Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements15

HOKURIKU ELECTRIC POWER COMPANY AND CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES
March 31, 2017

17. Amounts per Share

 Basic profit per share has been computed based on the profit available for distribution to shareholders of common stock and the weighted average number of shares of common stock outstanding during the year.
 Net assets per share are computed based on the net assets excluding share subscription rights and non-controlling interests and the number of common stock outstanding at the year end.
 Net assets and basic profit per share as of and for the years ended March 31, 2017 and 2016 were as follows:

yen / yen / U.S. dollars

201720162017
Net assets per share¥1,518.08¥1,552.48$13.53
Profit per share¥(2.98)¥61.74$(0.02)

(Note)
 Diluted net income per share for the current consolidated fiscal year is not listed, because it is loss per share for the current consolidated fiscal yaer and there are no dilutive shares.
 Diluted net income per share for the previous fiscal year is not listed, because there were no dilutive shares.

Millions of yen / Millions of yen / Thousands of U.S. dollars

For the years ended March 31201720162017
Profit (Loss) attributable to owners of parent¥(622)¥12,891$(5,548)
Amounts not attributable to common stock---
Profit (Loss) attributable to owners of parent to common stock(622)12,891$(5,548)
Weighted average number of common stock during the year (thousands of shares)208,802208,810

 The bases of calculation for profit per share were as follows:

Millions of yen / Millions of yen / Thousands of U.S. dollars

As of March 31201720162017
Net assets¥327,614¥334,003$2,919,914
Amounts deducted from net assets11,2689,839100,436
(Non-controlling interests)(11,268)(9,839)(100,436)
Net assets attributable to common stock316,345324,1642,819,478
Number of shares of common stock at the year end (thousand of shares)208,798208,805

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