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Australia and New Zealand Banking GrpLtd

ANZ.NZ

Latest Trade

28.98NZD

Change

-0.01(-0.03%)

Volume

507

Today's Range

28.98

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28.98

52 Week Range

24.69

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31.82

As of on the Australian Stock Exchange Ltd ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
28.99
Open
28.98
Volume
507
3M AVG Volume
109.95
Today's High
28.98
Today's Low
28.98
52 Week High
31.82
52 Week Low
24.69
Shares Out (MIL)
2,819.16
Market Cap (MIL)
75,375.47
Forward P/E
12.35
Dividend (Yield %)
5.30

Next Event

Dividend For ANZPG.AX - 0.8316 AUD

Latest Developments

More

ANZ Says Paula Dwyer Ceased As A Non-Executive Director

ANZ Acknowledges ASIC Civil Penalty Proceeding Relating To ANZ's Breakfree Package And Offset Calculations

Australia's ASIC Sues ANZ For Misleading Customers And Failing To Provide Promised Benefits

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About Australia and New Zealand Banking GrpLtd

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited provides a range of banking and financial products and services. The Company's segments include Australia, New Zealand, Institutional, Pacific, and Technology, Services and Operations and Group Centre (TSO). The Australia segment and New Zealand segment both consist of the retail and commercial banking business units. The Institutional segment services governments, global institutional, and corporate customers across three product sets Transaction Banking, Corporate Finance and Markets. The TSO and Group Centre segment provides provide support to the operating divisions, including technology, group operations, shared services, property, risk management, financial management, strategy, marketing, human resources, and corporate affairs. The Company's operations span Australia, New Zealand, and several countries in the Asia Pacific region, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and the United States.

Industry

Regional Banks

Contact Info

ANZ Tower, 242 Pitt Street

SYDNEY, NSW

2000

Australia

+61.3.92735555

https://www.anz.com.au/personal/

Executive Leadership

Paul Dominic O'Sullivan

Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board

Shayne Cary Elliott

Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Farhan Faruqui

Chief Financial Officer

Antonia Watson

Chief Executive Officer, New Zealand

Kevin Corbally

Group Chief Risk Officer

Key Stats

2.27 mean rating - 15 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, AUD)

2019

18.8K

2020

17.6K

2021

17.4K

2022(E)

18.2K
EPS (AUD)

2019

2.181

2020

1.327

2021

2.060

2022(E)

2.162
Price To Earnings (TTM)
13.03
Price To Sales (TTM)
3.93
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.19
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
10.37
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
207.96
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
158.73
Return on Investment (TTM)
--
Return on Equity (TTM)
0.61

Latest News

Latest News

Australia job advertisements fall 5.5% in Dec - ANZ

Australian job advertisements slipped in December after two months of steep gains as some positions were filled, while a pick up in coronavirus cases may have had some impact on employers.

Australia job ads jump 7.4% in November -ANZ

Australian job advertisements surged in November as the lifting of coronavirus lockdown measures saw demand for labour spike in Sydney and Melbourne, auguring well for a rapid recovery in the economy.

Australia drops cartel charges against ANZ in major white collar lawsuit

Prosecutors dropped charges against Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd and one of its executives after accusing them of collusion in a share sale, the bank said, further pruning the list defendants in Australia's biggest white collar criminal lawsuit.

Australia's ANZ books hefty profit jump but says it lapsed in home lending

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group's annual profit jumped 65% as it released funds kept aside to cover potential bad loans, but it acknowledged it had not done enough to capitalise on a pandemic-induced boom in home lending.

New Zealand business confidence declines in October - ANZ survey

New Zealand business sentiment fell in October from the previous month, an ANZ Bank preliminary survey showed on Wednesday, as the country's largest city, Auckland, remains in a lockdown to contain an outbreak of the Delta variant of the coronavirus.

ANZ writes back loss provision in third quarter as economy rebounds

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd said on Wednesday it had released A$53 million ($38.5 million) set aside for potential loan losses into its third-quarter profit, encouraged by the country's post-pandemic economic rebound.

New Zealand business confidence eases in July - ANZ survey

New Zealand business sentiment eased in July but remained at robust levels, while inflation pressures continued to rise, an ANZ Bank survey showed on Thursday.

Taiwan lifts forex curbs early on ING, ANZ - sources

Taiwan's central bank has lifted foreign exchange trading curbs early on ING and Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (ANZ) after they were punished for their involvement in currency speculation, two sources told Reuters.

UPDATE 4-Australia's ANZ weighs returning excess capital as profit doubles from virus slump

* Australian banks recovering rapidly from COVID slump (Adds CEO's quote, cost reduction goal, share move)

UPDATE 2-ANZ writes down AmBank stake after 1MDB scandal settlement

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group said on Monday it will write down the value of its investment in AMMB Holdings Berhad (AmBank) after the Malaysian bank settled a claim linked to the massive financial scandal at state fund 1MDB.

UPDATE 2-Australia's ANZ flags record capital levels as profit rises on housing boom

* Higher loan sales in Australia, record volumes in New Zealand (Recasts to add detail on capital, dividend, analyst comment)

Australia's ANZ first-quarter profit rises

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd on Thursday reported a higher first-quarter profit, boosted by higher home lending and lower credit losses as the domestic economy recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.

NZ business confidence improves further in Feb - ANZ survey

New Zealand business sentiment improved further in February with investment and employment intentions going up, a preliminary ANZ Bank survey showed on Thursday.

Australia trial of Citi, others due in 2022, seven years after capital raising

Citigroup Inc and other finance companies and executives will likely face trial in Australia in 2022, people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday, seven years after a share sale they are accused of colluding on.

Citi, Deutsche Bank, ANZ committed for trial in Australian criminal cartel case

Citigroup Inc, Deutsche Bank AG, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd and six current and former staff were committed on Tuesday to stand trial in Australia after pleading not guilty to colluding during a share issue.

Australia's ANZ bank beats earnings expectations, cuts dividend

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd <ANZ.AX> on Thursday beat market expectations with a rebound in cash earnings in the second half, helped by lower provisions for bad debts due to the pandemic that offset declining interest margins.

New Zealand business mood brightens as COVID contained

New Zealand business sentiment brightened in October as success in containing the COVID-19 outbreak in the country allowed the economy to re-open and activity to pick up from very depressed levels, an ANZ Bank survey showed on Thursday.

ANZ reports 42% drop in annual profit, slashes dividend

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd reported a 42% drop in full-year cash profit and said it would pay a lower final dividend on Thursday, as loan losses escalated due to economic challenges triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Australia central bank holds rates, but easing expected soon

Australia's central bank held its cash rate at a record low on Tuesday but hinted at further monetary easing as it looks to create jobs in the coronavirus-ravaged economy, which is suffering its worst contraction since the Great Depression.

Australia fines ANZ $7.2 million over periodical payment fees between accounts

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd <ANZ.AX> said on Friday it was fined A$10 million ($7.2 million) by a federal court for wrongly charging customers fees for some transactions made between their accounts.

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