The price/operating cash flow metric for Mitsubishi Ufj Financial Group Inc is higher than merely 3.01% of stocks in our set with a positive cash flow.
Equity multiplier, or assets relative to shareholders' equity, comes in at 20.08 for Mitsubishi Ufj Financial Group Inc; that's greater than it is for 98.52% of US stocks.
Mitsubishi Ufj Financial Group Inc's shareholder yield -- a measure of how much capital is returned to stockholders via dividends and buybacks -- is -397.67%, greater than the shareholder yield of merely 1.55% of stocks in our set.
Stocks with similar financial metrics, market capitalization, and price volatility to Mitsubishi Ufj Financial Group Inc are BNS, WBK, GS, PNC, and BMO.
MUFG's SEC filings can be seen here. And to visit Mitsubishi Ufj Financial Group Inc's official web site, go to www.mufg.jp.
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Japanese stocks advanced in line with their Wall Street and Asian peers and hit a two-and-a-half-month high on Tuesday, as encouraging early-stage data for a potential coronavirus vaccine boosted hopes for a swift reopening of the global economy. Data from Moderna Inc's COVID-19 vaccine, the first to be tested in the United States, showed it produced protective antibodies in a small group of healthy volunteers, the company said on Monday. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan last traded up 1.6% in late Asian trade.
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