Alps Alpine Co Ltd (6770.T)

6770.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

10 Jul 2020
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ALPS ALPINE CO., LTD., formerly Alps Electric Co., Ltd., engages in electronic components business. The Company has three business segments. The Electronic Components segment involves in development, manufacturing and sale of a range of electronic components. The Automotive Infotainment business involves in development,... (more)


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2.13 Mean rating from 15 analysts


Beta: 1.40
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥598,588.38
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 198.21
Dividend: 17.00
Yield (%): 0.99

Nikkei inches higher amid continued worries over virus spread

TOKYO, June 22 Japan's Nikkei average edged higher on Monday, moving in a narrow range, while investors remained concerned over rising number of coronavirus cases.


[東京 13日 ロイター] - モルガン・スタンレー・キャピタル・インターナショナル(MSCI)は12日、指数銘柄の定期見直しを発表した。日本銘柄では、日本M&Aセンター、伊藤園、神戸物産、GLP投資法人 投資証券、コスモス薬品、TIS、三浦工業、レーザーテック、SCSKが新規採用となった。

Japanese shares rise after 3 days of falls; Eisai slumps on drug delay

TOKYO, April 23 Japanese stocks rose on Thursday, as sellers covered their positions after Wall Street shares rebounded overnight on the promise of more U.S. government aid to ease the economic pain inflicted by the coronavirus pandemic.

Japan shares touch 2-week low on oil slump, caution before earnings

TOKYO, April 22 Japanese shares fell to two-week lows on Wednesday, as investors unwound bets in riskier assets following the historic collapse in crude oil prices, while caution ahead of corporate results later this week also weighed on sentiment.

Health care, oil firms buoy Japan stocks ahead of U.S. payrolls

TOKYO, April 3 Japanese shares rose on Friday lifted by health care and energy firms, but investor refrained from aggressive bets ahead of U.S. unemployment data later in the day.

Nikkei ends higher, but sees worst week in 6 months as virus spreads

TOKYO, Jan 31 Nikkei closed higher on Friday as some upbeat corporate earnings and forecasts helped, although the benchmark recorded its worst weekly slide in six months on fears of the rapidly-spreading coronavirus in China.

Nikkei bounces back on earnings to cap week hit by epidemic fears

TOKYO, Jan 31 A slew of upbeat corporate earnings and forecasts helped Japanese shares bounce back on Friday, although lingering fears over the coronavirus epidemic kept the market on track for its biggest weekly drop in nearly six months.


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Energie +0.72%
Rohstoffe +0.32%
Industrie +0.52%
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Konjunktur unabhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen +1.36%
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Pharma -0.27%
Technologie +0.65%
Telekommunikation +1.53%