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Income Statements: Nedbank Group Ltd (NEDJ.J)

NEDJ.J on Johannesburg Stock Exchange

25,584.00ZAc
25 Jun 2019
Change (% chg)

-439.00 (-1.69%)
Prev Close
26,023.00
Open
26,034.00
Day's High
26,279.00
Day's Low
25,548.00
Volume
838,032
Avg. Vol
1,513,067
52-wk High
29,396.00
52-wk Low
22,358.00

Interim Income Statement
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In Millions ofRand
(except for per share items)
2018
2018-12-31

2018-12-31
Period Length
6 Months
Interest Income, Bank 38,225.0
Total Interest Expense 23,412.0
Net Interest Income 14,813.0
Loan Loss Provision 1,873.0
Net Interest Inc. After Loan Loss Prov. 12,940.0
Non-Interest Income, Bank 14,061.0
Non-Interest Expense, Bank (17,452.0)
Net Income Before Taxes 9,549.0
Provision for Income Taxes 2,416.0
Net Income After Taxes 7,133.0
Minority Interest (274.0)
Equity In Affiliates --
U.S. GAAP Adjustment --
Net Income Before Extra. Items 6,859.0
Accounting Change --
Discontinued Operations --
Extraordinary Item --
Tax on Extraordinary Items --
Net Income 6,859.0
Preferred Dividends --
General Partners' Distributions --
Miscellaneous Earnings Adjustment (141.0)
Pro Forma Adjustment --
Interest Adjustment - Primary EPS --
Income Available to Com Excl ExtraOrd 6,718.0
Income Available to Com Incl ExtraOrd 6,718.0
Basic Weighted Average Shares 483.77
Basic EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items 13.887
Basic EPS Including Extraordinary Items 13.887
Dilution Adjustment --
Diluted Weighted Average Shares 494.37
Diluted EPS Excluding ExtraOrd Items 13.589
Diluted EPS Including ExtraOrd Items 13.589
DPS - Common Stock Primary Issue 7.200
Gross Dividends - Common Stock --
Total Special Items 110.0
Normalized Income Before Taxes 9,659.0
Effect of Special Items on Income Taxes 27.8
Inc Tax Ex Impact of Sp Items 2,443.8
Normalized Income After Taxes 7,215.2
Normalized Inc. Avail to Com. 6,800.2
Basic Normalized EPS 14.057
Diluted Normalized EPS 13.755
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