 11 - Japan's Sharp Corp said on Friday that it would post a 14.3 billion yen ($141.18 million) extraordinary loss as it pulls out of solar power production in Europe as part of its restructuring in the region.
TOKYO, July 11 - Japan's Sharp Corp said on Friday that it would post a 14.3 billion yen ($141.18 million) extraordinary loss for the April-June quarter related to a restructuring of its European solar panel business.
TOKYO - Sharp Corp is in talks over licensing Taiwanese and Turkish firms to make and sell its home appliances in Europe, a source with knowledge of the discussions said, as it tries to cut costs to counter stagnant sales on the continent.