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FirstRand Ltd (FSRJ.J)

FSRJ.J on Johannesburg Stock Exchange

18 Apr 2019
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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)


Beta: 0.61
Market Cap(Mil.): R382,263.59
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 5,654.49
Dividend: 139.00
Yield (%): 4.21


  FSRJ.J Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 12.81 19.87 20.00
EPS (TTM): 5.26 -- --
ROI: -- 0.01 0.35
ROE: 24.84 16.70 16.08

UPDATE 2-S.Africa's FirstRand CEO says likely to shrink branches

* Profits increase 6 pct in H1, shares up 1.34 percent (Recasts, adds detail from CEO interview, shares)

Mar 12 2019

Britain's Aldermore says costs of managing risk rise on Brexit concerns

LONDON, March 12 British bank Aldermore on Tuesday said the costs of managing its risk exposure rose in the first half of its financial year due to concerns over Britain's imminent exit from the European Union.

Mar 12 2019

South Africa's FirstRand reports higher HY earnings

JOHANNESBURG, March 12 South Africa's FirstRand said on Tuesday its profit in the six months to Dec. 31 rose by 6 percent.

Mar 12 2019

S.Africa's FirstRand sees earnings increase from Discovery Card sale

JOHANNESBURG, Feb 22 FirstRand, one of South Africa's largest lenders, said on Friday it expects basic earnings per share for the first half of its financial year to increase between 22 percent and 24 percent.

Feb 22 2019

S.Africa's Discovery to issue 11.4 mln shares to buy out FirstRand JV stake

JOHANNESBURG, Nov 9 South Africa's Discovery Ltd said on Friday it will issue 11.4 million shares to fund the acquisition of FirstRand's stake in their credit card joint venture, a condition for the launch of its planned Discovery Bank.

Nov 09 2018

Earnings vs. Estimates