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Japan Display Inc (6740.T)

6740.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

254JPY
24 Mar 2017
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¥258
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¥257
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¥259
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¥253
Volume
7,491,000
Avg. Vol
17,889,753
52-wk High
¥398
52-wk Low
¥138

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Japan Display to issue 45 bln yen bonds, to raise stake in JOLED Inc.
Wednesday, 21 Dec 2016 01:50am EST 

Japan Display Inc <6740.T>: Says it plans to issue denominated convertible bonds with warrants for 45 billion yen via private placement . Says the conversion price at 430 yen per share . Says maturity date on Jan. 11, 2024 and payment date on Jan. 11, 2017 . Says interest rate at 0 percent . Says the proceeds to be used to fund R& D of printing method . Says Innovation Network Corporation of Japan will raise stake in the co to 45.1 percent from 35.6 percent after the bonds issuance .Says the co plans to raise stake in JOLED Inc. to more than 51 percent, up from 15 percent.  Full Article

Japan Display seeks cash assistance from top shareholder - Nikkei
Friday, 5 Aug 2016 01:24pm EDT 

Nikkei: Japan Display has asked for cash assistance from public-private fund that is its top shareholder amid sluggish shipments of LCD panels for iPhone - Nikkei .Japan Display hopes to receive tens of billions of yen from the Innovation Network Corp. of Japan - Nikkei.  Full Article

Japan Display expects extraordinary loss for FY 2016
Wednesday, 16 Mar 2016 01:50am EDT 

Japan Display Inc:Says it expects an extraordinary loss of 14 bln yen recorded as reform cost for fiscal year ending March 2016.  Full Article

Japan Display appoints president and chairman
Friday, 24 Apr 2015 12:30am EDT 

Japan Display Inc:Appoints Shuji Aruga as president to succeed Shuichi Ohtsuka.Appoints Mitsuru Honma as chairman of the board.Effective June.  Full Article

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