Shimizu Corp (1803.T)

1803.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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SHIMIZU CORPORATION is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the construction business. The Company operates in two business segments. The Construction segment involves in contracting for building. The Development segment involves in the leasing of land and buildings, as well as the orders for construction work. In addition,... (more)


Beta: 0.81
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥987,220.31
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 788.51
Dividend: 7.00
Yield (%): 0.80


  1803.T Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 9.21 19.45 24.65
EPS (TTM): 136.01 -- --
ROI: 12.33 5.81 7.22
ROE: 20.32 8.88 12.39

UPDATE 2-Japan to press charges against 4 firms over maglev train bid-rigging case

* Taisei, Kajima, Obayashi, Shimizu to face charges - regulators

23 Mar 2018

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.

20 Dec 2017

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

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

20 Dec 2017

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.

20 Dec 2017

UPDATE 1-Japanese construction firms targeted in fresh raids

* Taisei and Obayashi raided over suspected antitrust violations

19 Dec 2017

UPDATE 2-Japanese prosecutors raid more firms over maglev train contracts

* $80 bln maglev line to link Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka (Recasts, adds information on raids and background on project)

18 Dec 2017

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