|Bid||3.33 x 4000|
|Ask||0.00 x 1000|
|Day's Range||3.9200 - 3.9700|
|52 Week Range||3.5700 - 6.3100|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.26|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||14.38|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.05 (1.34%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Nomura Holdings Inc. lost the equivalent of $876.64 million in the fourth quarter of 2018, but that shouldn't affect its partnership with American Century Investments.
Japan's Nikkei rose to a 6-1/2-week high on Friday, as index-heavyweight stocks got a lift from strong U.S. shares, although disappointing earnings from Nomura Holdings and Nintendo curbed gains. Index-heavyweight Fast Retailing, Fanuc Corp and FamilyMart UNY Holdings were scooped up by investors, rising 1.9 percent, 2.6 percent and 3.7 percent, respectively, putting 73 positive points to the Nikkei.
Nomura Holdings Inc. should be equally aggressive — in scaling back. No word on the Financial Times’s report that Nomura is ready to cut as many as 50 employees from its global trading division, for instance.
Japan’s largest brokerage disclosed an 81.4 billion yen ($749 million) charge Thursday related to its 2008 acquisition of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. operations in Europe and Asia, and its $1.2 billion purchase of electronic brokerage Instinet the previous year. After the charge, Nomura said it no longer carries any goodwill from those deals. The firm said it conducted “a more conservative assessment” of the profitability of its wholesale division, which houses the old Lehman and Instinet assets.
Nomura Holdings, Japan's biggest brokerage and investment bank, posted on Thursday a second consecutive quarterly loss, hurt by a big write-off in its wholesale segment. Nomura said in a statement its October-December net loss came in at 95.3 billion yen ($876.64 million), down from a profit of 88 billion yen a year earlier and compared with the 30.9 billion yen average profit estimate of two analysts compiled by Reuters. Japan's benchmark Nikkei average suffered its first annual loss in seven years in 2018 after logging a nearly three-decade high in October.
(Reuters) - U.S.-based private equity firm Carlyle Group and Japan's biggest investment bank Nomura Holdings Inc are planning a joint takeover bid for beer maker Orion Breweries, the Nikkei reported on ...
Japan stood out as a losing market among Asia Pacific stock indexes early Wednesday, while the rest of the region was softer.
Citigroup (C) is looking to sell its entire stake in Chinese securities venture, Citi Orient Securities Co Joint venture, reports Reuters.
Nomura Holdings Inc aims to increase its share of business arranging foreign exchange hedging, acquisition finance and other deal-related services for corporate clients in the United States, the CEO of Japan's biggest investment bank said. The bank is in the process of re-allocating global resources to shift its growth focus to the Americas, which has the world's largest pool of investment banking fees. "Our key words are 'America', 'corporate clients' and 'solutions business'," Koji Nagai told Reuters in an interview.
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Moody's Japan K.K. has affirmed the Baa1 long-term issuer and senior unsecured debt ratings of Nomura Holdings, Inc. (Nomura) and the Baa1 backed senior unsecured debt ratings of Nomura America Finance, LLC, as well as the A3 issuer ratings of Nomura Securities Co., Ltd. At the same time, Moody's had changed the ratings outlook to negative from stable.
The 2016 profit recorded by Nomura’s international business is a distant memory after the securities firm shuttered much of its European stock trading. The company posted a rare quarterly loss on Wednesday, blaming a U.S. fine for pre-2008 transgressions, a dwindling Japanese appetite for trading, and declines in fixed income and currencies in the international operations. With revenue from FICC looking grim for all investment banks, Nomura’s main option is to trim expenses outside Japan.