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Credit Agricole SA

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Latest Trade

12.84EUR

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52 Week Range

6.51

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13.49

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Pricing

Previous Close
12.84
Open
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Volume
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3M AVG Volume
110.73
Today's High
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52 Week High
13.49
52 Week Low
6.51
Shares Out (MIL)
3,076.27
Market Cap (MIL)
39,930.34
Forward P/E
8.41
Dividend (Yield %)
6.19

Next Event

Q3 2021 Credit Agricole SA Earnings Release

Latest Developments

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Credit Agricole Assurances Places EUR 1.00 Bln Issue Of Subordinated Notes

Credit Agricole Launches New Share Repurchase Program For Eur 500 Mln

Credit Agricole Confirms Discussion With Holmarcom Over Potential Moroccan Unit Sale

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About Credit Agricole SA

Credit Agricole SA is a France-based banking group that offers banking and insurance services through a network of regional, local banks and branches. The Bank's principal lines of business include: Asset gathering, French Retail banking LCL, International Retail banking, Specialised financial services, and Large customers. Asset gathering includes insurance, asset management activities of the Amundi Group, wealth management. French retail banking LCL is organized in four business lines: retail banking for individual customers, retail banking for small businesses, private banking, and corporate banking. International Retail banking include foreign subsidiaries located in Europe and around the Mediterranean. Specialised financial services provide financial products and services to individual customers, small businesses, corporates, and local authorities in France and abroad. Large customers business includes Corporate and Investment bank.

Industry

Regional Banks

Contact Info

12 place des Etats-Unis

92120

France

+33.1.43235202

https://www.credit-agricole.com/

Executive Leadership

Dominique Lefebvre

Chairman of the Board

Philippe Brassac

Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Xavier Musca

Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee, Member of the Management Committee

Valerie Baudson

Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Raphael Paul Raymond Appert

Deputy Chairman of the Board, Representative of SAS Rue La Boetie

Key Stats

2.00 mean rating - 23 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, EUR)

2018

19.7K

2019

20.3K

2020

20.8K

2021(E)

22.2K
EPS (EUR)

2018

1.390

2019

1.390

2020

1.200

2021(E)

1.536
Price To Earnings (TTM)
9.47
Price To Sales (TTM)
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Price To Book (MRQ)
0.60
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
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Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
324.34
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
292.69
Return on Investment (TTM)
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Return on Equity (TTM)
0.25

Latest News

Latest News

Morocco's Holmarcom in talks to take control of local subsidiary of France's Credit Agricole

Morocco's Holmarcom group said on Thursday it is negotiating the acquisition of all stakes owned by France's Credit Agricole SA in its Morocco branch Credit du Maroc.

Morocco's Holmarcom in talks to take control of local subsidiary of France's Credit Agricole - statement

Morocco's Holmarcom group said on Thursday it is negotiating the acquisition of all stakes owned by France's Credit Agricole SA in its Morocco branch Credit du Maroc.

MOVES-Debt capital markets banker leaves Credit Agricole in Middle East - sources

Credit Agricole's head of debt capital markets in the Middle East and North Africa, Abrar Hussain, has resigned after more than a decade working at the French bank, two sources said.

Credit Agricole offers to buy auto leasing company Olinn for 100 million euros - Les Echos

French bank Credit Agricole has offered 100 million euros ($117 million) to acquire auto leasing and computer equipment company Olinn, business daily Les Echos reported on Sunday.

Credit Agricole's profit doubles even as investment banking lags

Credit Agricole on Thursday reported a doubling in second-quarter profit, as an improving economy prompted it to set aside less money for bad loans, but the French bank's shares fell as its performance lagged rivals in corporate and investment banking.

France's Credit Agricole posts profit rebound as provisions drop

French lender Credit Agricole reported on Thursday a two-fold rise in second-quarter profit on lower pandemic-related charges against bad loans as banks benefited from an improving economic environment helped by state support for businesses.

France's Amundi reports $8.5 billion in net inflows in Q2

French asset manager Amundi reported on Friday 7.2 billion euros ($8.55 billion) in net inflows in the second quarter, saying investors' appetite for more risky assets such as equity had improved in the quarter.

Orsted launches sale of Hornsea Two wind park -sources

Orsted Orsted, the world's largest developer of offshore wind power farms, is launching the sale of Hornsea Two in a deal that is expected to value the British offshore wind park at roughly 3 billion euros ($3.54 billion), including debt, people close to the matter said.

France's Credit Agricole to launch a $680 million share buyback

French bank Credit Agricole said on Monday it would launch a 560 million euros ($680 million) share buyback programme by the end of the year to offset the impact of the scrip dividend payment option on earnings per share.

UPDATE 2-Credit Agricole's profit jumps 64%, says provisions manageable

* Shares up 1.3% in early trade (Adds analysts comment and Credit Agricole comment on integration of Creval)

Credit Agricole posts 64% jump in profit, confident on provisions

France's second-biggest listed bank Credit Agricole on Friday posted a 64% jump in net income in the first quarter as pandemic-related provisions for bad loans dropped while capital markets activities recorded a further quarterly rise.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-BAML, C.Agricole, C.Suisse fined over bond cartel

Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML), Credit Agricole and Credit Suisse were fined 28.5 million euros ($34.4 million) by EU antitrust regulators on Wednesday for taking part in a bond cartel.

Spain's Abanca pays about $150 mln to buy Basque lender Bankoa

Spain's Abanca said on Monday it had paid 122.4 million euros ($147.9 million) for Credit Agricole's 99.81% stake in Basque bank Bankoa.

Credit Agricole wins majority support for takeover of Italy's Creval

The Italian arm of France's Credit Agricole has won majority support for a takeover of Italy's Creval after agreeing to pay the maximum price it had proposed and winning over holdout investors.

UPDATE 1-Credit Agricole bid for Creval at 22.6% take-up with day to go

Creval investors have tendered only 22.6% of the Italian bank's shares targeted in a Credit Agricole Italia (CAI) buyout offer, leaving the outcome of the bid in doubt to its last day.

UPDATE 2-Creval investor DGFD urges Credit Agricole to raise bid

Creval's second-biggest investor DGFD on Monday urged Credit Agricole to raise its takeover offer for the Italian bank, increasing the number of shareholders asking for a better price.

UPDATE 1-Italy's Consob approves Credit Agricole's bid for Creval

Credit Agricole Italia said on Monday that Italian market regulator Consob has cleared the publication of the investor document detailing its offer to buy rival Creval, paving the way for the launch of the bid.

Italy's Consob approves Credit Agricole's offer for Creval

The all-cash offer for Creval by the Italian arm of Credit Agricole announced in November has received a green light from banking supervisors and also the Italian government, which has the right to block unwanted bids in strategic industries such as banking, telecoms and...

Credit Agricole to get Algebris' 5.4% Creval stake even if bid fails

Credit Agricole Italia has amended its agreement with Algebris and will buy the 5.38% stake in Creval held by the investment fund even if its takeover bid for the Italian bank falls through, the French group said late on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Italy picks Intesa, Credit Agricole as structuring advisors for green issue

Italy's Treasury has picked Intesa Sanpaolo and Credit Agricole as structuring advisors for a green bond issue, a Treasury official said on Monday.

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