Japan Calendar for Oct. 24-28

The following is a calendar of expected financial events in Japan. Other calendars can be found at: {ECO JN <GO>} for economic indicators, {ACDR <GO>} for earnings, and {CACT <GO>} for corporate actions. Times may change.

Oct. 24

Economic Events: 08:50 Trade statistics, Sept. 14:00 Supermarket sales, Sept.

Other Events: NA 3-D Matrix Ltd. shares begin trading on the Osaka

Securities Exchange’s Jasdaq market. 08:50 Bank of Japan releases October senior loan officer

opinion survey. 09:30 The two-day 13th Nikkei Global Management Forum begins

in Tokyo. Samsung Electronics Co. Executive Director

Lee Yoon Woo, Nippon Steel Corp. Chairman Akio Mimura,

Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. President Yasuchika Hasegawa

give speeches. 10:00 Bank of Japan accounts as of Oct. 20. 10:30 Auction notice for Enhanced-liquidity. 11:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura gives regular

press conference. 11:00 Tokyo Electric Power Co. gives press conference on

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear disaster. 12:45 Result of auction for enhanced-liquidity. 16:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura gives regular

press conference. 16:30 Fukushima nuclear disaster countermeasure headquarters

holds press conference on Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant. 17:00 German President Christian Wulff gives press

conference at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of

Japan in Tokyo.

Earnings: 15:00 KDDI Corp. (9433)

Oct. 25

Economic Events: 08:50 Personal computer shipments for Sept. 15:00 Machine tool orders for Sept., final report.

Other Events: NA Finance Minister Jun Azumi, Economy Minister Motohisa

Furukawa and Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura

give press conferences following Cabinet meeting. 09:30 Second day of Nikkei Global Management Forum. Olympus

President Tsuyoshi Kikukawa, Sompo Japan Insurance Inc.

Chairman Masatoshi Sato appear in panel discussion.

Seven & I Holdings Co. Chairman Toshifumi Suzuki gives

speech. 10:20 Announcement of Treasury Discount Bills. 10:30 Announcement of 10-year Japanese government bonds. 11:00 Tokyo Electric Power Co. gives press conference on

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear disaster. 16:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura gives regular

press conference. 18:00 Tokyo Electric Power Co. gives press conference on

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear disaster.

Earnings: 13:00 Fanuc Corp. (6954) 15:00 Hitachi Construction Machinery Co. (6305) 15:00 Matsui Securities Co. (8628) 15:00 Orix Corp. (8591) 15:20 Nidec Corp. (6594) NA Canon Inc. (7751)

Oct. 26

Economic Releases: 08:50 Corporate services price index for September.

Other Events: NA Poletowin Pitcrew Holdings Inc. shares begin trading

on the Tokyo Stock Exchange’s Mothers exchange. 10:20 Auction notice of Treasury Discount Bills. 10:30 Auction notice of 2-year Japanese government bonds. 11:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura gives regular

press conference. 11:00 Tokyo Electric Power Co. gives press conference on

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear disaster. 12:35 Auction result of Treasury Discount Bills. 12:45 Auction result of 2-year Japanese government bonds. 16:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura gives regular

press conference. 18:00 Tokyo Electric Power Co. gives press conference on

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear disaster.

Earnings: 11:30 Nippon Steel Corp. (5401) 14:00 JFE Holdings Inc. (5411) NA Fujitsu Ltd. (6702) NA Monex Group Inc. (8698) NA SBI Holdings Inc. (8473)

Oct. 27

Economic Events: 08:50 Current survey of commerce for Sept. 08:50 International transactions in securities for last week.

Other Events: 09:00 Bank of Japan holds monetary policy meeting, followed

by a press conference by Governor Masaaki Shirakawa at

15:30. 11:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura gives regular

press conference. 11:00 Tokyo Electric Power Co. gives press conference on

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear disaster. 15:00 Bank of Japan releases “Outlook for Economic Activity

and Prices, October 2011.” 16:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura gives regular

press conference. 16:30 Fukushima nuclear disaster countermeasure headquarters

holds press conference on Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant.

Earnings: 10:00 Nintendo Co. (7974) 11:00 Nissin Foods Holdings Co. (2897) 13:00 Shin-Etsu Chemical Co. (4063) 15:00 Advantest Corp. (6857) 15:00 Elpida Memory Inc. (6665) 15:00 Komatsu Ltd. (6301) 15:00 NEC Corp. (6701) 15:00 Sharp Corp. (6753) 15:00 Softbank Corp. (9984) 16:00 Kyocera Corp. (6971) 16:00 Kyushu Electric Power Co. (9508)

Oct. 28

Economic Events: 08:30 Jobless rate for Sept. 08:30 Job-to-applicant ratio for Sept. 08:30 Household spending for Sept. 08:30 Consumer price index. 08:50 Industrial production for Sept. 08:50 Input-output price index of the manufacturing industry

by sector, Sept. 13:00 Vehicle production for Sept.

Other Events: NA Ebook Initiative Japan Co. shares begin trading on the

Tokyo Stock Exchange’s Mothers section. NA Kikuchi Seisakusho Co. shares begin trading on the

Osaka Securities Exchange’s Jasdaq market. NA Finance Minister Jun Azumi, Economy Minister Motohisa

Furukawa and Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura

give press conferences following Cabinet meeting. 11:00 Tokyo Electric Power Co. gives press conference on

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear disaster. 14:00 Bank of Japan releases full text of “Outlook for

Economic Activity and Prices, October 2011.” 16:00 Chief Cabinet Secretary Osamu Fujimura gives regular

press conference. 18:00 Tokyo Electric Power Co. gives press conference on

Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear disaster.

Earnings: 11:00 Daihatsu Motor Co. (7262) 11:20 Denso Corp. (6902) 12:00 Hino Motors Ltd. (7205) 14:00 East Japan Railway Co. (9020) 14:00 Mitsubishi Motors Corp. (7211) 15:00 All Nippon Airways Co. (9202) 15:00 Konica Minolta Holdings Co. (4902) 15:00 Ricoh Co. (7752) 15:00 Seiko Epson Corp. (6724) 15:00 Yamato Holdings Co. (9064) 16:00 Chubu Electric Power Co. (9502) NA Daiwa Securities Group Inc. (8601)

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