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Obayashi Corp (1802.T)

1802.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

1,186JPY
20 Apr 2018
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Volume
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OBAYASHI CORPORATION is primarily engaged in construction business. The Company operates in five segments. The Domestic Construction segment is involved in the contracting of construction work and related business in Japan. The Oversea Construction segment is involved in the contracting of construction work and related business... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.41
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥855,710.38
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 721.51
Dividend: 14.00
Yield (%): 2.78

Financials

  1802.T Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 8.54 28.49 25.30
EPS (TTM): 138.90 -- --
ROI: 11.02 5.25 8.51
ROE: 15.81 7.47 13.83

Two arrested in Japanese fast-train bid-rigging case

TOKYO A Kajima Corp official and a former executive of Taisei Corp were arrested on Friday as part of an investigation into the suspected rigging of bids for a Japanese high-speed rail project, prosecutors said.

Mar 02 2018

Two arrested in Japanese fast-train bid-rigging case

TOKYO, March 2 A Kajima Corp official and a former executive of Taisei Corp were arrested on Friday as part of an investigation into the suspected rigging of bids for a Japanese high-speed rail project, prosecutors said.

Mar 02 2018

UPDATE 1-Taisei shares fall 4 pct after report on maglev project bid

* Four firms allegedly agreed to collude since around 2011-Yomiuri

Dec 19 2017

Taisei shares fall 4 pct after report on maglev project bid

TOKYO, Dec 20 Shares of Taisei Corp fell more than 4 percent on Wednesday after a media report that the Japanese construction firm had asked rival Obayashi Corp to refrain from bidding on a project for magnetic levitation (maglev) trains.

Dec 19 2017

Japanese construction firms targeted in fresh raids

TOKYO Tokyo prosecutors raided the headquarters of Japanese construction firms Taisei Corp and Obayashi Corp on Tuesday over alleged antitrust violations linked to $80 billion worth of magnetic levitation (maglev) train projects.

Dec 18 2017

UPDATE 1-Japanese construction firms targeted in fresh raids

* Taisei and Obayashi raided over suspected antitrust violations

Dec 18 2017

Japanese prosecutors raid more firms over maglev train contracts

TOKYO Japanese prosecutors on Monday raided the offices of two of the country's biggest construction firms as they expanded an investigation into suspected collusion over contracts for an $80 billion high-speed magnetic levitation (maglev) train line. | Video

Dec 18 2017

UPDATE 2-Japanese prosecutors raid more firms over maglev train contracts

* $80 bln maglev line to link Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka (Recasts, adds information on raids and background on project)

Dec 18 2017

UPDATE 3-Japan's Obayashi says offices raided by prosecutors, shares tumble

* Says raid over suspicion of "deceptive obstruction of business"

Dec 11 2017

Nikkei rises to close at 25-year high, construction companies fall

TOKYO, Dec 11 Japanese stocks hit a fresh 25-year high on Monday in choppy trade as gains in financial shares and large cap stocks offset falls in real estate and construction companies, with Obayashi Corp diving more than 7 percent.

Dec 11 2017

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