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Credit Suisse Group AG (CSX1.F)

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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4.1000-0.1200 (-2.84%)
At close: 07:36PM CEST
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Previous close4.2200
Bid4.1200 x 140000
Ask4.3400 x 140000
Day's range3.8800 - 4.2800
52-week range3.8800 - 9.6000
Avg. volume570
Market cap10.553B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.57
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.6530
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.10 (1.96%)
Ex-dividend date09 May 2022
1y target est9.76
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  • Financial Times

    Credit Suisse loses top dealmaker to Citigroup

    Credit Suisse has lost one of its most senior remaining dealmakers to Citigroup, as the beleaguered Swiss lender prepares for a major restructuring of its investment bank after a series of scandals. Jens Welter is quitting Credit Suisse less than nine months after being named co-head of global banking, ending a 27-year career with the Swiss bank where he became known as a top adviser to consumer companies such as Nestlé. Welter will join Citi as its new co-head of European investment banking and also become chair of its consumer and retail advisory business, which works with the largest companies in those sectors globally.

  • Reuters

    Credit Suisse loses top executives Welter and McCarthy

    ZURICH (Reuters) -Credit Suisse announced the departure of two senior executives, global co-head of banking Jens Welter and global head of global credit products Daniel McCarthy, in memos seen by Reuters, in a blow to the Swiss bank as it gets ready for a major restructuring. Shaken by a string of scandals and losses, Switzerland's second-largest bank is currently preparing a strategy review including a radical overhaul of its investment bank. The bank said that Welter, its global co-head of banking and EMEA co-head of investment banking and capital markets (IBCM), had decided to leave the bank.