HIA1.BE - HITACHI LTD

Berlin - Berlin Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
28.75
-0.59 (-1.99%)
At close: 8:08AM CEST
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Previous Close29.34
Open28.75
Bid28.92 x 0
Ask29.64 x 0
Day's Range28.75 - 28.75
52 Week Range22.88 - 33.20
Volume500
Avg. Volume7
Market CapN/A
Beta (3Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Reuterslast month

    Nikkei bounces after 4 days of losses, growth worries limit rise

    Japan's Nikkei share average snapped a four-session losing streak on Monday, although gains were limited as much weaker-than-expected U.S. job data dimmed the outlook for the global economy. The Nikkei ended the day up 0.47 percent at 21,125.09. Demand in the market, however, was limited ahead of this week's various economic data releases and Brexit proceedings," said Chihiro Ohta, equity general manager at SMBC Nikko Securities.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    BRIEF-Jiangsu Etern Says Unit's Consortium Wins Bid In Bangladesh

    Feb 20 (Reuters) - Jiangsu Etern Co Ltd: * SAYS UNIT'S CONSORTIUM WITH HITACHI LTD WINS BID FROM POWER GRID COMPANY OF BANGLADESH FOR 426.1 MILLION YUAN ($63.46 million) Source text in Chinese: https://bit.ly/2It9D9Y ...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Italy court rejects Hitachi and Leonardo appeals over Ansaldo STS bid price

    An Italian court rejected appeals filed by Leonardo and Hitachi against a decision by market regulator Consob to force the Japanese conglomerate to raise its offer for Ansaldo STS, two separate rulings said on Monday. In 2016, Consob said Hitachi had to raise its offer to 9.899 euros (8.58 pounds) per share from 9.5 euros when it launched a mandatory public offer to buy out Ansaldo STS minority shareholders. Hitachi had to launch the offer after first buying a 40 percent stake in the rail signalling company from state-controlled defence group Finmeccanica, now Leonardo.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - Jan 25

    The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines - Philip Hammond calls for more liberal immigration regime ...

  • Hitachi Can't Cut Its Nuclear Bonds Soon Enough
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Hitachi Can't Cut Its Nuclear Bonds Soon Enough

    The Japanese conglomerate finally made a decision to suspend construction of its once-ambitious nuclear power station on the U.K.’s Welsh coast, after months of uncertainty. It isn’t clear whether Hitachi will fully exit the Wylfa project or just leave it offline. Getting rid of it is probably the best way forward, much as Toshiba Corp. found in the case of Westinghouse Electric Co., the bankrupt U.S. nuclear unit that was sold last year. There are no obvious ways to fix Hitachi’s U.K. nuclear business without sinking in more cash, which would mean taking on more debt and risk.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - Jan 18

    Hitachi Ltd on Thursday became the second Japanese company to pull out of building a new nuclear power plant in the United Kingdom, with the cancellation of the Wylfa project in north Wales and Oldbury plant in Gloucestershire throwing the government's plans to build six new plants into disarray. Facebook Inc said on Thursday it had removed hundreds of pages of "fake" news accounts and content originating from Russia, including some it claimed were linked to Moscow's Sputnik news agency. U.S. clothing chain Gymboree said on Thursday it plans to close its Gymboree and Crazy 8 operations, as it filed for bankruptcy for the second time in two years, putting up to 10,000 positions at risk.

  • Hitachi debacle strengthens Franco-Chinese hand in UK nuclear
    Reuters3 months ago

    Hitachi debacle strengthens Franco-Chinese hand in UK nuclear

    Hitachi's decision to freeze its $28 billion nuclear power project in Britain strengthens the hand of France's EDF and its Chinese partner in talks with the government on how to finance new reactors. Funding new nuclear plants has become critical as Hitachi became the second Japanese firm to say its British nuclear power project had hit the buffers over financing. The two projects would have covered about 13 percent of Britain's power needs.

  • Hitachi halts UK nuclear project as energy supply crunch looms
    Reuters3 months ago

    Hitachi halts UK nuclear project as energy supply crunch looms

    LONDON/TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Hitachi Ltd put a $28 billion nuclear power project in Britain on hold on Thursday, dealing a blow to the country's plans for the replacement of ageing plants. Hitachi's UK unit Horizon Nuclear Power failed to find private investors for its plan to build a plant at Wylfa in Anglesey, Wales, which was expected to provide about 6 percent of Britain's electricity. "We've made the decision to freeze the project from the economic standpoint as a private company," Hitachi said, adding it had booked a write-down of 300 billion yen ($2.8 billion).

  • Reuters3 months ago

    China to help plug UK nuclear power gap as Japanese plans falter

    China’s General Nuclear Power Corporation (CGN) (IPO-CGNP.HK) will bring forward plans to build a nuclear plant in Britain, it said on Thursday, helping plug a gap left by the failure of two Japanese projects. Japan's Hitachi Ltd confirmed on Thursday it had frozen plans for a plant in Wales, while Toshiba Corp  scrapped its British NuGen project last year. The British government said it offered a package of financial support to Hitachi after it requested more help, but the firm said the economics still did not add up.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    UK to explore options for funding new nuclear - energy secretary

    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will explore its options for funding new nuclear plants as the cost of renewables has fallen so sharply it could not justify much higher subsidies for Hitachi's Horizon nuclear ...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    UK committed to nuclear power after Hitachi decision: PM May's spokesman

    Britain is committed to the nuclear power sector, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman said on Thursday, after Japan's Hitachi Ltd froze a 3 trillion yen ($28 billion) nuclear power project in Wales. Hitachi had called on the British government to boost financial support for the project. "Any deal needs to deliver for UK consumers and taxpayer.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    UK committed to nuclear power after Hitachi decision - May's spokesman

    Britain is committed to the nuclear power sector, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman said on Thursday, after Japan's Hitachi Ltd froze a 3 trillion yen (£21.37 billion) nuclear power project in Wales. Hitachi had called on the British government to boost financial support for the project. "Any deal needs to deliver for UK consumers and taxpayer.

  • CNBC3 months ago

    UK committed to nuclear power after Hitachi decision -PM May's spokesman

    LONDON, Jan 17- Britain is committed to the nuclear power sector, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman said on Thursday, after Japan's Hitachi Ltd froze a 3 trillion yen nuclear power project in Wales. ...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Horizon to suspend UK nuclear development plans after Hitachi pull-out

    Hitachi's UK unit Horizon Nuclear Power said it would suspend development programme after parent firm Hitachi said it would freeze plans for a new nuclear project in Wales. Horizon is developing the Wylfa Newydd nuclear plant in Anglesey in North Wales and has a second site at Oldbury in South Gloucestershire, England. The company said despite discussions with the British and Japanese governments it had not been able to reach agreement to the satisfaction of all parties.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Hitachi, UK say no decision taken on British nuclear project

    LONDON/TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Hitachi has yet to decide whether to proceed with its trillion yen (£7.2 billion) nuclear project in Britain and talks with the government are continuing, the company and government said on Friday. Hitachi's Horizon Nuclear Power unit has struggled to find investors for its plans to build a plant in Anglesey, Wales, which could provide about 6 percent of Britain’s electricity. Japan’s Nikkei business daily reported that Hitachi had decided to freeze the project, although it also reported that the board had yet to vote to make it a formal decision.