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Obayashi Corp (1802.T)

1802.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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22 Jan 2018
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Wed, Dec 20 2017

UPDATE 1-Taisei shares fall 4 pct after report on maglev project bid

* Four firms allegedly agreed to collude since around 2011-Yomiuri

Taisei shares fall 4 pct after report on maglev project bid

TOKYO, Dec 20 Shares of Taisei Corp fell more than 4 percent on Wednesday after a media report that the Japanese construction firm had asked rival Obayashi Corp to refrain from bidding on a project for magnetic levitation (maglev) trains.

UPDATE 1-Japanese construction firms targeted in fresh raids

* Taisei and Obayashi raided over suspected antitrust violations

UPDATE 3-Japan's Obayashi says offices raided by prosecutors, shares tumble

* Says raid over suspicion of "deceptive obstruction of business"

Nikkei rises to close at 25-year high, construction companies fall

TOKYO, Dec 11 Japanese stocks hit a fresh 25-year high on Monday in choppy trade as gains in financial shares and large cap stocks offset falls in real estate and construction companies, with Obayashi Corp diving more than 7 percent.

Nikkei flat as real estate, construction stocks weigh

TOKYO, Dec 11 Japanese stocks struggled for traction on Monday as gains in financial shares were offset by drops in real estate and construction companies, with Obayashi Corp diving more than 8 percent.

REFILE-Obayashi Corp shares tumble as media report alleged bid-rigging

TOKYO, Dec 11 Shares of Obayashi Corp were down as much as 6 percent on Monday after media reported it is under investigation on suspicion of rigging contracts for Japan's magnetic levitation train line.

INTERVIEW-Nippon Steel says coking coal prices to stay above $200/T through end-March

TOKYO, Dec 7 Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp , Japan's biggest steelmaker, expects coking coal to stay above $200 a tonne through the January-March quarter amid lower supplies from Australia, which may drag on its earnings.

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