0RDM.IL - ABN AMRO GROUP NV ABN AMRO GROU

IOB - IOB Delayed price. Currency in EUR
15.78
+0.08 (+0.53%)
At close: 4:29PM GMT
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Previous close15.69
Open15.98
Bid15.14 x 0
Ask16.42 x 0
Day's range15.81 - 16.01
52-week range11.66 - 22.32
Volume60,912
Avg. volume635,502
Market capN/A
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Is ABN AMRO Bank N.V. (AMS:ABN) A Good Fit For Your Dividend Portfolio?
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    Is ABN AMRO Bank N.V. (AMS:ABN) A Good Fit For Your Dividend Portfolio?

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  • ABN Amro names PwC's former Dutch chairman as new CEO
    Reuters

    ABN Amro names PwC's former Dutch chairman as new CEO

    ABN Amro said on Thursday that Robert Swaak, a former chairman of accounting firm PwC in the Netherlands, is to succeed Kees van Dijkhuizen as the Dutch bank's chief executive. Swaak will take over from Van Dijkhuizen at the company's annual meeting April 22, pending regulatory and shareholder approval, the bank said in a statement. Van Dijkhuizen has been ABN's CEO since 2017, and was CFO when the bank returned to the stock market in 2015 after it was nationalised during the 2008 financial crisis.

  • Read This Before Selling ABN AMRO Bank N.V. (AMS:ABN) Shares
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    Read This Before Selling ABN AMRO Bank N.V. (AMS:ABN) Shares

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  • ABN Amro fined $2.2 million for not disclosing CEO's retirement plan in 2016
    Reuters

    ABN Amro fined $2.2 million for not disclosing CEO's retirement plan in 2016

    The Dutch financial regulator said on Thursday it had fined lender ABN Amro 2 million euros (£1.7 million) for failing to inform the market about the imminent departure of its chief executive officer in 2016. Dutch financial daily Het Financieele Dagblad in July 2016 reported that ABN had started to look for a successor for CEO Gerrit Zalm, who was expected to announce his retirement before the end of that year. Financial market regulator AFM said ABN's refusal to disclose its plans after the publication of the article was a "serious and grave" breach of transparency rules, aimed at making sure that all investors are informed about important news at the same time.

  • Reuters

    German authorities raid ABN Amro offices in Frankfurt - company

    Law enforcement officials in Germany raided the Frankfurt offices of ABN Amro on Tuesday, seeking information in connection with a broader investigation into dividend stripping, the bank said. A spokesman for ABN said it was cooperating with the authorities and that German officials had also contacted its head office in Amsterdam for information, but had not raided it. Dividend stripping, known as cum-ex, typically involves cross-border trading of company shares around a syndicate of banks, investors and hedge funds to create the impression of numerous owners, each of whom was entitled to a tax rebate.

  • ABN Amro promises not to charge negative interest on deposits up to 100,000 euros
    Reuters

    ABN Amro promises not to charge negative interest on deposits up to 100,000 euros

    Dutch bank ABN Amro said on Wednesday it would not charge negative interest on deposits up to 100,000 euros ($110,200), as it comes under political pressure to shield retail clients from the effects of ultra-low interest rates. European banks are grappling with the consequences of the European Central Bank's September decision to cut its key deposit rate further into negative territory, making it tougher for them to earn money from their traditional lending business. Dutch finance minister Wopke Hoekstra in September said he would talk to banks about the consequences of negative interest rates, but resisted calls by politicians for an outright ban of them on smaller deposits.

  • The ABN AMRO Bank (AMS:ABN) Share Price Is Down 25% So Some Shareholders Are Getting Worried
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    The ABN AMRO Bank (AMS:ABN) Share Price Is Down 25% So Some Shareholders Are Getting Worried

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  • ABN Amro hit by Dutch money laundering investigation
    Reuters

    ABN Amro hit by Dutch money laundering investigation

    ABN Amro is being investigated for money laundering in a new blow to shares in the Dutch bank, which prosecutors allege failed to report or probe suspicious transactions for years. The Netherlands has been the target of several inquiries into suspected money laundering and investigators last year estimated that around 13 billion euros ($14.2 billion) was laundered each year through the country between 2004 and 2014, a sum equivalent to roughly 2% of Dutch GDP. Dutch prosecutors said in March they were evaluating signs of Dutch bank involvement in a money laundering network which allegedly channelled billions of euros from Russia.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-A sense of deja vu in stock markets

    * European stocks recover losses after 3-day rout * FTSE lags on miners, financial services * Investors seek out bargains, but worry about trade spat * Bayer and Lanxess gain after divesting chemical park unit Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Josephine Mason. Reach her on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: rm://josephine.mason.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net A SENSE OF DEJA VU IN STOCK MARKETS (0949 GMT) European markets have lost close to 4.5% since Trump's latest tariff threat and there is a sense of deja vu in this. A quick look at how some sectors performed 6 days after Trump's threat in May versus 4 trading days after the August threat suggests there has been a sharper move this time but in both cases, the same names underperformed markets.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Miners: negative catalysts

    * European stocks recover losses after 3-day rout * FTSE lags on miners, financial services * Investors seek out bargains, but worry about trade spat * Bayer and Lanxess gain after divesting chemical park unit Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Josephine Mason. Reach her on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: rm://josephine.mason.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net MINERS: NEGATIVE CATALYSTS (0856 GMT) Miners are not having a great time of late as escalating trade tensions send shivers through the sector and the industry index is trading at fresh 2019 lows with disappointing results from Glencore being the latest drag to the index, which the only one that's missing out on today's rebound in Europe.

  • ABN Amro flags possible money laundering fines in latest blow to shares
    Reuters

    ABN Amro flags possible money laundering fines in latest blow to shares

    ABN Amro said it faces possible money laundering fines, which combined with a gloomy interest rate outlook overshadowed an unexpected quarterly profit rise, knocking the Dutch bank's shares on Wednesday. The Dutch central bank (DNB) has ordered ABN to review all retail clients in the Netherlands for possible money laundering or other criminal activities, and warned that these investigations could lead to fines for the bank. Banks have been forced to keep better track of client behaviour after Dutch bank ING was forced to pay a record $900 million fine in September for failing to spot criminal activities financed through its accounts.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Closing snapshot: Trump revs up Europe

    * European stocks close at day high; STOXX up 0.5% * Autos, DAX rally on report Trump plans to delay import tariffs * Germany returns to growth, Euro zone economy accelerates * China data paints grim picture ...

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    LIVE MARKETS-"Most obvious trades": Long real estate/Short autos?

    * European stocks in choppy waters; STOXX up 0.15% * Autos, DAX rally on report Trump plans to delay import tariffs * Germany returns to growth, Euro zone economy accelerates * China data paints grim picture ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-London's tarnished returns

    * European stocks give up early gains; STOXX -0.4% and DAX -0.5% * Trump called trade war "a little squabble" * Germany returns to growth, Euro zone economy accelerates * China data paints grim ...

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