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Nippon Sheet Glass Company, Limited

5202.T

Latest Trade

516.00JPY

Change

-12.00(-2.27%)

Volume

958,200

Today's Range

510.00

 - 

521.00

52 Week Range

461.00

 - 

785.00

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

Pricing

Previous Close
528.00
Open
520.00
Volume
958,200
3M AVG Volume
19.28
Today's High
521.00
Today's Low
510.00
52 Week High
785.00
52 Week Low
461.00
Shares Out (MIL)
90.91
Market Cap (MIL)
48,013.15
Forward P/E
3.80
Dividend (Yield %)
--

Next Event

Q3 2022 Nippon Sheet Glass Co Ltd Earnings Release

Latest Developments

More

Nippon Sheet Glass Co Ltd - Announces Transfer Of Battery Separator Business To Entek

Nippon Sheet Glass Co To Buy Back 5,000 Class A Shares Worth About 5.8 Billion Yen

R&I affirms Nippon Sheet Glass's rating at "BB+" and changes outlook to stable from negative

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About Nippon Sheet Glass Company, Limited

Nippon Sheet Glass Company, Limited is mainly engaged in the manufacture and sale of glass products. The Company operates in four business segments. The Construction Glass segment provides sheet glass for construction material market and processed glass for interior and exterior uses. The Automobile Glass segment offers glass products for new automobile assembly and repair uses. The Functional Glass segment offers thin sheet glass for small displays, printer lens and optical components, as well as glass fiber products, such as battery separators and engine timing belt materials. The Other segment is involved in corporate management and other small businesses.

Industry

Constr. - Supplies & Fixtures

Contact Info

20F, Sumitomo Fudosan Mita Twin Bldg.

Nishikan, 3-5-27, Mita

MINATO-KU, TKY

108-6321

Japan

+81.3.54439522

http://www.nsg.co.jp/

Executive Leadership

Yasuyuki Kimoto

Chairman of the Board of Directors, Independent Director

Shigeki Mori

Executive President, Chief Executive Officer, Representative Executive Officer, Director

Reiko Kusunose

Chief Financial Officer, Managing Executive Officer

Hiroshi Aiura

Executive Officer, Group Director of Finance Unit

Iain Smith

Executive Officer, Director of Finance

Key Stats

3.00 mean rating - 4 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, JPY)

2019

0.6K

2020

0.6K

2021

0.5K

2022(E)

0.6K
EPS (JPY)

2019

115.160

2020

-235.960

2021

-208.320

2022(E)

135.667
Price To Earnings (TTM)
11.49
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.08
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.85
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
1.04
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
534.22
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
362.08
Return on Investment (TTM)
2.02
Return on Equity (TTM)
1.32

Latest News

Latest News

Japanese stocks track Dow lower, chip shares limit fall

Japanese stocks fell on Monday, tracking the Dow's losses at the end of last week amid renewed coronavirus concerns, while chip-related shares followed their U.S. peers higher.

Japan stocks log biggest weekly loss in 9 months as virus wave weighs

Japanese stocks clocked their biggest weekly loss in nine months as investors refrained from placing big bets amid a resurgence in COVID-19 cases and on U.S. inflation scare, despite a slight climb in the day on positive corporate earnings.

Japanese shares rise on Wall Street rebound, corporate earnings

Japanese stocks reclaimed lost ground on Friday after three consecutive days of losses, as a rebound in Wall Street and positive corporate earnings lured buyers back to the markets.

Nikkei gains as glass firms, department stores shine on upbeat earnings

Japanese shares rose on Tuesday, led by gains in stocks of glass product companies and department store operators after their robust earnings, though concerns about rising domestic COVID-19 cases undermined travel-related shares.

Nikkei rises as glass firms, department stores gain on upbeat earnings

Japanese shares rose on Tuesday, led by gains in stocks of glass product companies and department store operators after their robust earnings, though concerns about rising domestic COVID-19 cases undermined travel-related shares.

CORRECTED-Japan's Topix gains most in 7 months on Nasdaq rebound

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 stocks track China markets lower as coronavirus spreads

Japanese shares closed lower on Monday, tracking a sharp sell-off in Chinese equities, on rising worries over the economic impact from the coronavirus outbreak in China.

Japan shares fall as China stocks tumble on coronavirus fears

Japanese shares fell on Monday, tracking the sharp sell-off in Chinese shares on their first trading day after the Lunar New Year break, as worries mounted about the economic fallout due to the coronavirus outbreak in China.

Japan stocks inch lower on profit-taking as holiday mood sets in

Japanese shares edged lower on Tuesday ahead of Christmas holidays, as some investors booked profits to cash in on a recent rally sparked by a preliminary U.S.-China trade deal.

Japan shares nudge higher on boost from healthcare sector

Japanese stocks rose slightly on Monday as the early approval of a cancer drug and an improved earnings outlook boosted the healthcare sector in thin trade ahead of the Christmas and New Year holidays.

Japan shares rise on bright outlook for healthcare sector

Japanese stocks rose on Monday as the early approval of a cancer drug and an improved earnings outlook boosted the healthcare sector in thin trade ahead of the Christmas and New Year holidays.

Japanese stocks edge lower on nearing tariff deadline

Japanese shares edged lower on Tuesday as the deadline neared for a fresh round of U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports, against the backdrop of positive comments from Washington and Beijing on progress in the trade talks.

Japanese stocks fall amid uncertainty around fresh U.S. tariffs

Japanese shares edged lower on Tuesday on lingering doubts about a fresh round of U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports against the backdrop of positive commentary from Washington and Beijing on progress in trade talks.

Canadian auto union faces Catch-22 in General Motors fight

Jerry Dias, the leader of Canada's auto union, is unsparing in his rhetorical attacks on General Motors Co's decision to close its Oshawa, Ontario, assembly plant and lay off thousands of union workers by year-end.

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