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Emirates NBD Bank PJSC (ENBD.DU)

ENBD.DU on Dubai Financial Market

25 Aug 2019
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Emirates NBD Bank PJSC is a United Arab Emirates-based bank, which is engaged in the provision of banking services. . The Bank is organized into five business segments: the Corporate banking segment offers structured financing, current and savings accounts, customer deposits, overdrafts, trade finance and term loans for... (more)


Beta: 0.83
Market Cap(Mil.): DHs. 45,851.64
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 5,557.77
Dividend: 0.40
Yield (%): 4.85


  ENBD.DU Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 6.72 19.15 19.25
EPS (TTM): 1.23 -- --
ROI: -- 0.00 0.44
ROE: 12.78 16.26 15.61

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07 Apr 2019

Dubai's Emirates NBD to buy Turkey's Denizbank for $2.8 billion in revised deal

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03 Apr 2019

Emirates NBD reaches new agreement to buy Turkey's Denizbank for $2.77 bln

DUBAI, April 3 Dubai's largest lender Emirates NBD Bank has reached a new agreement to buy Turkey's Denizbank from Russia's state-owned Sberbank for 15.48 billion lira ($2.77 billion).

03 Apr 2019
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