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Fast Retailing Co Ltd (9983.T)

9983.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

28 Apr 2017
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Thu, Apr 13 2017

UPDATE 2-Fast Retailing says Japan price hikes 'unthinkable' as wages stagnate

* Keeps FY operating profit view unchanged at 175 bln yen (Recasts, adds CEO's comments on prices)

Uniqlo owner Fast Retailing Q2 profit jumps 80 pct

TOKYO, April 13 Japan's Fast Retailing Co Ltd , the owner of the Uniqlo casual wear brand, on Thursday reported an 80 percent jump in second-quarter operating profit, lifted by improved profit margins and a weaker yen.

BRIEF-Fast Retailing seeks trading halt for its Hong Kong depositary receipts

* Trading in its Hong Kong depositary receipts will be halted from thursday, April 13, 2017 pending release of interim results Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Nikkei ekes out small gains after Fed; Fast Retailing falls

TOKYO, March 16 Japanese stocks eked out small gains in choppy trade on Thursday after the U.S. Federal Reserve hiked U.S. interest rates, but signalled no pick-up in the pace of tightening.

Nikkei slips, thanks to strong yen on Fed view, Fast Retailing's fall

TOKYO, March 16 Japanese stocks declined on Thursday, hurt by the dollar's fall against the yen as the U.S. Federal Reserve signalled fewer future rate hikes than many expected and by Fast Retailing Co's tumble on a media report.

UPDATE 2-Japan Uniqlo owner posts biggest quarterly operating profit in 2 years

* Maintains operating profit forecast of 175 bln yen for FY17 (Adds CFO comments)

Fast Retailing Q1 operating profit up 16.7 pct y/y

TOKYO, Jan 12 Japan's Fast Retailing Co Ltd , the owner of the Uniqlo casual wear brand, on Thursday said its first-quarter operating income rose 16.7 percent from a year ago on increased sales and domestic cost-saving measures.

Nikkei slips as Toyota reels from Trump threat, Fast Retailing fall

TOKYO, Jan 6 Japan's Nikkei share average dropped on Friday as automakers dragged after incoming U.S President Donald Trump threatened to slap punitive taxes on Toyota cars imported into the United States from Mexico, while Fast Retailing weighed on the market.

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