SKC2.F - Standard Bank Group Limited

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
-0.01 (-0.10%)
As of 8:04AM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close9.92
Bid10.14 x 100000
Ask10.55 x 100000
Day's Range9.91 - 9.91
52 Week Range9.22 - 12.57
Avg. Volume15
Market Cap15.995B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.17
PE Ratio (TTM)8.16
EPS (TTM)1.21
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.68 (6.16%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-04-10
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    Standard Bank shareholders vote down climate-risk resolution

    Standard Bank shareholders on Thursday voted down a resolution that would have required the South African lender to report climate risk in its activities, although they passed another forcing it to disclose its coal financing policies. It was the first time a South African company had tabled a resolution on climate-related issues, according to shareholder group Just Share, which supported the motion. Just Share executive director, Tracey Davies, said the motion had received far more support than expected.

  • Insomnia No More for Zambian Finance Chief Over IMF Talks

    Insomnia No More for Zambian Finance Chief Over IMF Talks

    Zambian Finance Minister Margaret Mwanakatwe is no longer having sleepless nights over an International Monetary Fund loan the southern African nation has been trying unsuccessfully to secure for the past two years. What does Mwanakatwe want from the visit?

  • Nigeria Sees `Happy' Resolution to $8.1 Billion MTN Dispute

    Nigeria Sees `Happy' Resolution to $8.1 Billion MTN Dispute

    After coming out all guns blazing, Nigeria’s central bank surrendered some ground in its tussle with MTN Group Ltd., pledging that a dispute over the repatriation of $8.1 billion in dividends from the country will soon be resolved. Examiners from the central bank are reviewing documents provided by Johannesburg-based MTN and four banks accused of moving money out of the continent’s biggest oil producer without the regulator’s final authorization, Governor Godwin Emefiele told reporters on Tuesday in the capital, Abuja. “Everyone will be happy” from MTN and the lenders to the Central Bank of Nigeria and the government, he added.