|Bid||17.100 x 0|
|Ask||17.250 x 0|
|Day's Range||17.022 - 17.344|
|52 Week Range||12.818 - 18.377|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.32 (1.93%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Moody's Investors Service has today taken rating actions on 17 Turkish banks. The long-term ratings of 14 banks were downgraded whilst the rating of 3 other banks were affirmed. The outlook on 12 banks ...
Harm Bandholz, chief U.S. economist at UniCredit Bank, discusses possible German retaliation to Trump tariffs. He speaks with Francine Lacqua and Tom Keene on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: ...
The Turkish lira stands to weaken further against the euro and traders should bet on it via the options market, according to UniCredit SpA.
Italian voters put their country on a potential collision course with the EU after delivering sweeping gains for populist and Eurosceptic parties in a general election that marked the biggest political ...
Italian banks' decision to take advantage of the introduction on 1 January 2018 of the IFRS 9 accounting standard by accelerating the clean-up of problem loans is a positive development, according to Moody's ...
UniCredit expects Italy’s new five-year government bond, the 0.95% March 2023 BTP, to come at a yield of 0.92% at its launch at Tuesday’s auction.
Testimony by Jerome Powell before Congress could boost the dollar if he stresses a positive U.S. economic outlook and the prospect of more interest rate rises.
Sterling is likely to fall further versus the euro if core U.K. January inflation comes in lower than expected, says UniCredit.
The fiscal stimulus contained in the two-year budget signed by U.S. President Donald Trump could hurt the dollar, Unicredit said.
The dollar rose on Friday to extend its recent gains while the euro was headed for its worst weekly performance since Nov. 2016 after the global stock market sell-off squeezed investors positioned for a weaker greenback. Betting on a weaker dollar versus the euro has been one of the most popular trades this year, with a resurgent European economy fuelling expectations the European Central Bank will shrink its balance sheet sooner than expected. More broadly, the dollar against a basket of currencies was up 0.3 percent and has now gained 1.4 percent this week, the best performance since November 2016.
UniCredit posted its strongest fourth quarter in a decade on Thursday, helped by higher fee and interest income and lower costs, and topped expectations with its first all cash dividend in five years. The year had started with Italy's biggest bank raising 13 billion euros from investors, in one of Europe's largest cash calls, to help clean up its balance sheet under then new Chief Executive Jean Pierre Mustier. UniCredit plans to pay 32 euro cents per share after scrapping its dividend altogether last year and previously offering shares unless investors specifically requested cash.
MILAN (AP) — Italian lender UniCredit rebounded to profit in the fourth quarter as the new business plan helped boost interest, fees and commissions.
UniCredit said it swung to a net profit in the fourth quarter from the multibillion-euro loss that it booked last year as it cleaned up its balance sheet.
New benchmark government bonds recently launched in the eurozone periphery have attracted “enormous demand,” further highlighting investors’ appetite for yield, says Luca Cazzulani, deputy head of fixed ...
EUR/USD’s “strong directional momentum” may not continue “over a multi-day horizon,” but EUR/USD won’t reverse recent gains either, according to UniCredit.
UniCredit says it would “caution against becoming too positive on sterling,” as GBP/USD breaks above key 1.40 level.
Shareholders representing 0.28 percent of UniCredit's (CRDI.MI) capital have exercised their right of withdrawal with regards to the scrapping of a 5 percent threshold in shareholders' voting rights, the lender said on Monday. The bank added that the shares subject of the right of withdrawal, with a value of just over 103 million euros (£90.3 million), will be offered to ordinary shareholders from Tuesday to Feb. 21.
UniCredit CEO Jean Pierre Mustier has a long-term commitment to the Italian bank, he said on Thursday when asked about a report that he was the preferred candidate for the top job at Deutsche Bank. "I have long-term commitment to UniCredit and I never comment on rumours," he told Reuters on the sidelines of a Reuters Breakingviews event in London. Italian website Lettera43 this week reported rumours that Mustier, who took the helm of Italy's biggest bank in July last year, was top of the list for headhunters looking for a replacement of Deutsche Bank's CEO John Cryan.