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JAPAN PUBLICATIONS TRADING amends consolidated mid-year outlook for FY 2016
Thursday, 12 Nov 2015 02:00am EST 

JAPAN PUBLICATIONS TRADING CO LTD:Says the company increased the consolidated mid-year outlook for revenue to 3,717 mln yen from 3,675 mln yen, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2016.Sees a decrease of operating profit forecast to a loss of 15 mln yen from 1 mln yen.Sees a decrease of ordinary profit forecast to 0 mln yen from 3 mln yen.Sees a decrease of net profit forecast to a loss of 4 mln yen from 1 mln yen.Sees a decrease of earnings per share to a loss of 0.71 yen from 0.14 yen.Says profit outlook lowered due to the yen devaluation and increased cost of sales ratio.  Full Article

JAPAN PUBLICATIONS TRADING to pay year-end dividend for FY 2015
Thursday, 28 May 2015 02:00am EDT 

JAPAN PUBLICATIONS TRADING CO LTD:To pay year-end dividend of 3 yen per share, in line with latest dividend forecast, for fiscal year ended March 2015.Record date March 31 and effective date June 26.  Full Article

JAPAN PUBLICATIONS TRADING lowers consolidated full-year outlook for FY 2015
Thursday, 14 May 2015 03:30am EDT 

JAPAN PUBLICATIONS TRADING CO LTD:Says the company lowered the consolidated full-year outlook for revenue to 8,336 million yen from 8,750 million yen for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2015.Sees a decrease of operating profit forecast to 27 million yen from 120 million yen.Sees a decrease of ordinary profit forecast to 62 million yen from 110 million yen.Sees a decrease of net profit forecast to 29 million yen from 110 million yen.Sees a decrease of earnings per share to 4.27 yen from 15.77 yen.Comments the decreased profit in media section influenced by yen devaluation is the main reason for the forecast.  Full Article

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