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Haseko unit to transfer smart condominiums business for about 22.9 bln yen
R&I affirms Haseko's rating at "A-" and says stable outlook -R&I
R&I upgrades HASEKO Corp's rating to "A-" and announces stable outlook -R&I
HASEKO Corporation is a construction company. The Company mainly operates three business segments. The Construction-related segment is engaged in the planning, design and construction of condominiums, the contract construction, as well as the sale and rental of construction materials and equipment. The Service-related segment is engaged in the large scale repair of condominiums, interior renovation, rental and rental management of condominiums, among others. Its Oversea-related segment is engaged in the development and sale of properties in Hawaii, United States.
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Japanese shares fell on Tuesday, dragged down by stocks that went ex-dividend and financial shares, although the losses were capped by investor appetite for scooping up discounted stocks.
Japanese stocks reversed course to close lower on Tuesday, as some investors cashed in on the indexes' sharp rally in the run-up to the fiscal year-end this month.
Japanese stocks fell on Tuesday, giving up early gains as some investors booked profits on defensive energy and utility shares before the end of the fiscal year this month.
Japan's Topix Index on Monday jumped the most in seven months, as a pause in sell-offs in U.S. treasuries boosted the tech-heavy Nasdaq index and lifted domestic shares of chipmakers.
Japan's Nikkei share average dipped on Friday as investors took profits, especially in large caps, and awaited more clarity on a U.S.-China trade deal announced last week.
Japan's Nikkei share average dipped on Friday as investors took profits, especially in shares of large-cap companies, and awaited more clarity on a U.S.-China trade deal.
Japanese stocks bounced back from early losses on Thursday, as optimism improved that the United States and China can scale back their trade war at high-level talks taking place later in the day.
Japanese share buybacks have hit a record this fiscal year and are set to maintain the booming growth as cash-rich companies bow to pressure from investors and the government to boost returns and improve governance.
* Japan Inc announced 6.5 trln yen of buybacks so far in FY 2018
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