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UniCredit SpA (CRIN.HM)

Hamburg - Hamburg Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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37.85+0.10 (+0.26%)
At close: 03:28PM CEST
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Previous close37.75
Open37.78
Bid37.62 x 0
Ask37.73 x 0
Day's range37.78 - 37.85
52-week range20.66 - 37.85
Volume132
Avg. volume313
Market capN/A
Beta (5Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
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Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Reuters

    ECB has gone too far in pushing UniCredit to quit Russia, Italy minister says

    The European Central Bank has overreached in pushing Italian bank UniCredit to get out of Russia, Italy's Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani said on Friday. Euro-zone banks still involved with Russia more than two years after Moscow invaded Ukraine have come under growing pressure in recent weeks from the bloc's supervisors, as well as U.S. authorities, over their ties to the country. The ECB has asked lenders under its watch to provide a "clear road map" to exit the Russian market.

  • Reuters

    Italy's government not involved in UniCredit's ECB lawsuit, source says

    Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni's government is not involved in any way in a legal challenge by UniCredit of the terms set by the European Central Bank (ECB) for it to cut its presence in Russia, a senior government source said. Euro zone banks still having business in Russia more than two years after Moscow invaded Ukraine have come under growing pressure in recent weeks from the bloc's supervisors, as well as U.S. authorities, over their ties to the country. The euro zone banking sector's Chief Supervisor Claudia Buch said in May the ECB had told banks with significant exposure to Russia to speed up their de-risking efforts by setting a clear roadmap for downsizing and exiting the Russian market.

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    Azimut net inflows 1 billion euros in June helped by UniCredit sales

    The 29.6% yearly increase in net new money at Azimut compares with a 32.3% rise at rival Banca Generali, which earlier on Monday reported net inflows in June of 697 million euros. Chief Executive Gabriele Blei said Azimut had posted its best ever first half, thanks to its biggest divestment to date from foreign investments. "Furthermore, we began recording inflows from the partnership with UniCredit," he added in a statement.