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Bank of Japan operates in the Federal reserve banks sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Bank of Japan with three other banks in Asia: BOC Hong Kong (Holdings) Ltd of Hong Kong (2016 sales of 86.10 billion Hong Kong Dollars [US$11.01 billion] of which 18% was Corporate), Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Holdings Incorporation (1.18 trillion Japanese Yen [US$10.85 billion] of which 97% was Sumitomo Mitsui Trust and Banking), and Hana Financial Group which is based in South Korea (12.72 trillion Korean Won [US$11.16 billion] of which 46% was Hana Bank).

Sales Analysis. Bank of Japan reported sales of ¥1.19 trillion (US$10.89 billion) for the fiscal year ending March of 2016. This represents a sharp decrease of 30.0% versus 2015, when the company's sales were ¥1.70 trillion.
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Bank of Japan
  Stock Performance Chart for Bank of Japan
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (8/18/2017): 36,550
(Figures in Japanese Yen)
1 Week -1.5%   13 Weeks -5.6%  
4 Weeks -0.5%   52 Weeks 1.5%  
Bank of Japan Key Data:
  Ticker: 8301 Country: Japan
  Exchanges: TYO Major Industry: Banks
    Sub Industry: Federal Reserve Banks
  2016 Sales 1,188,881,182,658
(Year Ending Jan 2017).
Employees: 4,675
  Currency: Japanese Yen Market Cap: 36,550,000,000
  Fiscal Yr Ends: March Shares Outstanding: 1,000,000
  Share Type: Common Closely Held Shares: N/A
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