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Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. (FRCOY)

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Previous Close68.42
Open67.70
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range67.67 - 68.17
52 Week Range54.51 - 103.87
Volume9,546
Avg. Volume16,273
Market Cap69.184B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.94
PE Ratio (TTM)50.20
EPS (TTM)1.35
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.45 (0.67%)
Ex-Dividend DateFeb 25, 2021
1y Target EstN/A
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    UPDATE 3-Uniqlo owner trims profit forecast on new COVID-19 curbs

    Japan's Fast Retailing, owner of clothing brand Uniqlo, trimmed its profit outlook for the year, saying additional government restrictions in Japan and other markets to contain fresh COVID-19 infections has slowed customer traffic in stores. Last week, Japan, where the company operates some 800 Uniqlo stores, declared a fourth coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo, just two weeks before the Olympic Games are due to begin. "With the declaration of a state of emergency again, it is expected that customers' willingness to go out and shop will be more restrained," Chief Financial Officer Takeshi Okazaki told reporters in Tokyo.

  • Uniqlo owner trims profit forecast on new COVID-19 curbs
    Reuters

    Uniqlo owner trims profit forecast on new COVID-19 curbs

    TOKYO (Reuters) -Japan's Fast Retailing, owner of clothing brand Uniqlo, trimmed its profit outlook for the year, saying additional government restrictions in Japan and other markets to contain fresh COVID-19 infections has slowed customer traffic in stores. Last week, Japan, where the company operates some 800 Uniqlo stores, declared a fourth coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo, just two weeks before the Olympic Games are due to begin. "With the declaration of a state of emergency again, it is expected that customers' willingness to go out and shop will be more restrained," Chief Financial Officer Takeshi Okazaki told reporters in Tokyo.