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Credit Agricole SA (CAGR.PA)

CAGR.PA on Paris Stock Exchange

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About

Credit Agricole SA is a France-based banking group that offers banking and insurance services through a network of regional, local banks and its branches. The Bank's principal lines of business include Retail Banking, which includes French retail banking and International retail banking; Specialized Financial Services, which... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.39
Market Cap(Mil.): €44,157.31
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 2,846.10
Dividend: 0.60
Yield (%): 3.87

Financials

  CAGR.PA Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 17.29 19.15 19.25
EPS (TTM): 0.90 -- --
ROI: -- 0.00 0.44
ROE: 4.47 16.26 15.61

Investment banking weakness hits Credit Agricole's second quarter profits

PARIS Credit Agricole , France's second-largest bank by market capitalisation, posted a sharp fall in second quarter profits on Friday, dragged down by a poor performance in its investment banking business.

02 Aug 2019

UPDATE 2-Investment banking weakness hits Credit Agricole's Q2 profits

* Credit Agricole shares fall 4.3% (Adds detail and background)

02 Aug 2019

Credit Agricole's corporate and investment banking unit weigh on profitability

PARIS, Aug 2 Credit Agricole, France's second-largest bank in terms of market capitalization, said on Friday that a weak performance at its corporate and investment unit had weighed on its profits during the second quarter.

02 Aug 2019

Exclusive: HSBC lands top adviser role in Qatar for first time since Gulf row - sources

DUBAI/DOHA HSBC has been hired by Qatari state-controlled port operator QTerminals to coordinate a planned $500 million (394 million pounds) loan, sources said, the bank's first mandate as top adviser for a deal in Qatar since a row erupted between Doha and its neighbours.

21 Jun 2019

Exclusive: HSBC lands top adviser role in Qatar for first time since Gulf row - sources

DUBAI/DOHA HSBC has been hired by Qatari state-controlled port operator QTerminals to coordinate a planned $500 million loan, sources said, the bank's first mandate as top adviser for a deal in Qatar since a row erupted between Doha and its neighbors.

21 Jun 2019

EXCLUSIVE-HSBC lands top adviser role in Qatar for first time since Gulf row - sources

DUBAI/DOHA, June 21 HSBC has been hired by Qatari state-controlled port operator QTerminals to coordinate a planned $500 million loan, sources said, the bank's first mandate as top adviser for a deal in Qatar since a row erupted between Doha and its neighbours.

21 Jun 2019

EXCLUSIVE-HSBC gets top adviser role in Qatar for first time since Gulf row - sources

DUBAI/DOHA, June 20 HSBC has been hired by a state-controlled port operator in Qatar, QTerminals, to coordinate a $500 million loan, sources familiar with the matter said, securing its first mandate as top adviser for a deal in Qatar since a regional rift between Doha and its neighbours erupted.

20 Jun 2019

French bank Credit Agricole forecasts slower profit growth

PARIS Credit Agricole, France's second-largest listed bank, on Thursday said profit growth would slow over the next four years, adopting a cautious outlook in the face of low interest rates and a potential deterioration in its loan portfolio.

06 Jun 2019

UPDATE 2-French bank Credit Agricole forecasts slower profit growth

PARIS, June 6 Credit Agricole, France's second-largest listed bank, on Thursday said profit growth would slow over the next four years, adopting a cautious outlook in the face of low interest rates and a potential deterioration in its loan portfolio.

06 Jun 2019

Credit Agricole CEO says no pressure, no need to grow via M&A

PARIS Credit Agricole's Chief Executive Philippe Brassac said his bank will focus on organic growth in the coming three years as it has no pressure or need to expand through acquisitions.

06 Jun 2019
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