Mizuho Financial Group Inc. (MFG)

0.01 0.36
NYSE : Finance
Prev Close 2.75
Open 2.74
Day Low/High 2.73 / 2.76
52 Wk Low/High 2.66 / 3.65
Volume 130.59K
Avg Volume 854.60K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 12.69B
Market Cap 35.64B
EPS 0.10
Div & Yield 0.10 (3.97%)

Mitsubishi UFJ Profits Get Lending Boost

Japan's largest bank by assets reported a 48.3% rise in fiscal first-quarter earnings.

Nomura Bidding for Citi Japan Unit: Report

Japanese broker Nomura Holdings is among the groups bidding for Citigroup's Japanese asset management arm, a report says.

Citi, Sumitomo Mitsui Reach Nikko Deal

Citigroup has reached an agreement in principal to sell Nikko Cordial and parts of Nikko Citigroup to Sumitomo Mitsui Financial, according to a report.

FDIC Talks Successor to Citi's Pandit: Report

FDIC Talks Successor to Citi's Pandit: Report

Senior officials at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. privately have discussed who might replace CEO Vikram Pandit if Citigroup needed more government aid, a report says.

Citi Weighs Bids for Nikko: Report

Citigroup could be close to selling its Japanese brokerage unit for as much as $6 billion, according to a report Monday.

Citi Preferred Conversion Delay Hits Stock

Citigroup shares fell, despite an earnings beat, as the company said that it planned to delay the conversion of the U.S. Treasury's preferred stake to common stock.

Citigroup Rallies on FASB, Nikko Interest

Citigroup shares were rallying as investors were encouraged by a relaxation of mark-to-market accounting and a bidding war for its Japanese brokerage.

Citi May Sell Japan Investment Bank: Reports

Citi May Sell Japan Investment Bank: Reports

Citigroup may sell its Japanese investment bank in addition to its brokerage in Japan, reports say.

Asian Stocks Finish Higher

Asian Stocks Finish Higher

Asian stocks closed higher Tuesday on the heels of strong gains on Wall Street, boosted by the U.S. government's bailout of Citigroup.

Asian Stocks Finish With Gains

Asian Stocks Finish With Gains

Asian stocks rose Friday as Wall Street surged and traders hoped for solutions to the global financial crisis from the meeting of the G20 nations this weekend.

Asia's Stocks Rise, Led by Rally in Japan

In Hong Kong, the Hang Seng adds 155 points, or 0.6%, to 24,284.04, while in China the Shanghai Composite gains 11 points, or 0.3%, to 3375.41.

Asia: Rate Fears Hit Chinese Markets

The selling hit petrochemical, momentum and rate-sensitive plays.

Monday's Winners & Losers: NeuroMetrix

Shares soar more than 70% after the FDA grants the company clearance to market its ADVANCE System.

Monday's Small-Cap Winners & Losers

Houston American Energy swings to a profit and trades higher.

Asia Ends Week Higher

The region's markets rose Friday, and the Hang Seng notched a two-month high.

Asia: Rumor-Based Rally in Japan

Market players credit the strong rally to two separate stories moving through trading desks.

Asia: Financials and Exporters Surge

The U.S. rally and tentative hopes for resurgent consumer drove the region's markets.

Shanghai Index Escapes Decline in Asia

The Hang Seng in Hong Kong falls 260 points, or 1.1%, and Japan's Nikkei loses 322 points, or 2.3%.

Asia Falls Sharply on Credit and Inflation Woes

Shares of gold miners stood out in the broad selling on the continent's exchanges.

Hong Kong Higher on Better Volume

The Hang Seng outshone the Shanghai composite, which fell 2.4%.

Asian Markets Bear Selling

China climbs again, but regional investors see potential trouble spots looming.

Mixed Day in Asia

Japan's Nikkei hit an 18-month low intraday, but it overcame losses and finished up 28 points.

Asia: Japan Hits 17-Month Low

Sources cite the shortened, low-volume session and U.S. worries.

Asian Markets Drubbed

Sources suggest confusion around the Fed's effort drove the selling that brought markets to their lowest levels of the month.

Asia: Hong Kong Rolls Higher Again

The region has emerged from its November doldrums, with Hong Kong leading.

Asia Rallies on Rumors and Hope

A morning slump reverses on Fed rumors and higher S&P futures.

Asian Markets Tumble

Property stocks offered the most resistance to broad selling in the region, particularly in consumer and financial names.

Asia: Rate Cuts Fail to Bolster China

Asia: Rate Cuts Fail to Bolster China

Lending rate cuts did not deliver the hoped-for response in China, while the region ended mixed.