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Westpac Banking Corporation (WBK)

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12.73-0.30 (-2.30%)
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Previous close13.03
Open12.84
Bid8.48 x 900
Ask0.00 x 2200
Day's range12.67 - 12.84
52-week range7.98 - 20.56
Volume218,856
Avg. volume390,418
Market cap46.412B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.84
PE ratio (TTM)7.48
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date08 Nov 2019
1y target estN/A
  • Westpac to move 1,000 overseas call centre jobs to Australia
    Reuters

    Westpac to move 1,000 overseas call centre jobs to Australia

    Westpac said the roles will be spread out over regional and metro areas and will be filled by new and existing employees. "We will also be returning all dedicated voice roles to Australia to enhance the capacity of our existing call centres," Chief Executive Officer Peter King said in a statement. "This will mean when a customer calls us, it will be answered by someone in Australia."

  • Australian regulator to not appeal court ruling in Westpac home lending case
    Reuters

    Australian regulator to not appeal court ruling in Westpac home lending case

    The Australian Securities and Investments Commission said in a statement it "is mindful of the impact of the additional time required to resolve this matter in the current challenging economic circumstances." The Federal Court in June sided with a lower court, finding that Westpac had done nothing wrong by using an automated system rather than manually checking each applicant's living expenses. It was one of numerous lawsuits by Australian regulators after a Royal Commission inquiry found evidence of widespread misconduct in the financial sector in 2018 and 2019.

  • Australian regulator will not appeal Westpac lending case
    Reuters

    Australian regulator will not appeal Westpac lending case

    "ASIC is mindful of the impact of the additional time required to resolve this matter in the current challenging economic circumstances," the Australian Securities and Investments Commission said in a statement. Last month, the court dismissed the lawsuit accusing Australia's second largest lender of having approved mortgages without adequate credit checks. It was one of numerous regulator lawsuits after a Royal Commission inquiry found evidence of widespread misconduct in the financial sector in 2018 and 2019.

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