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■Oxide <6521> 2,563 yen +148 Yen (+6.1%) Today’s closing price
Oxide <6521> has soared for the fourth time in a row with a significant increase after opening the market. The stock price had been bottoming out in the low 2,000 yen range, but recently it suddenly started to move out of the bottom range. With the rise in US long-term interest rates reaching a peak, the relative overvalue of the stock market has eased, and investment funds are returning to growth stocks that had been shelved in the past. In particular, investment funds have been aggressively attacking semiconductor-related small and medium-sized stocks, which had been lagging behind. Under such circumstances, shares of the company, which develops and manufactures optical devices and is attracting attention for its technological capabilities such as laser technology for semiconductor wafer inspection equipment, are being reconsidered and bought. After the close of trading on the 15th, it was announced that the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) had been selected for the “Program to Promote Research, Development, and Social Implementation of Energy Saving Technologies to Realize a Decarbonized Society.” It seems to be a source of inspiration.
■PCI Holdings <3918> 995 yen +55 Yen (+5.9%) Today’s closing price
PCI Holdings <3918> has increased significantly for three consecutive days. After the close of trading on the 15th, the company announced that it would carry out a stock buyback with a total of 200,000 shares (1.98% of the total number of issued shares excluding treasury stock) and a total purchase amount of up to 200 million yen. The acquisition period is from November 16th to December 22nd. The company will also cancel 200,000 shares of treasury stock on December 20th. At the same time, a medium-term management plan was also announced. The company has set a goal of increasing sales to 30.5 billion yen (forecast for September 2024: 26.3 billion yen) and operating income to 2.75 billion yen (1.51 billion yen) for the fiscal year ending September 2026. It seems that there was some buying taking these factors into consideration.
■Robopay <4374> 2,454 yen +131 Yen (+5.6%) Today’s closing price
ROBOT PAYMENT<4374> continued to rise rapidly. After the close of trading on the 15th, the company announced that its monthly sales for October were 205 million yen, an increase of 35.0% compared to the same month last year. It seems that there was some buying on the back of a favorable impression of the continuation of the significant increase in sales. Billing management robot sales increased by 38.3% year on year to 78 million yen, and Subscription Pay sales increased significantly by 34.0% year on year to 125 million yen. Additionally, the company announced on the 16th that it has released a file attachment function in its billing management robot that allows for the simultaneous sending of invoices and related forms.
■Project Company <9246> 2,708 yen +142 Yen (+5.5%) Today’s closing price
Project Company <9246> has rebounded sharply for the first time in seven days. After the close of trading on the 15th, it was announced that SBI Holdings <8473> and Macbee Planet <7095> had entered into a capital and business alliance. It seems that some buyers took this as a clue. SBI Holdings acquired 600,000 shares (10.29% of the total number of outstanding shares) and McBeePla acquired 150,000 shares (2.57%) from Procan’s former vice president Shota Ito. SBI Holdings’ ownership of voting rights will be 26.9%. SBI Holdings and Procan will strengthen their services in line with the acquisition of new NISA (Small Investment Tax Exemption System) accounts promoted by SBI Securities and the expansion of their customer base. Additionally, McBeePla’s solutions will be utilized in consulting projects carried out by Procan and its subsidiaries. Regarding the shares held by former Procan Vice President Ito, President Yunosuke Doi plans to acquire 75,000 shares through ToSTNeT-1, an off-floor transaction on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Furthermore, Procan announced that it would purchase 325,000 shares through the Tokyo Stock Exchange’s off-auction share repurchase transaction (ToSTNeT-3), and on the 16th, Procan disclosed that it had completed the purchase. The company plans to continue discussions regarding the disposal of the remaining shares held by Mr. Ito.
■Nagaoka <6239> 925 yen+48 Yen (+5.5%) Today’s closing price
Nagaoka <6239> rebounded for the first time in three days. After the close of trading on the 15th, the company announced that it had received a large order for its products, which supported the stock price. The company’s screen internals have been selected for a new propylene plant for plastic raw materials being built in Africa. The order amount is approximately 700 million yen, and the contracted delivery date is February 2025.
■Great Nikko <6635> 500 yen+23 Yen (+4.8%) Today’s closing price
Dainikko Engineering <6635> rose 12.8% to 538 yen at one point. On the 15th, the company announced that it will be involved in support for the development and manufacturing of electronic equipment to be installed in the winged rocket test vehicle (WIRES#015), which is being developed by Tokyo University of Science in collaboration with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). Announced to participate. This seems to have been seen as a buying factor. Utilizing its technical know-how on electronic boards for use in microsatellites, the company will support the development of the DC power supply section and some of the I/F sections to be mounted on the test vehicle.
■Data app <3848> 938 yen+43 Yen (+4.8%) Today’s closing price
Data application <3848> rebounded for the first time in three days. After the close of trading on the 15th, the company announced that the year-end lump sum dividend for the fiscal year ending March 2024 would be 24 yen (22.50 yen in the previous fiscal year), an increase of 1 yen.50 from the previous plan, and this seems to have been well received. . The company’s policy is to pay stable and continuous dividends with a dividend on equity ratio (DOE) of 3.5%. The latest upward revision took into account the upward revision of the company’s full-year non-consolidated earnings forecast on the 6th.
■Science Arts <4412> 580 yen+15 Yen (+2.7%) Today’s closing price
Science Arts <4412> continues to grow for 3 days. After the close of trading on the 15th, the company announced that it will provide the live communication platform “Buddycom” as an IP wireless application to be used for security and disaster prevention at the 2025 Japan World Expo (Osaka/Kansai Expo). Buddycom is a service that allows you to communicate with multiple people at the same time, like a walkie-talkie or radio, by installing an app on your smartphone or tablet using the Internet. The company plans to develop and sell the system starting with the use cases at the Osaka and Kansai Expo, with the aim of making it available to 1.29 million people working in security and disaster prevention fields.
■Ridge-i <5572> 1,689 yen+35 Yen (+2.1%) Today’s closing price
Ridge-i <5572> turned back after the morning break. On this day, the company announced that it had been selected for the “Preliminary Study of AI for Earth Digital Twin Research” conducted by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) through open competitive bidding. It seems that there was some buying taking this as a factor. JAXA conducted this open competitive bidding in order to consider future research plans and prototypes related to AI necessary for digital twins. Until March 2024, RidgeEye will study and prototype use cases that incorporate cutting-edge AI technology, such as generative AI, in areas where satellite data is used, such as agriculture, forestry, and fisheries.
■DD Group <3073> 1,366 yen+21 Yen (+1.6%) Today’s closing price
DD Group <3073> continued to grow. After the close of trading on the 15th, monthly sales for October will be announced. Existing store sales increased by 14.5% compared to the same month last year, maintaining an increasing trend. At existing stores, the number of customers and average spend per customer have increased, and the store appears to have been well received. Revenues from both the food and beverage business and the amusement business increased. Sales on a store-wide basis increased by 6.9%.
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