|Bid||4.0600 x 2200|
|Ask||4.4000 x 2200|
|Day's range||4.3600 - 4.3650|
|52-week range||3.0500 - 5.4100|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.13|
|PE ratio (TTM)||15.82|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.27 (6.30%)|
|Ex-dividend date||27 Sep 2019|
|1y target est||5.12|
Nomura's (NMR) business strategy involves investments in private businesses and digitization in order to improve the company's prospects.
Nomura Holdings Inc <8604.T> said on Tuesday it planned to beef up business with unlisted companies, including offering advice to startups, aiming to diversify revenue after quarterly earnings took a battering from the coronavirus pandemic. Japanese biggest brokerage and investment bank said in a business strategy update it was seeking new growth in private equity, private debt and infrastructure, as well as in offerings of digital bonds and security tokens.
The re-emergence of facemask-wearing bankers, investors, lawyers and their clients in Central, Hong Kong's main business district, is being closely watched by other major financial centres looking forward to resuming business. Office staffing levels at the banks vary from around 50% to just 15%.
Good day everyone and welcome to today's Nomura Holdings Fourth Quarter and Full-Year Operating Results for Fiscal Year Ended March 2020 Conference Call. This slide outlines some of the initiatives we have undertaken to help our employees, clients and communities.
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Japanese bank Nomura <8604.T> has strengthened its investment banking team in the Americas, making five senior appointments to expand its coverage across financial institutions, healthcare and industrials, the bank said on Friday. The appointments will also result in the bank increasing its range of products in private debt solutions, it said. Aaron Dannenberg, previously head of debt originations at Czech Asset Management, has joined Nomura as head of private debt solutions within the bank's client financing and solutions division, the bank said.
LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, Citigroup Inc, Credit Suisse and other banks have curbed trips to Italy amid fears that the coronavirus outbreak across the north of the country could quickly spread across Europe, sources said. Lazard, BNP Paribas and Deutsche Bank also rushed to warn staff against all "non-essential travel" to northern Italy, four sources told Reuters, speaking on condition of anonymity as banking policies are confidential.
LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs <GS.N>, Citigroup Inc <C.N>, Credit Suisse <CSGN.S> and other investment banks have curbed trips to Italy amid fears that the coronavirus outbreak across the north of the country could quickly spread across Europe, sources said. Lazard <LAZ.N>, BNP Paribas <BNPP.PA> and Deutsche Bank <DBKGn.DE> also rushed to warn staff against all "non-essential travel" to northern Italy, four sources told Reuters, speaking on condition of anonymity as banking policies are confidential.
Nomura (NMR) seems to be a good value pick, as it has decent revenue metrics to back up its earnings, and is seeing solid earnings estimate revisions as well.
The third largest global economy after the United States and China is further pushed to the brink of a slump by the coronavirus outbreak in China.
Nomura Holdings Inc <8604.T>, Japan's biggest brokerage and investment bank, on Thursday posted its fourth straight quarterly profit, primarily due to a turnaround at its wholesale business serving businesses and institutional investors. Nomura, which is in the midst of a management reshuffle, had recorded a 95.3 billion yen net loss in the same period last year, its heaviest quarterly loss in nearly a decade, as it suffered a big write-off in its wholesale business. Pretax income for the wholesale segment came in at 43.2 billion yen for the three months through December compared with a 95.9 billion yen pretax loss a year ago.
In sync with Goldman Sachs' (GS) efforts to gain majority control in the joint venture and improve profitability, the bank announces plans to increase workforce in China.
Nomura Holdings cannot escape an ageing society or low interest rates, but the Japanese investment bank might be able to wring more money out of advisory and underwriting as it grapples with the long-term "megatrends", its outgoing chief executive said. The comments from Koji Nagai, Nomura's longest-serving CEO in three decades, underscore the deepening sense of crisis for Japan's top brokerage and investment bank amid a shrinking fee pool from trading that threatens financial services in the world's third-largest economy. Nagai is due to become Nomura's chairman in April and will be replaced by Kentaro Okuda, now co-chief operating officer, to lead a turnaround at the firm, which last year posted its first annual loss in a decade, has cut costs and also announced plans to shut 20% of its domestic retail branches.
Nomura has picked joint operations chief Kentaro Okuda to lead a turnaround of Japan's biggest brokerage and investment bank, taking over from chief executive Koji Nagai, who will become chairman. The reshuffle was announced on Monday as Nomura posted its strongest quarterly profit in more than 17 years. With years of experience in investment banking, Okuda, 56, has also worked overseas, including as head of Nomura's U.S. arm.
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