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FY2010 Financial Results, May 12, 2011

Date
May 12, 2011
Venue
Global Headquarters, Yokohama


Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., today announced financial results for the fiscal year 2010, ending March 31, 2011, and filed the following results with the Tokyo Stock Exchange:

• Net revenues of 8.7731 trillion yen
• Operating profit of 537.5 billion yen
• Net income of 319.2 billion yen

In fiscal year 2010, Nissan's global sales reached a record-high level. In a year when the total industry volume was up 12.6% - from 64.5 million units in fiscal 2009 to 72.6 million worldwide in fiscal 2010 - Nissan's global sales increased 19.1%. Vehicle sales grew from 3.515 million to 4.185 million units. For the full year, overall global market share stood at 5.8%.

Financial results document (Kessan Tanshin)

Financial results summary sheet    

FY2010 3rd Quarter Financial Results, February 9, 2011

Date
February 9, 2011
Venue
Global Headquarters, Yokohama

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., announced its financial results for the third quarter of fiscal year 2010, ending March 31, 2011, as well as the first nine months.

In the April-to-December 2010 period, Nissan's Net revenues were 6.4218 trillion yen, up 19.4% compared with a year ago. Operating profit was 448.9 billion yen. Ordinary profit was 456.2 billion yen. Net income after tax totaled 288.4 billion yen.

Nissan sold 3,018,000 vehicles in the first nine months, up 20.5% compared with the same period last year.

Based on a foreign-exchange rate assumption of 80.9 yen/dollar and 110.2 yen/euro for the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2010, the revised average rates will be 85.4 yen/dollar and 112.5 yen/euro for fiscal year 2010. Nissan has revised upward its full-year forecast for fiscal 2010 and filed the following forecast with the Tokyo Stock Exchange for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2011:

• Net revenues of 8.8 trillion yen;
• Operating profit of 535 billion yen;
• Net income of 315 billion yen.

Financial results document (Kessan Tanshin)

Financial results summary sheet    

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FY2010 2nd Quarter Financial Results, November 04, 2010

Date
November 4, 2010
Venue
Global Headquarters, Yokohama


Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., announced its financial results for the first half of fiscal year 2010, ending March 31, 2011, as well as second-quarter performance.
In the first half, Nissan sold 2,009,000 vehicles worldwide, up 23.8% compared with last year.

Net revenue increase 27.7% to 4.3191 trillion yen. Operating profit totaled 334.9 billion yen, with an ordinary profit of 315.1 billion yen and a net income of 208.4 billion yen.

The company has revised upward its full-year forecast for fiscal 2010. Based on foreign-exchange rates of 84.4 yen/dollar and 111.9 yen/euro, the revised average rates for the full fiscal year, Nissan filed the following forecast with the Tokyo Stock Exchange for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2011:

• Net revenues of 8.77 trillion yen
• Operating profit of 485 billion yen
• Net income of 270 billion yen

Financial results document (Kessan Tanshin)

Financial results summary sheet    

FY2010 1st Quarter Financial Results, July 29, 2010

Date
July 29, 2010
Venue
Global Headquarters, Yokohama

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., announced its financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2010, ending March 31, 2011.
Globally, Nissan sold a total of 954,000 vehicles in the April-to-June period, up 32% compared to the same period in 2009.
Net revenue increase 35.3% to 2.0501 trillion yen. Operating profit totaled 167.9 billion yen, up 1,347.4%, with an ordinary profit of 155 billion yen and a net income of 1,06.6 billion yen.
Nissan's forecast remains unchanged for the full fiscal year with an operating profit of 350 billion yen and a net income of 150 billion yen.

Financial results document (Kessan Tanshin)

Financial results summary sheet    

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