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Edion Corp (2730.T)

2730.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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23 May 2017
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Edion amends conversion price
Wednesday, 29 Jun 2016 02:15am EDT 

Edion corp <2730.T>: Says it amended the conversion price to 894 yen per share from 896 yen for the 2021 due euro-yen denominated convertible bonds with warrants . Says it amended the conversion price to 1,237.2 yen per share from 1,240 yen for the 2025 due euro-yen denominated convertible bonds with warrants .Says the changes effective after April 1.  Full Article

EDION completes share repurchase
Tuesday, 21 Jul 2015 10:00pm EDT 

EDION Corp:Completes repurchase of 5,644,200 shares of its common stock, at the price of 4,983,126,091 yen in total, on July 21.  Full Article

EDION repurchases 311,200 shares
Wednesday, 3 Jun 2015 09:00pm EDT 

EDION Corp:Repurchased 311,200 shares at 296,884,800 yen on June 4, as part of share repurchase plan to repurchase up to 6,000,000 shares from June 4 to Dec. 30.  Full Article

EDION to issue 2025 due Euro Yen- denominated convertible bonds
Wednesday, 3 Jun 2015 03:30am EDT 

EDION Corp:To issue 2025 due Euro Yen- denominated convertible bonds worth 15 billion yen.Par value of 10 million yen.Says issue price at 100.5 pct of par value.Says issue date on June 19 (London time).Nomura International plc will act as arranger.Says warrants with the convertibles can be exercised during the period from July 3 to June 5, 2025.Bonds maturity date on June 19, 2025.Proceeds raised will be used to development business and to acquire land and building.  Full Article

EDION announces to repurchase shares
Wednesday, 3 Jun 2015 03:30am EDT 

EDION Corp:To repurchase 5,241,000 shares at 954 yen per share on June 4.  Full Article

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BRIEF-Edion to repurchase shares

* Says it will repurchase up to 2 million shares, representing 2.1 percent of outstanding