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Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (MRAAF)

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56.97-0.63 (-1.09%)
As of 01:05PM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close57.60
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range56.97 - 57.06
52 Week Range44.93 - 80.75
Avg. Volume1,270
Market Cap36.615B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.93
PE Ratio (TTM)16.78
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.17 (2.41%)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 30, 2023
1y Target EstN/A
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    Key iPhone Supplier Expects Orders to Drop on Weak Tech Demand

    (Bloomberg) -- Mobile industry bellwether Murata Manufacturing Co. expects Apple Inc. to reduce iPhone 14 production plans further in the coming months because of weak demand, which would force the supplier to again cut its outlook for its handset-component business.Most Read from BloombergElon Musk Is Ruining Trump’s Presidential CampaignUS Core Inflation Slows, Giving Fed Some Breathing Room on RatesSam Bankman-Fried Arrested in Bahamas as US Files FTX ChargesChina’s Rapid Covid Reversal Spark

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    Key iPhone Supplier Warns Smartphone Demand Will Continue to Fall

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    Quake-hit Japan plants restart but Toyota to suspend 18 assembly lines

    TOKYO (Reuters) -Japanese manufacturers began restarting production at plants in the country's quake-hit northeast, but Toyota Motor Corp said it plans to idle 18 assembly lines for a few days next week due to a shortage of parts from suppliers. On one hand, the limited damage caused by the magnitude 7.4 temblor has highlighted Japan's success in building resilience against the frequent tremors that shake the archipelago. But the quake has sparked concerns of further disruptions to a pandemic-hit supply chain for precision components vital to electronics and autos production and in which Japanese manufacturers play a leading role.