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Credit Saison Co Ltd (8253.T)

8253.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

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8253.T

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About

Credit Saison Co.,Ltd. is mainly engaged in the provision of credit services. The Company operates in five business segments. The Credit Service segment provides credit card and servicer services. The Lease segment is engaged in the leasing business. The Finance segment provides credit guarantee business and other finance-relate... (more)

Buy/Sell

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2.60 Mean rating from 10 analysts

Overall

Beta: 1.35
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥428,933.81
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 185.44
Dividend: 35.00
Yield (%): 1.51

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BRIEF-R&I affirms Credit Saison's rating at "A+" and says stable outlook -R&I

* Says Rating and Investment Information, Inc. (R&I) affirmed the company's rating at "A+" -R&I

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Japan Inc turns contract workers into permanent staff as labor market tightens

TOKYO Japan's labor market is getting so tight that companies are starting to convert contract and part-time workers into full-time, regular employees to prevent them from leaving - a move that could lift wages and spending but squeeze profits.

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Japan Inc turns contract workers into permanent staff as labour market tightens

TOKYO Japan's labour market is getting so tight that companies are starting to convert contract and part-time workers into full-time, regular employees to prevent them from leaving - a move that could lift wages and spending but squeeze profits.

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Technologie +0.60%
Telekommunikation +0.36%