|Bid||0.8800 x 0|
|Ask||0.8802 x 0|
|Day's Range||0.8732 - 0.8906|
|52 Week Range||0.7140 - 1.4625|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.60|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||7.31|
|Earnings Date||Oct 24, 2019 - Oct 28, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.02 (2.26%)|
|1y Target Est||1.85|
European stocks rallied on Thursday as investors snapped up battered shares of eurozone banks after the U.S. Federal Reserve toned down expectations of further interest rate cuts. Shares of Italian and Spanish banks including Bankia SA , UBI Banca and Banco Sabadell were among the top gainers on the STOXX 600 after the Fed cut rates as expected on Wednesday, but signalled there would be a higher bar to further cut in borrowing costs. European banks, along with sectors such as miners and automakers, have gained in the recent weeks as investors rotated into cyclical sectors due to signs of easing U.S.-China trade tensions and assurances of support from major central banks.
A rally in banking shares and other recently battered sectors such as oil and gas and automakers kept the mood buoyant in European stock markets on Tuesday, as investors speculated over policy measures by the European Central Bank later this week. The pan-European STOXX 600 index, after opening in the red, closed 0.1% higher as the banking index climbed for a fifth session, its best five-day rally since April 2017. Oil and gas, basic resources and automakers - among the worst-hit sectors this year on worries over the U.S.-China trade war, Brexit and a global slowdown - gained between 0.2% and 2%.
European shares fell on Thursday as mixed readings of business growth across major economies and uncertainty over the U.S. interest rate outlook made investors nervous, while a jump in the pound dented London stocks. The latest data showed business growth in the euro zone recovering marginally in August but factory activity shrinking in both Japan and the United States, raising questions about the health of the global economy. The pan-European STOXX 600 index ended 0.4% lower, with euro zone equities down 0.6%.
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Retail bank TSB needs to turnaround its business and cut costs before becoming a candidate for a sale or to take part in any consolidation in Britain, the chairman of parent Banco Sabadell said on Wednesday. Sabadell bought TSB for £1.7 billion in 2015 to expand into Britain and challenge incumbent retail banks. TSB has also been hit by an IT glitch forcing the bank to hire 2,100 staff to help fix the problems which left customers locked out of their online accounts for weeks.
The incoming chief executive of Britain's TSB will work on a plan to slash costs at the loss-making bank owned by Spain's Banco Sabadell, including potential staff cuts and relocations, a banking source said. Debbie Crosbie, who is expected to take over at TSB in just over a month, will work on a new strategy as it tries to regain confidence after a botched switch to a new IT platform. TSB, which was bought by Sabadell in 2015, has had to hire more than 2,100 staff to help fix IT problems which left customers locked out of their online accounts for weeks.
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Goldman Sachs is among the investors in a $20 million fundraising for financial technology firm Bud, the two companies said on Monday, the latest in a series of investments by big global banks seeking to partner with fintechs. Bud, which is already backed by HSBC, is one of a number of upstart firms taking advantage of Britain's new Open Banking rules to try and help users manage their finances better by combining data from multiple banks and service providers. Fintech companies such as Bud have moved quickly to try to capitalise on the new rules designed to promote competition and make it easier for users to see all their financial products in one place.
Britain's TSB Bank, a subsidiary of Spain's Sabadell, plunged to a 105.4 million pound ($137.9 million) loss last year as costs from a major IT meltdown ratcheted up further. Executives at TSB were deprived of their bonuses after the bill for a botched IT upgrade that locked nearly two million customers out of their accounts rose to 330 million pounds. Instead of awarding bonuses to executives, all TSB's remaining 8,300 staff received a bonus of 1,500 pounds for the year.
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