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Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBAUF)


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Volume13
Avg. Volume649
Market Cap111.66B
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)15.90
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
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  • Commonwealth Bank of Australia :CBAUF-US: Earnings Analysis: For the six months ended December 31, 2016 : February 17, 2017
    Capital Cube4 days ago

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia :CBAUF-US: Earnings Analysis: For the six months ended December 31, 2016 : February 17, 2017

    Categories: Yahoo Finance Get free summary analysis Commonwealth Bank of Australia reports financial results for the half-year ended December 31, 2016. We analyze the earnings along side the following peers of Commonwealth Bank of Australia – National Bank Holdings Corporation Class A, Northeast Bancorp and NBT Bancorp Inc. (NBHC-US, NBN-US and NBTB-US) that have also reported for this ... Read more (Read more...)

  • Moody's5 days ago

    Moody's assigns definitive ratings to Australian Consumer Loan ABS issued by FlexiGroup

    Flexi ABS Trust 2017-1- AUD 251.75 million of debt securities rated. Sydney, February 17, 2017-- Moody's Investors Service has assigned definitive ratings to notes issued by Perpetual Corporate Trust Limited ...

  • Barrons.com28 days ago

    [$$] Aussie Bank Stock Too Pricey as Profits Squeezed

    Rich valuations makes Commonwealth Bank of Australia more vulnerable than its rivals to a falling share price as a squeeze on profits threatens to bite lenders Down Under. Shares of Australia’s big four banks – Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA.AU), Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ.AU), National Australia Bank (NAB.AU) and Westpac (WBC.AU) – have on average rallied 15% since early November as President Trump’s infrastructure spending plans brightened the outlook for Australia’s commodities-driven economy. Fitch sounded a cautionary note with its recent downgrade of its outlook for Australian banks to negative.