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Nordea Bank AB (publ) (NDA-SEK.ST)

Stockholm - Stockholm Delayed Price. Currency in SEK
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102.30+0.80 (+0.79%)
As of 4:44PM CET. Market open.
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Previous Close101.50
Bid102.30 x
Ask102.40 x
Day's Range101.90 - 102.80
52 Week Range66.30 - 104.40
Avg. Volume6,778,811
Market Cap412.95B
PE Ratio (TTM)112.05
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.72 (6.53%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters7 days ago

    Scandinavia raises pressure on Europe to tackle funds' alleged "index hugging"

    LONDON/STOCKHOLM/OSLO, Jan 12 (Reuters) - Scandinavia is raising the pressure on financial regulators across Europe to get tough on allegations of "index hugging" - where active investment funds may be misleading clients by covertly tracking a stock index. Sweden's financial regulator has named 25 active funds run by some of the region's biggest providers which appeared largely to mirror benchmark indices, while in Norway a consumer watchdog is seeking compensation for investors from the asset management arm of DNB - a lawsuit the bank is contesting.

  • Bloomberg17 days ago

    Nordea Plays Down Regulator Anxiety Across Nordics After Mergers

    Nordea Bank AB is trying to allay concerns among regulators that measures designed to turn its subsidiaries into branches risk undermining financial stability across the Nordic region.

  • Reuterslast month

    Job cuts announced by European banks tumble in 2016

    Job cuts announced by European banks have tumbled in 2016, as they work through a backlog of layoffs unveiled in previous years and struggle to find new areas where they can trim staff without threatening profitable operations. Some industry watchers say lenders might even recruit a little next year overall, provided the market rally following Donald Trump's U.S. presidential election victory continues, although banks themselves are looking to joint ventures with rivals to cut costs further - signalling more layoffs. On Tuesday, UniCredit said it plans to cut 14,000 jobs by 2019, bringing the total number of layoffs announced by 17 major banks in Europe this year to just under 50,000, according to analysis by Reuters.