CBA.AX - Commonwealth Bank of Australia

ASX - ASX Delayed price. Currency in AUD
81.09
+0.27 (+0.33%)
At close: 4:00PM AEDT
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Previous close80.82
Open81.25
Bid85.54 x 538100
Ask74.61 x 1300
Day's range80.79 - 81.38
52-week range73.20 - 87.74
Volume1,136,621
Avg. volume2,971,534
Market cap141.82B
Beta1.33
PE ratio (TTM)14.51
EPS (TTM)5.59
Earnings date7 Feb. 2018
Forward dividend & yield3.99 (6.75%)
Ex-dividend date2017-08-16
1y target est80.51
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    The Australian market has opened lower, with most sectors in the red following a flat US lead, but local shares remain above the psychologically important 6,000 point mark. CMC Markets chief market strategist Michael McCarthy said most sectors were under pressure soon after opening, although Commonwealth Bank provided some respite with a strong first quarter report.

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    The Commonwealth Bank has defended its financing of coal mining after activists delivered 100 bags of the fossil fuel through the Sydney CBD to the bank's headquarters. Wearing hazmat suits and pushing a mock coal train emblazoned with the slogan "#Coalbank", Greenpeace activists delivered the coal in protest at the bank's refusal to rule out coal financing as commuters made their way to work in Sydney's Darling Harbour on Monday morning. Activists said they were taking aim at CBA's refusal to rule out future investment in new coal projects, with Greenpeace spokesman Jonathan Moylan saying the bank doesn't appear to be taking the issue of climate change seriously.

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    2017 outlook for markets and the economy

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    CBA agrees Enforceable Undertaking with ASIC

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    Small business is the most optimistic business segment in Australia, despite the majority of small operators forecasting challenging conditions in the next six months, new Commonwealth Bank research reveals. ...

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    Final Director's Interest Notice

    Appendix 3Z Appendix 3Z Rule 3.19A.3 Information or documents not available now must be given to ASX as soon as available. Information and documents given to ASX become ASX's property and may be made public. ...

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    Australian spending continues to rise

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    New CBA scholarship created for marine research

    Commonwealth Bank is honoured to announce the David Turner John Monash Scholarship, recognising the contribution made by David Turner during his seven years as Chairman of the Commonwealth Bank Board. ...