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E-Guardian Incorporation Company Snapshot
E-Guardian Incorporation operates within the Business services sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares E-Guardian Incorporation with three other companies in this sector in Japan: M&A Capital Partners Co Ltd (2016 sales of 3.76 billion Japanese Yen [US$33.87 million] of which 100% was Advisory Service), Actcall Inc (4.06 billion Japanese Yen [US$36.63 million] of which 51% was Housing Related Out Sourcing), and IR Japan Holdings Ltd (3.47 billion Japanese Yen [US$31.29 million] ).

Sales Analysis. During the year ended September of 2016, sales at E-Guardian Incorporation were ¥3.81 billion (US$34.40 million). This is an increase of 26.3% versus 2015, when the company's sales were ¥3.02 billion.
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  Stock Performance Chart for E-Guardian Incorporation
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (9/15/2017): 2,171.00
(Figures in Japanese Yen)
1 Week 4.8%   13 Weeks -4.7%  
4 Weeks 15.5%   52 Weeks 75.4%  
E-Guardian Incorporation Key Data:
  Ticker: 6050 Country: Japan
  Exchanges: TYO Major Industry: Commercial Services & Supplies
    Sub Industry: Business Services
  2016 Sales 3,813,968,000
(Year Ending Jan 2017).
Employees: 164
  Currency: Japanese Yen Market Cap: 22,045,936,198
  Fiscal Yr Ends: September Shares Outstanding: 10,154,738
  Share Type: Common Closely Held Shares: 1,792,980
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