BNC.L - Banco Santander, S.A.

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
298.97
-0.10 (-0.03%)
As of 9:10AM GMT. Market open.
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Previous close299.08
Open300.95
Bid298.90 x 0
Ask299.20 x 0
Day's range298.20 - 300.95
52-week range293.10 - 405.00
Volume47,586
Avg. volume22,165,496
Market cap50B
Beta (3Y monthly)1.44
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.20 (6.76%)
Ex-dividend date2019-10-30
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-UK regulators call time on lengthy glitches in banking services

    Regulators made proposals on Thursday to strengthen the ability of banks and payment firms in Britain to cope with major incidents and maintain key services with minimum interruption. The Bank of England and the Financial Conduct Authority have proposed that banks, insurers, investment firms, exchanges and financial market infrastructure (FMIs) firms like Visa that make payments possible, set "impact tolerances" for important services. Firms themselves would quantify the maximum level of disruption they would tolerate in terms of time, volume of business or number of customers affected.

  • HSBC and Santander to refund millions for overdraft text failures
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    HSBC and Santander to refund millions for overdraft text failures

    The two banks failed to send all customers text alerts letting them know they were about to enter unplanned overdrafts, which incur fees.

  • HSBC, Santander UK to refund customers for breaking watchdog order
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    HSBC, Santander UK to refund customers for breaking watchdog order

    HSBC was found to have broken a part of the Competition and Market Authority's (CMA) Retail Banking Market Investigation Order twice and is refunding 8 million pounds to 115,000 customers, the CMA said on Friday. Santander broke the order six times and has agreed to issue a refund, but has yet to confirm the number of customers affected and how much it will refund, the watchdog added.

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    Fintech and banking bosses debate the potential death of banks

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    UPDATE 2-StanChart bows to investor ire by cutting pension of CEO Winters

    Standard Chartered joined some of its British rivals in cutting its chief executive's pension allowance on Friday after protests from shareholders, putting pressure on other banks such as Lloyds to follow suit. Standard Chartered said its CEO Bill Winters and Chief Financial Officer Andy Halford had agreed to have their pension allowances cut to 10% from 20% of their salary from January, putting them in line with the rest of its workforce in Britain. The bank's definition of 'total salary' includes both base salary and a fixed pay allowance paid in shares.

  • TIM and Santander agree to consumer credit joint venture
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    TIM and Santander agree to consumer credit joint venture

    MILAN/MADRID (Reuters) - Italy's Telecom Italia (TIM) and Spanish lender Banco Santander have agreed to set up a joint venture to provide consumer-credit services in Italy, the companies said on Thursday, confirming earlier reporting by Reuters. The deal should help TIM to free up capital and reduce its credit risk, while establishing Santander as a leading provider of consumer finance in Italy.

  • Reuters

    Santander buys 1.3 billion euro Nordics car loan portfolio from Ford

    Santander Consumer Bank, a unit of Spain's Santander , agreed on Monday to buy a consumer auto-loan portfolio worth 1.3 billion euros (£1.1 billion) from Ford Motor Company in the Nordic countries, a Santander spokesman said. "Part of the transaction is a long-term agreement on retail and wholesale finance to Ford dealers under the Ford brand," the spokesperson said, without disclosing the amount of the deal. The transaction is expected to be closed in the first quarter of next year and is subject to regulatory approval, Santander said, confirming information first published by the newspaper Expansion.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Santander in 350 stg mln deal for stake in UK's Ebury

    Santander has taken a 350 million pound ($453 million) majority stake in UK-based Ebury as part of a digital strategy to boost growth through new ventures, the Spanish bank announced on Monday. Ebury is a trade and foreign exchange facilitator for small and medium-sized companies which operates in 19 countries and 140 currencies, Santander said in a statement. Santander said it is acquiring 50.1% of Ebury for 350 million pounds, of which 70 million will be new primary equity to support Ebury's plans to enter new markets in Latin America and Asia.

  • Santander in £350 million deal for stake in Ebury
    Reuters

    Santander in £350 million deal for stake in Ebury

    Santander has taken a £350 million majority stake in UK-based Ebury as part of a digital strategy to boost growth through new ventures, the Spanish bank announced on Monday. Ebury is a trade and foreign exchange facilitator for small and medium-sized companies which operates in 19 countries and 140 currencies, Santander said in a statement. Santander said it is acquiring 50.1% of Ebury for £350 million, of which £70 million will be new primary equity to support Ebury's plans to enter new markets in Latin America and Asia.

  • Santander in 350 million pound deal for stake in UK's Ebury
    Reuters

    Santander in 350 million pound deal for stake in UK's Ebury

    Santander has taken a 350 million pound ($453 million) majority stake in UK-based Ebury as part of a digital strategy to boost growth through new ventures, the Spanish bank announced on Monday. Ebury is a trade and foreign exchange facilitator for small and medium-sized companies which operates in 19 countries and 140 currencies, Santander said in a statement. Santander said it is acquiring 50.1% of Ebury for 350 million pounds, of which 70 million will be new primary equity to support Ebury's plans to enter new markets in Latin America and Asia.

  • Santander chairman buys 3.61 million euros of bank shares as price falls
    Reuters

    Santander chairman buys 3.61 million euros of bank shares as price falls

    The chairman of Spain's Banco Santander SA , Ana Botin, has bought one million shares in the bank, according to a regulatory filing published Thursday, a day after the group reported a sharp drop in third-quarter earnings. Taking into account a dividend payment of 0.10 euros per share, the decline over the past two sessions is 7%. One-off costs in Britain and continued pressure on financial margins in Spain offset a solid performance in Brazil, Santander's biggest market.

  • Santander keeps plans to bolster Argentina consumer finance division
    Reuters

    Santander keeps plans to bolster Argentina consumer finance division

    Banco Santander SA is keeping plans to boost its consumer finance unit in Argentina despite the victory in Sunday's presidential election of Alberto Fernandez, a Peronist, the bank`s regional head for South America told journalists on Wednesday. Investors are uncertain how Fernandez will handle the country`s economic challenges. Fernandez, who will succeed market-friendly President Mauricio Macri has not detailed yet the party's plans for Latin America’s No. 3 economy.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    EMERGING MARKETS-Chile peso at new low on slow mining data, unrest; other Latam FX drop too

    Chile's peso slid 1.5% to 737.53 to the dollar, an all-time low and stocks tumbled 3.1% to a eight-week trough. The country's manufacturing production dropped in September from a year ago amid a decrease in mining production, government data showed. Analysts worry about deteriorating economic activity in Chile - the world's biggest producer of copper as a recent political crisis has seen union workers at BHP's Escondida copper miner go on strike.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Banks battered on big earnings day

    * European shares flat before Fed meeting * Fiat Chrysler and PSA confirm tie-up talks, stocks rally * Bank earnings in focus: DB, CS, StanChart, Santander * Fed seen cutting rates, focus on policy outlook Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Julien Ponthus. Reach him on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: rm://julien.ponthus.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net BANKS BATTERED ON BIG EARNINGS DAY (1240 GMT) Is there any hope for banks? If you looked at their performance today when banks of the size of Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse and Santander have reported their latest updates, you'd probably say no. Europe's banking index is leading sectoral fallers, tumbling 1.7% and set for its worst day in four weeks.

  • UK worries offset Santander's solid Brazil performance
    Reuters

    UK worries offset Santander's solid Brazil performance

    Santander reported a 75% fall in third-quarter net profit after one-off costs in Britain, while ongoing pressure on financial margins in Spain offset a solid performance in Brazil, its biggest market. The euro zone's biggest lender by market value booked one-off charges of around 1.5 billion euros (£1.3 billion) as a result of a review of the goodwill ascribed to Santander UK, with uncertainty around Brexit. On top of the goodwill impairment, Santander also set aside 103 million euros for payment protection insurance compensation in Britain.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 2-European shares nudge higher as L'Oreal outweighs bank earnings upset

    European shares eked out gains on Wednesday, buoyed by upbeat results from L'Oreal which defied Chinese slowdown fears, although weak earnings from some of the bloc's biggest lenders such as Deutsche Bank and Santander kept a lid on gains. The pan-European STOXX 600 index was up 0.1%, with a 1.5% rise in the personal & household goods sector leading gains.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-On the radar: Corporate top news overload

    * Federal Reserve seen cutting rates, focus on policy outlook Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Julien Ponthus. What's clear however is that there is such a huge flow of corporate news that it will be difficult to be sure not to have missed anything before the open and the market, which tends to be quite unforgiving these days, gives its verdict.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 3-UK worries offset Santander's solid Brazil performance

    Santander reported a 75% fall in third-quarter net profit after one-off costs in Britain, while ongoing pressure on financial margins in Spain offset a solid performance in Brazil, its biggest market. The euro zone's biggest lender by market value booked one-off charges of around 1.5 billion euros ($1.67 billion) as a result of a review of the goodwill ascribed to Santander UK, with uncertainty around Brexit. On top of the goodwill impairment, Santander also set aside 103 million euros for payment protection insurance compensation in Britain.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Santander Q3 net profit falls 75% due to one-off charges in UK

    Santander posted on Wednesday a 75% decline in third-quarter net profit from a year earlier after being hit by one-off charges of more than 1.6 billion euros ($1.78 billion) on its British business. The impairments were mainly the result of a review of the goodwill ascribed to Santander UK, increased competition for mortgage lending and uncertainty around Brexit and provisions for a payment protection insurance (PPI). Santander reported net profit of 501 million euros in the period July to September.

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  • Santander to sell Puerto Rico unit to FirstBank in $1.1 billion deal
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    Santander to sell Puerto Rico unit to FirstBank in $1.1 billion deal

    The deal includes Santander's 27 bank branches on the island and total assets of $6.2 billion, the companies said. First BanCorp , the bank holding company of FirstBank Puerto Rico, said its 2020 consensus earnings of 81 cents per share are now expected to get a boost by 35%.

  • Berlin-based CrossLend raises €35m for digital debt marketplace
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    Berlin-based CrossLend raises €35m for digital debt marketplace

    The startup buys loans, splits them up, and sells the pieces on to investors in small chunks.

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