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Credit Suisse Group AG (CS)

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3.5050-0.0550 (-1.54%)
As of 10:09AM EST. Market open.
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Previous close3.5600
Open3.5200
Bid3.4900 x 34100
Ask3.5000 x 28000
Day's range3.4900 - 3.5300
52-week range2.9800 - 10.0900
Volume4,139,050
Avg. volume20,064,549
Market cap13.885B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.23
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.6830
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.10 (2.82%)
Ex-dividend date09 May 2022
1y target est4.22
  • Reuters

    Barclays names former Credit Suisse dealmaker Deasy as investment banking co-head

    LONDON (Reuters) -Barclays has appointed former Credit Suisse dealmaker Cathal Deasy as co-head of investment banking, the lender said on Tuesday, as Chief Executive C.S. Venkatakrishnan seeks to grow the business and plan for succession. Deasy will work alongside Taylor Wright, the co-head of global capital markets, the British bank said. The changes were part of the bank "fostering the next generation of leadership and thinking," Venkatakrishnan, known internally as Venkat, said in a memo about the moves that was seen by Reuters.

  • Bloomberg

    Credit Suisse Backer Qatar Investment Authority Ups Its Stake

    (Bloomberg) -- The Qatar Investment Authority boosted its stake in Credit Suisse Group AG to 6.87% from about 5.6% previously, according to a filing from the sovereign wealth fund. Most Read from BloombergUS Confronts China Over Companies’ Ties to Russian War EffortCitadel’s $16 Billion Win Tops Paulson’s Greatest Trade EverNYSE Investigates Technical Issue That Caused Wild Market OpenBlizzard Manager Departs In Protest of Employee Ranking SystemChina Slams US on Debt Limit and Accuses Washingto

  • Reuters

    Qatar Investment Authority raises stake in Credit Suisse to just under 7%

    Qatar's sovereign wealth fund has increased its stake in Credit Suisse to just under 7%, becoming the Swiss bank's second-largest shareholder after Saudi National Bank, in a sign that its Gulf investor base is growing in importance. The Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) bought 139.03 million shares in the Swiss lender, Refinitiv data shows based on a filing on Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission which quoted its most recent ownership holding as of December 31, 2022. The new shares bring the QIA's ownership in Credit Suisse to 6.87%, amounting to 272.25 million shares, from 5.57% as reported in its last SEC filing in November.