7011.T - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.

Tokyo - Tokyo Delayed Price. Currency in JPY
6,523.00
+102.00 (+1.59%)
As of 11:35AM JST. Market open.
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Previous Close6,421.00
Open6,466.00
Bid6,523.00 x 0
Ask6,530.00 x 0
Day's Range6,445.00 - 6,550.00
52 Week Range4,340.00 - 6,550.00
Volume2,307,800
Avg. Volume2,750,622
Market Cap2.19T
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.68
PE Ratio (TTM)16.86
EPS (TTM)386.81
Earnings DateAug 03, 2023 - Aug 07, 2023
Forward Dividend & Yield160.00 (2.56%)
Ex-Dividend DateSept 28, 2023
1y Target Est6,505.60
  • Reuters

    Mitsubishi Heavy expects record defence orders as Japan pours money into military

    TOKYO (Reuters) -Mitsubishi Heavy Industries on Wednesday said it expects to book record defence equipment orders this business year as Japan embarks on its biggest military expansion since World War Two. The government plan to double defence spending to around 2% of gross domestic product within five years includes subsidies to support Japan's fractured defense industry, and a pledge to make military contracts more profitable.

  • Reuters

    Japan awards Mitsubishi Heavy $2.8 billion missile contracts

    Japan has awarded its largest defence equipment maker Mitsubishi Heavy Industries contracts worth 378 billion yen ($2.84 billion) to develop and build a new missile force aimed at deterring China from using military force in East Asia. The four contracts include land, sea and air-launched missiles as well as a hypersonic ballistic warhead that it wants to begin deploying from 2026, Japan's Ministry of Defense said in a press release. In the wake of Russia's attack on Ukraine and amid growing concern that China could launch an attack on neighbouring Taiwan, Japan in December unveiled its biggest military build-up since World War Two that will double defence spending over five years.

  • Reuters

    Japan awards Mitsubishi Heavy $2.8 bln missile contracts

    Japan has awarded its largest defence equipment maker Mitsubishi Heavy Industries contracts worth 378 billion yen ($2.84 billion) to develop and build a new missile force aimed at deterring China from using military force in East Asia. The four contracts include land, sea and air-launched missiles as well as a hypersonic ballistic warhead that it wants to begin deploying from 2026, Japan's Ministry of Defense said in a press release. In the wake of Russia's attack on Ukraine and amid growing concern that China could launch an attack on neighbouring Taiwan, Japan in December unveiled its biggest military build-up since World War Two that will double defence spending over five years.

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    Exxon, Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy tie-up in carbon capture technology

    Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) is allying with ExxonMobil Corp to use MHI's carbon dioxide (CO2) capture technology for ExxonMobil's end-to-end carbon capture and storage (CCS) solution, the companies said in a statement. The venture will get support from Japan's Kansai Electric Power Co (KEPCO), they added, with the technology aiming to cut the costs of CO2 capture for heavy-emitting industrial customers.

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    A Startup Offers Japan's Aging CEOs a Worry-Free Succession Plan

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