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UniCredit SpA (CRIN.HM)

Hamburg - Hamburg Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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36.15-0.24 (-0.66%)
At close: 08:09AM CEST
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Previous close36.39
Bid36.24 x 0
Ask36.34 x 0
Day's range36.15 - 36.15
52-week range17.99 - 36.44
Avg. volume181
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PE ratio (TTM)N/A
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Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Reuters

    UniCredit CEO says reducing Russia exposure as local profit jumps

    MILAN (Reuters) -UniCredit will accelerate the reduction of its local Russia exposure, the Italian bank's chief executive said, as profit at the Russian unit doubled in the first quarter. UniCredit Russia reported a first quarter net profit of 213 million euros ($229 million) on Tuesday, up from 99 million a year ago. After Austria's Raiffeisen Bank International, UniCredit is the European bank with the largest exposure to Russia, where it runs a commercial bank.

  • Bloomberg

    UniCredit Jumps Past €60 Billion Market Cap to Join Elite Club

    (Bloomberg) -- UniCredit SpA’s market capitalization rose above €60 billion ($64.6 billion) on Tuesday, making it one of four euro area banks to exceed that threshold.Most Read from BloombergIsrael Says a Cease-Fire Plan Backed by Hamas Falls ShortHigh-Tech Trading Firms Race to Grab Bond Market TurfRussians Are Coming to Terms With Putin’s War in UkraineJack Dorsey Leaves Bluesky Board, Calls X ‘Freedom Technology’The bank’s shares jumped as much as 3.5% to the highest level in almost 13 years

  • Reuters

    UniCredit raises investor reward goal after strong quarter

    MILAN (Reuters) -UniCredit raised its investor reward guidance for the year, and said it would pay out even more in the following two, after reporting much higher than expected quarterly net income on Tuesday. Shares in Italy's second biggest bank, which have risen fourfold since Chief Executive Andrea Orcel took over in April 2021, hit a new 13-year high, jumping 3.6% to 36 euros per share. "We continue to outperform expectations and peers," Orcel told analysts.