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Piraeus Bank S.A. (TPEIR.AT)

Athens - Athens Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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4.86-0.08 (-1.62%)
As of 3:46PM EEST. Market open.
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Previous Close4.94
Bid4.85 x 518100
Ask4.86 x 16500
Day's Range4.83 - 4.94
52 Week Range0.12 - 4.94
Avg. Volume28,263,155
Market Cap2.12B
PE Ratio (TTM)
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents3 months ago

    Edited Transcript of TPEIR.AT earnings conference call or presentation 24-May-17 3:30pm GMT

    Q1 2017 Piraeus Bank SA Earnings Call

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Big stock investors establish Greek foothold in patient bet

    Big money managers have started buying cheap Greek stocks from banks to lotteries as clouds over talks between Athens and its international creditors gradually clear, anticipating big returns. A deal in May when Greece agreed to more austerity measures raised hopes of possible debt relief for a country that has endured economic hardship for years, resulting in the longest winning streak for the Athens bourse in more than two decades. Greek stocks have had at least one false dawn since the country's first EU/IMF bailout in 2010 - the market rose in 2012-14 only to fall back - and on Monday, the creditors failed to reach a deal after eight hours of talks, dashing hopes of an immediate breakthrough.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    GRAPHIC-Greek stocks on best run in two decades

    Greek stocks are on track for 13 straight days of gains, their longest winning streak in at least 20 years, as hopes of a potential deal with lenders, a banking system clean-up and a broad euro zone recovery bring the beaten-down market back on to investors' radars. Over the latest run, Greece's main benchmark has not seen a down day since April 21, is up 19 percent over that period and the country's stock market is one of the best performers in Europe this year. Trading on the Athens bourse was suspended in June 2015 as part of capital controls imposed to stem a debilitating outflow of euros that threatened to collapse Greece's banks and hurl the indebted country out of the euro zone.