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ING Groep N.V. (ING.BA)

Buenos Aires - Buenos Aires Delayed price. Currency in ARS
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835.00+11.00 (+1.33%)
At close: 4:52PM ART
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Previous close824.00
Open837.50
Bid450.00 x N/A
Ask851.50 x N/A
Day's range835.00 - 845.00
52-week range89.85 - 845.00
Volume3
Avg. volume16
Market cap5.685T
Beta (5Y monthly)2.11
PE ratio (TTM)10.14
EPS (TTM)82.36
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield4.37 (0.52%)
Ex-dividend date23 Feb 2021
1y target estN/A
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  • Globe Newswire

    ING publishes first integrated climate report

    ING publishes first integrated climate report ING today published our first integrated climate report, which for the first time gives one overview of all of the elements of our climate action approach. The report outlines how our financing impacts climate change, including our progress on steering our portfolio towards global climate goals (our Terra approach). It also addresses how climate change impacts our business, as we work to assess climate risks and take action to mitigate them. “This re

  • Bloomberg

    Oil Extends Losses as Saudi Price Cuts Raise Competition Stakes

    (Bloomberg) -- Oil extended losses after Saudi Arabia cut crude prices for Asian buyers, raising the prospect of fierce competition among sellers as the resurgence of Covid-19 continues to cloud the demand outlook.Futures in New York fell 0.6% to below $69 a barrel. The kingdom cut the price of its flagship crude for October just days after OPEC+ agreed to continue boosting production. Traders were caught off guard by the Saudi move, attributing it to factors including increased competition and