Tokyo Market

More Japanese companies are publishing the agendas of their annual shareholders meetings online before mailing out their official invitation letters to investors.

Japan companies giving earlier notice of annual meeting agendas

Foreign investors have been calling for more time to study key topics

  • Japan's major delivery companies see $243m hike in labor costs

    Yamato Holdings expects to hire 10,000 workers in fiscal 2017

  • Sony crafting chip business capable of withstanding stronger yen

    Diversifying image sensor sales to help maintain profit

  • Shift to commercial property seen lifting Hulic's profit

    Developer expected to sell 3 to 4 Tokyo shopping centers a year

  • Game, tech stocks gain in deadlocked market

    Running scared from geopolitical risk and the specter of Donald Trump

  • Market Scramble: Exit from deflation creates new winners

    Investors want price hikes to bring wider profit margins

  • McDonald's Japan shares continue to surge

    Market buying on growth prospects

  • Earnings preview

    Muji operator's profit seen climbing to record for March-May

    Japan, China business driving growth despite strong yen

  • Japan's Disco to pay off interest-bearing debt

    Sales of semiconductor cutting device fatten company's cash pile

  • Lawson shoots for black ink overseas as Japan ops slump

    Shanghai may lead way as chain adds stores, switches to franchises

  • Japan's Aeon eyes 57% profit boost in fiscal 2019

    Structural reforms are key in retail titan's three-year plan

  • Earnings preview

    Fancl's supplements swinging back to profit in fiscal 2017

    Stronger sales, scaled-back ad spending to drive turnaround

  • Tokyo market weighs costs of lighter earnings disclosures

    Transparency seen at risk as companies omit information on dividends, other policies

  • Market Scramble: Welcoming the barbarians at the gate

    Corporate Japan less defensive about takeovers these days

  • Earnings preview

    Park24's profit seen slipping into reverse on car-sharing costs

    Japanese parking lot operator likely to miss half-year forecast

  • Sendai Airport seen cutting losses in half

    Operator aims to turn profit by year ending March 2021

  • Market Scramble: Japan stock investors hot for top-line growth

    Revenue gains replace cost reductions as key profit driver

  • Earnings preview

    Sharp seen headed for first net profit in 4 years

    LCD sales growth, cost-cutting under Foxconn drive rebound

  • Market Scramble: Rising risk augurs index futures landslide

    Spike in volatility has potential to trigger automatic sell-off

  • Market Scramble: Nervous pension funds curb Tokyo shares' gains

    Surge of selling keeps Nikkei index from topping 20,000