|Bid||17.970 x 6800|
|Ask||17.980 x 56400|
|Day's range||17.960 - 18.000|
|52-week range||13.160 - 19.010|
|PE ratio (TTM)||12.12|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.57 (3.19%)|
|1y target est||21.60|
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - ING Groep NV(INGA.AS), the largest Dutch financial services firm, on Thursday reported a better-than-expected net profit for the third quarter of 1.38 billion euros (1.21 billion ...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel launched her re-election campaign with a scathing attack on German auto bosses on Saturday yet the electorate is unlikely to have been inspired by the criticism, according to ING Germany's chief economist.
SoftBank Group Corp. invested $250 million in Kabbage, the online small-business lending platform that is disrupting the fintech marketplace.
Dutch bank ING Groep said it plans to cut dozens of jobs at its dealing room in Amsterdam, including corporate bond and commodities traders, and will move 22 positions to London. ING said on Wednesday ...
The vast majority of bank customers in Europe would not let a computer programme make and act upon financial decisions on their behalf, a survey showed on Wednesday, in a sign of caution over the rising so-called robo-advice industry. Robots ranked below financial advisers, friends or even using the internet as a means of making investment decisions, according to the fifth annual International Survey Mobile Banking conducted by Dutch bank ING Groep (Amsterdam: INGA.AS - news) . The fact that people are reluctant to cede control over a decision - even when the outcome from outsourcing the choice could be more beneficial - explains why so few would hand money choices to a robo-adviser, ING said in its report.
European shares hit a two-week low on Wednesday, extending losses from the previous session, weighed down by weaker banks and a plunge in security services firm Gemalto following a profit warning. The ...
Extended monetary stimulus and the resultant low interest rate environment have made consolidation and partnerships essential.
Joel Waldfogel, U.S. economist has not wavered in his belief that the "orgy of wealth destruction" that takes place each Christmas needs to change.