Canon Inc (7751.T)
23 May 2018
May 22 U.S.-listed shares in Canadian e-commerce software maker Shopify Inc fell around 2 percent before the bell on Tuesday after Adobe Systems Inc announced it was buying rival Magento Commerce.
* Analysts cautious about OLED panel-making equipment sales (Adds CFO comment, background)
TOKYO, April 25 Japan's Canon Inc reported a 5.3 percent rise in first-quarter operating profit on Wednesday due to strong demand of semiconductor-making equipment. The firm, which also makes of cameras and printers, posted operating profit of 77.1 billion yen ($707.14 million) for the three months through March, from a year-before profit of 73.2 billion yen.
April 24 Borrowing by U.S. businesses for capital goods rose 2 percent in March from a year earlier, the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA), a Washington-based trade body, said.
BRUSSELS, April 24 The European Commission said on Tuesday it had fined French telecoms group Altice 125 million euros ($153 million) for closing its 2015 takeover of PT Portugal before it had gained regulatory approval.
BRUSSELS, April 18 EU antitrust regulators are set to hit French telecoms and cable group Altice with a hefty fine for concluding its 2015 acquisition of PT Portugal without first waiting for official approval, a person familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.
TOKYO, April 5 Japanese stocks rose on Thursday after Wall Street bounced back from a sell-off triggered by an escalating U.S.-China trade spat, sending most sectors into positive territory.
TOKYO, April 5 Japanese stocks rose on Thursday morning after Wall Street bounced back from a sell-off triggered by an escalating U.S.-China trade spat.
* MEMJET SAYS TERMS OF AGREEMENT REMAIN CONFIDENTIAL Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
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