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Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ)

AU ASX:ANZ (46.9B)

16.32
-0.22 (-1.33%)
4pm Tuesday Apr 07 AEST
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Summary

Current Price: $16.32
52w High/Low: $14.10 - 29.3
Market Cap: 46.9B
Price/Earnings: 7.88
Dividend Yield: 9.67%
Volume/Average: 11M - 5.4M
Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ASX:ANZ) Company Logo

Listed in 1969

ANZ provides banking and financial products and services to individual and business customers.
Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ASX:ANZ) Company Logo

ANZ provides banking and financial products and services to individual and business customers.

Annual Reports

ANZ 2019 Annual Report Nov 4th
2019
(8.9mb)
ANZ 2018 Annual Report Nov 5th
2018
(9.3mb)
ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited DS 30 September 2017 Nov 15th
2017
(1.3mb)
ANZ's September 2017 Pillar 3 disclosure Nov 6th
2017
(1.2mb)
UK DTR Submission Nov 6th 2017
2017
(296.4kb)
ANZ 1st bank to report using global climate recommendations Nov 6th 2017
2017
(87.7kb)
ANZ 2017 Annual Review Nov 6th
2017
(8.1mb)
ANZ 2017 Annual Report Nov 6th
2017
(5.5mb)
ANZ 2016 Annual Report Nov 7th
2016
(1.2mb)
ANZ 2015 Annual Report Nov 9th
2015
(1.6mb)

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Dividend Yield
9.8%
 
10.1%
 
 
Industry Avg
ANZ

AVERAGE: Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Limited's dividend yield of 10.1% is within a 15% range of the industry average for banks stocks listed on the ASX. more
Implied Growth
5.5%
 
-2.2%
 
 
Industry Avg
ANZ

ATTRACTIVE: Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Limited exhibits an implied growth ratio which is less than the industry average for banks stocks listed on the ASX. ANZ calculation: 10% - ($2.02 / $16.32) = -2.4% more
Price / Book
0.8
 
0.8
 
 
Industry Avg
ANZ

AVERAGE: Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Limited exhibits a price/book ratio which is within a 15% range of the industry average for banks stocks listed on the ASX. more
Price / Earnings
8.0
 
7.7
 
 
Industry Avg
ANZ

AVERAGE: Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Limited's price/earnings ratio of 7.7 is within a 15% range of the industry average for banks stocks listed on the ASX. more
Price / Sales
2.3
 
2.8
 
 
Industry Avg
ANZ

UNATTRACTIVE: Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Limited exhibits a price/sales ratio which exceeds the industry average for banks stocks listed on the ASX. more

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