6861.T - Keyence Corporation

Tokyo - Tokyo Delayed Price. Currency in JPY
38,540.00
+190.00 (+0.50%)
At close: 3:15PM JST
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Previous Close38,350.00
Open38,390.00
Bid38,520.00 x 0
Ask38,560.00 x 0
Day's Range38,300.00 - 38,880.00
52 Week Range30,150.00 - 77,470.00
Volume397,700
Avg. Volume421,967
Market Cap9.347T
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.23
PE Ratio (TTM)45.77
EPS (TTM)842.02
Earnings DateApr 22, 2020 - Apr 27, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield200.00 (0.52%)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 18, 2020
1y Target Est71,375.00
  • Reuters

    Nikkei hits 3-week closing low as selling widens amid virus fears

    Japanese shares slipped on Tuesday, with the Nikkei hitting a three-week closing low, as the new coronavirus spread in China and beyond, prompting authorities to take more drastic measures to contain its outbreak. The Topix, which includes all listed shares on the Tokyo Stock Exchange's main board, slipped 0.6% to a two-month closing low of 1,692.28. All but two of the 33 Topix industry subindexes closed in the red.

  • Reuters

    Japan shares slip to 3-week low on coronavirus concerns

    Japanese shares dropped to three-week lows on Tuesday as a broad range of stocks came under pressure from the spread of the coronavirus that could curb global economic growth. The Topix, which includes all listed shares on the Tokyo Stock Exchange's main board, lost 0.92% to 1,686.83. Losses were widespread, with 80% of the main board shares in the red, an unusually high ratio.

  • Nikkei slips on trade deal worry, firmer yen; Keyence, Nintendo shine
    Reuters

    Nikkei slips on trade deal worry, firmer yen; Keyence, Nintendo shine

    Japan's benchmark Nikkei share average fell on Friday as fresh concerns over the prospects for a U.S.-China trade deal lifted the safe-haven yen against the dollar, hitting exporters and other cyclical stocks. Chinese officials doubt a comprehensive long-term trade deal with Washington and U.S. President Donald Trump is possible, Bloomberg reported on Thursday, citing unnamed sources. The dollar hit a three-week low of 107.92 yen overnight after the emergence of the renewed doubts on a resolution of the trade war rattled the greenback and pushed global stock markets lower.

  • Nikkei retreats to 1-week low as trade deal doubts emerge; Nintendo jumps
    Reuters

    Nikkei retreats to 1-week low as trade deal doubts emerge; Nintendo jumps

    Japan's benchmark Nikkei share average fell to a one-week low as fresh concerns over the prospects for a U.S.-China trade deal lifted the safe-haven yen against the dollar, hitting exporters and other cyclical stocks. Chinese officials doubt a comprehensive long-term trade deal with Washington and U.S. President Donald Trump is possible, Bloomberg reported on Thursday, citing unnamed sources. The dollar hit a three-week low of 107.92 yen overnight after the emergence of the renewed doubts on a resolution of the trade war rattled the greenback and pushed global stock markets lower.

  • Reuters

    Japanese shares dip; investors wary ahead of earnings, c.bank decisions

    Japanese stocks fell on Monday on profit-taking in otherwise subdued trading, as investors showed caution ahead of corporate earnings reports and policy decisions from the Bank of Japan and U.S. Federal Reserve later this week. Murata Manufacturing shed 2.0%, TDK Corp slipped 1.7% and Taiyo Yuden Co dipped 2.0%. Keyence Corp slumped 4.4% after the factory automation products maker's operating profit for the April-June quarter fell by 15% from a year earlier.

  • Reuters

    Nikkei edges up as Fast Retailing jumps; Yaskawa's earnings drag on machinery stocks

    Japan's Nikkei edged higher in choppy trade on Friday, helped by index heavyweight Fast Retailing, but weak profits from some firms such as Yaskawa Electric dragged on machinery stocks. In afternoon trade, virtual currency exchange operator Remixpoint Inc started tumbling and ended 19% lower after saying it had detected an improper leak of virtual currency worth around 3.5 billion yen. Fast Retailing jumped 3.2% and contributed a hefty 79 points to the Nikkei.

  • Reuters

    Nikkei flat; Yaskawa's weak earnings drag on machinery stocks

    Japan's Nikkei was flat on Friday morning with investors shifting their focus to corporate earning as weak profits from some firms such as Yaskawa Electric dragged on machinery stocks. As Japanese markets will be closed for a holiday on Monday, investors are refraining from taking large positions, analysts said. On Thursday, Yaskawa Electric, a motion control equipment maker with exposure in China, kicked off the earnings season and reported a 58% fall in its operating profit for the March-May quarter.

  • Reuters

    Nikkei edges up to 1-month high on trade optimism

    Japan's Nikkei edged up to a one-month high on Thursday as investors bought carmakers and other cyclical shares on growing hopes that a trade deal can be reached between Washington and Beijing. Carmakers, which have been undermined by worries about global slowdown and threats from U.S. President Donald Trump to impose tariffs on imported cars, rose 0.9 percent. Nissan, whose former chairman Carlos Ghosn was re-arrested on Thursday on suspicion of trying to enrich himself at the automaker's expense, rose 0.6 percent.