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Canon Inc (7751.T)

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Wed, Apr 25 2018

UPDATE 1-Japan's Canon Q1 profit rises 5.3 pct on chip-making equipment demand

* Analysts cautious about OLED panel-making equipment sales (Adds CFO comment, background)

Japan's Canon Q1 profit rises 5.3 pct, misses estimates

TOKYO, April 25 Japan's Canon Inc reported a 5.3 percent rise in first-quarter operating profit on Wednesday due to strong demand of semiconductor-making equipment. The firm, which also makes of cameras and printers, posted operating profit of 77.1 billion yen ($707.14 million) for the three months through March, from a year-before profit of 73.2 billion yen.

BRIEF-Memjet And Canon Enter Into Cross License Agreement

* MEMJET SAYS TERMS OF AGREEMENT REMAIN CONFIDENTIAL Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Canon sees 2018 profit jumping to decade high on cost cuts, medical unit

TOKYO Japan's Canon Inc said it expects operating profit to surge in 2018 to its highest level in a decade, helped by cost cuts in its copier and printer business as well as growth in new fields such as medical equipment and surveillance cameras.

Canon sees 2018 profit jumping to decade high on cost cuts, medical unit

TOKYO Japan's Canon Inc said it expects operating profit to surge in 2018 to its highest level in a decade, helped by cost cuts in its copier and printer business as well as growth in new fields such as medical equipment and surveillance cameras.

UPDATE 2-Canon sees 2018 profit jumping to decade high on cost cuts, medical unit

* Forecasts stronger yen this year (Adds forecasts for Canon's mainstay businesses)

CORRECTED-Canon sees 2018 profit jumping 27 pct as diversification pays off

TOKYO, Jan 30 Japan's Canon Inc said on Tuesday it expects operating profit to climb 27 percent in 2018, marking its second consecutive year of profit gains as its efforts to diversify away from copiers and cameras pay off.

BRIEF-R&I affirms Canon's rating at "AA+" and says stable outlook-R&I

* Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (R&I) affirmed the company's rating at "AA+"-R&I

BRIEF-Canon To Spend Up To $3.53 Bln On Acquisitions Over Next 3 Years - Nikkei

* CANON TO SPEND UP TO 400 BILLION YEN ($3.53 BILLION) ON ACQUISITIONS OVER NEXT 3 YEARS - NIKKEI

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