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  • Bloomberglast year

    Japanese Buybacks Salvage Stocks Missing Rally

    Companies in the Topix index are acquiring their own stock at the fastest pace since 2008, led by NTT Docomo Inc. and Toyota Motor Corp., with $27 billion of announced purchases this year through May, data compiled by SMBC Nikko Securities Inc. show. The combination of record cash, cheap shares and a government-led drive to buoy return on equity is making buybacks irresistible to Japanese executives at a time when the MSCI All-Country World Index is trading at unprecedented highs. Japan’s biggest trading company said on May 8 it would buy back as much as 60 billion yen ($589 million) of shares, the most in seven years.

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    ZDNetlast year

    NTT DoCoMo offering password replacement on some services

    Japan's largest mobile service provider says it has taken a board seat with authentication consortium FIDO Alliance

  • Reuterslast year

    Nikkei posts biggest loss in 4 months on weak U.S. GDP, lacklustre earnings

    * Nikkei, Topix post biggest loss in almost 4 months * Speculators lock in gains after market's rally * Honda, NTT Docomo, Oriental Land hit by earning disappointment * Nikkei extends losses after BOJ refrains from easing By Hideyuki Sano TOKYO, April 30 (Reuters) - Japanese shares suffered their biggest loss in four months on Thursday on weak U.S. growth figures and lacklustre earnings from Japanese companies including Honda Motor. Their selling should be considered in this context," said Norihiro Fujito, senior investment strategist at Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley Securities.