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Sojitz Corp (2768.T)

2768.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

411JPY
21 Sep 2018
Change (% chg)

¥5 (+1.23%)
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¥406
Open
¥409
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¥411
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Volume
10,564,000
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¥433
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¥303

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Sojitz is likely to beat net profit target this fiscal year - Nikkei‍​
Friday, 8 Sep 2017 01:09pm EDT 

Sept 8 (Reuters) - Nikkei‍​:Sojitz is likely to beat its net profit target this fiscal year - Nikkei‍​.Sojitz is set to generate more than half of its projected fiscal 2017 net profit during the april-september half - Nikkei‍​.  Full Article

Sojitz Corp plans to boost net profit to 100 bln yen by fiscal 2021 - Nikkei
Thursday, 29 Jun 2017 03:07pm EDT 

June 30 (Reuters) - Nikkei::Sojitz Corp plans to boost net profit to 100 billion yen by fiscal 2021 - Nikkei.Sojitz Corp to invest up to 150 billion yen this fiscal year on businesses such as aircraft leasing and car dealerships - Nikkei.  Full Article

Sojitz announces on-site inspection of subsidiary by Japan Fair Trade Commission
Tuesday, 18 Apr 2017 12:53am EDT 

April 18 (Reuters) - Sojitz Corp <2768.T> ::* Says Japan Fair Trade Commission has conducted on an on-site inspection of a subsidiary of the company on April 18.  Full Article

Sojitz acquires 33% stake in Birdsboro Power from Ares EIF Group - Nikkei
Wednesday, 5 Apr 2017 04:55pm EDT 

Nikkei :Sojitz Corp acquires 33% stake in Birdsboro Power in Pennsylvania from Ares EIF Group; total project costs will top $500 million - Nikkei.  Full Article

Sojitz says change of chairman, president and CEO
Tuesday, 28 Feb 2017 09:38pm EST 

Sojitz Corp <2768.T> : Says co appoints current president and CEO Yoji Sato as new chairman . Co appoints Masayoshi Fujimoto as new president and CEO to succeed Yoji Sato .Changes will occur in June.  Full Article

Vietnam food firm plans to sell 11 pct stake to Sojitz for up to $35 mln

HANOI, Aug 20 Vietnamese food and agricultural firm PAN Group JSC said on Monday it was planning to raise at least 817.3 billion dong ($35.09 million) by selling an 11 percent stake to Japan's Sojitz.