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Societe Generale Group (GLE.PA)

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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49.345-0.82 (-1.64%)
At close: 5:39PM CEST
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Previous Close50.170
Bid34.400 x 3900
Ask0.000 x 37000
Day's Range48.395 - 50.210
52 Week Range25.000 - 52.260
Avg. Volume4,315,349
Market Cap39.46B
PE Ratio (TTM)11.59
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters4 days ago

    UPDATE 1-New York firms offer 'Plan B' to staff ahead of summer transit woes

    Faced with this summer's partial shutdown of New York's Pennsylvania Station due to track repairs, some employers in the largest U.S. city are scrambling to come up with "Plan B" offerings to allow their suburb-dwelling staff to avoid the largely shuttered transit hub. Inquiries have spiked for temporary office spaces that do not require travel through the busiest train station in the U.S., where weeks-long outages in July and August are expected to trigger a travel nightmare for employees living in New Jersey and Long Island suburbs, according to businesses and real estate specialists. "People are trying to avoid the harrowing commute to get into that part of town," said Marcus Moufarrige, chief operating officer at Servcorp Ltd, a landlord for shared workspaces.

  • GlobeNewswire5 days ago


    Paris, 23 May 2017 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS DATED 23 MAY 2017 Annual General Meeting The ordinary General Meeting of shareholders of Societe Generale was held on 23 May 2017 at Paris ...

  • Reuters12 days ago

    BNP Paribas may move 300 London jobs due to Brexit -source

    BNP Paribas may move up to 300 London investment bank staff due to Britain’s European Union exit, depending on how clients adapt and on the French bank's efforts to win new British business, a source told Reuters. Britain's vote to leave the EU has forced global banks to examine where to move, given they expect to lose the necessary "passporting" licence to operate on both sides of the Channel. The largest global banks in London plan to shift thousands of jobs to the continent over the next two years, public statements and information from sources shows, as the exodus of finance jobs starts to take shape.