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National Australia Bank Ltd (NAB.AX)

NAB.AX on Australia Stock Exchange

25.17AUD
23 Oct 2018
Change (% chg)

$-0.31 (-1.22%)
Prev Close
$25.48
Open
$25.45
Day's High
$25.45
Day's Low
$25.11
Volume
5,813,556
Avg. Vol
5,078,512
52-wk High
$32.98
52-wk Low
$25.11

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About

National Australia Bank Limited is a business bank engaged in providing personal banking and business banking services. The Company's segments include Business & Private Banking, Corporate & Institutional Banking (CIB), Consumer Banking & Wealth Management, Customer Products & Services and NZ Banking. The Company’s Business &... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.21
Market Cap(Mil.): $73,465.49
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 2,734.11
Dividend: 0.99
Yield (%): 7.37

Financials

  NAB.AX Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 12.30 17.30 17.86
EPS (TTM): 2.19 -- --
ROI: -- 0.01 0.42
ROE: 11.81 17.08 16.41

UPDATE 2-Australia's NAB cuts 300 staff over wrongdoing

* Internal probe uncovers conduct breaches, 300 staff gone - CEO

Oct 18 2018

UPDATE 2-NAB joins other Australian banks in refunding wronged customers

* Follows rivals booking similar charges as inquiry roils sector

Oct 15 2018

National Australia Bank to incur $224 mln in customer remediation charges

Oct 16 National Australia Bank said on Tuesday it would incur after-tax costs of A$314 million ($223.91 million) in connection with its customer remediation programme.

Oct 15 2018

RPT-Bear or bull? Five reasons to claw or thunder

(Repeats with no changes) By Lewis Krauskopf and Caroline Valetkevitch NEW YORK, Oct 15 A sharp pullback in stocks last week, including the S&P 500's biggest single-day drop since a market correction in February, has left investors questioning whether this could signal danger for the longest-ever bull run for U.S. equities. The following are five arguments on either side of the debate: REASONS TO BE BULLISH PROFITS, PROFITS, PROFITS: Strong growth in

Oct 15 2018

Bear or bull? Five reasons to claw or thunder

By Lewis Krauskopf and Caroline Valetkevitch NEW YORK, Oct 15 A sharp pullback in stocks last week, including the S&P 500's biggest single-day drop since a market correction in February, has left investors questioning whether this could signal danger for the longest-ever bull run for U.S. equities. The following are five arguments on either side of the debate: REASONS TO BE BULLISH PROFITS, PROFITS, PROFITS: Strong growth in U.S. corporate profits unde

Oct 15 2018

Global stocks rebound but S&P 500 posts biggest weekly loss since March

NEW YORK Stock markets worldwide rebounded on Friday after a multi-day sell-off but still registered their biggest weekly losses in months, while U.S. Treasury yields rose and the dollar held its gains. | Video

Oct 12 2018

GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rebound but remain on track for weekly loss

NEW YORK, Oct 12 Stock markets worldwide bounced back on Friday after a multi-day sell-off but remained on track for their biggest weekly losses in months, while U.S. Treasury yields inched higher and the dollar held its gains.

Oct 12 2018

US STOCKS-Wall St rebounds with technology stocks back in favor

* The three indexes had lost about 5 pct in past two days (Adds comments, updates to late afternoon)

Oct 12 2018

Australian law firm sues NAB over worthless insurance claim

SYDNEY, Sept 27 An Australian law firm filed a class-action lawsuit against National Australia Bank and its pension unit on Thursday on behalf of customers who were allegedly sold worthless insurance policies for their credit cards.

Sep 27 2018

UPDATE 1-National Australia Bank slashes exec pay amid misconduct scandal

Sept 19 National Australia Bank said on Wednesday it had slashed remuneration for its executive team after a public inquiry uncovered evidence of misconduct at the bank and across the financial sector.

Sep 18 2018

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