0RDX.IL - AMUNDI SA AMUNDI ORD SHS

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61.72
+0.25 (+0.41%)
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Previous close61.47
Open61.75
Bid60.20 x 0
Ask63.25 x 0
Day's range61.75 - 62.05
52-week range44.81 - 66.37
Volume237
Avg. volume39,655
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  • Amundi eyeing DWS deal but only if it can take control - source
    Reuters2 months ago

    Amundi eyeing DWS deal but only if it can take control - source

    France's largest asset manager Amundi is exploring a deal to merge its operations with Deutsche Bank's listed asset manager DWS but only if it can take control, a source familiar with Amundi's strategy said. The idea of merging DWS with a peer emerged in recent months as Deutsche Bank discussed a possible merger with smaller rival Commerzbank, although those talks have since ended in failure. "Amundi would not necessarily buy all [of DWS] and would be ready to leave a stake of DWS listed on the stock market, but there is no point in being a minority partner," the source said.

  • Deutsche Bank Should Turn DWS to Hunter From Prey
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Deutsche Bank Should Turn DWS to Hunter From Prey

    DWS said on Friday that it grew its assets under management by 6 percent to 704 billion euros ($784 billion) in the first three months of the year. The 2.5 billion euros of net inflows handily outstripped the consensus among analysts for 200 million euros of new client money.

  • Allianz, Amundi considering tie-ups with Deutsche Bank's DWS - sources
    Reuters3 months ago

    Allianz, Amundi considering tie-ups with Deutsche Bank's DWS - sources

    Allianz and Amundi are considering rival deals to tie up their asset management units with Deutsche Bank's DWS, sources close to the matter said on Wednesday. Any deal to merge DWS with a peer and give it additional scale could also be presented as a strategic revamp of the troubled bank, in case Commerzbank talks fail.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Allianz, Amundi considering tie-ups with Deutsche Bank's DWS -sources

    Allianz and Amundi are considering rival deals to tie up their asset management units with Deutsche Bank's DWS, sources close to the matter said on Wednesday. Their interest comes as Germany's biggest ...

  • Deutsche Bank and GAM Cause a Ripple of Excitement
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Deutsche Bank and GAM Cause a Ripple of Excitement

    DWS Group GmbH, which is 78 percent-owned by Deutsche Bank AG, is scheduled to report on Friday how its funds fared in the first three months of 2019, after suffering outflows in every quarter of last year. Meantime, the troubled Swiss fund manager GAM Holding AG has asked potential buyers to put forward proposals by early May, Bloomberg News reported last week. The question facing any potential buyer of the firm and its 137 billion Swiss francs ($137 billion) of assets – which include Switzerland’s Union Bancaire Privee and the French bank Natixis SA, according to Bloomberg News – is whether GAM’s reputation is tarnished beyond repair, or whether a new owner could convince clients to entrust the firm with more of their capital.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Allianz, Amundi consider options for deal with DWS - sources

    Allianz and Amundi are each considering their options in a potential deal with Deutsche Bank's asset management unit DWS, people close to the matter said on Wednesday. Germany's biggest insurer and the French asset manager mostly owned by Credit Agricole, are each working with advisors to examine a possible deal, the people said. Allianz has lined up Barclays to advise on a potential transaction, which could be structured as a merger between Allianz Global Investors and DWS, the people said.

  • Fund Management Wrestles With a $7.2 Billion Question
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Fund Management Wrestles With a $7.2 Billion Question

    DWS Group GmbH, the asset manager controlled by Deutsche Bank AG, has recouped almost all of last year’s losses, bringing its shares to within touching distance of the 32.50 euros ($37) for which they were first sold to the public a year ago. Last month, my colleagues at Bloomberg News reported that German insurer Allianz SE might consider including DWS in its fund management business, which includes bond market powerhouse Pacific Investment Management Co. Last week, they added UBS Group AG to the list of potential suitors, writing that the Swiss bank might combine DWS with its fund business and spin the two off as a separate entity.

  • Amundi sees 40 percent chance of 'prolonged extension' to Brexit
    Reuters5 months ago

    Amundi sees 40 percent chance of 'prolonged extension' to Brexit

    "Given the developments of the last few days, an extension is becoming more likely (several months extension with prolonged uncertainty, not the technical extension that would very probably come with a deal scenario)," Amundi said in an email received late on Tuesday. It had said at the time it saw a 30 percent chance the Brexit deadline would be extended by several months.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Amundi sees 40 pct chance of "prolonged extension" to Brexit

    "Given the developments of the last few days, an extension is becoming more likely (several months extension with prolonged uncertainty, not the technical extension that would very probably come with a deal scenario)," Amundi said in an email received late on Tuesday. It had said at the time it saw a 30 percent chance the Brexit deadline would be extended by several months.

  • Europe’s Biggest Fund Manager Does More With Less
    Bloomberg5 months ago

    Europe’s Biggest Fund Manager Does More With Less

    Net outflows of 6.5 billion euros ($7.4 billion) in the final three months of last year were dwarfed by almost 44 billion euros of market losses as stock markets sank around the world, leaving Amundi’s assets under management little-changed at the end of 2018 at 1.4 trillion euros. DWS Group GmbH, the German asset manager spun out of Deutsche Bank AG last year, saw 22 billion euros depart last year. At Standard Life Aberdeen Plc, 16.6 billion pounds ($21.4 billion) left the building in the first half alone.

  • Virtuous Investing Finally Starts to Pay Off
    Bloomberg6 months ago

    Virtuous Investing Finally Starts to Pay Off

    A study published this week by Amundi SA, Europe’s biggest money manager with 1.5 trillion euros ($1.7 trillion) of assets, suggests that ESG’s first movers have been subject to a disadvantage, but the tide is turning in favor of the virtuous. The Paris-based fund manager’s analysts took the stocks in various MSCI equity indexes and applied proprietary ESG scores to divide the constituents into quintiles. The research found that being at the head of the ESG crowd in recent years has indeed come at a cost — though that is changing.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    Europe's biggest fund Amundi sees 60 pct chance of Brexit deal before March

    Britain will likely avoid crashing out of the European Union without a withdrawal arrangement, Amundi Asset Management said on Tuesday, adding that it believed there was a 60 percent chance a Brexit deal would be ratified before March. "Given the uncertainties surrounding the Brexit outcome, sterling will likely continue to be under pressure, with some downside risks remaining," Amundi said in a statement.

  • $2.15 Trillion is Right to Snub Hedge Funds
    Bloomberg7 months ago

    $2.15 Trillion is Right to Snub Hedge Funds

    Amundi SA, Europe's biggest fund manager, teamed up with CREATE-Research to survey pension managers across the European Union. Just 5 percent of the retirement funds in the survey put the U.K. among markets that will deliver the best returns in the next three years, ranking alongside Latin America and beating only Canada.

  • A Fund Adds $57 Billion A Year. It’s Not Enough
    Bloomberg9 months ago

    A Fund Adds $57 Billion A Year. It’s Not Enough

    While asset growth decelerated in the third quarter to the slowest pace since its 2015 IPO, Amundi added a net 48.5 billion euros to its assets in the first nine months of this year, the Paris-based firm said on Friday. Its cost-to-income ratio dropped to 51.2 percent at the end of September from 53.1 percent at the end of last year. For comparison, Standard Life Aberdeen Plc’s ratio is 69 percent and its medium-term goal is 60 percent. Misery loves company, and Amundi is far from the worst performer in its peer group.

  • Reuters9 months ago

    Asset manager Amundi confirms targets as third-quarter profit rises

    PARIS (Reuters) - Amundi (AMUN.PA), Europe's biggest asset manager, confirmed its financial targets after third quarter profits were boosted by additional client money going into its main funds. Amundi, ...

  • Reuters11 months ago

    Amundi sees Wall Street's bull run continuing before slowdown in 2019-20

    Amundi, Europe's largest asset manager, is betting the U.S. stock market's rally will continue through the second half of this year, though a slowdown is coming and European markets may outperform in 2019 and 2020. Wall Street's blue chip S&P 500 index hit a record on Wednesday, having registered a record 9-1/2 year upward streak, raising concerns a brutal correction might be coming. Amundi, which manages 1.47 trillion euros (1.33 trillion pounds) in assets, is betting the extended bull market in the United States is likely to continue, as low market volatility and strong company performances keep attracting investors, Mortier said.

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