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Olympus Corp (7733.T)

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

R&I affirms Olympus Corp's rating at "BBB+" and announces stable outlook
Friday, 21 Aug 2015 02:00am EDT 

Olympus Corp:Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (R&I) affirmed the company's rating at "BBB+".Rating outlook stable.  Full Article

Olympus announces investigation of subsidiaries and expects extraordinary loss for Q1 of FY 2016
Thursday, 6 Aug 2015 02:30am EDT 

Olympus Corp:Says indirectly holding subsidiary Olympus Latin America, Inc and Olympus Optical do Brasil, Ltda have received investigation from US Department of Justice of the based on the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, regarding medical business.Expected extraordinary loss of 2,421 mln yen for Q1 of FY ending March 2016.  Full Article

Olympus announces resignation of chairman
Friday, 8 May 2015 02:30am EDT 

Olympus Corp:Says Yasuyuki Kimoto to resign from chairman of the board on June 26.  Full Article

Olympus expects extraordinary loss for FY 2015
Friday, 8 May 2015 02:30am EDT 

Olympus Corp:Sees extraordinary loss of about 53.9 bln yen as allowance on settlement of investigation on subsidiary Olympus Corporation of the Americas, which was disclosed on Feb. 6, for fiscal year ended March 2015.  Full Article

Olympus to pay year-end dividend for FY 2015
Friday, 8 May 2015 02:30am EDT 

Olympus Corp:To pay year-end dividend of 10 yen per share, compared with latest dividend forecast of an undetermined value, for fiscal year ended March 2015.Record date March 31 and effective date June 29.  Full Article

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