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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian share markets struck record highs on Wednesday as hopes for more takeover activity and a fair global economic outlook fueled a year-end rally.

The yen climbed away from Tuesday's two-month low against the dollar on a report Japanese central bankers will discuss a rate rise next month. Crude oil was steady above $61 a barrel after dropping more than a dollar on Tuesday on mild winter weather in the United States.

Telecommunication problems after an earthquake off Taiwan damaged undersea cables disrupted some bank operations, but did not prevent solid gains for bourses.

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Hong Kong <.HSI> led the way, reaching a record and scoring a 1.5 percent gain. Hong Kong-listed Chinese companies, or H-shares <.HSCE>, rose as much as 6.2 percent, also to a record, and Australia's benchmark index <.AXJO> closed at an all-time high, up 0.7 percent.

Tokyo shares <.N225> finished up 0.3 percent, the highest close since early May. MSCI's index of non-Japan Asian shares <.MSCIAPJ> also reached a record, up 1.0 percent at 0600 GMT.

"It's typical of markets, this time of the year, to have a rally and specifically investors are sort of betting next year would be reasonably good for share markets," said Shane Oliver at Australia's AMP Capital Investors.

"The U.S. economy is cooling off enough to allow the Fed to move toward rate cuts by May next year. But it is not cooling off so much to threaten profits.

"Likewise, the economic conditions across the Asian region are pretty solid. M&A is still playing a big part and it is fuelling demand for shares."

Taiwan's main index <.TWII> scaled a six-year peak before edging back to stand little changed on the day. South Korea's KOSPI <.KS11> bucked the trend and fell 0.6 percent as telecoms stocks went ex-dividend.

In Tokyo, Toyota Motor Corp. (7203.T: Quote, NEWS , Research) rose 1.9 percent amid talk of a possible alliance with Ford Motor Co. (F.N: Quote, Profile , Research), although other exporters, including Honda Motor Co. Ltd. (7267.T: Quote, NEWS , Research) up 1.1 percent also gained, aided by a weaker yen.

Hong Kong share gains were led by hopes mainland Chinese firms may pay less corporate tax in future.

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China Netcom (0906.HK: Quote, Profile , Research) rose more than 15 percent and China Unicom (0762.HK: Quote, Profile , Research) advanced almost 8 percent on hopes they will benefit from a possible change of China's tax system.

China plans to set a unified corporate income tax rate of 25 percent in a move that will scrap the country's decade-old preferential treatment for foreign firms, the official China Securities Journal said on Monday. Analysts said firms like China Netcom pay 30 to 33 percent.

Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing's Hutchison Telecommunications International (2332.HK: Quote, Profile , Research) jumped 10 percent but later gave up most gains. The jump followed a report India's Essar group had made an offer to buy Hutchison Telecom's 67 percent stake in Indian mobile phone operator Hutchison Essar.

U.S. stocks advanced on Tuesday. The Dow Jones industrial average <.DJI> and the Nasdaq Composite Index <.IXIC> both rose about 0.5 percent.

The dollar slipped against the yen on a Jiji news agency report that the Bank of Japan will probably discuss bumping up interest rates at next month's policy meeting.

A dealer at a major Japanese bank said some in the market had also tried to cut back on risky positions as telecommunications stalled following earthquake damage to undersea cables.

On Tuesday, the dollar had crept to a fresh two-month high against the low-yielding yen after lackluster Japanese consumption and spending data kept doubts simmering about whether the BOJ would raise rates in January.

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The dollar was at 118.76 yen after falling as far as 118.64 yen. It rose to 119.22 yen earlier in the session, just shy of the two-month peak of 119.23 yen scaled on Tuesday.

The euro was at $1.3147 after slipping 0.3 percent the previous session.

The single European currency was at 156.17 yen , in sight of the record high of 156.42 yen marked last week.

平成19年3月期中間決算短信(連結) 平成18年11月9日
コード番号 3793 本社所在都道府県東京都
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代表者     役職名代表取締役 氏名 内藤 裕紀
問合せ先責任者 役職名取締役管理担当氏名 廣瀬 敏正TEL  (03)5791−4555
百万円% 百万円% 百万円%
18年9月中間期504 94.8 46 △55.1 57 △42.9
17年9月中間期259 − 103 − 100 −
18年3月期703 256 225
百万円% 円銭円銭
18年9月中間期36 △38.8 1,836 65 1,756 92
17年9月中間期59 − 3,318 70 − −
18年3月期124 6,792 65 6,538 53
(注)〇分法投資損益18年9月中間期 - 百万円17年9月中間期 - 百万円18年3月期- 百万円
期中平均株式数(連結) 18年9月中間期19,784株17年9月中間期17,882株18年3月期18,346株
百万円百万円% 円銭
18年9月中間期1,539 1,367 82.6 64,252 28
17年9月中間期324 211 65.1 11,472 55
18年3月期1,416 1,232 87.0 62,309 10
(注)期末発行済株式数(連結) 18年9月中間期19,784株17年9月中間期18,424株18年3月期19,784株
18年9月中間期△73 △563 91 412
17年9月中間期74 △41 6 110
18年3月期59 △115 942 958
連結(新規) 1社(除外) 0社持分法(新規) 0社(除外) 0社
通期1,500 400 230
(参考)1株当たり予想当期純利益(通期)  11,625円56銭
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