Japan Hot Stocks-Aeon, Nippon Sheet Glass, Construction Firms

Date: 12 August 2009
Source: Forbes.com
Nippon Sheet Glass, a major sheet glass maker, surged 8.6 percent to 353 yen after Bank of America ( BAC - news - people ) Merrill Lynch initiated coverage with a 'buy' rating, citing expectations of a significant earnings contribution from price hikes on European construction-use glass and the auto-glass business swinging into profits in the financial year starting next April.Read full story here.

Nippon Sheet Glass, a major sheet glass maker, surged 8.6 percent to 353 yen after Bank of America ( BAC - news - people ) Merrill Lynch initiated coverage with a 'buy' rating, citing expectations of a significant earnings contribution from price hikes on European construction-use glass and the auto-glass business swinging into profits in the financial year starting next April.

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