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Macquarie Group Limited (MQBKY)

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128.03-1.36 (-1.05%)
At close: 03:19PM EDT
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Previous close129.39
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range128.03 - 133.59
52-week range100.27 - 133.85
Avg. volume8,338
Market cap49.301B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.12
PE ratio (TTM)17.83
EPS (TTM)7.18
Earnings date03 May 2024
Forward dividend & yield4.71 (3.93%)
Ex-dividend date14 Nov 2023
1y target est118.80
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    Macquarie eyes rise of protectionism in upcoming US, EU elections

    The potential for protectionist policies to win out in U.S. and European Union elections this year is a risk for business and is being closely watched by global financial conglomerate Macquarie Group, its CEO Shemara Wikramanayake said on Tuesday. "The outcomes there could impact what we're seeing in the world, whether people are focused on multilateral relationships and trade or more inwardly focused," she said at the Macquarie Australia Conference in Sydney. Wikramanayake said it was likely incumbent Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi would win re-election but European Parliament elections next month and U.S. elections in November were still up in the air.