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Westpac Banking Corp (WBCPB.AX)

WBCPB.AX on Australia Stock Exchange

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Wed, Aug 10 2016

UPDATE 1-Australia's Westpac Q3 stressed loans rise, shares skid

* Shares down 3.4 pct to one-month lows (Adds analyst comment, updates shares)

Australia's Westpac sees higher defaults in third quarter

SYDNEY, Aug 11 Australia's No.3 lender Westpac Banking Corp said on Thursday its level of stressed assets edged up in the three-months to June as a mining downturn led to higher corporate as well as consumer defaults.

Westpac commodity finance division expects revenue growth this year

HONG KONG, June 15 The structured commodity finance division of Australia's Westpac bank expects revenues to grow by a third this financial year as new products gain momentum, but business is likely to level out next year as the global economy falters.

MOVES-UBS appoints ex-Westpac CEO Kelly as senior adviser -memo

ZURICH, May 26 Swiss bank UBS has recruited former Westpac Chief Executive Gail Kelly as a senior global adviser to its top management, according to a memo seen by Reuters.

Westpac dual-tranche deal includes first climate bonds

SINGAPORE, May 25 (IFR) - Westpac Banking Corporation has priced a A$2.3 billion (US$1.7 billion) offering of five-year dual-tranche senior unsecured medium-term notes, including its debut climate bond.

Westpac, ANZ investigating suspected home loan fraud

SYDNEY, May 9 Two of Australia's biggest banks on Monday said they are investigating suspected fraud involving false declarations by a number of home loan borrowers who rely on foreign income.

Westpac targets transfer business after closing remitter accounts

SYDNEY, May 6 Westpac Banking Corp, Australia's No.3 lender, will launch a new money transfer service in June, according to a letter seen by Reuters, more than a year after it forced several remitters out of business by closing their bank accounts.

Australia, NZ shares slip after Westpac profit miss

MELBOURNE, May 2 Australian and New Zealand shares fell on Monday, hurt by the big banks after a rise in bad debts marred no.3 lender Westpac Banking Corp's half-year results, but gains in Telstra and miners helped trim the market's losses.

UPDATE 3-Australia's Westpac H1 bad debts hit 6-yr high; shares slump

* Westpac shares hit nearly 3-week lows on Monday (Updates with fresh CEO comments, shares)

Australia shares set to slip, Westpac profit misses forecasts

MELBOURNE, May 2 Australian shares are poised to fall on Monday after Chinese manufacturing data for April cast doubt over the strength of a pick-up in the economy and no.3 lender Westpac Banking Corp reported weaker-than-expected half year earnings. Local share price index futures fell 0.1 percent ahead of the Chinese data and Westpac's results to 5,225.0. The benchmark rose 0.5 percent last Friday. New Zealand's benchmark S&P/NZX 50 index slipped 0.2 percent to 6,804.76 in

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