KBC.BR - KBC Group NV

Brussels - Brussels Delayed price. Currency in EUR
68.66
+0.66 (+0.97%)
As of 11:44AM CET. Market open.
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Previous close68.00
Open67.99
Bid50.00 x 7500
Ask51.95 x 10000
Day's range67.84 - 68.91
52-week range55.31 - 72.97
Volume163,234
Avg. volume655,287
Market cap28.723B
Beta0.51
PE ratio (TTM)10.45
EPS (TTM)6.57
Earnings date22 Feb 2018
Forward dividend & yield3.02 (3.69%)
Ex-dividend date2017-05-09
1y target est73.27
  • GlobeNewswire8 days ago

    KBC Group: information regarding the traditional annual capital increase reserved for staff

    KBC GROUP - 16 November 2017 - information regarding the traditional annual capital increase reserved for staff    Following information regarding the traditional annual capital increase of KBC Group NV ...

  • GlobeNewswire8 days ago

    KBC Group: strong result of 691 million euros in the third quarter

    Press Release Outside trading hours - Regulated information* Brussels, 16 November (07.00 a.m. CET) KBC Group: strong result of 691 million euros in the third quarter Against the background of sustained ...

  • GlobeNewswire9 days ago

    KBC Group: Publication of transparency notification received by KBC Group NV

    Press release Outside trading hours - Regulated information* Brussels, 15 November 2017, 08 h Publication of transparency notification(s) received by KBC Group NV (art. 14, 1 st section of the Act of 2 ...

  • GlobeNewswire14 days ago

    KBC Group: Publication of transparency notification(s) received by KBC Group NV

    Press release Outside trading hours - Regulated information* Brussels, 10 November 2017, 08 h Publication of transparency notification(s) received by KBC Group NV (art. 14, 1 st section of the Act of 2 ...

  • Reuters15 days ago

    Bank of Ireland to compensate 6,000 more mortgage clients

    Bank of Ireland (BIRG.I) said on Thursday it will make a 150 million euros ($174 million) to 175 million euro provision this quarter to cover compensation for an additional 6,000 mortgage customers it overcharged. The industry-wide compensation scheme concerns customers who should have been given the option of a cheaper "tracker" mortgage that follows the low European Central Bank rate or kept on a better rate years ago. Ireland's Central Bank, which launched the probe into the overcharging in 2015, said in a statement that the customers were a group that it had identified as having been impacted but Bank of Ireland had previously disputed.

  • Reuters - UK Focus15 days ago

    Bank of Ireland to compensate 6,000 more mortgage clients

    Bank of Ireland (EUREX: 1269463.EX - news) said on Thursday it will make a 150 million euros ($174 million) to 175 million euro provision this quarter to cover compensation for an additional 6,000 mortgage customers it overcharged. The industry-wide compensation scheme concerns customers who should have been given the option of a cheaper "tracker" mortgage that follows the low European Central Bank rate or kept on a better rate years ago. Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) 's Central Bank, which launched the probe into the overcharging in 2015, said in a statement that the customers were a group that it had identified as having been impacted but Bank of Ireland had previously disputed.

  • GlobeNewswire18 days ago

    KBC Group: Publication of a transparency notification received by KBC Group NV

    Press release Outside trading hours - Regulated information* Brussels, 6 November 2017, 18 h Publication of a transparency notification received by KBC Group NV (art. 14, 1 st section of the Act of 2 May ...

  • Reuterslast month

    Ireland lays out potential penalties for bank overcharging

    Ireland's finance minister laid out a range of penalties the government could slap on the country's banks if they do not meet targets agreed on Wednesday to compensate thousands of mortgage customers who they overcharged. A Central Bank investigation that began in 2015 found that 20,000 borrowers were likely to have been affected and that they should have been given the option of a cheaper mortgage. The government had already threatened to penalise the banks last week.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Ireland lays out potential penalties for bank overcharging

    DUBLIN, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 25 (Reuters) - Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) 's finance minister laid out a range of penalties the government could slap on the country's banks if they do not meet targets agreed on Wednesday to compensate thousands of mortgage customers who they overcharged. A Central Bank investigation that began in 2015 found that 20,000 borrowers were likely to have been affected and that they should have been given the option of a cheaper mortgage.

  • Reuterslast month

    Ireland may consider range of penalties over mortgage overcharging

    DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland could increase a government levy on banks, amend its tax law, introduce stricter reporting or take shareholder activist actions if insufficient progress is made on a mortgage ...

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Ireland may consider range of penalties over mortgage overcharging

    Ireland could increase a government levy on banks, amend its tax law, introduce stricter reporting or take shareholder activist actions if insufficient progress is made on a mortgage overcharging scandal, ...

  • Reuterslast month

    Ireland threatens to penalise banks over mortgage overcharging

    Ireland will raise taxes on banks if they don't move faster to provide compensation for the "scandalous" overcharging of thousands of mortgage customers, Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Wednesday. Ireland's central bank has identified at least 13,000 customers who should have been given the option of a cheaper "tracker" mortgage or kept on a better rate years ago. It has ordered lenders to repay the difference and offer compensation.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Ireland threatens to penalise banks over mortgage overcharging

    DUBLIN, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 18 (Reuters) - Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) will raise taxes on banks if they don't move faster to provide compensation for the "scandalous" overcharging of thousands of mortgage customers, Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Wednesday. Ireland's central bank has identified at least 13,000 customers who should have been given the option of a cheaper "tracker" mortgage or kept on a better rate years ago.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    Irish lenders need to speed reduction in non-performing loans -C.Bank

    The pace at which Irish lenders are reducing non-performing loans is too slow and new strategies are needed to lower the stock from a still elevated 17.5 percent of all loan books, the governor of Ireland's ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    Irish mortgage market surges in January

    The value of mortgage approvals in Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) grew 60 percent year-on-year in January, data showed on Tuesday, as an easing of central bank lending rules and a new government subsidy for first-time home buyers accelerated a recovery. Irish mortgage lending collapsed in the wake of the 2007/09 global financial crisis following a banking and economic crash, and a rebound over the last three years has been held back by a severe shortage of housing and tighter lending rules. First (Other OTC: FSTC - news) -time buyers' share of the mortgage market had fallen sharply in recent years as younger workers struggled to save large deposits amid soaring rental costs resulting from years of under-supply since the property market collapsed a decade ago.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast year

    Irish central bank fears side effects of proposed mortgage role

    DUBLIN, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 8 (Reuters) - Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) 's central bank believes a proposed law to hand it powers to intervene in setting mortgage rates may have a range of damaging side effects but it would have a duty to use the powers if enacted, a senior official said on Thursday. The bill, tabled by Ireland's main opposition party to force banks to reduce their variable rates, passed the initial stage in parliament in May despite objections from a minority government that is not large enough to block legislation. The central bank had consistently said it should not be given such powers and joined the country's finance minister, European Commission and European Central Bank in criticising its likely effectiveness.

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