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Westpac Bank (WBC)

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WBC $26.16

20 MINUTE DELAYED

TODAY

0.00 %

1 YEAR RETURN

0.00%

VOLUME

0

DIV YIELD

5.43%

PE RATIO

12.74

52 WEEK RANGE

20.03

27.70

ANALYSIS

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SHARE PRICE ACTIVITY
Last (Price)

26.16

Change

0.00 (0.00)

Bid / Ask

28.00 - 25.37

Volume

0

Turnover

0

Open

0.00

Day Range

25.77 - 26.17

VWAP

0.00

Prev Close

26.16

Last Trade

16/04 7:35am (AEST)

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KEY INFORMATION
Sector

Financial

Shares Issued

3,441,338,230

NTA/Share

0.00

Last Dividend

0.72

Dividend Ex Date

09 NOV 2023

Dividend Pay Date

19 DEC 2023

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BROKER CALLS

current

Mean

3.23

Target Price

0.00

HOLD

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CURRENT ()
Revenue

21,645.00

EBITDA

20,200

Profit

7,768.00

Earnings Per Share (EPS)

0

Dividend Per Share (DPS)

0

Yield %

5.43

Market Cap

0

Price to Earnings Ratio (P/E)

12.74

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TARGET PRICE FORECAST

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ESTIMATES ()
Revenue

21,415.87

EBITDA

0.00

Profit

6,611.05

Earnings Per Share (EPS)

1.86

Dividend Per Share (DPS)

1.43

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BROKER CONSENSUS RECOMMENDATION

BUY

SELL

Target Price

0.00

Lt Growth Rate

0.00

Recommendation (HOLD)

3.23
OPINION
ACTION
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Business Summary

Westpac stands as Australia’s first bank, having started life in 1817 as the Bank of New South Wales. Since then, it has grown to become one of the country’s ‘Big Four’ (servicing more than 13-million customers) and one of the largest banks in New Zealand. These two countries remain Westpac’s primary focus (indeed - it is rolling back some of its global interests as part of a simplification process). Its offering spans business, institutional and consumer banking. However, the bank now also provides a suite of financial management and wealth building services, which complement the company’s goal to help its customers succeed. Westpac aims to ‘back a stronger Australia’ and to that end has set out a 2021- 2023 Sustainability Strategy.

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