National Australia Bank Ltd (NAB)

30.190
+0.070(+0.23%)
  • Volume:
    2,969,794
  • Bid/Ask:
    30.190/30.200
  • Day's Range:
    30.140 - 30.400
High dividend Yield

Dividend yield shows how much a company pays its shareholders in dividends annually per dollar invested. It reflects how much an investor will earn aside from any capital gains in the stock.

NAB Overview

Prev. Close
30.12
Day's Range
30.14-30.4
Revenue
18.55B
Open
30.37
52 wk Range
25.43-33.75
EPS
2.14
Volume
2,969,794
Market Cap
94.99B
Dividend (Yield)
1.51
(5.01%)
Average Volume (3m)
5,672,877
P/E Ratio
14.54
Beta
0.942
1-Year Change
5.76%
Shares Outstanding
3,146,305,198
Next Earnings Date
13 Feb 2023
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National Australia Bank Ltd Company Profile

Industry
Banks
Sector
Financial
Employees
32932
Market
Australia

National Australia Bank Limited provides financial services to individuals and businesses in Australia, New Zealand, and internationally. It operates through Business and Private Banking; Personal Banking; Corporate and Institutional Banking; New Zealand Banking; and Corporate Functions and Other segments. The company accepts transaction accounts, savings accounts, deposit accounts, and term deposits; and specialized accounts, such as foreign currency, business interest, statutory trust, cash maximiser, community free saver, farm management, and project bank accounts, as well as farm management deposits. National Australia Bank Limited also provides home loans; personal loans; business loans; vehicle and equipment finance; and trade and invoice finance, as well as business overdrafts and bank guarantees. In addition, the company offers insurance products consisting of car, home and content, landlord, travel, caravan and trailer, life, and business insurance products; and pension, superannuation, self-managed super funds, cash management, and financial planning and advisory services. Further, it provides investment products; credit, debit, and business cards; payments and merchant services; travel services; online and internet banking services; small business services; international and foreign exchange solutions; and industry specific banking services. National Australia Bank Limited was founded in 1834 and is based in Melbourne, Australia.

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Analyst Price Target

Average3,203.129 (+10,509.899% Upside)
High3,540.800
Low2,400.000
Price30.190
No. of Analysts14
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Analysts 12-Month Price Target

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  • good time to exit NAB. CBA and Macquarie the only two bank stocks needed long term. Macquarie will be reach 1k in less than 3 years.
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    • I have NAB in my watchlist and would consider buying the stock at the appropriate time if the banks staff act responsibly, ethically , respectfully and fairly towards customers.
      2
      • Buy
        0
        • sell this week?
          2
          • NAB and all other Australian banks have been decimated by the coronavirus impact. Dividend payments have reduced to half year 0.30 dividend per share from a high of 0.98 previously. Cautiously add NAB to portfolio as a long term view!
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            • should I buy now?
              1
              • buy?
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                • Why is yield over 7% for may when only paying 0.3 per share
                  0
                  • It'll tag 12 within 3 months
                    4
                    • Buy @ what price???
                      1
                      • Cant miss at the momemt even if it dips just buy more. Long term its easy money
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                      • at these levels any price you get in is good if you have a long term view
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