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Komercni Banka as (BKOM.PR)

BKOM.PR on Prague Stock Exchange

939.50CZK
16 Feb 2018
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Thu, Feb 8 2018

BRIEF-Komercni Banka sees lending growth in mid-single digits in 2018

* KOMERCNI BANKA CFO SAYS GUIDANCE FOR 2018 DIVIDEND IS FOR ONE YEAR, INTENDS TO PAY 65 PERCENT OF 2018 REPORTED ATTRIBUTABLE NET PROFIT

UPDATE 1-Komercni Banka proposes higher than expected dividend, Q4 beats estimate

PRAGUE, Feb 8 Czech lender Komercni Banka posted a 22 percent rise in fourth-quarter net profit, beating estimates, and proposed a higher-than-expected dividend from full-year earnings.

Komercni Banka proposes higher than expected dividend, Q4 beats estimate

PRAGUE, Feb 8 Czech lender Komercni Banka posted a 22 percent rise in fourth-quarter net profit, beating estimates, and proposed paying out a higher-than-expected dividend from full-year earnings.

UPDATE 1-Komercni Banka expects weaker lending in 2017 as competition builds

PRAGUE, Nov 3 Czech lender Komercni Banka cut its loan growth outlook on Friday as it faces a slowdown in business lending while market competition eats into margins.

BRIEF-Komercni Banka expects lower 2017 loan growth, confirms dividend outlook

* confirms intention to pay out 60 percent of recurring net profit in 2017 as dividend

Komercni Banka Q3 net profit falls about 11 pct; loan market competition up

PRAGUE, Nov 3 Czech lender Komercni Banka reported a lower-than-expected 10.6 percent drop in third-quarter net profit on Friday, helped by loan provisioning releases offsetting a competitive lending market that is cutting into margins.

BRIEF-Komercni banka takes EUR 100 million subordinated debt from parent

* Komercni banka says takes EUR 100 million subordinated debt from parent Societe Generale

Komercni Banka sees Czech corporate borrowing slowdown

PRAGUE Komercni Banka, the Czech division of Societe Generale, said its loan growth may not be as strong as expected this year as corporate borrowing has started to slow.

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