VTBR.ME - VTB Bank (public joint-stock company)

MCX - MCX Real-time price. Currency in RUB
+0.0001 (+0.51%)
As of 06:49PM MSK. Market open.
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Previous close0.0187
Bid0.0188 x 80000000
Ask0.0186 x 2201000000
Day's range0.0186 - 0.0189
52-week range0.0186 - 0.0192
Avg. volume0
Market cap244.001B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.74
PE ratio (TTM)0.94
EPS (TTM)0.0200
Earnings date23 May 2023 - 24 May 2023
Forward dividend & yield0.00 (7.30%)
Ex-dividend date14 Jul 2021
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Russian cen bank considering sale of entire Otkritie Group to VTB - Vedomosti

    Russia's central bank said it may go one step further in its sale of Otkritie Bank by selling the bailed out lender's wider group, which includes pension fund and insurance assets, to VTB Bank, the Vedomosti daily reported. "We are now considering selling Otkritie Group to VTB," Vedomosti quoted Central Bank First Deputy Governor Vladimir Chistyukhin as saying in an interview published on Thursday. The group unites the bank, non-state pension fund (NPF) Otkritie, insurance asset Rosgosstrakh and a number of other companies, Chistyukhin said.

  • Reuters

    Russia's VTB has resources to buy Otkritie, says CEO

    The central bank took control of Otkritie, once Russia's largest private lender, five years ago in a clean-up of the banking sector. Central bank governor Elvira Nabiullina told reporters on Thursday she intended to sell the once distressed lender at a market price and was discussing terms.

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