ANZ.AX - Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited

ASX - ASX Delayed price. Currency in AUD
27.76
-0.19 (-0.68%)
At close: 4:10PM AEDT
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Previous close27.95
Open27.85
Bid27.70 x 0
Ask26.05 x 0
Day's range27.58 - 27.89
52-week range22.98 - 29.30
Volume3,282,509
Avg. volume4,808,250
Market cap78.688B
Beta (3Y monthly)1.31
PE ratio (TTM)13.23
EPS (TTM)2.10
Earnings date1 Nov 2019
Forward dividend & yield1.60 (5.68%)
Ex-dividend date2019-05-13
1y target est28.83
  • Financial Times

    Slowing Chinese growth delivers blow to global economy

    China’s economy grew at 6 per cent in the third quarter of 2019 compared with a year earlier, its slowest pace in about 30 years, delivering another blow to global growth and underlining many of the challenges facing President Xi Jinping. The country’s trade war with the US, slowing income growth and cooling manufacturing investment took a toll on the world’s second-largest economy between July and September, according to the figures released by the National Bureau of Statistics on Friday. The gross domestic product data came in below analysts’ expectations of 6.1 per cent and revealed that China’s growth was running at a level comparable with the late 1980s.

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    The IOOF Holdings Limited (ASX: IFL) share price is among the best performing stocks on the S&P/ASX 200 (Index:^AXJO) (ASX:XJO) index today after at least two brokers upgraded the stock.The post Why the IOOF share price is jumping higher today appeared first on Motley Fool Australia.

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    Afterpay Touch Group Ltd (ASX:APT), Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX:CBA), and St Barbara Ltd (ASX:SBM) shares have been on the move on the ASX 200 today...The post ASX 200 lunch time update: Afterpay, CBA, & St Barbara lower appeared first on Motley Fool Australia.

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    ALL ORDINARIES finishes lower Thursday: 8 ASX shares you missed

    The S&P/ASX 200 (Index:^AXJO)(ASX:XJO) and ALL ORDINARIES (Index:^AXAO) (ASX:XAO) finished lower on Thursday, here are 8 ASX shares you missed.The post ALL ORDINARIES finishes lower Thursday: 8 ASX shares you missed appeared first on Motley Fool Australia.

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    Is the ANZ share price a buy for the 8% dividend yield?

    Is the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ASX:ANZ) share price a buy for the 8% dividend yield?The post Is the ANZ share price a buy for the 8% dividend yield? appeared first on Motley Fool Australia.

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  • ASX 200 lunch time report: BHP & Bank of Queensland lower, IOOF higher
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    Bank of Queensland Limited (ASX:BOQ), BHP Group Ltd (ASX:BHP), and IOOF Holdings Limited (ASX:IFL) shares have been making a move on the ASX 200 index on Thursday...The post ASX 200 lunch time report: BHP & Bank of Queensland lower, IOOF higher appeared first on Motley Fool Australia.

  • IOOF share price rockets higher on ANZ deal
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    The IOOF Holdings Limited (ASX:IFL) share price has rocketed higher after updating the market on its Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ASX:ANZ) Wealth Pension and Investments acquisition...The post IOOF share price rockets higher on ANZ deal appeared first on Motley Fool Australia.

  • Why I would buy Telstra and these ASX 50 shares
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  • ASX investors unmoved by banking inquiry
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    ASX investors unmoved by banking inquiry

    ASX investors appeared unbothered by banking inquiry announcement, with shares of the big four banks like National Australia Bank Ltd. (ASX: NAB) all rising.The post ASX investors unmoved by banking inquiry appeared first on Motley Fool Australia.

  • ASX 200 lunch time report: Afterpay, ANZ, & Telstra higher
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    ASX 200 lunch time report: Afterpay, ANZ, & Telstra higher

    Afterpay Touch Group Ltd (ASX:APT), Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ASX:ANZ), and Telstra Corporation Ltd (ASX:TLS) shares have been making a splash on the ASX 200 index on Tuesday...The post ASX 200 lunch time report: Afterpay, ANZ, & Telstra higher appeared first on Motley Fool Australia.

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  • ASX 200 lunch time report: ANZ, CYBG, & Santos higher
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    Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ASX:ANZ), CYBG PLC (ASX: CYB), and Santos Ltd (ASX:STO) shares have been making waves on the ASX 200 index today...The post ASX 200 lunch time report: ANZ, CYBG, & Santos higher appeared first on Motley Fool Australia.

  • ANZ responds to ACCC inquiry into home loan pricing
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    ANZ responds to ACCC inquiry into home loan pricing

    The Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ASX:ANZ) share price has pushed higher after responding to the news of the ACCC inquiry into home loan pricing...The post ANZ responds to ACCC inquiry into home loan pricing appeared first on Motley Fool Australia.

  • Trump’s China Handshake Fails to Lift Economic Gloom
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    Trump’s China Handshake Fails to Lift Economic Gloom

    (Bloomberg) -- Terms of Trade is a daily newsletter that untangles a world embroiled in trade wars. Sign up here. The pledges China and the U.S. made to keep prospects alive for a comprehensive trade deal did little to alter the deteriorating growth outlooks for both countries because they were sealed with something economists don’t trust: a handshake.China agreed Friday to more than double its annual purchases of American agricultural products to as much as $50 billion, according to the U.S. That’s more of a political shot in the arm to a rural constituency that’s key to President Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election bid than it is a meaningful lift to a nation with gross domestic product of about $21 trillion.Trump tweeted Sunday evening that China has begun making agricultural purchases, echoing comments he made Friday in the Oval office.In return, Beijing convinced the U.S. to holster another tariff increase set for this week as White House officials worry about slower growth at home.Left on the table, though, was Trump’s biggest economic threat yet and the darkest cloud in the outlook: import taxes on all remaining Chinese shipments due to start Dec. 15 that would make a range of popular consumer products more expensive.“We have a lot of work to do, but I am confident that both sides are going to work very hard and anticipate we will be closing this,” Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Sunday on the ABC News program “This Week with George Stephanopoulos.”Investors are more wary. Though U.S. equities rose last week as trade tensions eased, they trimmed gains Friday afternoon when reality set in. The deal Trump called the biggest “in the history of our Country” had a significant shortcoming: it wasn’t a signed document yet, even though it has, in effect, been on the table for more than a year.So economists reacted with a range of skepticism and doubt about what it means for growth projections that are coming down as the 18-month trade war drags on.“There is not yet a viable path to existing tariffs declining, and tariff escalation remains a meaningful risk,” Morgan Stanley strategists Michael Zezas and Meredith Pickett wrote on Friday. “Thus, we do not yet expect a meaningful rebound in corporate behavior that would drive global growth expectations higher.”Raymond Yeung, chief Greater China economist at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., said that despite the latest progress, tensions are unlikely to ease soon and the economic risks will linger as talks move through various stages.‘High Hurdles’“The Phase I agreement mainly covers agricultural purchases, tariff suspension, and market access,” Yeung wrote in a research note Saturday with ANZ colleagues Betty Rui Wang and Zhaopeng Xing. “But core issues of technology transfer and national security still face high hurdles before a resolution in our view.”What Our Economists Say“Past experience is that U.S.–China trade agreements aren’t worth the paper they are written on, and this one hasn’t even been written down. For now, though, indications on trade are a little more positive. If that persists, it could help put a floor under sliding global growth.”Tom Orlik and Yelena Shulyatyeva, Bloomberg EconomicsClick here for the full noteThis week will bring more fresh reads on the global economy.On Tuesday the International Monetary Fund, kicking off its annual meeting in Washington, is likely to cut its growth forecast for 2019 and 2020 in its World Economic Outlook. In July, the fund lowered its projection to 3.2% this year and 3.5% next year, its fourth downgrade since last October.Chinese GDP data for the third quarter, slated for release Friday, is expected to show that output growth in the three months to September eased to 6.1%, the slowest in almost three decades. That pace would be barely enough to allow the Communist Party to claim it’s hitting its long-term growth targets.For economists to get more optimistic about the outlook, Washington and Beijing between now and the November leaders’ meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum will have to make more progress on thornier trade issues such as enforcement and intellectual-property protections.“Until such evidence is available, we must conclude that this pause is more ‘uncertain’ than ‘durable,’” the Morgan Stanley strategists wrote.(Updates with Trump tweet in third paragraph.)To contact the reporter on this story: Brendan Murray in London at brmurray@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Brendan Murray at brmurray@bloomberg.net, Tony CzuczkaFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • 4 of the biggest news pieces from the ASX200 this week
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    4 of the biggest news pieces from the ASX200 this week

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  • Will ASX banking shares rebound in October?
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    Will ASX banking shares rebound in October?

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  • ASX 200 lunch time report: ANZ, BHP, & HUB24 higher
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    Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ASX:ANZ), BHP Group Ltd (ASX:BHP), and HUB24 Ltd (ASX:HUB) shares are making waves on the ASX 200 index on Friday...The post ASX 200 lunch time report: ANZ, BHP, & HUB24 higher appeared first on Motley Fool Australia.

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