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Societe Generale Group (GLE.PA)


Paris - Paris Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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44.83-1.01 (-2.19%)
At close: 5:35PM CET
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Previous close45.84
Open45.34
Bid34.40 x 3900
Ask0.00 x 37000
Day's range44.62 - 45.34
52-week range25.00 - 49.38
Volume3,258,841
Avg. volume4,152,453
Market cap35.84B
Beta1.26
PE ratio (TTM)9.71
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yield2.24 (4.66%)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
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  • Reutersyesterday

    LME's pitch for share of gold market faces bumpy ride

    Fears of inflexibility and rising costs are sapping enthusiasm for the London Metal Exchange's new suite of gold contracts, potentially leaving the exchange reliant on the threat of an increasing regulatory burden to drive uptake. London's $5 trillion-a-year gold trade has, along with the rest of the City of London, found itself under increased scrutiny since the Libor scandal, with U.S. lawsuits alleging rigging against the banks that set bullion prices. Regulatory pressure sparked the fall of the near century-old telephone-based gold fix, or benchmark pricing, which was replaced by an electronic alternative in 2015, and reform of the management structure of the London Bullion Market Association.