Nomura Holdings Inc (8604.T)
19 Jun 2013
|Market Cap (Mil.):||¥2,855,454.00|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||3,822.56|
TOKYO, June 6 - Takumi Shibata, the former No.2 executive at Japanese brokerage Nomura Holdings Inc, will become chairman of Nikko Asset Management in an appointment the mutual fund giant said would bolster governance ahead of a planned listing of its shares.
Underlying govt bond Over Mid-swaps, equivalent to 49.2bp
TOKYO, May 22 - Japan's largest brokerage firm Nomura Holdings Inc said on Wednesday it was seeking partners to expand its retail and asset management operations in Southeast Asia and was in talks with several financial institutions in the region.
TOKYO, May 22 - Japan's Nomura Holdings Inc said on Wednesday that it had raised its target for retail client assets to 100 trillion yen ($975 billion) by March 2016 after clearing the previous target of 90 trillion yen last month amid a sharp rally in Japanese stocks.
* Profit-taking on interest rate-sensitive sectors weighs * Utility stocks buck weakness on Nomura's rating hikes * Nomura expects 26.2 pct rise in large cap operating profits By Tomo Uetake TOKYO, May 14 - The Nikkei share average slipped for the first time in three days on Tuesday, moving away from 5-1/2 year highs as climbs in bond yields prompted profit-taking in reflationary plays such as real-estate and financial stocks. The Nikkei, already on a bull run on t
* Utility shares outperform on Nomura's rating hikes * Nomura expects 26.2 pct rise in large caps' profits * Brokerage stocks fall on profit-taking * Nikkei and Topix in and out of positive territory By Ayai Tomisawa TOKYO, May 14 - The Nikkei share average edged up on Tuesday as gains in utility stocks offset weakness in brokerages while trading remained choppy with investors growing more circumspect over the rapid pace of the latest rally. Traders said that t
TOKYO, May 9 - Japanese investors appear to be ploughing more money into foreign currency assets in keeping with widespread expectations that Japan's aggressive push to reflate its economy would lead to a massive flight of funds out of the country and further weaken the yen.
MILAN, May 6 - The main shareholder in bailed-out Italian lender Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena has cut its valuation of the bank to a quarter of what it was two years ago after a scandal over risky derivative deals.
TOKYO, May 1 - With losses from ill-fated expansions still fresh in their minds, executives at Daiwa Securities Group and other top Japanese brokerages are waiting to see if the "Abenomics" boost has staying power before they invest aggressively again.
Notes The issue size will total 1.25 billion euro