MHVYF - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.

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52-week range
Volume4
Avg. volume175
Market cap13.574B
Beta1.25
PE ratio (TTM)11.50
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.07 (2.74%)
Ex-dividend date2017-03-29
1y target estN/A
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  • Reuters18 days ago

    Mitsubishi Heavy seen selling M'bishi Motors stake for over $460 million - Nikkei

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd has decided to sell most of its 10 percent stake in Mitsubishi Motors Corp (7211.T) in a deal likely to exceed 50 billion yen ($460 million), the Nikkei ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Back to the future; EDF renames nuclear reactor unit

    French utility EDF (Swiss: EDF.SW - news) integrated the nuclear reactor business of fellow state-owned group Areva (LSE: 0P4A.L - news) and resurrected the unit's old name Framatome. Framatome will be 75.5 percent owned by EDF, 19.5 percent by Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Other OTC: MHVYF - news) and 5 percent by engineering group Assystem (LSE: 0OA7.L - news) .

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Mitsubishi says on track to deliver long-delayed jets by 2020

    Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd is on track to deliver its repeatedly delayed commercial jet by mid-2020, the head of its aircraft unit said, despite a risk of an order cancellation. The Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ) aircraft has been delayed five times from an original delivery target of 2013, leading to spiraling costs. News this month that an order for the aircraft from Eastern Air Lines was "likely to be lost" has spurred more questions about the outlook of the project.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Mitsubishi says on track to deliver long-delayed jets by 2020

    Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd is on track to deliver its repeatedly delayed commercial jet by mid-2020, the head of its aircraft unit said, despite a risk of an order cancellation. The Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ) aircraft has been delayed five times from an original delivery target of 2013, leading to spiralling costs. News this month that an order for the aircraft from Eastern Air Lines was "likely to be lost" has spurred more questions about the outlook of the project.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    EDF completes 75.5 percent acquisition of Areva NP - statement

    French state-owned utility EDF has completed the acquisition of a 75.5 percent stake in Areva NP, the nuclear reactor construction unit of fellow state-owned nuclear group Areva, it said on Friday. "These ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Denmark's Orsted lifts 2017 outlook after deal windfall

    Danish energy group Orsted lifted its 2017 profit outlook after agreeing to sell a stake in what will be the world's biggest offshore wind farm for around 2 billion pounds ($2.65 billion). Orsted, previously known as DONG Energy (LSE: 0RHE.L - news) and the world's largest owner of offshore wind power sites, has a strategy of selling off large stakes in wind farms to invest the capital in new projects. On Wednesday, it agreed to divest a 50 percent stake in the Walney Extension project off the coast of northern England in the Irish Sea to two leading Danish pension funds.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Kobe Steel plant that supplied plane components being checked

    Japanese authorities are conducting safety checks at a Kobe Steel Ltd aluminium plant that supplied components for a domestically built aircraft and seeking to inspect other plants owned by the embattled company. Kobe Steel's revelations of widespread tampering in the specifications of its products have sent a chill through global supply chains for cars, trains, airplanes and other equipment. The inspection of Kobe Steel's Daian plant in central Japan was focusing on the safety of components being used in Mitsubishi Regional Jet (MRJ) passenger aircraft being developed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, Transport Minister Keiichi Ishii told reporters on Tuesday.

  • Kobe Steel plant is under inspection by Japan ministry: Kyodo
    Reuters4 months ago

    Kobe Steel plant is under inspection by Japan ministry: Kyodo

    One of the Kobe Steel Ltd plants at the heart of a product data cheating scandal is being inspected by Japan's transport ministry, Kyodo News reported on Tuesday. Ministry officials started the checks on Monday at Kobe Steel's Daian plant in Mie prefecture west of Tokyo, Kyodo reported, citing a source close to the matter. The plant produces aluminum used in a passenger aircraft being developed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, according to the Kyodo report.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Boeing, Mitsubishi Heavy in deal to cut costs of 787 wing production

    MHI is the sole supplier of the 787 composite wings and manufactures them at its factory in Nagoya. Under the new agreement announced in a joint statement on Monday, MHI will pursue increased efficiency in its production system and supply-chain through lean production methods, automation and other activities. MHI said last year Boeing was seeking a new round of lower prices and changes in payment terms as the U.S. manufacturer stepped up efforts to conserve cash.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Boeing, Mitsubishi Heavy in deal to cut costs of 787 wing production

    MHI is the sole supplier of the 787 composite wings and manufactures them at its factory in Nagoya. Under the new agreement announced in a joint statement on Monday, MHI will pursue increased efficiency in its production system and supply-chain through lean production methods, automation and other activities. MHI said last year Boeing was seeking a new round of lower prices and changes in payment terms as the U.S. manufacturer stepped up efforts to conserve cash.

  • Japan steel scandal grows as more carmakers hit
    AFP4 months ago

    Japan steel scandal grows as more carmakers hit

    The scandal has already melted away nearly a billion dollars from Kobe Steel's stock price

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Kobe Steel's data-fabrication stuns Japanese manufacturers

    Japan's government sought on Tuesday to contain the fallout from the disclosure by the nation’s third-biggest steel maker, Kobe Steel Ltd , that it had fabricated data on components used in cars, aircraft and space rockets, sending shock waves through the Japanese manufacturing sector. Faced with the latest in a series of missteps that have undermined Japan's reputation for high-quality production, the industry ministry instructed Kobe Steel to assess the safety impact from the scandal.

  • Kobe Steel shares melt as falsified data scandal heats up
    AFP4 months ago

    Kobe Steel shares melt as falsified data scandal heats up

    Shares in Kobe Steel have gone into meltdown as Tokyo's bourse reopen, wiping XXXX off its market value

  • Kobe Steel fabricated data for aluminum, copper products
    AFP5 months ago

    Kobe Steel fabricated data for aluminum, copper products

    Lined up aluminium rolls

  • Alstom: the key dates of a French industrial jewel
    AFP5 months ago

    Alstom: the key dates of a French industrial jewel

    Alstom has been a symbol of French know-how in making trains, such as France's cherished high-speed trains, or TGVs

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    British wind farm first to secure MHI Vestas' record 9.5 MW turbines

    A consortium planning to build Britain's Triton Knoll offshore wind park will buy 90 giant turbines from MHI Vestas, it said on Monday, in what the maker said was the first announced deal for its record 9.5 megawatt (MW) capacity product. A final investment decision for the wind park, in Britain's North Sea, is likely in 2018 with full onshore construction starting shortly after, and offshore construction starting in 2020, it added. The 9.5 MW turbine, made by a joint venture between Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Other OTC: MHVYF - news) and Denmark's Vestas , has the world's largest capacity, designed to challenge an 8.0 megawatt turbine by Siemens Gamesa, the market leader in the growing offshore market.

  • S. Korean court orders Japan's Mitsubishi to pay for war labour
    AFP7 months ago

    S. Korean court orders Japan's Mitsubishi to pay for war labour

    A South Korean court ruled Tuesday that Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries should pay compensation to former wartime slave workers

  • Mitsubishi, Assystem take stakes in France's nuclear reactors firm
    AFP7 months ago

    Mitsubishi, Assystem take stakes in France's nuclear reactors firm

    Japanese conglomerate Mitsubishi and French engineering consulting firm Assystem have taken stakes in French nuclear reactor business New NP, created from Areva, electricity firm EDF said

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 months ago

    France, Japan back free navigation in Asia-Pacific, Abe says

    France and Japan support a "free and open maritime order" in the Asia-Pacific region, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said after talks with French President Francois Hollande on Monday. The message seemed aimed at China, which claims almost all the South China Sea and which has fuelled concern in Japan and the West with its growing military presence in the waterway. "Francois and I agreed on the importance of ensuring a free and open maritime order in the Indo-Pacific region (and) of continuing to support the stability and prosperity of this region," Abe told reporters after the talks.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 months ago

    Areva factory ill-equipped to make nuclear parts - French watchdog

    Creusot Forge, a supplier of nuclear plants around the world owned by France's Areva (Euronext: AREVA.NX - news) , is under investigation for making substandard parts and falsifying documents. Now (Frankfurt: 11N.F - news) , France's nuclear regulator says machinery at the plant, which was shut for commercial production last year, is not up to the job.

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