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Felissimo Corp (3396.T)

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Felissimo announces changes in shareholding structure
Thursday, 12 May 2016 11:37pm EDT 

Felissimo Corp <3396.T>: Says the president Kazuhiko Yazaki to decrease stake to 0 percent from 16.4 percent . Says YK Jufuku to decrease stake to 0 percent from 10.1 percent . Says KK Megamiyama Jimusho to increase stake to 11.6 percent from 8.1 percent .Says effective June 3.  Full Article

Felissimo completes repurchase of 2.9 mln shares
Thursday, 12 May 2016 09:37pm EDT 

Felissimo Corp <3396.T>: Says it completed repurchase of 2.9 million shares of its common stock, representing a 29 percent stake, for 2.65 billion yen in total .Share repurchase period from April 11 to May 12.  Full Article

FELISSIMO announces to repurchase shares
Friday, 8 Apr 2016 02:00am EDT 

FELISSIMO CORP:To repurchase up to 3,200,100 shares, representing a 31.86 pct stake, at 909 yen per share.Says share repurchase up to 2,908,890,900 yen in total.Says repurchase period from April 11 to June 30.  Full Article

FELISSIMO amends consolidated full-year outlook for FY 2016
Friday, 1 Apr 2016 03:00am EDT 

FELISSIMO CORP:Says the company lowered the consolidated full-year outlook for revenue to 34,609 mln yen from 36,250 mln yen for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2016.Operating profit forecast increased to 275 mln yen from 68 mln yen.Ordinary profit forecast increased to 374 mln yen from 272 mln yen.Net profit forecast increased to 657 mln yen from 627 mln yen.Earnings per share increased to 66.69 yen from 63.63 yen.Profit outlook raised due to the cost reduction and income from the new business.  Full Article

FELISSIMO plans to set up logistics unit
Thursday, 18 Feb 2016 02:00am EST 

FELISSIMO CORP:To set up a new wholly owned subsidiary in Hyogo, which to be engaged in logistics business, with registered capital of 30 million yen, on March 1.  Full Article