SOQ.MU - Soken Chemical & Engineering Co., Ltd.

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52-week range11.41 - 25.98
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Market cap127.587M
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  • EU immigration to Britain falls to five-year low - ONS figures
    Sky News3 hours ago

    EU immigration to Britain falls to five-year low - ONS figures

    The number of immigrants moving from the European Union to Britain fell by a quarter to a five-year low last year. An estimated 101,000 more people arrived in the UK from the bloc than left during the year. Overall net long-term migration, including arrivals and departures of non-EU nationals, was about 282,000 in 2017.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Trump says to run for reelection, had Brexit chat with Queen Elizabeth

    U.S. President Donald Trump said he intends to run for re-election in 2020 because "everybody wants me to" and there are no Democratic candidates who could defeat him, the Mail on Sunday newspaper reported. Asked by British journalist Piers Morgan in an interview given on Friday whether he was going to run in 2020, Trump was quoted by the Mail on Sunday as saying: "Well I fully intend to. Trump said he did not see any Democrat who could beat him: "I don't see anybody.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    U.S. President Trump says intends to run for president in 2020 - Mail on Sunday

    U.S. President Donald Trump said in an interview that he intends to run for re-election in the 2020 election, the Mail on Sunday newspaper reported. When asked by Piers Morgan in an interview given on Friday in Britain whether he was going to run, Trump said: "Well I fully intend to. Trump said he did not see any Democrat who could beat him.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Trump vows 'great' trade deal with UK, abruptly changing tack on May's Brexit plan

    President Donald Trump said on Friday the United States and Britain could secure a "great" post-Brexit trade deal, lavishing praise on Prime Minister Theresa May and contradicting his own withering assessment of her strategy publicised hours earlier. Fresh from sending NATO into crisis talks and ahead of a summit with Kremlin (IOB: 0Q8D.IL - news) chief Vladimir Putin, Trump shocked Britain's political establishment when he criticised May's plans for ties with the European Union after Britain leaves in March.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    HIGHLIGHTS - President Trump news conference with UK PM May

    Visiting U.S. President Donald Trump held a news conference on Friday after talks with British Prime Minister Theresa May. Earlier, in a combative newspaper interview, Trump had delivered a withering verdict on May's Brexit strategy, criticised London mayor Sadiq Khan and tipped Boris Johnson, who resigned this week, as a future British leader.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Build-A-Bear CEO apologizes after 'heartbreaking' sale crowds

    Build-A-Bear Workshop Inc's chief executive on Friday apologized to disappointed customers and offered an extended discount, a day after its one-day pay-your-age event prompted massive crowds and shortages at some stores. Sharon Price John, in an interview on NBC's "Today" program, called the overcrowded sale event, which had to be limited on Thursday, "heartbreaking" and said the global stuffed-animal retailer would offer a sale through the summer. "I am sorry that we were not able to provide the service that we wanted," Price John said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Britain's May looking forward to explaining Brexit stance to Trump - May spokesman

    British Prime Minister Theresa May is looking forward to sitting down with Donald Trump to talk him through her Brexit negotiating stance after the U.S. president criticised her plans in an interview, her spokesman said on Friday. Trump told the Sun newspaper that a free trade deal with Britain might be impossible if London goes ahead with May's proposals for post-Brexit ties with the European Union in an interview published hours before the two leaders are due to meet.

  • 'Police called' as Build-A-Bear teddy sale sparks chaos
    Sky News3 days ago

    'Police called' as Build-A-Bear teddy sale sparks chaos

    A teddy bear offer has been abandoned amid "safety concerns" after it sparked chaos in shopping centres across the UK. Build-A-Bear launched its first ever "pay your age day", with parents able to buy a teddy costing their child's age in pounds. Police had to be called to the White Rose Centre, Leeds, after a queue of "around a mile long" caused unrest, the Yorkshire Evening Post reported.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Trump blasts UK PM May's Brexit plan, says it puts trade deal in doubt

    U.S. President Donald Trump said a free trade deal with Britain might be impossible if London went ahead with Prime Minister Theresa May's proposals for post-Brexit ties with the European Union, in damaging remarks that could widen domestic criticism of her plans. In an interview with Britain's Sun newspaper published late on Thursday, Trump said May's plans for a business-friendly Brexit would leave it too close to the EU to allow a new trans-Atlantic (Shanghai: 600558.SS - news) trade deal to be struck.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Setting out vision for future ties, Britain's May presses Brexit plans

    Prime Minister Theresa May published her blueprint for Britain's future relations with the European Union on Thursday, proposals which would keep close trade ties after Brexit but make it harder for banks to access the European single market. With (Other OTC: WWTH - news) less than nine months before Britain leaves the bloc, May has been under pressure to spell out her position to unblock the all-but-stalled talks with the EU that will shape Britain's biggest shift in foreign and trade policies for decades.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Britain's Brexit plan will damage financial services - City of London boss

    In a major policy shift, Britain has abandoned a plan for close ties with the EU for financial services, instead saying it would push to improve the EU's legal mechanism for access to countries outside the bloc known as "equivalence," where access is patchy and can be revoked at short notice. "Today's Brexit White Paper is a real blow for the UK's financial and related professional services sector," said Catherine McGuinness, in practice the political leader of the historic financial district’s municipal body.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Funding problems hobble Britain's finance ombudsman -report

    Britain's Financial Ombudsman Service requires an improved funding model to retain public confidence in its work, a report said on Thursday, after a documentary alleged a series of failings in the FOS's decisions in financial disputes. The report was commissioned by the FOS following the programme, which aired on Britain's Channel 4 in March and alleged FOS staff were ill-equipped to deal with complex cases. Richard Lloyd, author of the report, said he did not find evidence to support many of the programme's allegations, but that the FOS did face problems, including with funding.

  • Theresa May hopes for trade boost from Donald Trump visit
    Sky News4 days ago

    Theresa May hopes for trade boost from Donald Trump visit

    The UK will remain the strongest of US allies after Brexit, Theresa May has pledged as she prepares to host Donald Trump on his controversial visit to the UK. The PM's pledge came after Mr Trump said the UK was in "turmoil", that meeting Vladimir Putin would be the "easiest" part of his European trip and that he wanted to meet his "friend" Boris Johnson.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    FM Capital Partners wins Libyan SWF fraud case against former CEO

    FM Capital Partners (FMCP), which manages money for sovereign wealth fund the Libya Africa Investment Portfolio (LAP), has won a London court case against its former chief executive officer (CEO) over allegations of fraud and corruption. As a result, FMCP may be able to recover about $20-$25 million, according to a statement issued by an FMCP spokesperson on Wednesday. LAP is a subsidiary of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA), which has some $67 billion in assets and has brought several court cases against former investment managers.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    Brexit and protests cast shadow over Trump visit to Britain

    Britain on Wednesday geared up for the arrival of Donald Trump just hours after the U.S. president waded into the Brexit crisis gripping Prime Minister Theresa May's government and portrayed the closest U.S. ally in Europe as a country in turmoil. Trump lands in Britain on Thursday following a NATO meeting in Brussels where he chided Germany and other European nations for failing to contribute enough to defence spending. May appears to have seen off an immediate challenge to her leadership from malcontents within her Conservative Party but Trump's comments ahead of the trip - that Britain was "in somewhat turmoil" and that it was up to the people if she stayed in power - fanned the sense of political crisis.

  • Facebook, worth £445bn, fined £500,000 for data breach
    Sky News5 days ago

    Facebook, worth £445bn, fined £500,000 for data breach

    Facebook (NasdaqGS: FB - news) is to be hit with the maximum £500,000 ($663,000) fine over data protection breaches related to the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The UK's information commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, said she would fine the social network as her office investigates how data belonging to tens of millions of users was improperly accessed. The amount is the maximum allowed under the Data Protection Act 1998, but is pocket change for a company valued last year at around $590bn (£445bn).

  • Facebook to be fined £500,000 over data breaches
    Sky News5 days ago

    Facebook to be fined £500,000 over data breaches

    Facebook (NasdaqGS: FB - news) is to be hit with the maximum £500,000 ($663,000) fine over data protection breaches related to the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The UK's information commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, said she would fine the social network as her office investigates how data belonging to tens of millions of users was improperly accessed. The amount is the maximum allowed under the Data Protection Act 1998, but is pocket change for a company valued last year at around $590bn (£445bn).

  • Sainsbury’s taps grandee Scicluna to steer £15bn Asda merger
    Sky News6 days ago

    Sainsbury’s taps grandee Scicluna to steer £15bn Asda merger

    The City grandee who leads RSA, the FTSE-100 insurer, is being lined up as the next chairman of J Sainsbury (Other OTC: JSAIY - news) , as it tries to steer through a £15bn merger with Asda to create Britain’s biggest food retailer. Sky News has learnt that Martin Scicluna, a veteran of blue-chip boardrooms, has been picked to succeed David Tyler. An announcement about the appointment of Mr Tyler's successor could be made as early as Wednesday, when Sainsbury (Amsterdam: SJ6.AS - news) 's holds its annual meeting in London, according to people close to the company.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    British PM May looking forward to positive talks with Trump

    Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday she was looking forward to positive talks with U.S. President Donald Trump later this week, after he said that Britain was in turmoil and considered ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    British aviation regulator steps up planning for disorderly Brexit

    Britain's aviation regulator has stepped up planning for a "no deal" disorderly Brexit, identifying how many new staff would be needed and preparing safety systems to take on work now carried out by European authorities. The Civil Aviation Authority had said in January it was purposely not planning for a scenario where it was excluded from Europe's safety body, "as it would be misleading to suggest that's a viable option". Prime Minister Theresa May said on Friday the government would step up preparations for the possibility of Britain leaving the European Union without reaching a deal with Brussels.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 days ago

    Eurosceptic British ministers quit in blow to May's Brexit plan

    Prime Minister Theresa May's foreign minister and Brexit negotiator quit on Monday in protest at her plans to keep close trade ties with the European Union after Britain leaves the bloc, stirring rebellion in her party's ranks. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, the face of Brexit for many, resigned just hours after Brexit minister David Davis, emboldening some in her Conservative Party to mull a plot to unseat her less than nine months before Britain exits in March.

  • 'Reluctant conscript' David Davis quits as Brexit secretary
    Sky News7 days ago

    'Reluctant conscript' David Davis quits as Brexit secretary

    David Davis - the minister at the forefront of negotiations with the EU - has resigned as Brexit secretary. "The general direction of policy will leave us in at best a weak negotiating position, and possibly an inescapable one," Mr Davis writes in his resignation letter. It comes as Theresa May contends with a backlash against the new plans for Britain's future relationship with the European Union.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 days ago

    May wins support from divided UK government on Brexit plan

    British Prime Minister Theresa May secured a cabinet agreement on Friday for her plans to leave the European Union, overcoming rifts among her ministers to win support for "a business-friendly" proposal aimed at spurring stalled Brexit talks. After an hours-long meeting at her Chequers country residence, May seemed to have persuaded the most vocal Brexit campaigners in the cabinet to back her plan to press for "a free trade area for goods" with the EU and maintain close trade ties. The agreed proposal - which also says Britain's large services sector will not have the current levels of access to EU markets - will not come soon enough for Brussels, which has been pressing May to come up with a detailed vision for future ties.

  • Friends of Cameron deny 'worst of both worlds' claim over May's Brexit plan
    Sky News10 days ago

    Friends of Cameron deny 'worst of both worlds' claim over May's Brexit plan

    Friends of David Cameron have denied suggestions he agrees with Boris Johnson that Theresa May's vision for Britain's future relationship with the European Union is "the worst of both worlds". The former prime minister and Mr Johnson met on Thursday evening ahead of a key Brexit summit, in what was understood to have been a long-standing catch-up in which a number of issues were discussed. A source earlier told Sky News that Mr Cameron - who was spotted enjoying himself at Wimbledon on Friday - agreed with the foreign secretary that the plan put forward by Mrs May is the "worst of both worlds".

  • Theresa May's Brexit plan: What you need to know
    Sky News10 days ago

    Theresa May's Brexit plan: What you need to know

    Theresa May has gathered her top team at her country retreat of Chequers for a crucial day of talks on Brexit. The prime minister and her cabinet need to agree on what they want Britain's post-Brexit relationship with the European Union to look like.

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