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Obayashi Corp

1802.T

Latest Trade

975.00JPY

Change

12.00(+1.25%)

Volume

867,800

Today's Range

968.00

 - 

982.00

52 Week Range

853.00

 - 

1,077.00

As of on the Tokyo Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
963.00
Open
971.00
Volume
867,800
3M AVG Volume
53.31
Today's High
982.00
Today's Low
968.00
52 Week High
1,077.00
52 Week Low
853.00
Shares Out (MIL)
717.68
Market Cap (MIL)
700,585.90
Forward P/E
9.06
Dividend (Yield %)
3.30

Next Event

Q2 2022 Obayashi Corp Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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Obayashi Corp - Received Partial Ban Of 120 Days On Private-Sector Building Contracts After Guilty Verdict For Anti-Trust Practices

Seismic Announces Strategic Partnerships With Cintas, Obayashi, Transforming Age & Solid Biosciences

R&I upgrades Obayashi's rating to "A+" from "A" and says stable outlook -R&I

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About Obayashi Corp

OBAYASHI CORPORATION is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the construction and real estate business. The Company has five business segments. The Domestic Construction segment is engaged in the construction work, interior work and equipment work in Japan, the sale and leasing of construction materials, and the building management business. The Overseas Construction segment is engaged in the construction work and related business in North America and Southeast Asia. The Domestic Civil Engineering segment and the Oversea Civil Engineering segment are engaged in the civil engineering work and related business in Japan, North America and Southeast Asia. The Real Estate segment is engaged in the sale and rental of real estate, and the development of land. The Company is also engaged in the private finance initiative (PFI) business, renewable energy business, information and communication technology (ICT) related business, financial business, and the golf courses operation business.

Industry

Construction Services

Contact Info

Tower B

Shinagawa Intercity, 2-15-2, Konan

MINATO-KU, TKY

108-8502

Japan

+81.3.57691111

https://www.obayashi.co.jp/

Executive Leadership

Takeo Ohbayashi

Chairman of the Board, Representative Director

Kenji Hasuwa

President, Representative Director

Atsushi Sasagawa

Executive Vice President, Chief Director of Total Sales, Director of Tokyo Main Office Construction Business, Manager of Tokyo Main Office, Director

Yasuo Kotera

Executive Vice President, Director

Toshihiko Murata

Executive Vice President, Chief Director of Yumeshima Development Promotion, Manager of Osaka Main Office, Director

Key Stats

2.67 mean rating - 9 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, JPY)

2019

2.0K

2020

2.1K

2021

1.8K

2022(E)

1.9K
EPS (JPY)

2019

157.650

2020

157.590

2021

137.640

2022(E)

106.670
Price To Earnings (TTM)
7.89
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.39
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.74
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
6.35
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
29.03
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
21.74
Return on Investment (TTM)
7.48
Return on Equity (TTM)
3.99

Latest News

Latest News

Olympics: Japan to ease state of emergency, focus on Games spectators

Japan said on Thursday it would ease emergency coronavirus curbs in nine prefectures including Tokyo while keeping some measures, including limiting spectator numbers at big events, amid fears that next month's Olympics could trigger a surge in infections.

Japan to release contaminated Fukushima water into sea after treatment

Japan will release more than 1 million tonnes of contaminated water from the destroyed Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, the government said on Tuesday, a move China called "extremely irresponsible", while South Korea summoned Tokyo's ambassador in Seoul to protest.

Oil edges lower on oversupply concerns as OPEC+ set to raise output

Oil prices fell on Monday on concerns about oversupply as OPEC and its allies, together known as OPEC+, are due to pull back from production cuts in August while an increase in COVID-19 cases worldwide raised fears of slower pick-up in fuel demand.

Oil prices slip after OPEC, allies agree to loosen oil supply curbs

* OPEC+ grouping set to ease output cuts to 7.7 mln bpd from Aug

UPDATE 1-Japan Q3 aluminium premium falls to $79/T as COVID-19 hits demand

* Japan's shipment of rolled aluminium products drops 24% in May (Adds details and quotes)

UPDATE 1-Japan's JXTG plans to spend $14 bln on transformation plan

* Aims to cut CO2 from refineries, boost CO2-free assets by 2040

Japan's JFE books record loss, aims to cut costs and sell assets

JFE Holdings Inc <5411.T> on Tuesday signalled plans to shore up cash flow, as higher raw materials costs and weaker demand from a global economy that was slowing even before the coronavirus pandemic drove it to a record net loss.

Mitsui sees 54% drop in FY20/21 profit, warns of investment cut

Mitsui & Co <8031.T> on Friday forecast a 54% plunge in net profit for the year to March 2021 as business activity slows amid the global coronavirus pandemic, and warned it may trim or delay some of its energy and resources investment plans.

Tokyo Gas annual profit halves as coronavirus impact spreads

Tokyo Gas Co Ltd <9531.T> said on Tuesday its net profit nearly halved in the year ended in March because of falling gas sales and hefty one-off losses on its upstream assets overseas after oil prices collapsed.

Oil prices mixed, U.S. inventory build-up heightens oversupply concerns

Crude oil benchmarks opened the month mixed on Wednesday, following their biggest-ever quarterly and monthly losses, overshadowed by fears of global oversupply as data showed a bigger-than-expected rise in inventories in the United States.

Mitsui may book up to $642 million impairment loss amid oil slump

Japanese trading house Mitsui & Co Ltd <8031.T> said on Friday it may book an impairment loss of 50 billion to 70 billion yen ($458 million to $642 million) in the year ending March 31 due to falling commodity prices and coronavirus impact.

Oil rises for 2nd day amid hopes for output cut by U.S. producers

Oil prices climbed for a second day on Wednesday, lifted by hopes that U.S. producers will cut output, but gains were limited compared with Monday's crash after Saudi Arabia and Russia triggered a price war.

Oil bounces as investors hunt bargains; virus fears cap gains

Oil rose on Tuesday as investors snapped up bargains after crude benchmarks dropped almost 4% in the previous session, but fears that the spreading coronavirus could wreak far greater economic damage than initially thought capped gains.

Trading house Mitsubishi voices concern over coronavirus impact

Japan's Mitsubishi Corp <8058.T> is watching developments from the coronavirus outbreak for effects on the global economy and prices of natural resources, its finance chief said after the trading house reported a drop in net profit

Mitsui CFO: China virus outbreak may slow manufacturing activity

Japan's Mitsui & Co <8031.T> sees China's coronavirus outbreak possibly slowing manufacturing activity, while slumping commodities prices, including iron ore, may weigh on its earnings, the trading house's executive said on Tuesday.

RPT-FOCUS-How rare earth shocks lifted an upstart Australian mining company

Sprawled across a spent volcano on the remote edge of the Great Victoria Desert in Western Australia, the Mount Weld mine seems a world away from the U.S.-China trade war.

How rare earth shocks lifted an upstart Australian mining company

Sprawled across a spent volcano on the remote edge of the Great Victoria Desert in Western Australia, the Mount Weld mine seems a world away from the U.S.-China trade war.

UPDATE 1-Japan Oct crude steel output dips for 4th month as some plants remained shut

* Drop reflects plant suspensions due to typhoon and fire (Adds details)

UPDATE 1-Inpex: some buyers seeking delays, cuts in LNG term cargoes from Australia's Ichthys

* Ichthys likely to contribute 65 bln yen to Inpex FY profit (Adds details)

Marubeni says U.S.-China trade war weighs on its U.S. agri business

The U.S.-China trade war has weighed on the profits of Marubeni Corp's U.S. agri-businesses, but the Japanese trading company has no plans to change its U.S. strategy, a senior executive said on Friday.

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