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Subaru Corp (7270.T)

7270.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

3,583JPY
23 May 2018
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Fri, May 11 2018

UPDATE 1-Japan's Subaru sees profit slide on stronger yen, rising marketing costs

* Booked 7.6 pct profit fall last year, in line with estimates (Adds further earnings details, context)

Japan's Subaru sees full-year profit slide on rising marketing costs

TOKYO, May 11 Japan's Subaru Corp on Friday forecast a 21 percent fall in operating profit for the current financial year as it expects increased marketing costs in the United States and higher raw material prices to offset higher global car sales.

BRIEF-Subaru President: Protectionist Move In U.S. Regrettable, Will Watch Situation

* SUBARU PRESIDENT YOSHINAGA: THE 3 RETIRING BOARD MEMBERS ALL OFFERED TO RESIGN OVER INSPECTION FALSIFICATION ISSUE

UPDATE 1-Subaru to replace president after faulty inspections scandal

* President Yoshinaga to be replaced, to become chairman (Updates with company announcement)

BRIEF-Subaru Says Corporate Executive VP Nakamura To Become President

* SUBARU SAYS CORPORATE EXECUTIVE VP NAKAMURA TO BECOME PRESIDENT

Subaru to brief on top management changes at 0430 GMT

TOKYO, March 2 Japanese automaker Subaru Corp said it would hold a news conference at 1:30 p.m. (0430 GMT) in Tokyo on Friday to announce changes to top management.

Subaru shuffles top executives following inspection scandal - Nikkei

Japanese automaker Subaru Corp is shuffling executive roles ahead of time in the aftermath of a safety inspection scandal it was embroiled in, Nikkei reported on Wednesday.

UPDATE 1-Subaru shuffles top executives following inspection scandal - Nikkei

Feb 28 Japanese automaker Subaru Corp is shuffling executive roles ahead of time in the aftermath of a safety inspection scandal it was embroiled in, Nikkei reported on Wednesday.

Subaru shuffles top executives following inspection scandal - Nikkei

Feb 28 Japanese automaker Subaru Corp is shuffling executive roles ahead of time in the aftermath of a safety inspection scandal it was embroiled in, Nikkei reported on Wednesday.

BRIEF-Tomomi Nakamura To Take Over As Subaru Corp's President After Shareholders' Meeting In June - Nikkei‍​

* TOMOMI NAKAMURA TO TAKE OVER AS SUBARU CORP'S PRESIDENT AFTER SHAREHOLDERS' MEETING IN JUNE - NIKKEI‍​

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