WBC.AX - Westpac Banking Corporation

ASX - ASX Delayed price. Currency in AUD
+0.11 (+0.37%)
At close: 4:11PM AEDT
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Previous close29.52
Bid29.62 x 0
Ask29.67 x 0
Day's range29.41 - 29.75
52-week range29.40 - 35.39
Avg. volume4,405,770
Market cap100.623B
PE ratio (TTM)12.92
EPS (TTM)2.29
Earnings date7 May 2018
Forward dividend & yield2.69 (9.10%)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est33.68
  • Financial Times5 days ago

    [$$] Dollar index off 1% in March as trade war fears build

    The dollar continued to edge lower on Thursday amid negative sentiment in foreign exchange markets over the potential for a global trade war.  The dollar index tracking the greenback against its top global ...

  • Bloomberg9 days ago

    Low Australian Inflation Isn't Going Anywhere Soon, Westpac Says

    Australia’s low inflation is becoming firmly entrenched, Westpac Banking Corp.’s Bill Evans says, underscoring his forecast that interest rates will stay on hold until 2020.

  • Financial Times13 days ago

    [$$] Australia trade balance beats estimates, returns to surplus

    Australia’s trade surplus came in well ahead of expectations in January with the major export sectors showing gains while most import segments posted falls.  The country posted a seasonally adjusted trade ...

  • AFIC reports: NPAT up 15.6%
    Motley Fool2 months ago

    AFIC reports: NPAT up 15.6%

    Australian Foundation Investment Co. Ltd (ASX:AFI) reported solid profit growth.

  • AAP2 months ago

    Westpac apologises to Tas pensioners

    One of Australia's largest banks has apologised to Tasmanian pensioners for not sending their promised energy rebate cheques before Christmas. Westpac on Thursday apologised for the delays in posting the state government's promised $125 energy bonus after earlier making repeated assurances the cheques would be sent out on time. "Westpac apologises to Tasmanians who did not receive their cheques on time and are reviewing the procedures to ensure that this does not occur again," the bank said in a statement.