Edition:
India

Shimizu Corp (1803.T)

1803.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

1,178JPY
23 Jan 2018
Change (% chg)

-- (--)
Prev Close
¥1,178
Open
--
Day's High
--
Day's Low
--
Volume
--
Avg. Vol
2,607,659
52-wk High
¥1,396
52-wk Low
¥997

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Shimizu under investigation by Japan Fair Trade Commission and Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office
Tuesday, 19 Dec 2017 

Dec 19 (Reuters) - Shimizu Corp <1803.T>:Says the co is under investigation by Japan Fair Trade Commission and Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office, due to suspicion of violation of Anti-Trust Law .  Full Article

Shimizu adjusts conversion price for 2020 due euro-yen denominated convertible bonds
Wednesday, 29 Jun 2016 

Shimizu Corp <1803.T> :Says it adjusts the conversion price for 2020 due euro-yen denominated convertible bonds to 1,342.9 yen per share, from 1,352 yen per share, effective April 1.  Full Article

Shimizu raises consolidated full-year outlook and year-end dividend forecast for FY 2016
Thursday, 14 Apr 2016 

Shimizu Corp:Says the company raised the consolidated full-year outlook for the FY ended March 2016.Revenue forecast increased to 1,645,000 million yen from 1,640,000 million yen.Operating profit forecast increased to 94,000 million yen from 81,000 million yen.Ordinary profit forecast increased to 94,500 million yen from 84,000 million yen.Net profit forecast increased to 58,500 million yen from 54,000 million yen.Comments that improvement of profitability the main reasons for the forecast.Says it raised the year-end dividend forecast to 11 yen per share from 5 yen per share for the FY ended March 2016.  Full Article

R&I affirms Shimizu Corp’s rating at "A" and rating outlook stable
Wednesday, 30 Mar 2016 

Shimizu Corp:Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (R&I) has affirmed the rating on the company at "A".The rating outlook is stable.  Full Article

Nikkei falls as construction sector weighs; Japan Display jumps

TOKYO, Dec 20 Japanese stocks fell on Wednesday morning as construction shares continued to be battered amid a suspected bid-rigging scandal, while Japan Display jumped on a media report the firm is discussing an investment from three Chinese panel makers.