Conroe, TX. #HurricaneHarvey ... Agellan Commercial Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) reported Monday that it has been advised by its local Houston property management that one of its Houston industrial properties has likely experienced flood-related.
The question is, can Japan do without nuclear power? Mitsushige Akino, Ichiyoshi Investment Management Company Opponents failed to win enough support for a motion that would have forced Tepco to scrap all reactors and halt any construction of new ones.
This time around, however, Nintendo will find it harder to sidestep its competitors and must also contend with a burgeoning smartphone market that didn't exist in 2006, said Mitsushige Akino, Chief Fund Manager at Ichiyoshi Investment Management.
The company has benefited from the weak yen, but its restructuring is the major contributor to its recovery," said Mitsushige Akino, analyst at Ichiyoshi Investment Management in Tokyo. "But the television business is still struggling. Panasonic should.
Reuters) - A massive selloff on the Tokyo Stock Exchange wiped out some 23.5 trillion yen ... likely came from them," said Mitsuhsige Akino, a fund manager at Ichiyoshi Investment Management. "On the other hand, foreigners had bought over 2.75 trillion.
It can now move on from talk of restructuring to growth," said Mitsushige Akino, chief fund manager at Ichiyoshi Investment Management Co Ltd. Sony has been mulling a potential successor for Stringer, the first non-Japanese to run the consumer electronics.
Nintendo shares fell 5.7% yesterday to a five-year low for the company, and today sank even further, dropping another 5.2% Mitsushige Akino, a chief fund manager at Ichiyoshi Investment Management, says that the WiiU should NOT be blamed for the drop.
Late Monday) Reuters - Statoil: *Further improvements on Johan Sverdrup oilfield *Further reduce investment costs for first phase ... W&T Offshore announced that the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management has rescinded its four orders issued in 2016 that.
“The global economy isn’t bad but there’s no impression that it’ll get markedly better from here, and I expect it to remain fairly flat,” said Mitsushige Akino, an executive officer at Ichiyoshi Investment Management Co. in Tokyo. “In that.