|Bid||0.00 x 28000|
|Ask||0.00 x 29200|
|Day's range||14.36 - 14.56|
|52-week range||14.31 - 20.58|
|PE ratio (TTM)||9.78|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.72 (4.88%)|
|1y target est||21.00|
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China’s Belt and Road campaign could increase global trade by as much as 12 percent by halving trading costs for countries involved in the sprawling initiative, according to an economist at ING Groep NV. The BRI will have a significant impact on transport and trade facilitation expenses, both of which are large factors in final trading costs, Joanna Konings, senior economist for international trade analysis with ING in Holland, said in a June 6 report. “Trade between Asia and Europe, not including trade between EU countries, accounts for 28 percent of world trade, so making those trade flows easier has a large potential impact,” Konings said in the report.
Going green is more than just a question of morality at ING Groep NV. The Dutch bank writes sustainability-linked loans that typically knock off between 5 percent and 10 percent of the cost of capital if the borrower reduces its impact on the environment, according to Leonie Schreve, global head of sustainable finance at ING in Amsterdam. “This used to be a space for CEOs, sustainability teams,” Schreve said.
While the nation’s benchmark yields had biggest monthly jump in May since records began in 1993, they are “still pretty low” for Andrew Balls, chief investment officer for global fixed income at Pacific Investment Management Co. The firm has had an underweight position on Italy’s debt, he said, as political and market uncertainties persist. “Anyone who’s got a clear idea on Italy over the next couple of years are a lot smarter than we are,” Balls said in a Bloomberg Television interview. The political upheaval in Rome that brought the euro’s very existence into question saw the spreads between Italian and German bond yields to surge beyond 300 basis points on Tuesday, the widest since 2013.
When a quartet of German and British finance professionals started their computer-driven asset management offering 28 months ago, they were joining a crowded field. Now their startup, Scalable Capital, has amassed 1 billion euros ($1.2 billion) in assets under management, the company said Tuesday, joining the ranks of the largest independent firms. One reason why: Scalable Capital wasn’t shy about joining forces with the investment giants robo-advisers are supposed to be disrupting.
Investors looking to trade the pound after the Bank of England decision on Thursday may just need to answer one simple question: are all the policy makers singing from the same hymn sheet? While money markets are betting officials will keep their stance on hold at this meeting, investors will look for any split among Monetary Policy Committee members to determine the chances of an interest-rate increase later this year.
ING Groep NV made less money from fees and commissions in the first quarter, setting back Chief Executive Officer Ralph Hamers’s plan to reduce reliance on lending. The 3.1 percent decline in net commission income from a year earlier overshadowed a quarter in which the company attracted 400,000 new clients and posted net income that beat analysts’ estimates. While fees at ING are dwarfed by income from lending, also known as interest income, they are a key part of Hamers’s effort to grow in areas and markets that are more resilient to the ultra-low interest rates that plague Europe’s lenders.
Eastern European currencies’ attempt to rebound from this week’s losses floundered as the European Commission submitted a proposal to cut funding to the countries in the bloc’s new budget period. The European Union’s plans to cut funding to the region ended a brief recovery in the Polish zloty and Hungarian forint, which held close to the weakest levels in months against the euro following Tuesday’s thin-liquidity driven sell-off. “The rally in usually quiet euro-central eastern European currency crosses has been stunning over the last week,” said Kiran Kowshik, a currency strategist at UniCredit SpA in London.
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ING Groep NV paid women in the U.K. an average of 43 percent less than its male employees last year, and the difference is likely to widen in 2018.
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Credit Suisse's (CS) CEO remains confident that the company's three-year restructuring plan (ending in 2018) will improve its performance and deliver profits in years ahead.
Oil risks sliding back under $60 a barrel as a surge in U.S. shipments to Asia threatens to undermine a deal between OPEC and its allies, according to ING Groep NV.
Every day, dozens of oil tankers -- some as long as five football fields -- set sail for ports around the world carrying millions of barrels of crude and a piece of paper that generations of sea captains ...
Bitfinex, the digital-currency exchange being scrutinized by the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, opened an account with ING Groep NV after losing its relationship with Wells Fargo & Co. last ...
Brexit may be back on the agenda for the pound, but that doesn’t mean the currency will plummet, according to ING Groep NV.