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Amundi S.A. (AMUN.PA)

Paris - Paris Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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61.65+1.15 (+1.90%)
At close: 05:35PM CET
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Previous close60.50
Open61.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range61.00 - 61.85
52-week range48.22 - 65.10
Volume164,243
Avg. volume141,710
Market cap12.54B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.24
PE ratio (TTM)11.01
EPS (TTM)5.60
Earnings date26 Apr 2024
Forward dividend & yield4.10 (6.65%)
Ex-dividend date03 Jun 2024
1y target est72.20
  • Reuters

    UniCredit aims to clinch improved Amundi deal in 2024 in fee push -source

    UniCredit wants to agree in 2024 improved terms for selling Amundi's funds to its clients, if the French asset manager is to retain its main Italian distributor after their contract runs out in 2027, a person close to the matter said. Securing better terms would help UniCredit tackle the challenge banks face as interest rates peak: growing more stable fee income to offset the waning boost from higher rates. An early renegotiation to see the contract extended on terms which are more favourable for UniCredit would allow the bank to add to its fees already from next year, the person said.

  • Bloomberg

    Amundi Buys Swiss Firm in €350 Million Private Markets Push

    (Bloomberg) -- Amundi SA has acquired Swiss asset manager Alpha Associates AG in a €350 million ($377 million) deal as part of its strategy to expand in the rapidly growing private markets sector.Most Read from BloombergChina Replaces Top Markets Regulator as Xi Tries to End RoutHaley Loses Nevada Primary to ‘None of These Candidates’ OptionTrump Denied Immunity in DC Election Case by Appeals CourtXi to Discuss China Stocks With Regulators as Rescue Bets BuildWall Street Snubs China for India in

  • Reuters

    Amundi buys Alpha Associates in latest private markets tie-up

    PARIS (Reuters) -Amundi, Europe's biggest fund manager, said on Wednesday it will buy Zurich-based private markets specialist Alpha Associates, part of a growing trend of investors betting on fast-growing alternative assets. Amundi will pay a maximum of 350 million euros ($377 million) for Alpha, CEO Valerie Baudson said in a call with reporters, divided between a first payment of 160 million euros and a second of up to 190 million euros, depending on the targeted company's growth. Shares in Amundi, which is controlled by French bank Credit Agricole, fell as much as 5% in early trading as analysts noted weaker than expected inflows in some active areas and resulting pressure on management fee margins.