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Sberbank of Russia (SBER.ME)

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133.30+0.21 (+0.16%)
As of 06:49PM MSK. Market open.
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Previous close133.09
Open133.15
Bid134.18 x 390000
Ask132.00 x 163000
Day's range130.90 - 133.98
52-week range89.59 - 282.30
Volume27,635,050
Avg. volume0
Market cap3.003T
Beta (5Y monthly)0.78
PE ratio (TTM)2.34
EPS (TTM)56.88
Earnings date08 Dec 2022
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date11 May 2021
1y target est400.00
  • Reuters

    EU to add Sberbank, Russian metals baron to sanctions list

    The EU is set to add Russia's top lender Sberbank and the head of giant zinc and copper firm UMMC to its list of individuals and companies banned for supporting Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, according to draft documents seen by Reuters. The 48 individuals and nine entities to be added to the sanctions list, prepared by the EU foreign affairs service, also include a motorcycle club, actors, politicians and family members of previously sanctioned businesspeople. Adding Sberbank would freeze its assets in the West and completely prevent transactions with the exception of financial operations for the trade in food and fertiliser, an EU official told Reuters.

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    Russia's Sberbank executes first digital asset issue on its platform

    Russia's dominant lender Sberbank on Saturday said it had carried out the first digital financial asset transaction on its own platform, with its subsidiary SberFactoring executing a 1-billion rouble ($16 million) issue with three-month maturity. The Bank of Russia has long voiced scepticism over cryptocurrencies, but is more open to other digital assets and gave blockchain platform Atomyze Russia the first licence to exchange digital assets. No.2 lender VTB and fintech company Lighthouse carried out the country's first cash-backed digital financial asset transaction in late June.

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    Russia's Sberbank re-uses bank card chips to combat shortage

    Russia's top lender Sberbank on Thursday said it had started removing chips from un-activated bank cards to combat a shortage sparked by European suppliers halting deliveries, as sanctions rain down on Russia and its banking sector. Unprecedented Western sanctions over Moscow's actions in Ukraine and supply chain disruptions have severely impacted Russia's access to certain goods, with the import of advanced technology posing a particular challenge. The National Card Payment System (NSPK) in April said there were not enough chips to meet demand for issuing Russia's home-grown Mir banking cards as European chip suppliers refused to work with Russian banks.