|Bid||50.00 x 7500|
|Ask||51.95 x 10000|
|Day's Range||73.28 - 74.00|
|52 Week Range||62.94 - 78.80|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||12.20|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.00 (4.21%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Spaniards have become richer than Italians — a heartening indication of Spain’s economic revival but a worrying sign for Italy, the eurozone’s third-largest economy, which is stuck in political gridlock. ...
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Ireland's main banks have accepted that they will have to compensate another 13,600 mortgage customers they overcharged, the Central Bank said on Wednesday, bringing the total of affected borrowers to 33,700. The industry-wide compensation scheme concerns customers who should have been given the option of a cheaper "tracker" mortgage that follows the low European Central Bank rate or kept on a better rate years ago. The evidence of the examination that we have seen suggests otherwise," Central Bank Governor Philip Lane said in a statement.
ZURICH/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Financial companies led by Swiss bank UBS (UBSG.S) are testing a blockchain platform to help them comply with new European Union trade data standards due to come into force next year. Blockchain, the technology underpinning cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, is a shared and immutable database maintained by a network of computers on the internet. "The project is getting market participants to collaborate using blockchain to improve regulatory reporting," Peter Stephens, head of blockchain at UBS, told Reuters.
Bank of Ireland (BIRG.I) said on Thursday it will make a 150 million euros ($174 million) to 175 million euro provision this quarter to cover compensation for an additional 6,000 mortgage customers it overcharged. The industry-wide compensation scheme concerns customers who should have been given the option of a cheaper "tracker" mortgage that follows the low European Central Bank rate or kept on a better rate years ago. Ireland's Central Bank, which launched the probe into the overcharging in 2015, said in a statement that the customers were a group that it had identified as having been impacted but Bank of Ireland had previously disputed.
Ireland's finance minister laid out a range of penalties the government could slap on the country's banks if they do not meet targets agreed on Wednesday to compensate thousands of mortgage customers who they overcharged. A Central Bank investigation that began in 2015 found that 20,000 borrowers were likely to have been affected and that they should have been given the option of a cheaper mortgage. The government had already threatened to penalise the banks last week.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland could increase a government levy on banks, amend its tax law, introduce stricter reporting or take shareholder activist actions if insufficient progress is made on a mortgage ...
Ireland will raise taxes on banks if they don't move faster to provide compensation for the "scandalous" overcharging of thousands of mortgage customers, Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Wednesday. Ireland's central bank has identified at least 13,000 customers who should have been given the option of a cheaper "tracker" mortgage or kept on a better rate years ago. It has ordered lenders to repay the difference and offer compensation.
A Belgian court ordered lender KBC Group NV to return seized assets from one of the diamond industry’s most storied names within 24 hours, a court ruling shows.
The Social Democrats, the senior partner in the Czech Republic's ruling coalition but trailing in the polls, will try to lure back voters before the October elections by offering tax cuts for workers while tightening control of big business. The party unveiled its election programme days after Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka said he would step down as leader of the country's oldest party in an attempt to reverse its slide in opinion polls.
The Czech central bank on Tuesday said it was doubling the amount of money domestic banks must put aside as a precaution for hard times from July next year because of rapid credit growth. The move comes as a bill allowing the central bank to make lenders cap loans, if needed, is at risk of failing in parliament, drawing sharp criticism from the bank's Governor Jiri Rusnok on Tuesday. Czech lending growth is close to the fastest since 2009 as record low interest rates spur demand, especially in housing, where low supply and cheap mortgages have driven up prices on new apartments in Prague by a fifth in the past year.