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R&I affirms Central Japan Railway's rating at "AA" and says stable outlook -R&I
Central Japan Railway says change of president and chairman
R&I affirms Central Japan Railway's rating at "AA" and announces stable outlook-R&I
Central Japan Railway Company is a Japan-based company mainly involved in the provision of railway services. The Company operates in three business segments. The Transportation segment is engaged in the operation of Tokaido Shinkansen railways and the conventional railways in the Tokai area, as well as the provision of bus services. The Distribution segment is engaged in the operation of department stores in JR central towers, as well as the merchandising business in train compartments and stations. The Real Estate segment is engaged in the leasing and sale of station buildings and other real estate. The Company is also engaged in the operation of hotels, tourism and advertising businesses, the manufacture of railway vehicles, as well as the provision of maintenance, inspection and repair services for various equipment.
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Japan's Nikkei reached a six-week high on Tuesday, with a weaker yen lifting exporters and a bounce in bond yields buoying financial companies.
Japanese shares slipped on Monday after the United States and China imposed more tariffs on each other's goods, escalating a dispute that is increasingly weighing on export-reliant Asia and disrupting global trade.
Japanese shares dipped on Monday as the weekend activation by the United States and China of tariffs on some of each other's goods deepened the ongoing trade war between the pair.
Japan's Nikkei edged up to a one-month high on Thursday as investors bought carmakers and other cyclical shares on growing hopes that a trade deal can be reached between Washington and Beijing.
* Defensive shares, such as railway firms, utilities, lead gains
Japanese shares edged up to new two-month peaks on Tuesday, supported by hopes of a breakthrough in U.S.-China trade talks, with investors snatching up defensive shares amid lingering worries about the global economic slowdown.
Japan's Nikkei inched up on Tuesday, led by gains in defensive shares such as utilities, after the index spent much of the day in the red after warnings from U.S. industry bellwethers Caterpillar and Nvidia raised concerns over weakening Chinese demand.
Japan's Nikkei fell on Tuesday as warnings from U.S. industry bellwethers Caterpillar and Nvidia dragged down shares of construction machinery makers and chip-related companies.
Japan's Nikkei rose on Thursday in choppy trade with gains for defensive stocks and companies linked to inbound tourism demand after data showed a bounce in visitors in October.
Japan's Nikkei share index was little changed on Thursday as investors stayed on the sidelines before a three-day weekend, but companies linked to inbound tourism demand rose after data showed a rebound in visitors in October.
Japan's Nikkei edged higher in choppy trade on Wednesday as investors picked up defensive stocks on the dips, while index-heavyweight SoftBank dived on news it was to buy a majority stake in U.S. shared office space provider WeWork.
* SoftBank tumbles as said to be eyeing investment in We Work
* Rare Japanese unicorn Mercari traded at 66 pct above IPO price
* Says raid over suspicion of "deceptive obstruction of business"
Shares of Obayashi Corp were down as much as 6 percent on Monday after media reported it is under investigation on suspicion of rigging contracts for Japan's magnetic levitation train line.
Kobe Steel Ltd's <5406.T> tampering with specifications has led to a scramble among the 525 customers currently affected to check the safety of their cars, planes, trains and other products.
(Corrects the name of the Tepco site that received affected products to the Fukushima Daini station, not Fukushima Daiichi)
Kobe Steel Ltd's <5406.T> admission that it fabricated specifications on some of its aluminum, copper and other products has left about 500 affected companies scrambling to pin down the potential impact.
Kobe Steel Ltd's admission that it fabricated specifications on some of its aluminium, copper and other products has left about 500 affected companies scrambling to pin down the potential impact.
The revelation that Japan's third-biggest steelmaker Kobe Steel Ltd <5406.T> fabricated data for some of its aluminum and copper and other products has left affected manufacturers scrambling to pin down the potential impact.
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