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Sberbank of Russia (SBER.ME)

MCX - MCX Real-time price. Currency in RUB
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133.30+0.21 (+0.16%)
At close: 06:49PM MSK
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Previous close133.09
Bid134.18 x 390000
Ask132.00 x 163000
Day's range130.90 - 133.98
52-week range89.59 - 388.11
Avg. volume8,561,637
Market cap3.003T
Beta (5Y monthly)1.06
PE ratio (TTM)2.34
EPS (TTM)56.88
Earnings date07 Jun 2022
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date11 May 2021
1y target est433.52
  • Reuters

    EU to add Sberbank, Russian metals baron to sanctions list

    The EU is set to add Russia's top lender Sberbank and the head of giant zinc and copper firm UMMC to its list of individuals and companies banned for supporting Moscow's invasion of Ukraine, according to draft documents seen by Reuters. The 48 individuals and nine entities to be added to the sanctions list, prepared by the EU foreign affairs service, also include a motorcycle club, actors, politicians and family members of previously sanctioned businesspeople. Adding Sberbank would freeze its assets in the West and completely prevent transactions with the exception of financial operations for the trade in food and fertiliser, an EU official told Reuters.

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    Watchdog lets Sberbank Swiss unit pay creditors, points to sale

    ZURICH (Reuters) -Swiss financial market supervisor FINMA will temporarily allow the Swiss arm of Russian state lender Sberbank to repay non-sanctioned creditors, it said on Friday, as it pointed to a potential sale or change of ownership of the Russian-owned bank. "FINMA is enabling Sberbank (Switzerland) AG to settle due claims of its creditors and make corresponding payments from 1 to 5 July 2022," FINMA said in a statement, adding that would not include repayments to sanctioned persons or to parent company Sberbank Russia.

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    How Russia's war blindsided the world of ESG investing

    Russia's invasion of Ukraine has exposed a gap in socially-minded investing – a hands-off approach to geopolitics and human rights. Before Moscow sent troops into Ukraine on Feb. 24, Sberbank, a Kremlin-backed bank already the target of international sanctions, enjoyed higher ratings for environmental, social and governance (ESG) risks than some western lenders. MSCI Inc and Sustainalytics improved their ESG scores for Russia's largest lender last year as recently as December, citing factors such as improved data privacy.