Mizuho Bank Distributing 5,000 yen worth of cash vouchers to people with system failures
Mizuho Bank apologized for 5,000 yen worth of cash vouchers for users who were temporarily unable to withdraw their cash cards and passbooks from ATMs due to a system failure that temporarily made ATMs nationwide unavailable on the 28th of last month. I made it clear that I am distributing it.
A total of 1,200 companies went bankrupt due to the impact of the new corona
It was found that the total number of companies that went bankrupt due to the effects of the new coronavirus has reached 1,200 since February last year. The research company points out that "although the state of emergency has been lifted, requests for shortening business hours to restaurants and other facilities are continuing, and it is necessary to be cautious if it will lead to an increase in bankruptcies."
Imperial Hotel Tokyo Over the next 15 years to be completely rebuilt due to aging
The Imperial Hotel Tokyo, which opened as a Japanese guesthouse in the Meiji era about 130 years ago, will be completely rebuilt over the next 15 years due to the aging facilities.
Final report including measures to prevent recurrence of TSE system failure
The Tokyo Stock Exchange has compiled a final report that includes measures to prevent the recurrence of large-scale system troubles that occurred in October last year. In addition to establishing new rules for promptly resuming stock trading, it also includes training in case of trouble.
Yen exchange rate drops to 109 yen level Due to rising long-term interest rates in the US
On the 25th, the yen exchange rate fell in response to the rise in long-term interest rates in the United States, and the dollar was in the low 109 yen range.
Fukuoka "Kashii Kaen" to close in December Nishitetsu reviews business
The amusement park "Kashii Kaen" in Higashi-ku, Fukuoka will be closed at the end of December. Nishi-Nippon Railroad, which operates the company, is reviewing the business of the entire group and says that it is part of withdrawing from the deficit business, which is unlikely to recover due to the impact of the new coronavirus.
Deterioration of business performance at Tokyo Metro Corona To reduce capital investment by 70 billion yen
Tokyo Metro, whose business performance has deteriorated due to the effects of the new coronavirus, has postponed the expansion of low-priority homes and the renewal of vehicles, and has made capital investment for three years until the new fiscal year 70 billion from the original plan. Clarified the policy to reduce the yen.
Kintetsu Group HD New Corona Causes Financial Deterioration 8 Hotel Sale
Kintetsu Group Holdings, headquartered in Osaka, announced that it will sell eight locations, one-third of all hotels it owns, to a new company established with an American investment fund. It seems that the aim is to improve the finances that have deteriorated due to the effects of the new coronavirus.
Operation by Matsuzakaya, etc. "J. Front Retailing" Earnings forecast downward revision
"J. Front Retailing," which operates major department stores such as Daimaru and Matsuzakaya, has experienced a year-long performance up to February for the entire group due to a decrease in sales due to the impact of the state of emergency after January. We have revised our forecast downwards and announced that the final deficit will be 26 billion yen.
All Nippon Airways Expected Domestic Demand During Golden Week Holidays To significantly raise operating rate
All Nippon Airways announced that it will significantly increase the flight rate during the Golden Week holidays from the end of April, as demand for domestic flights is expected to recover.
Stock price temporarily rises by more than 400 yen Pay attention to the US president's economic policy remark
The Tokyo stock market on the 25th was almost entirely high, and the Nikkei Stock Average temporarily rose by more than 400 yen.
Restaurant chain sales have fallen below the previous year's levels for 12 consecutive months.
Last month's sales of major restaurant chains nationwide fell by 22.3% compared to the same month last year, for the 12th consecutive month, due to the effects of shortened business hours following the declaration of an emergency for the new coronavirus. Was lower than the previous year.
New electric power giant "F-Power" applies for corporate rehabilitation law Total debt 46.4 billion yen
F-Power, a major so-called "new electric power" company that sells electric power, got stuck in management due to an increase in procurement costs due to the severe supply and demand of electric power this winter, and applied the Corporate Rehabilitation Law to the Tokyo District Court. I applied. With total debt of approximately 46.4 billion yen, the company plans to rebuild while continuing its business, and will continue to supply electricity to its contractors.
Stock price rises by 300 yen or more
On the 25th, the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Nikkei Stock Average have risen by more than 300 yen.
Yen exchange rate drops somewhat
On the 25th, the Tokyo foreign exchange market and the yen exchange rate have fallen somewhat.
Electricity charges added to the spread of renewable energy will increase by 1000 yen or more
In order to popularize renewable energy such as solar power and wind power, the burden added to electricity charges for households will increase further in the new fiscal year. In a standard household, the price will increase by more than 1,000 yen to 10,476 yen per year.
To strengthen semiconductors Joint development with overseas manufacturers, etc. Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Study Group
As the global semiconductor shortage continues, a national study group will be set up to discuss measures to strengthen the semiconductor supply network = supply chain, and encourage joint development with overseas semiconductor manufacturers and investment in semiconductors for automobiles by May. It was decided to summarize the policies.
Panasonic dry cell production moved from Moriguchi, Osaka to another factory in Kaizuka
Panasonic has decided to move the production of dry batteries from its factory in Moriguchi City, Osaka, to another factory in Kaizuka City, southern Osaka Prefecture.
Started "Mixed loading of cargo and passengers" to carry luggage with vacant seats on the Shinkansen
JR Hokkaido started a mixed cargo-passenger business on the 24th, carrying luggage on vacant seats on the Hokkaido Shinkansen. This is the first commercialization of mixed cargo and passenger loading using Shinkansen seats in Japan, with the aim of effectively utilizing seats with low occupancy rates.