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Westpac Banking Corporation (WBC)

AU ASX:WBC (71.9B)

20.495
+0.58 (2.84%)
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Summary

Current Price: $20.50
52w High/Low: $13.47 - 26.55
Market Cap: 71.9B
Price/Earnings: 31.26
Dividend Yield: 1.56%
Volume/Average: 3.6M - 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 2020 Annual Report on Form 20-F Nov 5th
2020
(9.9mb)
Westpac 2020 Group Annual Report Nov 1st
2020
(10.6mb)
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)

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Dividend Yield
3.5%
 
1.6%
 
 
Industry Avg
WBC

UNATTRACTIVE: Westpac Banking Corporation's dividend yield of 1.6% is less than the industry average for banks stocks listed on the ASX. more
Implied Growth
8.6%
 
6.8%
 
 
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% - ($0.64 / $20.50) = 6.9% more
Price / Book
1.1
 
1.1
 
 
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
16.8
 
31.3
 
 
Industry Avg
WBC

UNATTRACTIVE: Westpac Banking Corporation's price/earnings ratio of 31.3 exceeds the industry average for banks stocks listed on the ASX. more
Price / Sales
3.2
 
3.6
 
 
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

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