Japan's Biggest Brokerages Still Hungover From SoftBank IPO
Nomura Writedown Closes Chapter on Turbulent Lehman Saga
Japanese Brokerage SBI to Expand IPO Team as Market Share Climbs
Employees at Nomura will see their salaries and bonuses “more appropriately reflect” their job responsibilities, performance.
Next year is shaping up to be another tough one for Nomura Holdings’s employees in Europe, with more job losses likely.
The Nikkei 225 has tumbled 20 percent from a 27-year high on Oct. 2, fueled by concerns ranging from global trade tensions.
Nomura Profit Outlook Dims as CEO Flags More Wholesale Weakness
Ghosn Case Highlights Whistle-Blowing Importance, FSA Chief Says
Japan to Probe Debt Market's Big Secret
Nomura Loss Brings Underperforming European Business Into Focus
Japan Banks, China Investment to Set Up $1.8 Billion Trade Fund
BOJ Faces Banks Angry Over Negative-Rate Corporate Bond Buying
A Peculiar Practice in Japanese Bond Sales Hurts Investors and Banks
Japan Needs 2% Inflation for Tax Hike: S&P Gruenwald
Eleven of 17 in survey predict policy rate hike on Wednesday.
SoftBank Without Son in Future Is on Minds of Yen Bond Investors
Takeda's `Scary' Debt for Shire Deal Fuels Credit Market Concern
Takeda's Credit Rating Cut by Moody's on $62 Billion Shire Deal
SoftBank's Credit Swaps Drop to Two-Week Low on Sprint Deal
Takeda's Finances Could Take Big Hit If Shire Deal Succeeds
BOJ May Get More Freedom on Policy If Abe Quits: Ex-BOJ Kiuchi