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Westpac Banking Corporation (WBC)

AU ASX:WBC (61.7B)

16.49
-0.58 (-3.51%)
4pm Monday Aug 03 AEST
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Summary

Current Price: $16.49
52w High/Low: $13.47 - 30.05
Market Cap: 61.7B
Price/Earnings: 12.44
Dividend Yield: 10.18%
Volume/Average: 10M - 5.8M
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Listed in 1970

Banking, financial and related services.
Westpac Banking Corporation (ASX:WBC) Company Logo

Banking, financial and related services.

Annual Reports

Westpac 2019 Group Annual Report Nov 3rd
2019
(6.9mb)
Westpac 2018 Annual Report on Form 20-F Nov 7th
2018
(9.2mb)
2018 Westpac Group Annual Report Nov 6th
2018
(11.0mb)
Westpac 2017 Annual Report on Form 20-F Nov 8th
2017
(8.9mb)
2017 Westpac Group Annual Report Nov 7th
2017
(5.3mb)
Westpac 2016 Annual Report on Form 20-F Nov 10th
2016
(10.4mb)
2016 Westpac Group Annual Report Nov 8th
2016
(5.2mb)
2015 Westpac Group Annual Report Nov 10th
2015
(5.8mb)

Dividend History

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Dividend Yield
8.3%
 
10.2%
 
 
Industry Avg
WBC

ATTRACTIVE: Westpac Banking Corporation's dividend yield of 10.2% exceeds the industry average for banks stocks listed on the ASX. more
Implied Growth
6.9%
 
1.9%
 
 
Industry Avg
WBC

ATTRACTIVE: Westpac Banking Corporation exhibits an implied growth ratio which is less than the industry average for banks stocks listed on the ASX. WBC calculation: 10% - ($1.33 / $16.49) = 1.9% more
Price / Book
0.9
 
0.9
 
 
Industry Avg
WBC

AVERAGE: Westpac Banking Corporation 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
10.0
 
12.4
 
 
Industry Avg
WBC

UNATTRACTIVE: Westpac Banking Corporation's price/earnings ratio of 12.4 exceeds the industry average for banks stocks listed on the ASX. more
Price / Sales
2.7
 
2.7
 
 
Industry Avg
WBC

AVERAGE: Westpac Banking Corporation exhibits a price/sales ratio which is within a 15% range of the industry average for banks stocks listed on the ASX. more

Company News

Why ASX bank stocks are the worst performing group today
August 3rd, 2020 - Motley Fool

The ASX banking sector is leading the S&P/ASX 200 Index (Index:^AXJO) lower this morning on fears of a bad debt blowout. The post Why ASX bank stocks are the worst performing group today appeared first on Motley Fool Australia.

ASX bank shares are cutting dividends – here’s your better idea
August 1st, 2020

ASX bank shares like Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX:CBA), ANZ Banking Group (ASX:ANZ) and Westpac Banking Group (ASX:WBC) are not the dividend delights they once were.The information in this article contains general financial advice only and is authorised by The Rask Group Pty Ltd (ABN: 36 622 810 995). That means, the advice does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Because of that, you should consider if the advice is appropriate to you and your needs, before acting on the information. If you do not know what your needs are, you should consult a trusted and licensed financial adviser who can provide you with personal financial product advice. Please take a moment to read our <a href="https://www.rask.com.au/fsg">Financial Services Guide (FSG)</a>.

ASX 200 drops 2%, ASX banks fall, Super Retail jumps
July 31st, 2020 - Motley Fool

The S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX:XJO) fell 2% today. It was led lower by the big ASX banks like CBA (ASX:CBA). Super Retail (ASX:SUL) jumped. The post ASX 200 drops 2%, ASX banks fall, Super Retail jumps appeared first on Motley Fool Australia.

The rocketing Aussie is shaping up as a new threat to the profit season
July 31st, 2020 - Motley Fool

The skyrocketing Australian dollar is catching experts off-guard and could soon prove to be a new risk to the ASX reporting season. The post The rocketing Aussie is shaping up as a new threat to the profit season appeared first on Motley Fool Australia.

ASX 200 sinks 1.5%: AMP disappoints, big four tumble, Super Retail surprises
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What's dragging the CBA, Westpac and AMP share prices lower today?
July 31st, 2020 - Motley Fool

The announcement of class actions against Commonwealth Bank, AMP and Westpac is dragging their share prices lower in early trade. The post What’s dragging the CBA, Westpac and AMP share prices lower today? appeared first on Motley Fool Australia.

Here are the dividends this broker thinks CBA and the big four will pay in 2020
July 30th, 2020 - Motley Fool

Here are the dividends that this leading broker thinks Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX:CBA) and the rest of the big four will pay... The post Here are the dividends this broker thinks CBA and the big four will pay in 2020 appeared first on Motley Fool Australia.

2 top ASX dividend shares to buy for income in 2020
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