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OTP Bank Nyrt. (OSZG.F)

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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14.00-0.10 (-0.71%)
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Previous Close14.10
Open14.00
Bid0.00 x 120000
Ask0.00 x 120000
Day's Range14.00 - 14.00
52 Week Range11.50 - 23.40
Volume1,000
Avg. Volume17
Market Cap7.835B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.73
PE Ratio (TTM)6.65
EPS (TTM)2.10
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateJun 05, 2019
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    CEE MARKETS-Forint snaps win streak as CEE drifts lower

    Hungary's forint snapped a three-day rally on Thursday, leading central Europe's currencies lower after the central bank signalled a slower economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. The Polish zloty also paused a slight rebound seen this week after it touched a six-week low last Friday while the Czech crown continue to drift lower, with a test of another important technical level in sight. Stock markets also mostly slipped as Warsaw had lost 0.9% by 0855 GMT and Budapest was down 0.7% Hungarian bank OTP fell more than 1% when the country's central bank called on commercial banks to extend a suspension of dividend payments until Jan. 1, 2021.

  • Reuters

    CEE MARKETS-Hungary's stock market outperforms region as OTP Bank jumps on Q2 profit

    Budapest's stock index gained 1% as OTP surged 2.9% by 0916 GMT, after it posted a profit of 78.7 billion Hungarian forints ($269.06 million) in Q2 and said risks costs would fall in the second half of the year. Governor Jiri Rusnok mentioned uncertainty surrounding the growth outlook and said it was hard to see a return to tightening policy before the middle of next year. Elsewhere, the Hungarian forint edged down 0.04% to 346.25 versus the common currency.

  • Reuters

    CEE MARKETS-Currencies, stocks ease, with eyes on ECB stimulus moves

    Central European currencies fell on Thursday, with the crown and zloty leading regional losses, as investors focused on the European Central Bank's policy meeting, which is expected to approve more aid to the coronavirus-hit euro zone. Czech National Bank Governor Jiri Rusnok said in a radio interview on Thursday the crown was likely to stabilise around current levels it reached after recent strengthening. Hungary's forint eased 0.2% and the Romanian leu edged down 0.1%.