Nomura Shares Fall After Surprise Loss Overshadows Cost CuttingBy
Japanese bank is cutting back after six years of losses abroad
COO pledges to return overseas businesses to profit this year
Nomura Holdings Inc. fell in Tokyo trading after posting a surprise quarterly net loss and unveiling steps to return overseas operations to profit by cutting costs.
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