CBA.AX - Commonwealth Bank of Australia

ASX - ASX Delayed Price. Currency in AUD
75.45
+0.80 (+1.07%)
As of 2:00PM AEDT. Market open.
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Previous Close74.65
Open75.02
Bid75.42 x 9700
Ask75.45 x 2600
Day's Range74.41 - 75.45
52 Week Range73.20 - 87.74
Volume2,854,167
Avg. Volume2,491,034
Market Cap132.029B
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)13.58
EPS (TTM)5.55
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield3.56 (6.81%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-08-16
1y Target Est79.97
  • Reuters7 days ago

    Australia banks tighten mortgage checks amid government inquiry, face revenue strain

    Australia’s largest banks have stepped up screenings of mortgage loan applications amid a powerful government-backed inquiry into the nation's lenders and their sales practices, potentially hurting revenues from their most lucrative products. National Australia Bank communicated on Friday to mortgage brokers its stricter conditions to assess mortgage applications, according to emails seen by Reuters, becoming the latest of Australia's 'Big Four' banks to do so. Westpac Banking Corp, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, and Macquarie Group have also communicated to brokers in recent weeks changes in the way loans are assessed and approved, according to the emails reviewed by Reuters.

  • Financial Times8 days ago

    [$$] Australia unemployment ticks lower to 5.5% in January

    Australia’s headline unemployment rate edged lower in January as female participation in the country’s labour force hit a record high. The country’s unemployment rate for January was 5.5 per cent, down ...

  • Reuters16 days ago

    Australia gives regulator sweeping powers over bank bosses' pay

    Australia has given its financial regulator sweeping powers to cap bank bosses' pays, delay their bonuses and even ban them from the industry if found guilty of non-compliance, as it scrambles to restore trust in the scandal-hit sector. The move, plans for which were first announced in May 2017, underscores the immense pressure on the government to rein in a sector that in recent years has faced accusations of withholding legitimate health insurance payouts, giving misleading financial advice and rigging interest rates. The series of scandals has cost Australian banks, among the most profitable in the world, hundreds of millions of dollars in fines and triggered a royal commission - an inquiry with the power to recommend criminal charges that starts next week.

  • Reuters16 days ago

    Australia gives regulator sweeping powers over bank bosses' pay

    Australia has given its financial regulator sweeping powers to cap bank bosses' pays, delay their bonuses and even ban them from the industry if found guilty of non-compliance, as it scrambles to restore trust in the scandal-hit sector. The series of scandals has cost Australian banks, among the most profitable in the world, hundreds of millions of dollars in fines and triggered a royal commission - an inquiry with the power to recommend criminal charges that starts next week.

  • Commonwealth Bank Laundering Scandal Ends Run of Record Profits
    Bloomberg16 days ago

    Commonwealth Bank Laundering Scandal Ends Run of Record Profits

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s money-laundering scandal and a litany of regulatory woes have put an end to its run of record profits.

  • The Wall Street Journal24 days ago

    [$$] Australian Regulator Accuses Commonwealth Bank of Rate Manipulation

    The country’s financial watchdog has accused the large lender of “unconscionable conduct” and historical rate-rigging, initiating a civil suit similar to cases brought against three other big banks in ...

  • Commonwealth Bank Sued for Alleged Rate Rigging by Regulator
    Bloomberg24 days ago

    Commonwealth Bank Sued for Alleged Rate Rigging by Regulator

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia is being sued by the nation’s securities regulator for allegedly rigging the benchmark bank-bill swap rate, adding to legal problems for the nation’s largest lender.

  • A Fox for Commonwealth Bank's Henhouse
    Bloomberg25 days ago

    A Fox for Commonwealth Bank's Henhouse

    In appointing Matt Comyn, the Australian lender is betting it can grow past its scandals without deep-rooted change.

  • Australia’s Biggest Bank Names Matt Comyn as CEO, Replacing Ian Narev
    Bloomberg25 days ago

    Australia’s Biggest Bank Names Matt Comyn as CEO, Replacing Ian Narev

    Matt Comyn has just taken on one of the most difficult jobs in corporate Australia.

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  • Reuterslast month

    Australia's CBA weighs exiting Indonesian insurance unit valued at up to $250 mln-sources

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) will consider selling its majority stake in an Indonesian insurance venture, with any deal likely valuing the insurer at up to $250 million, people familiar with the matter said. Australia's biggest lender is in talks with some investment banks and is expected to hire a financial adviser soon to help it decide on its 80 percent stake in PT Commonwealth Life, the people said.

  • Is It Time To Sell Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX:CBA) Based Off Its PE Ratio?
    Simply Wall St.2 months ago

    Is It Time To Sell Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX:CBA) Based Off Its PE Ratio?

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX:CBA) is currently trading at a trailing P/E of 13.9x, which is higher than the industry average of 13.2x. While this makes CBA appear like aRead More...

  • Moody's2 months ago

    Anglian Water (Osprey) Financing plc -- Moody's changes outlook to negative on Osprey, affirms Ba3 rating

    Rating Action: Moody's changes outlook to negative on Osprey, affirms Ba3 rating. Global Credit Research- 19 Dec 2017. London, 19 December 2017-- Moody's Investors Service has today affirmed the Ba3 rating ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Australia adds to money laundering claims against Commonwealth Bank

    Australia's financial crimes watchdog has added more than 100 new claims against the Commonwealth Bank of Australia for failing to comply with anti-money laundering laws, including late reporting of attempts to wire money as recently as August by an individual convicted of terror-related offences. The claims add to those included in a civil case that the watchdog filed in August, in which the watchdog accused CBA of several breaches of law including failing to identify, monitor and report money transfers over A$10,000 (5,710 pounds), in contravention of the anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing Act. "These allegations are very serious and reflect systemic non-compliance over approximately six years", Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) Chief Executive Nicole Rose said in a statement.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Australia's Commonwealth Bank admits to some AUSTRAC allegations

    The late filings represented 2.3 percent of TTRs reported between 2012 and 2015 and were the result of a single systems-related error, CBA said in a statement. TTRs are reports of large money transfers that banks must submit to the agency.

  • CBA Admits Some Claims, Denies Others in Money Laundering Case
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    CBA Admits Some Claims, Denies Others in Money Laundering Case

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia admitted it was late in submitting suspicious-transaction reports but will contest many of the other charges made by Australia’s financial-crimes regulator, according to ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Factbox: Australia's great life insurance sell-off

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - Recent Australian life insurance sales (ranked by deal value) *CommInsure (2017) - Commonwealth Bank of Australia, the country's biggest lender, sells its life insurance unit to Hong ...

  • Commonwealth Bank of Australia breached its 50 day moving average in a Bullish Manner : CBA-AU : December 8, 2017
    Capital Cube3 months ago

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia breached its 50 day moving average in a Bullish Manner : CBA-AU : December 8, 2017

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  • Moody's3 months ago

    Macquarie Bank Limited - Covered Bond Programme -- Moody's publishes Q2 2017 Australian covered bond performance overviews

    Announcement: Moody's publishes Q2 2017 Australian covered bond performance overviews. Global Credit Research- 08 Dec 2017. Sydney, December 08, 2017-- Moody's Investors Service has published Q2 2017 performance ...

  • Australia bows to years of pressure, announces inquiry into finance sector
    Reuters3 months ago

    Australia bows to years of pressure, announces inquiry into finance sector

    The Australian government said on Thursday it will hold a wide-ranging inquiry into a scandal-hit finance sector, arguing one was needed to restore public confidence as it reversed its long-held opposition amid mounting political pressure. The year-long Royal Commission, which will look at the conduct of banks, pension funds, insurers and other financial services firms, will have the power to compel witnesses and recommend criminal charges. It has the potential to be far more embarrassing for the industry than the regular parliamentary questioning of bank CEOs that Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has instigated in response to public outrage over scandals ranging from misleading financial advice to breaches of anti-money laundering rules.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Australia bows to years of pressure, announces inquiry into finance sector

    The Australian government said on Thursday it will hold a wide-ranging inquiry into a scandal-hit finance sector, arguing one was needed to restore public confidence as it reversed its long-held opposition amid mounting political pressure. The year-long Royal Commission, which will look at the conduct of banks, pension funds, insurers and other financial services firms, will have the power to compel witnesses and recommend criminal charges. It has the potential to be far more embarrassing for the industry than the regular parliamentary questioning of bank CEOs that Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has instigated in response to public outrage over scandals ranging from misleading financial advice to breaches of anti-money laundering rules.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Australia's major banks call for government inquiry into the sector

    Australia's major banks on Thursday took the highly unusual step of calling for an inquiry into the financial system as a way to head off pressure for a powerful parliamentary commission into the scandal-hit sector. The call was made in a joint letter sent by the heads of Westpac Banking Corp (WBC.AX), Commonwealth Bank (CBA.AX), National Australia Bank (NAB.AX) and Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ.AX) to Treasurer Scott Morrison. "We now ask you and your government to act to ensure a properly constituted inquiry into the financial services sector is established to put an end to the uncertainty and restore trust, respect and confidence," the letter read.

  • Moody's3 months ago

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia -- Moody's assigns (P)Baa1 rating to CBA's Subordinated MTN Programme

    Rating Action: Moody's assigns Baa1 rating to CBA's Subordinated MTN Programme. Global Credit Research- 22 Nov 2017. Sydney, November 22, 2017-- Moody's Investors Service has assigned a Baa1 rating to ...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Rebel Australian lawmakers say to force wide-ranging banking probe

    Rebel government lawmakers in Australia vowed on Monday to force a powerful inquiry into the country's scandal-hit banking sector, further turmoil for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull as he languishes in the polls amid a citizenship crisis. The threatened move is a major embarrassment for Turnbull, who has already rejected public and opposition calls for such an inquiry, and an unpalatable prospect for the country's Big Four banks who hold a combined A$3.6 trillion (2.06 trillion pounds) in assets. "It's time for these people to have their day in court," government Senator Barry O'Sullivan, a member of the junior coalition partner, the National Party, told Australian Broadcasting Corporation Radio.