BNC.L - Banco Santander, S.A.

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
310.25
+15.55 (+5.28%)
At close: 4:35PM GMT
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Previous close294.70
Open296.22
Bid301.10 x 0
Ask301.30 x 0
Day's range291.85 - 310.25
52-week range291.85 - 405.00
Volume445,429
Avg. volume23,372,695
Market cap51.334B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.45
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.20 (6.77%)
Ex-dividend date30 Oct 2019
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Wise owl in a dove's skin?

    * European shares 0.4% lower, Milan outperforms * Travel stocks top sectoral decliners * STMicro and Novozymes at multi-yr highs after estimate-beating results * ECB keeps policy unchanged, eyes on strategic review Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Thyagaraju Adinarayan. "One reason might have been that she declined on a few occasions to distance herself from negative interest rates," ING Senior Rates Strategist Antoine Bouvet says. Lagarde said she was neither a policy hawk nor a dove, but rather an owl, who will use her wisdom.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Changes in ECB statement: "strategic review" the only change

    * European shares 0.4% lower, Milan outperforms * Travel stocks top sectoral decliners * STMicro and Novozymes at multi-yr highs after estimate-beating results * ECB keeps policy unchanged, eyes on strategic review Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Thyagaraju Adinarayan. Reach him on Messenger to share your thoughts on market moves: thyagaraju.adinarayan.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net CHANGES IN ECB STATEMENT: "STRATEGIC REVIEW" THE ONLY CHANGE (1307 GMT) No major reaction in FX, bonds or stocks after the ECB kept its monetary policy unchanged. Here's the ECB statement with changes underlined: (Thyagaraju Adinarayan and Ritvik Carvalho) ***** WILL CORONAVIRUS INFECT AIRLINES?

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Will Coronavirus infect airlines? Lessons from the past

    * ECB rate decision later today Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Thyagaraju Adinarayan. One way to assess possible risks of the new Coronavirus outbreak for the European airlines industry is to look at the damage from past global virus crisis (H1N1, SARS and Ebola). Credit Suisse has done so and although the severity of the latest outbreak is uncertain for now, global virus overall had "little historical impact" on the industry.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-The curious case of Spanish banks

    * ECB rate decision later today Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Thyagaraju Adinarayan. If you take a look at the Spanish index, you might be surprised that banks are doing well today after Bankinter, Spain's fourth biggest bank by market value, said its profit went down 13% in Q4.

  • Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland to charge up to 49.9% overdraft fees
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    Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland to charge up to 49.9% overdraft fees

    Lloyds Banking Group’s 49.9% overdraft interest rate is the highest announced to date, following a ban on excessive fees demanded last year by the City regulator.

  • Consider This Before Buying Banco Santander, S.A. (BME:SAN) For The 6.4% Dividend
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    Consider This Before Buying Banco Santander, S.A. (BME:SAN) For The 6.4% Dividend

    Could Banco Santander, S.A. (BME:SAN) be an attractive dividend share to own for the long haul? Investors are often...

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UK Treasury asks banks for ideas to boost 'left-behind' Northern towns

    Britain's finance ministry has canvassed banks for ideas to boost the country's "left-behind" northern towns and cities, weeks after the governing Conservatives won an election promising to boost the regions outside London. The call comes as figures show lending by banks to small and medium sized businesses has shrunk rapidly in the north of England. Treasury officials have requested policy ideas for fuelling growth in the north of England in meetings with banks and finance industry trade bodies including since the new year, banking industry sources told Reuters.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UK watchdog begins two-year crackdown on financial advisers

    Britain's markets watchdog told financial advisers on Tuesday they face a two-year crack down to stop unsuitable advice, investment scams and excessive fees. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said in a "Dear CEO" letter to heads of financial advice firms it regulates that the sector has a valuable role to play. "However, we are seeing an increasing number of cases where the actions of firms are resulting in significant harm to consumers’ financial well-being," said Debbie Gupta, the FCA's director of financial advice supervision, in the letter.

  • Billionaire Spanish banker fined €52m for Picasso smuggling plot
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    Billionaire Spanish banker fined €52m for Picasso smuggling plot

    Billionaire banker and art collector Jamie Botin has been found guilty of trying to smuggle a rare Picasso painting out of Spain.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    LIVE MARKETS-Sweet first session for European bourses

    Welcome to the home for real-time coverage of European equity markets brought to you by Reuters stocks reporters and anchored today by Thyagaraju Adinarayan. European bourses closed the day in positive territory as they got a boost from the news that China's central bank is cutting the amount of cash that all banks must hold as reserves, releasing around 800 billion yuan ($114.91 billion) in funds to revive the economy. The pan-European index was up 1% and the euro-zone blue chip index was up 1.37% at the end of the session, led by banks up 2%.

  • Tens of thousands of bank jobs axed in 2019 — and more pain to come
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    Tens of thousands of bank jobs axed in 2019 — and more pain to come

    Europe’s investment banks are getting to grips with stricter research rules, low or negative interest rates, and depressed market activity.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Small British banks want softer rules to help them compete

    Britain's mid-tier banks have asked the Bank of England to ease rules introduced after the financial crisis that they say hamper their efforts to compete with bigger rivals that have a tight grip on the market. Four banking industry sources said these so-called "challengers" have stepped up lobbying in meetings with the central bank and finance ministry officials in recent months to ease requirements for holding special debt aimed at shielding taxpayers from bailing out troubled banks. Smaller banks have long-argued that rules are stacked in favour of the "big six" lenders - RBS, Lloyds, Barclays, HSBC, Santander and Nationwide.

  • Santander UK latest bank to cut CEO pension perks
    Reuters

    Santander UK latest bank to cut CEO pension perks

    Santander's UK chief executive Nathan Bostock will have his pension allowance cut from next year, as the bank becomes the latest to bow to investor pressure to rein in executive pension perks. Bostock's pension allowance - which was worth 588,000 pounds ($754,404.00) last year - will be reduced from 35% of his base pay to 22% in 2020 and to 9% in 2021, a source familiar with the matter said. Santander's move comes as rivals including HSBC and RBS have already cut executive pension perks this year to meet corporate governance guidelines, while others including Barclays and Lloyds have plans to do so.

  • 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
    Reuters

    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.

  • Fintech and banking bosses debate the potential death of banks
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    Fintech and banking bosses debate the potential death of banks

    Many of the fintech firms that are disrupting the banking sector will not be around in 10 or 100 years, the CEO of challenger bank Starling said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    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
    Reuters

    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.

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