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FirstRand Ltd (FSRJ.J)

FSRJ.J on Johannesburg Stock Exchange

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Change (% chg)

-65.00 (-1.26%)
Prev Close
5,153.00
Open
5,100.00
Day's High
5,151.00
Day's Low
5,061.00
Volume
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52-wk High
5,446.00
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FSRJ.J

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About

FirstRand Limited provides banking, insurance and investment products and services to retail, commercial, corporate and public sector customers in South Africa and various African countries. The Company consists of a portfolio of financial services franchises, including First National Bank (FNB), a retail and commercial bank;... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.64
Market Cap(Mil.): R292,926.91
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 5,654.49
Dividend: 118.00
Yield (%): 4.39

Financials

  FSRJ.J Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 12.81 16.44 17.21
EPS (TTM): 4.02 -- --
ROI: -- 0.00 0.40
ROE: 23.69 15.96 15.32

South Africa's FirstRand closed Gupta accounts on money-laundering fears

JOHANNESBURG South African lender FirstRand said on Monday suspicions of money-laundering lay behind its decision to cut ties with a business family linked to allegations of influence-peddling in President Jacob Zuma's government.

Dec 05 2016

South Africa's big four banks to see rise in problem loans - Moody's

JOHANNESBURG, Nov 8 South Africa's big four banks will see a rise in problem loans in the next 12 to 18 months as the economy struggles to grow, but this poses only a moderate risk to profits, ratings agency Moody's said on Tuesday.

Nov 08 2016

BRIEF-Firstrand FY HEPS up 5 pct to 399.2 cents

* Impact of brexit to global financial markets, coupled with heightened risk aversion it has brought about, has resulted in ever tighter financial conditions globally

Sep 08 2016

South Africa's FirstRand reports 5 pct rise in FY profit

JOHANNESBURG, Sept 8 South African's biggest lender by market value FirstRand Ltd reported a 5 percent rise in full-year profit on Thursday, lifted by a 13 percent increase in net interest income.

Sep 08 2016

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