NMR - Nomura Holdings, Inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed price. Currency in USD
3.1200
-0.0400 (-1.27%)
At close: 4:01PM EDT
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Previous close3.1600
Open3.1200
Bid3.1100 x 4000
Ask3.1200 x 1400
Day's range3.0800 - 3.1300
52-week range3.0800 - 5.4000
Volume947,043
Avg. volume520,735
Market cap10.352B
Beta (3Y monthly)1.19
PE ratio (TTM)11.30
EPS (TTM)0.2760
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.05 (1.39%)
Ex-dividend date2018-09-27
1y target est4.22
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  • Nomura to Brief on Information Leak as FSA Prepares Penalty
    Bloomberg55 minutes ago

    Nomura to Brief on Information Leak as FSA Prepares Penalty

    Chief Executive Officer Koji Nagai and other Nomura officials are due to hold a press conference at 3 p.m. Japan time on Friday to discuss the results of the probe. The Financial Services Agency plans to issue a business improvement order against Nomura Securities Co. as soon as this month after the leak of information on changes to the composition of the Tokyo Stock Exchange market segments, a person with knowledge of the matter said. Information “was handled improperly from the viewpoint of ensuring fair and sound markets in the course of communicating information at Nomura Securities,” the Tokyo-based firm said in a statement late Thursday.

  • Daiwa Lauds Ability to Stay Profitable as Nomura Loses Money
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Daiwa Lauds Ability to Stay Profitable as Nomura Loses Money

    Shares of Japan’s second-largest brokerage are “quite undervalued,” CEO Seiji Nakata said in a recent interview, citing the company’s dividend payout policy, stock buybacks and ability to still make money. In a bid to bolster those profits, Daiwa on Tuesday announced plans to cut 15 billion yen ($136 million) in costs over two years, joining Nomura in trying to combat a slump at the retail brokerage business. Most of Daiwa’s cost cuts will focus on the domestic retail business, where it plans to save 10 billion yen by the year ending March 2021.

  • Japan’s Megabanks Still Can’t Find Success Abroad
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Japan’s Megabanks Still Can’t Find Success Abroad

    The retreat sounded by Nomura Holdings Inc. last month marks just the latest Japanese overseas flop, prompting current and former executives, as well as analysts, to question if they can ever make it in international capital markets. “Japan is a manufacturing powerhouse but a financial lightweight,” says David Threadgold, a Keefe, Bruyette & Woods analyst in Tokyo who has followed banks there for more than three decades.

  • Jail Asked for Ex-Deutsche Bank, Nomura Staff in Paschi Case
    Bloomberg8 days ago

    Jail Asked for Ex-Deutsche Bank, Nomura Staff in Paschi Case

    Prosecutors led by Giordano Baggio asked for jail sentences of five years and eight months in case of convictions for Deutsche Bank’s Michele Faissola, former head of global rates, for Michele Foresti, former head of structured trading, and Dario Schiraldi, former head of European sales. The prosecutors also requested eight-year jail sentences for former Monte Paschi Chairman Giuseppe Mussari and ex-General Manager Antonio Vigni in Milan on Thursday.

  • UBS Group Cuts More Than 150 Jobs Amid Plans to Save Costs
    Zacks8 days ago

    UBS Group Cuts More Than 150 Jobs Amid Plans to Save Costs

    UBS Group (UBS) cuts more than 150 jobs globally as part of its broader plans to reduce expenses.

  • SoftBank Hires Nomura and Goldman on Yahoo Japan Deal
    Bloomberg15 days ago

    SoftBank Hires Nomura and Goldman on Yahoo Japan Deal

    SoftBank Corp. hired Nomura to advise on the transaction, which will make the mobile operator the largest shareholder in Yahoo Japan, according to the people, who asked not to be identified because the matter is private. Goldman Sachs is working with parent SoftBank Group Corp. on the sale of its stake in Japan’s most-visited web portal, the people said. The transaction announced Wednesday has two main parts: SoftBank Group will sell its 36% holding to Yahoo Japan through a tender offer at a discount price, and the shares will then be canceled.

  • Nomura's Top Executives Forgo Bonuses as Profit Almost Wiped Out
    Bloomberg29 days ago

    Nomura's Top Executives Forgo Bonuses as Profit Almost Wiped Out

    In a rare move for Japan’s largest securities firm, bonuses of about 60 executives, including senior managing directors, will be scrapped, Nomura said after reporting quarterly earnings on Thursday. The string of bad news over the past few months has been enough to raise questions about whether the 94-year-old firm might be acquired, a notion Chief Executive Officer Koji Nagai has sought to debunk. Nagai this month announced a three-year cost cutting plan aimed at returning Nomura’s overseas operations to profit and revamping its mainstay domestic consumer business.

  • Despite headwind, Japan's Nomura says intent on going it alone
    Reuterslast month

    Despite headwind, Japan's Nomura says intent on going it alone

    Japan's Nomura Holdings has no plan to follow the lead of Wall Street rivals and seek a tie-up with a commercial lender, its chief executive told Reuters, pledging to stay independent even as the investment bank faces its first annual loss in a decade. Nomura in January reported a net loss of more than 101 billion yen ($903 million) in the first three quarters of the year to end-March. It has since announced an overhaul plan to cut $1 billion in cost from its wholesale business and close more than 30 of its 156 retail branches.

  • Morgan Stanley to Add More 5.5% Stake in China Joint Venture
    Zackslast month

    Morgan Stanley to Add More 5.5% Stake in China Joint Venture

    Morgan Stanley's (MS) acquisition of an additional 5.5% stake in its China mutual funds joint venture for $3.73 million will make it the largest shareholder.

  • SoftBank Names Nomura to Lead $4.5 Billion Bond Sale
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    SoftBank Names Nomura to Lead $4.5 Billion Bond Sale

    Nomura plans to sell about 150 billion yen of the notes, while Daiwa Securities Group Inc. will handle about 90 billion yen and SMBC Nikko Securities Inc. about 80 billion yen, the people said, asking not to be identified because the matter is private. The sale is aimed at individual investors and will help SoftBank repay a mountain of debt coming due over the next six months. It will also be SoftBank’s second mammoth fundraising from public investors within six months, following the December initial public offering for its telecom unit that raised more than 2 trillion yen mainly from individual investors.

  • Nomura to Cut Jobs, Close Branches to Boost Wholesale Unit
    Zacks2 months ago

    Nomura to Cut Jobs, Close Branches to Boost Wholesale Unit

    To lower losses at its struggling operations in the United States and Europe, Nomura (NMR) intends to cut jobs and reduce branches across wholesale business.

  • Bank Stock Roundup: Rise in Bond Yield, Easing Global Growth Concerns, JPM & WFC in Focus
    Zacks2 months ago

    Bank Stock Roundup: Rise in Bond Yield, Easing Global Growth Concerns, JPM & WFC in Focus

    Banking stocks rallied on subdued investors' concerns regarding global economy growth and easing regulations.

  • What's Left of Nomura After $1 Billion in Cuts?
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    What's Left of Nomura After $1 Billion in Cuts?

    After three straight quarters of losses, the Japanese investment bank unveiled plans to cut $1 billion in costs from its struggling wholesale business. Ever since it bought Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.’s Asian and European assets more than a decade ago, Nomura’s on-again, off-again attempts to build up overseas have been familiar to investors. The cuts within Japan – including shuttering 30 of its 156 domestic retail branches – make sense in an increasingly online world of stock and bond trading, particularly against the backdrop of a sluggish economy.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Japan's Nomura axeing jobs and bank branches to cut costs by $1 bln

    Japan's Nomura Holdings will cut $1 billion in costs from its wholesale business and shut more than 30 of 156 domestic retail branches in its latest overhaul, the ailing bank said on Thursday. Nomura also plans to axe about 100 jobs in London -- the centre for its European investment banking business -- as part of the overhaul, a banking source told Reuters. The wholesale segment has been dragging on the performance of Japan's biggest brokerage and investment bank, pushing it to its heaviest quarterly loss in nearly 10 years in the three months to December.

  • Japan's Nomura axing jobs and bank branches to cut costs by $1 billion
    Reuters2 months ago

    Japan's Nomura axing jobs and bank branches to cut costs by $1 billion

    Japan's Nomura Holdings will cut $1 billion (760.23 million pounds) in costs from its wholesale business and shut more than 30 of 156 domestic retail branches in its latest overhaul, the ailing bank said on Thursday. Nomura also plans to axe about 100 jobs in London -- the centre for its European investment banking business -- as part of the overhaul, a banking source told Reuters. The wholesale segment has been dragging on the performance of Japan's biggest brokerage and investment bank, pushing it to its heaviest quarterly loss in nearly 10 years in the three months to December.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Japan's Nomura to axe 100 London jobs as part of business overhaul

    Japan's Nomura Holdings is to axe around 100 jobs in London as part of a restructuring of its global business, a source at the bank told Reuters on Thursday. Nomura said earlier it would cut $1 billion in costs from its wholesale business and shut more than 30 of its 156 domestic retail branches, in its latest attempt to turn around its struggling business. Japan's biggest brokerage and investment bank will shed about 100 positions in London, which is the centre for its European business, said the source, who declined to be named.

  • Japan's Nomura axeing jobs and bank branches to cut costs by $1 billion
    Reuters2 months ago

    Japan's Nomura axeing jobs and bank branches to cut costs by $1 billion

    Japan's Nomura Holdings will cut $1 billion in costs from its wholesale business and shut more than 30 of 156 domestic retail branches in its latest overhaul, the ailing bank said on Thursday. Nomura also plans to axe about 100 jobs in London -- the center for its European investment banking business -- as part of the overhaul, a banking source told Reuters. The wholesale segment has been dragging on the performance of Japan's biggest brokerage and investment bank, pushing it to its heaviest quarterly loss in nearly 10 years in the three months to December.

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