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Commonwealth Bank (CBA)

ASX.CBA $93.00

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ASX.CBA $93.00

20 MINUTE DELAYED

TODAY

-0.58 %

1 YEAR RETURN

-6.34%

VOLUME

2,391,929

DIV YIELD

4.01%

PE RATIO

18.74

52 WEEK RANGE

86.98

110.19

ANALYSIS

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SHARE PRICE ACTIVITY
Last (Price)

93.00

Change

-0.54 (-0.58)

Bid / Ask

93.00 - 93.30

Volume

2,391,929

Volume (3mths avg)

51,885,140

Turnover

222,227,308

Open

93.30

Day Range

92.23 - 93.50

VWAP

92.90

Prev Close

93.54

Last Trade

06.10 29/06 (AEST)

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KEY INFORMATION
Sector

Financial

Shares Issued

1,697,876,464

NTA/Share

43.79

Last Dividend

1.75

Dividend Ex Date

16 FEB 2022

Dividend Pay Date

30 MAR 2022

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BROKER CALLS

current

Mean

3.50

Target Price

0.00

HOLD

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CURRENT (AUD)
Revenue

24,156.00

EBITDA

16,192

Profit

8,913.00

Earnings Per Share (EPS)

4.99

Dividend Per Share (DPS)

3.50

Yield %

4.01

Market Cap

159,615.90

Price to Earnings Ratio (P/E)

18.74

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TARGET PRICE FORECAST

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ESTIMATES (AUD)
Revenue

24,353.17

EBITDA

0.00

Profit

9,357.69

Dividend Per Share (DPS)

3.81

Earnings Per Share (EPS)

5.28

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BROKER CONSENSUS RECOMMENDATION

BUY

SELL

Target Price

0.00

Lt Growth Rate

0.00

Recommendation (HOLD)

3.50
OPINION
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Business Summary

Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) is Australia's leading providers of integrated financial services, providing retail, business and institutional banking, funds management, superannuation, life insurance, general insurance, broking services and finance company activities. Their operations are conducted primarily in Australia and New Zealand. In addition, they also operate in a number of other countries, including the United Kingdom, the United States, China, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia and South Africa.
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