ANA Holdings Inc (9202.T)
3 Jul 2020
TOKYO, June 19 Japan's benchmark stock index Nikkei rose on Friday, propped up by hopes of an economic recovery after the government lifted its domestic travel curbs that were imposed to halt the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
TOKYO Japan Airlines Co (JAL) plans to raise as much as 500 billion yen (£3.76 billion) to bolster its finances amid a slump in air travel demand caused by the coronavirus outbreak, the company's president told shareholders on Friday.
TOKYO, June 19 Japanese shares struggled for direction on Friday as investors remained cautious after the country lifted its domestic travel curbs that were imposed to halt the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
TOKYO, June 19 Japan lifted all coronavirus-related curbs on domestic travel on Friday, with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe calling on people to go sightseeing or attend concerts and other events to help the nation's economy bounce back from a pandemic recession.
* Japan M3 money stock up 4.1% yr/yr in May, hits record pace
TOKYO, June 5 Japan's largest advertising agency, Dentsu Group Inc, has evacuated its Tokyo headquarters after receiving a bomb threat, an internal company email reviewed by Reuters showed on Friday.
SYDNEY, June 5 Japanese stocks advanced to a 3-1/2-month high on Friday, tracking stronger U.S. futures, as sustained optimism about an economic rebound from a coronavirus-driven slump helped offset early profit-taking.
SYDNEY, May 27 Japan's stock benchmark Nikkei rose to a three-month high on Wednesday, with financial stocks leading gains, as speculative short-covering during afternoon trade helped the index recoup losses seen earlier in the day.
SYDNEY, May 27 Japan's benchmark stock index Nikkei paused on Wednesday after hitting a 2-1/2-month high in the last session, as investors locked in profits from recent strong gains in transport companies.
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