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Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA.AX)

CBA.AX on Australia Stock Exchange

77.35AUD
29 Jul 2016
Change (% chg)

$-0.45 (-0.58%)
Prev Close
$77.80
Open
$77.75
Day's High
$77.75
Day's Low
$76.87
Volume
7,235,387
Avg. Vol
2,960,303
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$87.89
52-wk Low
$69.79

CBA.AX

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About

Commonwealth Bank of Australia is an Australia-based financial services company. The Company is engaged in the provision of integrated financial services, including retail, funds management, superannuation, business and institutional banking, insurance, investment and share-broking products and services. The Company operates... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.98
Market Cap(Mil.): $133,438.09
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 1,715.14
Dividend: 1.98
Yield (%): 5.40

Financials

  CBA.AX Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 14.56 14.60 17.57
EPS (TTM): 5.34 -- --
ROI: -- 0.01 0.48
ROE: 16.84 19.77 18.76

Fitch Assigns CBA's Series 56 Mortgage Covered Bonds 'AAA'; Outlook Stable

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) SYDNEY, July 27 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has assigned Commonwealth Bank of Australia's (CBA, AA-/Stable/F1+) Series 56 EUR1.25bn mortgage covered bonds a rating of 'AAA'. The Outlook is Stable. The fixed-rate bond is due in July 2026 and benefits from a 12-month extendable maturity. KEY RATING DRIVERS The rating is based on CBA's Long-Term Issuer-Default Rating (IDR) of 'AA-', a discontinuity cap (D-Cap) of 4 notches and the asset perc

Jul 27 2016

Australia shares end up as CBA result boosts banks, NZ slips

SYDNEY, May 9 Australian shares clawed back early losses and ended higher on Monday as upbeat quarterly results from Commonwealth Bank of Australia boosted financial stocks, while New Zealand stocks edged lower.

May 09 2016

UPDATE 2-Australia's CBA Q1 cash profit up 4.5 pct, bad loans rise

* Shares up 0.56 pct in weak broader market (Adds year-ago comparison, analyst comment, shares)

May 08 2016

Australia's CBA Q1 cash profit at A$2.3 bln, bad loans rise

SYDNEY, May 9 Commonwealth Bank of Australia, the country's No. 2 lender, posted third-quarter cash profit of A$2.3 billion ($1.70 billion), on track for an annual record, but charges jumped because of soured loans tied to a mining downturn.

May 08 2016

CBA issues price guidance of BBSW+520bp-535bp for new PERLS Tier 1 notes- IFR

SYDNEY, Feb 16 (IFR) - Commonwealth Bank of Australia has released price guidance for its A$1.25 billion ($888 million) offering of PERLS VIII Capital Notes at 520-535 basis points over the 90-day BBSW bank bill swap rate.

Feb 15 2016

UPDATE 1-Australia's Commonwealth Bank shuts project advisory team

* Members being allocated to broader specialised finance team

Feb 10 2016

Australia's Commonwealth Bank shuts project advisory team

SYDNEY, Feb 11 Commonwealth Bank of Australia has shut its Sydney-based project advisory team because of declining demand for its services, the bank told Reuters on Thursday.

Feb 10 2016

UPDATE 2-CBA bad debts jump as mining slump hits Australian banks

* CBA shares down over 14 pct YTD vs 10 pct fall in S&P/ASX200 (Rewrites throughout, adds CEO comment, fund manager comment, shares)

Feb 09 2016

Fitch Rates CBA's Series 50 & 51 Covered Bonds 'AAA'; Outlook Stable

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) SYDNEY, February 09 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings has assigned Commonwealth Bank of Australia's (CBA, AA-/Stable/F1+) Series 50 EUR750m and Series 51 EUR500m mortgage covered bonds a rating of 'AAA'. The Outlook is Stable. This brings the total outstanding issuance to AUD24.3bn. Both fixed-rate bonds are due in February 2021 and February 2031 respectively, and benefit from a 12-month extendable maturity. KEY RATING DRIVERS The rating is ba

Feb 09 2016

Australia's CBA H1 cash profit up 4 pct, dividends flat

SYDNEY, Feb 10 Commonwealth Bank of Australia , the country's top mortgage lender, on Wednesday posted a 4 percent gain in first-half cash profit, in line with expectations, while revenues slipped and loan impairment expenses increased.

Feb 09 2016

Earnings vs. Estimates