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Capital One Financial Corporation (CFX.F)

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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111.92+1.24 (+1.12%)
As of 08:04AM CET. Market open.
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Previous close110.68
Bid109.54 x 40000
Ask109.72 x 40000
Day's range111.92 - 111.92
52-week range82.40 - 139.00
Avg. volume31
Market cap42.942B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.49
PE ratio (TTM)6.81
EPS (TTM)16.43
Earnings date24 Apr 2023 - 28 Apr 2023
Forward dividend & yield2.20 (1.99%)
Ex-dividend date03 Feb 2023
1y target est182.85
  • Motley Fool

    For a Pure-Play Credit Card Lender, Capital One Is Building a Solid Deposit Franchise

    One of the most important things when it comes to evaluating a bank stock is its deposit base. While they may not be thought of as traditional banks, credit card companies like Capital One (NYSE: COF) do hold bank charters. While Capital One is not a league leader or anything in the banking industry, I've been impressed at how the bank has been building its deposit base.

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    Capital One May Look Cheap, but I'm Not Buying

    Up 30% from December's low, it would be easy to assume shares of Capital One Financial (NYSE: COF) are shaking off 2022's miserable performance. Further bolstering this bullish case for Capital One stock is its unusually low forward-looking price-to-earnings ratio of 7.6, one of the lowest among the major names of the financial sector, in fact. In the long run, Capital One Financial as a company will be fine.

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    Capital One Just Saw a Spike in Loan Losses. Should Investors Be Worried?

    The credit card specialist Capital One (NYSE: COF) is not immune. Bank management reported a solid spike in loan losses, as well as a rise in delinquencies in its fourth-quarter earnings results. Capital One saw about $1.4 billion of net charge-offs in the fourth quarter, which looks at debt unlikely to be collected and is a good indicator of actual loan losses.