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AIB Group plc (A5G.IR)

Irish - Irish Delayed price. Currency in EUR
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5.13+0.07 (+1.38%)
At close: 04:30PM IST
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Previous close5.06
Bid5.15 x 0
Ask5.15 x 0
Day's range5.05 - 5.16
52-week range3.63 - 5.27
Avg. volume4,895,509
Market cap12.417B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.69
PE ratio (TTM)6.75
EPS (TTM)0.76
Earnings date02 Aug 2024
Forward dividend & yield0.27 (5.18%)
Ex-dividend date21 Mar 2024
1y target est3.57
  • Reuters

    Irish bank AIB targets 70% green lending by 2030

    Irish bank AIB Group has set a target for 70% of new lending to be for environmentally friendly projects or to speed transition to a greener economy, it said on Monday, up from 20% so far this year. To achieve its goal, the bank has tripled the money allocated for green lending to 30 billion euros ($32.7 billion) from 2024 to 2030. AIB, one of Ireland's two largest lenders, said it is on track to exhaust its existing 10 billion euro climate action fund by the end of the year, meeting a target set when it last boosted the fund two years ago.

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    Ireland to cut AIB stake to 41% in latest share sale

    DUBLIN (Reuters) -The Irish government received more than enough demand to cover the sale of a further 5% stake in AIB Group by way of a placing to institutional investors that will cut its stake in the bank to just under 41%, one of the joint bookrunners said. The country's finance ministry said on Monday it planned to sell 131 million shares in an accelerated placement, reducing its stake in one of Ireland's two remaining partly state-owned lenders to 40.8% from about 45.8%. Dublin began selling shares in AIB for the first time since a 2017 IPO just under two years ago and in June cut its stake to below 50% for the first time since effectively nationalising the bank more than a decade ago.

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    Irish bank AIB lifts guidance for third time this year

    Irish bank AIB Group lifted its full-year income guidance for the third time this year on Wednesday after a higher interest rate environment contributed to a "very strong" third quarter that it expects to continue in the final three months. AIB, one of three high street left lenders in Ireland after two other rival banks exited the market, said its total income in the first nine months of the year increased by 70%, with net interest income (NII) up 95% year-on-year. It increased its net interest margin (NIM) forecast to above 3% from 2.70% and expects return on tangible equity (ROTE) in excess of 20% this year, well above its medium-term target of above 13%.