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Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc. (MFZA.F)

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3.5400+0.0800 (+2.31%)
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    Dan
    Should announce dividend soon. Buying shares in advance.
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    wallace
    Emphasis on portfolio management seems excessive. Locally, rather than renting excess space, they redecorated and made it lightly used space for their client portfolio management promotion. They had plenty of space in the front teller space to have client conference and sales. So they passed on renting space as they had suggested they would do. High rents per square foot at north San Diego location. Question of direction as office of morgan stanley (25% owned) practically next door.
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    cadillac
    I'm all in!!!
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    cadillac
    This bank is eventually launching its owe crypto currency...people will notice then
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    Russell
    MUFG is said to own 25% of MS which has a Mrkt Cap above $90B so looks like MUFG is a safe Bet down here at this Price.
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    MUFG reached a new All Time High at 6.85
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    nicholas
    Sells at 47% of Book Value. Management needs to pay more attention to the stock price and the investor community. Where are the earnings?
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    Uncle Barry
    Trading Japan's banking sector:

    In spite of the troubles faced by regional banks, several analysts said now is a good time to pick up the country's banking stocks.

    Nomura, for one, said Japan's three mega-banks — Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Mizuho Financial Group and Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group — are "highly undervalued."

    "We are bullish on Japan's major banks," Nomura said in a report earlier this month. "Our top pick among Japanese banks is Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG), which is steadily enhancing its consolidated earnings power and is likely to continue to achieve profit growth."

    Those three banks, like their regional peers, have struggled to expand their domestic lending. But they have survived the ordeal better by expanding overseas and using new technologies to be more efficient.

    That has placed the large banks in a better position to benefit from both global and domestic economic recovery.

    "This sector is hurt by continuing negative interest rates, but it appears that much of the potential damage is already in forecasts. A steepening U.S. yield curve would be positive for the megabanks," Jefferies analysts wrote in a report earlier this month.
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    Uncle Barry
    Are you ready for tomorrow?

    Here we go!
  • U
    Uncle Barry
    I will just assume that they are positioning themselves more before announcing any news to move them. Thoughts on why there is no movement in this stock yet?
  • U
    Uncle Barry
    Ever so slowly we move....but upward it is!
  • U
    Uncle Barry
    HUGE NEWS out tonight! Sweet!
  • U
    Uncle Barry
    Look! New wallpaper Wilson!
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    MTU reached a new 52 Week High at 7.73
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    MTU reached a new 52 Week High at 7.54
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    MTU reached a new 52 Week High at 7.86
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    MTU is down -100.00% to 0.00
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    Cristian Pena
    this is going to boom to the moon
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    wallace
    Mufg is to prepare excess space in 100 locations for alternate use, reducing space for tellers etc. That bank space in my locality is being rented for top dollars, so that unnecessary space, will generate substantial revenue.