AB2.F - ABN AMRO Bank N.V.

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
18.39
-0.00 (-0.03%)
As of 9:11AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close18.39
Open18.39
Bid18.57 x 40000
Ask18.75 x 40000
Day's Range18.39 - 18.39
52 Week Range15.70 - 24.05
Volume250
Avg. Volume646
Market Cap17.446B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.95
PE Ratio (TTM)8.18
EPS (TTM)2.25
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.20 (6.69%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-08-09
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    ABN Amro warns of slowing economy as quarterly profit slides

    ABN Amro's quarterly net profit plunged by a fifth and fell short of expectations and the Dutch bank also warned that slowing economic growth and low interest rates could hit future earnings. Chief Executive Kees van Dijkhuizen said the impact of those factors could become more apparent after interest income fell 6% in the first three months of the year. ABN said the decline in first quarter net profit to 478 million euros was mainly due to incidental gains on equity investments made in the previous year.

  • Danske Bank picks ex-ABN banker as CEO to rebuild trust
    Reuters

    Danske Bank picks ex-ABN banker as CEO to rebuild trust

    Danske Bank hired former ABN AMRO banker Chris Vogelzang as its new chief executive on Friday as it wrestles to limit the fallout from its involvement in one of the biggest money laundering scandals. Denmark's biggest lender is being investigated in Denmark, the United States, Britain and the Baltics after revealing that 200 billion euros ($224 billion) in suspicious transactions passed through its Estonian branch between 2007 and 2015. Among the challenges facing Vogelzang, who was on the management board of Dutch bank ABN AMRO until 2017, are rebuilding investor and customer trust and keeping Danske Bank focused during the myriad inquiries into its conduct.

  • Reuters

    Infosys to buy 75 percent stake in ABN AMRO's mortgage services arm for $143.5 million

    (Reuters) - Infosys Ltd, India's second-biggest IT services company, said on Thursday it would buy a 75 percent stake in ABN AMRO Group NV's mortgage administration services unit for 127.5 million euros ...

  • Reuters

    Dutch bank stocks, Austria's Raiffeisen fall on money laundering report

    Shares in two Dutch banks and Austria's Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) fell on Tuesday after media reports about a money laundering network alleged to have channelled billions of euros from Russia. The share price falls followed a report by a collective of European news outlets called the Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) which was based on what it said were leaked documents detailing transactions worth more than $470 billion (356.7 billion pounds) sent in 1.3 million transfers from 233,000 companies. Austrian anti-corruption prosecutors said they were examining money-laundering allegations after receiving a complaint against unknown parties, a spokeswoman said when asked about the media reports.

  • ABN Amro says money laundering report unrelated to current operations
    Reuters

    ABN Amro says money laundering report unrelated to current operations

    Dutch bank ABN Amro said on Tuesday that a report of alleged money laundering involving Russia's Troika Bank through European banks, including the top three Dutch lenders, had no connection to its current operations. "The subsidiary that came up in the investigation is no longer part of ABN Amro," spokesman Jeroen van Maarschalkerweerd said, adding that it was sold in 2007. ABN Amro's shares fell as much as 4.6 percent on Tuesday, after a Dutch magazine reported that it, ING and Rabobank had been among the banks through which money had been channelled.

  • Reuters

    Factbox: Dutch state builds 14 percent stake in Air France KLM

    The Dutch government in recent days has stealthily built up a 14 percent stake in Air France KLM, which it said was needed to protect Dutch interests from growing French dominance in the airline group. Here is a look at how and why the government acquired its stake, staying under the radar until unexpectedly revealing its operation at a press conference on Tuesday night. Air France took over KLM in 2003 when the Dutch airline was struggling.

  • Reuters

    Dutch state builds 14 percent stake in Air France KLM

    The Dutch government in recent days has stealthily built up a 14 percent stake in Air France KLM, which it said was needed to protect Dutch interests from growing French dominance in the airline group. Here is a look at how and why the government acquired its stake, staying under the radar until unexpectedly revealing its operation at a press conference on Tuesday night. Air France took over KLM in 2003 when the Dutch airline was struggling.

  • Reuters

    Bad loans and money laundering curbs take toll on ABN Amro

    Rising bad loans and a big investment in improving anti money-laundering controls pushed fourth quarter net profit from Dutch bank ABN Amro way below analysts' expectations, prompting a sell-off in its shares. Net profit plunged 42 percent to 316 million euros (278 million pounds) from 542 million euros a year earlier. "Net profit was impacted by elevated loan impairments in specific sectors," Chief Executive Kees van Dijkhuizen said.

  • CNBC

    European markets move higher amid US-China trade deal hopes; ABN Amro shares fall 7%

    European stocks were higher Wednesday morning, amid renewed optimism the world's two largest economies might be able to resolve their long-running trade dispute.

  • CNBC

    Swedish fintech start-up Tink raises $64 million at a $270 million valuation

    Sweden's Tink has picked up fresh capital in a venture round led by Insight Venture Partners, with backing from SEB, Nordea and ABN AMRO.

  • Trump will try to strike a deal with China as he looks for re-election, CEO says
    CNBC

    Trump will try to strike a deal with China as he looks for re-election, CEO says

    President Donald Trump is likely to strike a trade agreement with China this year given that he'll be looking for re-election in 2020, the chief executive officer of Dutch bank ABN Amro told CNBC Tuesday.