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Fuji Oil Co Ltd (5017.T)

5017.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

262JPY
19 Jun 2019
Change (% chg)

¥7 (+2.75%)
Prev Close
¥255
Open
¥261
Day's High
¥263
Day's Low
¥260
Volume
408,600
Avg. Vol
588,172
52-wk High
¥523
52-wk Low
¥232

About

Fuji Oil Company, Ltd. is a Japan-based holding company mainly engaged in the oil and gas businesses. The Company is engaged in the refining, storage, supply and sale of petroleum. Through its subsidiaries, it also engages in supply, sale of crude oil and petroleum products; provision of cargo ships for crude oil tanker;... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.04
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥19,936.84
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 78.18
Dividend: --
Yield (%): 3.92

Financials

  5017.T Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 6.79 22.66 10.05
EPS (TTM): 37.58 -- --
ROI: 2.39 6.29 13.44
ROE: 4.11 9.59 16.44

Asia's spot oil prices rise to multi-year highs on tight supply

SINGAPORE Prices of Middle East and Russian spot crude grades sold in Asia hit multi-year highs as Asian oil buyers snapped up cargoes amid tighter supplies, trade sources said on Tuesday.

14 May 2019

UPDATE 1-Asia's spot oil prices rise to multi-year highs on tight supply

* Qatar Marine, Abu Dhabi's Murban, Russia's Sokol premiums jump

14 May 2019

UPDATE 1-Japan refiners tap more oil from Middle East to replace Iran supply

* Fuji Oil buys spot crude from Oman, Bahrain, Abu Dhabi -sources

09 May 2019

Fuji Oil seeks spot crude oil after U.S. sanctions block Iranian supply

TOKYO, May 9 Japan's Fuji Oil Co expects to secure alternative crude supplies through term contracts and by tapping the spot market after the U.S. ended waivers on sanctions on Iran, the company's president said on Thursday.

09 May 2019

Japan's Fuji Oil loads Iran oil, first cargo since U.S. sanctions waiver

TOKYO Japanese refiner Fuji Oil Co has lifted Iranian crude oil in the first cargo to head for Japan since the country received a waiver from U.S. sanctions on Tehran, a company spokesman said on Monday.

21 Jan 2019

Asia Naphtha/Gasoline-Gasoline returns to positive zone

SINGAPORE, Jan 14 Asia's naphtha crack extended gains to reach a 1-1/2 week high of $44.68 a tonne on Monday while the gasoline crack returned to the positive territory of 19 cents a barrel for the first time in nearly a week, supported by weaker feedstock crude oil prices. - Naphtha trades were mostly muted following a string of purchases last week, mostly for cargoes scheduled for second-half February delivery. - Japan's Fuji Oil was one of those buyers that had bought

14 Jan 2019

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