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Amada Holdings Co Ltd (6113.T)

6113.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

22 Jun 2018
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Amada Holdings says merger between units
Monday, 12 Feb 2018 08:39pm EST 

Feb 13 (Reuters) - Amada Holdings Co Ltd <6113.T>:Says unit AMADA CO., LTD. will merge with Kanakawa-based unit, which is engaged in development and manufacture of metalworking machines, effective April 1 .Says Kanakawa-based unit will be dissolved after merger .  Full Article

R&I affirms AMADA HOLDINGS' rating at "A+" and says stable outlook – R&I
Monday, 25 Dec 2017 01:56am EST 

Dec 25 (Reuters) - AMADA HOLDINGS Co Ltd <6113.T> ::Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (R&I) affirmed the company's rating at "A+" – R&I.Rating outlook stable– R&I.  Full Article

Amada Holdings to adopt International Financial Reporting Standards
Thursday, 30 Mar 2017 02:20am EDT 

Amada Holdings Co Ltd <6113.T>: Says the co will apply International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as the new accounting method, to replace the current Japanese Accounting Standards .Says IFRS effective from financial report for Q1 to Q3 of FY ending March 2019.  Full Article

Amada Holdings to lower its targeted total return ratio to at least 50%, starting with current FY ending March 2017 - Nikkei
Monday, 5 Sep 2016 01:18pm EDT 

: Amada Holdings will lower its targeted total return ratio to at least 50%, starting with the current fiscal year ending March 2017 - Nikkei . Amada to spend more on investment to strengthen operations in sheet metal processing equipment, with buybacks implemented flexibly based on stock price, return on equity - Nikkei . For fiscal 2016, Amada Holdings is expected to pay an annual dividend of 42 yen (41 cents) per share - Nikkei . Amada Holdings targets group sales of 400 bln yen in fiscal 2020, up 32% from last fiscal year, and pretax profit of 80 billion yen, up 86% - Nikkei .To strengthen automation equipment, Amada hopes to deepen partnerships with such industrial machinery builders as Fanuc - Nikkei.  Full Article