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Panasonic has reported a net profit of Â£421 million for the October-December period, compared with a Â£131 million loss a year earlier.Panasonic, which kept its forecast for a full-year loss unchanged, said a weak yen had improved business conditions.
The Japanese currency has dipped more than 15% against the US dollar since November last year.
A weak yen boosts profits of Japanese exporters such as Panasonic when they repatriate their foreign earnings back home. It also makes Japanese goods more affordable to foreign buyers.
The firm has said it expects to make a net loss of 510 million for the financial year to 31 March 2013.
Panasonic has seen its fortunes slide in recent years amid a slowdown in global demand and falling prices for TVs.
To make matters worse, it has also had to face strong competition from rivals, including South Korea’s Samsung which has grabbed a big share of the global TV market.
In its latest results, Panasonic said that global demand for flat-panel TVs and digital devices had weakened further.
It said its overall sales in the last quarter fell 8% on the year to Â£1.2 billion.
For its part, Panasonic has been trying to restructure its business. But it has previously warned that the costs related to such moves may be almost 11 times more than previously estimated.
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The firm said profits had also been boosted by a continued recovery from the floods in Thailand in 2011.
However, it cut its full-year profit forecast to 370bn yen, compared with its previous projection of 375bn yen.
It is the second time in a space of four months that the firm has lowered its full-year profit forecast. In October, Honda had cut its projection to Â£250 million from its earlier forecast of Â£313 million.
Natural disasters in Thailand and Japan in 2011 had halted production Honda’s factories and impacted its sales.
However, it has seen a steady recovery since then. Earlier this week, it reported record sales of 3.82 million vehicles for 2012, a jump of 19% from a year earlier.
But the firm is also facing some growth hurdles, not least from the continuing sovereign debt crisis in the eurozone.
The crisis has hurt region’s growth and dented sentiment resulting in a drop in consumer demand in the region’s countries.
That has, in turn, affected demand for Japanese goods in the region.
Honda’s sales to Europe dipped 87% in the October to December quarter, from a year earlier.
At the same time, the firm has also been hit by the territorial dispute between Japan and China.
The spat, which flared up in September last year, resulted in protests in China which targeted Japanese brands. That has resulted in a drop in Honda’s sales to China, the world’s biggest car market.
The carmaker said its sales to China dipped 68% in the three months to the end of December, from a year earlier.
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Boeing’s sales in the last quarter of 2012 reached a record Â£14 billion, the US plane manufacturer has said.Its backlog of plane orders also hit an all-time high of Â£260 billion as the company began delivering the first of its new flagship Dreamliner 787 jets.
The firm made net income of Â£652 million, down 30% from a year ago, when it benefited from an unusually low tax bill.
The figures pre-date the grounding of the 787 worldwide earlier this year by air regulators over a battery fault.
Boeing did not add to its existing comments on the investigation into the fault, repeating that it was co-operating fully with the US Federal Aviation Authority.
However, in a possible sign of confidence, Boeing said that its forecasts for revenues and profits this year were not being adjusted to reflect any impact from the suspension of Dreamliner flights.
Its revenues in the fourth quarter were up 14% from a year ago, driven almost entirely by a 32% increase at its commercial planes division.
For 2012 as a whole, revenues rose 19% to Â£54.4 billion, while net income was down a fraction at Â£2.6 billion. Boeing’s after-tax profits were dragged down by the reversion of its effective tax rate from a favourable 27% of earnings in 2011 to a more normal 34% last year.
“In a year of considerable achievement. Boeing was the commercial aviation market leader for both orders and deliveries, with more than 600 airplanes delivered, including the first Charleston-built 787 Dreamliners,” said chief executive Jim McNerney.
“Our first order of business for 2013 is to resolve the battery issue on the 787 and return the airplanes safely to service with our customers.”
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William Hill- Britain’s largest bookmaker said it expected to report operating profits for the full year of Â£330 million, up from Â£276 million the previous year.Its profit from online activities was up 36% from the previous year.
The company is trying to boost its online presence by buying the Australian arm of online bookmarker Sportingbet and an option on Sportingbet’s Spanish business for Â£454 million.
“Performance was robust in retail and profits continued to grow strongly in online, with sporting results going in our favour in both channels,” said chief executive Ralph Topping.
The company is currently considering whether to buy out the 29% stake in William Hill Online held by Playtech.
“The company’s progress has been reflected in a share price which has risen 62% over the last year.”
William Hill shares rose 4% in early trading in London.
Shares in William Hill have risen following a trading update that showed more growth from its online business.
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If you have a Facebook account then you donâ€™t get any money when businesses advertise on your pages.
If you have a Google AdSense publishing account on your website then Google only gives you one per cent of the income that they make from your website.
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Business confidence about the German economy has surged to its highest level since before the eurozone crisis.The ZEW sentiment index rose to a surprise 31.5 in January, a 32-month high, up from 6.9 in December.
Positive index levels indicate that more analysts are optimistic about the economic outlook than pessimistic.
The investor sentiment index, produced by the Mannheim-based think tank ZEW, had registered a negative reading for 14 of the 18 months prior to December.
The negative sentiment reflected widespread concern that the German economy would be dragged into recession by the economic woes of its southern European export markets, stress in the eurozone banking system, and widespread uncertainty over the future of the single currency.
The index tracks the percentage of optimistic investors minus the percentage of pessimistic investors, and can swing between a theoretical maximum of 100 and minimum of -100.
A separate index compiled by ZEW from the survey of 272 financial analysts and investors in Germany, reflecting their assessment of the current state of the German economy – as opposed to their expectations about the future – rose fractionally from 5.7 to 7.1, still well below the 80-to-90 levels it was registering just 18 months ago.
“The financial market experts seem to expect that the positive sentiment on the financial markets may soon result in companies realising investments that had been postponed earlier on,” said ZEW president Prof Wolfgang Franz.
“However, the economic situation of important trade partners is rightly considered to still be weak. This suggests that the German economy will further grow at a moderate level in 2013.”
The survey also found that sentiment about the UK, Japanese and the broader eurozone economies improved strongly during the month, while expectations about the US economy remained largely positive.
Among the industrial sectors, investors were most enthusiastic about the prospects for information technology, construction, services and pharmaceuticals.
The survey suggested that serious worries remain over the banking, insurance and car industries, but that expectations were not as bleak as a month earlier.
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Rory McIlroy has signed a record sponsorship deal with Nike- making him one of the highest paid sports stars in the world.The exact detail of the sponsorship may never be revealed, but it has been reported to be worth around Â£62 million to Â£77 million over five years.
That could earn the County Down golfer around Â£31,000 a day.
“I chose Nike for a number of reasons,” said McIlroy. “They are committed to being the best, as am I. Signing with Nike is another step towards living out my dream.”
“Rory is an extraordinary athlete who creates enormous excitement with his on-course performance while, at the same time, connecting with fans everywhere,” said Cindy Davis, President of Nike Golf.
“He is the epitome of a Nike athlete, and he is joining our team during the most exciting time in Nike Golf’s history. We are looking forward to partnering with him to take his remarkable career to the next level.”
The announcement was made ahead of the the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship this week.
Nike believe he is also the most marketable brand in the sport.
The deal will take him into the same league as the top global earners of last year.
McIlroy earned over Â£8,660,000 in prize money last season, and about Â£10 million in endorsements and appearance money.
TOP 5 SPORTS EARNERS 2012
- Â Â Â Boxing: Floyd Mayweather (Â£53m)
- Â Â Â Boxing: Manny Pacquaio (Â£39m)
- Â Â Â Golf: Tiger Woods (Â£37m)
- Â Â Â Basketball: LeBron James (Â£32.8m)
- Â Â Â Tennis: Roger Federer (Â£32.5m)
* Source Forbes business magazine
The figures are a combination of salary, bonuses and sponsorship.
Sales in North America and Asia-Pacific rose 26.2% and 23.3% respectively, helping to offset a 6.5% drop in sales in Western Europe, excluding Germany where sales were up 1.9%.
Volkswagen said it was optimistic for this year despite the economic problems in the eurozone.
“Tough challenges lie ahead. The Volkswagen Group has everything it takes to face these challenges and to play a leading role on world markets,” said Volkswagen chairman Dr Martin Winterkorn.
However, sales at Volkswagen are still expected to lag those at rival Toyota, which has forecast a 22% jump in sales last year to 9.7 million vehicles.
Toyota has not yet released its official global sales figures for 2012.
At Volkswagen, its passenger cars remained the most popular, recording sales of 5.7 million last year.
Sales of sports car Porsche, which Volkswagen took over last August, were 59,500 between August and December.
The economic turmoil in the eurozone, which has seen several countries including Greece, Portugal and the Republic of Ireland need international financial help, has hurt car sales in the region.
Heathrow has said that it handled 70 million passengers in 2012-Â the highest number on record, as the crowded airport saw bigger and fuller planes.Passengers numbers rose 0.9% from 2011, with 3.2% growth in its staple North Atlantic business, and traffic to the Far East and Brazil boosted by new routes.
December was also a record month at the airport, with China traffic up 23%.
But the growth in passenger numbers during 2012 was balanced by a 1.3% drop in cargo passing through the airport.
Heathrow has been operating close to official full capacity for several years.
Besides the spare capacity freed up by cargo, the airport said that the higher passenger numbers had been due to an increase in the aircraft load factor – a measure of how full planes are – from 75.2% to 75.6%, as well as in average aircraft size from 194.8 seats to 197.4.
It meant that the average plane flying through Heathrow was carrying almost 2% more passengers in 2012 than the year before.
The distribution of traffic across different destinations last year reflected the changing fortunes of various countries’ economies:
East Asia rose 6.2% in the year, in part due to recovery from Japan’s 2011 tsunami, and climbed by 14.8% in December from a year earlier as new routes opened
The recession-struck eurozone economies of Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain saw a collective 4.5% drop in traffic in 2012
Middle Eastern passenger numbers rebounded 3.4% as the political situation in most of the region stabilised
Passenger numbers to India and Africa fell, as routes shifted away from these regions in favour of higher-growth developing economies.
The airport is due to complete the reconstruction of Terminal 2 in 2014, which will increase the number of passengers it can handle, but not the number of flights.
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