Tokyo Kikai Seisakusho Pledged to suspend takeover defense measures, such as shareholding ratio
Tokyo Kikai Seisakusho Co., Ltd., a rotary press maker of newspapers, announced that it will stop invoking defense measures because the investment companies have pledged to reduce the shareholding ratio of investment companies that hold about 40% of the shares. Did.
Fuel prices continue to be high Concerned about further impact on livelihoods and industry
The retail price of regular gasoline is 168.7 yen, a decrease of 0.2 yen from last week. Kerosene is the same as last week. Fuel prices are still high against the backdrop of high crude oil prices. As the demand for heating increases in winter, there are concerns about further impacts on people's lives and industry.
Sales of department stores nationwide in October surpassed last year for the first time in 3 months
Sales of department stores nationwide in October exceeded the same month last year for the first time in three months due to strong sales of winter products against the backdrop of the lifting of the state of emergency, which eased the movement to refrain from going out. I did.
Shinsei Bank President "Opacity after TOB is wiped out" Withdrawal of takeover defense measures
Hideyuki Kudo, president of Shinsei Bank, who withdrew the takeover defense measures against the TOB = takeover bid of SBI Holdings, held a press conference on the 25th, saying, "We can agree with SBI by respecting our management policy, and management after the TOB The opacity was wiped out, "he explained the reason for the withdrawal.
Yen price decline 1 dollar = Expectations for improvement in US employment situation in the low 115 yen range
In the Tokyo foreign exchange market on the 25th, there was a move to buy dollars and sell yen due to expectations for improvement in the employment situation in the United States, and the price dropped to the low 115 yen level per dollar.
November Monthly Economic Report Export downward revision, but the economy as a whole remains undecided
The government has revised down its "export" decision in this month's Monthly Economic Report, as exports to Asia are on a downward trend. On the other hand, we have left the judgment on the economy as a whole, saying that there is a tendency for personal consumption to pick up.
Mizuho FG Chairman Sato will retire next spring to make final adjustments to renew the management system
Mizuho Financial Group, which has suffered a series of system failures, is making final adjustments so that Chairman Yasuhiro Sato will retire in March next year. At Mizuho, the president of the group and the president of the bank are expected to resign in order to clarify their management responsibilities, and the management system will be renewed.
Restaurant chain October sales Almost the same as the previous year Severe situation such as izakaya
Sales of major restaurant chains nationwide last month were 0.5 compared to the same month last year, while fast food take-out and home delivery were strong even after the state of emergency was lifted. It decreased by% and was almost the same as the previous year.
The cancellation of the supermarket sales declaration in October also exceeded the previous year's level due to "nesting"
Last month's sales of major supermarkets nationwide were the same as the previous year for the second consecutive month, as the so-called “needing demand” persisted and food sales were strong even after the state of emergency was lifted. It exceeded.
Stock price rise Yesterday's price drop Repurchase stocks that feel cheap
The stock price of the Tokyo stock market on the 25th has risen.
Reported recall of more than 180,000 units of 4 models including Suzuki "Hustler"
Suzuki, an automobile manufacturer, has notified the country of a recall of more than 180,000 units, saying that there is a risk that the engine will stop in four models such as the "Hustler" due to a defect in the parts that control the valve that emits exhaust gas.
Gasoline retail prices have fallen for the second straight week but remain high
The retail price of regular gasoline has fallen for the second straight week, reaching a national average of 168.7 yen per liter. On the other hand, the price decline was 0.2 yen, which is still the highest level since 2014.
Central Bank of South Korea Decided to raise interest rates following August 0.25% increase to 1% per year
The central bank of South Korea has decided to raise the policy interest rate by 0.25% in light of the economic recovery trend and rising prices. This will be the rate hike following August.
Service price for enterprises High level for the first time in 20 years Reflecting the resumption of economic activity
Last month, the price level of services offered to businesses reached 105.4, an index of 100 on average in 2015, the highest level in about 20 years since November 2001. This is due to the rise in international shipping costs associated with the resumption of economic activity.
Turkish lira hits record lows Criticism of government grows
In Turkey in the Middle East, the currency lira has continued to plunge due to the central bank's decision to reduce the policy interest rate for three consecutive months, and on the 23rd it hit a record low. As prices continue to rise, the turmoil is widespread as criticism of the Erdogan administration, which allows rate cuts, is increasing among the public.
Shinsei Bank withdraws takeover defense measures SBI advances TOB to acquire management rights
Following the withdrawal of Shinsei Bank's takeover defense measures, SBI Holdings has decided to proceed with a takeover bid for TOB (Tender Offer) with the aim of acquiring de facto management rights. However, Shinsei Bank still has 349 billion yen of public funds that were once invested by the government, and the challenge is how to pave the way for repayment through expanding collaboration with SBI.
NY Crude Oil Market Temporarily rises to $ 79 level and wary of oil-producing countries' backlash
In the New York crude oil market on the 24th, international crude oil futures prices temporarily rose to the $ 79 level per barrel. In the background, there is a sense of caution that major oil-producing countries may oppose the announcement that the United States and Japan will cooperate to release a part of the oil stockpiling.