Keio Corporation operates within the Department stores sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Keio with three other
companies in this sector in Japan:
Parco Co Ltd
sales of 273.38 billion Japanese Yen [US$2.45 billion]
of which 88%
was Shopping Center Business),
Ryohin Keikaku Co., Ltd.
(333.28 billion Japanese Yen [US$2.99 billion]
of which 65%
was Domestic business), and
Kintetsu Department Store Company Limited
(266.48 billion Japanese Yen [US$2.39 billion]
of which 92%
was Department Store Business).
During the year ended March of 2017, sales at
Keio were ¥419.00 billion (US$3.75 billion).
a very small
increase of 0.7%
versus 2016, when the company's sales were ¥416.25 billion.
This was the fifth consecutive year of sales increases at Keio
(and since 2012, sales have increased a total of 7%).
The sales level in 2017 was fairly close to the level five years ago: in 2012, Keio had sales
of ¥390.47 billion.
Sales of Real Estate saw an increase
that was more than double the company's growth rate: sales were up
9.8% in 2017, from
¥35.09 billion to ¥38.54 billion.
Keio also saw significant increases in sales in
Leisure (up 1.8% to ¥70.95 billion)
Other (up 2.3% to ¥29.36 billion)
Not all segments of Keio experienced an increase in sales in 2017:
sales of Distribution Operation fell 1.9% to ¥153.04 billion.