Commonwealth Bank Of Australia (CBA)

111.150
+1.420(+1.29%)
  • Volume:
    2,455,212
  • Bid/Ask:
    111.120/111.150
  • Day's Range:
    109.800 - 111.430
Trading near 52-week High

Commonwealth Bank Australia has hit the highest price it has traded for over the last year (52 week period). This is a technical indicator that can be used to analyze the stock's current value and predict future price movement.

1 / 2

CBA Overview

Prev. Close
109.73
Day's Range
109.8-111.43
Revenue
22.24B
Open
109.9
52 wk Range
86.98-111.43
EPS
6.25
Volume
2,455,212
Market Cap
187.51B
Dividend (Yield)
3.85
(3.54%)
Average Volume (3m)
2,105,337
P/E Ratio
17.78
Beta
0.812
1-Year Change
18.12%
Shares Outstanding
1,686,813,754
Next Earnings Date
14 Feb 2023
What is your sentiment on Commonwealth Bank Australia?
or
Market is currently closed. Voting is open during market hours.

Commonwealth Bank Of Australia News

Commonwealth Bank Of Australia Analysis

Commonwealth Bank Of Australia Company Profile

Commonwealth Bank Of Australia Company Profile

Sector
Financial
Employees
49245
Market
Australia

Commonwealth Bank of Australia is an Australia-based provider of financial services in Australia. The Company provides retail and commercial banking services predominantly in Australia and in New Zealand through its subsidiary, ASB. It serves approximately 15 million customers. It operates through two segments. The retail management segment has sub-segments covering housing loan, credit cards, personal loans and personal overdrafts. It also covers most non-retail lending where the aggregate credit exposure to a group of related borrowers is less than one million dollars. Auto-decisioning is used to approve credit applications for eligible borrowers in this segment. The risk-rating segment comprises non-retail exposures, including bank and sovereign exposures. Each exposure is assigned an internal Credit Risk-Rating (CRR) based on Probability of Default (PD) and Loss Given Default (LGD). Either a PD Rating Tool or expert judgment is used to determine the PD for customers in this segment

Read More

Analyst Price Target

Average9,418.143 (+8,373.363% Upside)
High10,600.000
Low8,400.000
Price111.150
No. of Analysts14
Strong Sell
Sell
Neutral
Buy
Strong Buy
Sell
Analysts Consensus

Technical Summary

Type
5 Min
15 Min
Hourly
Daily
Monthly
Moving AveragesBuyBuyStrong BuyStrong BuyStrong Buy
Technical IndicatorsStrong SellStrong BuyStrong BuyStrong BuyStrong Buy
SummaryNeutralStrong BuyStrong BuyStrong BuyStrong Buy
  • conquest allegedly bias using there power to trade down traders... arrogant losses 📉
    0
    • why give the bank your money so they can over power you with your own money..🤣 it's your money but the banks are capitalising and gaining enterest on the trade markets with the public's, everyday banking money and you see nothing of the enterest...???? talk about money laundering and fraud ..try drawing $5000 daily and see what happens... your money but not your money any more when you put in the BANK... ITS CALLED CONTROL....
      1
      • 9000$
        1
        • Perhaps the share price is an indication of the manner in which the board at CBA performs. Always giving 100% effort and looking after loyal shareholders interests.
          0
          • No mate. Retail traders at home during lockdown with nowhere yo park their money. This stock is not worth over $90. People will get burnt.
            1
        • They have cleaned up their act and with properties at record prices around australia and high consumer confidence thereby firing hefty loans, their profit will soar dramatically
          1
          • looking gooood! like to see it tag $89-$90 in the next few weeks
            2
            • looking gooood! like to see it tag $89-$90 in the next few weeks
              0
              • well it feels like its anyone's guess as to going up or going down at open time today
                6
                • So beautiful .
                  2
                  • Today stoke markets 70% up wow....
                    5
                    • What wrong?
                      0