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Aeon Co Ltd (8267.T)

8267.T on Tokyo Stock Exchange

2,571JPY
4 Aug 2020
Change (% chg)

¥48 (+1.92%)
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¥2,522
Open
¥2,559
Day's High
¥2,588
Day's Low
¥2,556
Volume
1,664,100
Avg. Vol
2,422,675
52-wk High
¥2,591
52-wk Low
¥1,794

About

AEON CO., LTD. is a pure holding company that develops comprehensive finance, developers, services and other businesses in a complex manner, focusing on retail businesses centered on the general merchandise stores (GMS) business. The Company operates in seven business segments. The GMS segment mainly operates general supermarket... (more)

Buy/Sell

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3.50 Mean rating from 8 analysts

Overall

Beta: 0.70
Market Cap(Mil.): ¥1,474,860.00
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 871.92
Dividend: 15.00
Yield (%): 1.77
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Japan to shut or mothball 100 ageing coal-fired power plants: Yomiuri

TOKYO Japan is looking to suspend or close as many as 100 older, inefficient coal-fired power plants by about 2030, the Yomiuri daily newspaper reported on Thursday.

UPDATE 1-Japan to shut or mothball 100 ageing coal-fired power plants -Yomiuri

* Japan ramped up use of coal after Fukushima disaster in 2011

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Japan's fussy food shoppers finally go online amid pandemic

TOKYO The coronavirus has forced Japan's notoriously fussy food shoppers to abandon doubts about online grocery stores, sending retailers such as Aeon Co scrambling to meet a surge in delivery demand.

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Japan's fussy food shoppers finally go online amid pandemic

TOKYO The coronavirus has forced Japan's notoriously fussy food shoppers to abandon doubts about online grocery stores, sending retailers such as Aeon Co scrambling to meet a surge in delivery demand.

Japan's fussy food shoppers finally go online amid pandemic

TOKYO, June 30 The coronavirus has forced Japan's notoriously fussy food shoppers to abandon doubts about online grocery stores, sending retailers such as Aeon Co scrambling to meet a surge in delivery demand.

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Japan companies call on government to accelerate low-carbon shift in coronavirus recovery

TOKYO Aeon Co., Asia's largest retailer, Fujitsu, Ricoh Co. and other firms called on Japan's government to accelerate a shift to renewable energy and a zero carbon economy during the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

Japan companies call on government to accelerate low-carbon shift in coronavirus recovery

TOKYO, June 25 Aeon Co., Asia's largest retailer, Fujitsu, Ricoh Co. and other firms called on Japan's government to accelerate a shift to renewable energy and a zero carbon economy during the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

UPDATE 1-Ocado boosts firepower with 1 bln stg capital raise

LONDON, June 10 Ocado, the British online supermarket and technology group, plans to raise 1 billion pounds ($1.3 billion), giving it more firepower to capitalise on the rapid growth of the online grocery market triggered by the coronavirus crisis.

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Japan's Aeon reopens shopping centres

TOKYO One of Japan's biggest shopping centres operated by retail giant Aeon Co Ltd reopened on Thursday after the government lifted its state of emergency earlier in the week, prompting stores to open with precautions to prevent coronavirus infections.

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Branchenüberblick

Energie +0.18%
Rohstoffe +0.54%
Industrie +0.97%
Konjunktur abhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen +0.13%
Konjunktur unabhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen +0.21%
Finanzindustrie -0.73%
Pharma +0.18%
Technologie +0.93%
Telekommunikation +0.18%