Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Acacia Mining Plc LSE:ACA London Ordinary Share GB00B61D2N63 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 234.00 234.60 235.40 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 520.5 75.8 11.3 22.2 960

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Credit Agricole SA's (ACA.FR) said Tuesday that it would acquire a majority stake in fintech company Linxo Group. The French bank didn't disclose financial details, but said it would own more than 85% in Linxo Group following the transaction. Linxo Group specializes in bank data aggregation and payment initiation. Credit Agricole said the transaction is awaiting the green light from the French Prudential Supervisory and Resolution Authority. Write to Mauro Orru at mauro.orru@wsj.com; @MauroOrru94 (END) Dow Jones Newswires January 28, 2020 02:27 ET (07:27 GMT)
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The corporate and investment banking arm of Credit Agricole SA(ACA.FR) said Friday that it has joined the Hydrogen Council as it works toward helping its clients adopt clean hydrogen as an energy source. The bank said it will be part of an investor group within the Hydrogen Council, a coalition of CEOs working to increase investment in the development and commercialization of hydrogen. It said its role will be to support projects and finance and advise new players. Hydrogen doesn't release carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere when burned with oxygen and can be used to power different types of transportation. According to the Hydrogen Council, 18% of the global energy demand could be met by hydrogen by 2050, which would reduce GHG emissions by 20% of the amount required to reach the Paris Agreement goals. However, additional investments of $25 billion a year for 10 years are needed to achieve this, the Hydrogen Council says. Write to Maitane Sardon at maitane.sardon@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires January 24, 2020 05:41 ET (10:41 GMT)
Crédit Agricole : The long term upward trend could suffer in the short term share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook share via e-mail 01/21/2020 | 07:48am GMT short sell Live Entry price : 12.77€ | Target : 12.15€ | Stop-loss : 13.11€ | Potential : 4.86% The breach of the resistance zone around 13.11 EUR seems hard to achieve. The most probable scenario therefore seems to be one in which a short term correction takes place for shares in Crédit Agricole. Investors should open a short trade and target the € 12.15. Crédit Agricole : Crédit Agricole : The long term upward trend could suffer in the short term Strengths The group's activity appears highly profitable thanks to its outperforming net margins. The group usually releases upbeat results with huge surprise rates. The equity is one of the most attractive in the market with regard to earnings multiple-based valuation. The company is one of the best yield companies with high dividend expectations. For the last 4 months, the company has been enjoying highly positive EPS revisions, which were frequently and significantly raised. Analysts have a positive opinion on this stock. Average consensus recommends overweighting or purchasing the stock. The tendency within the weekly time frame is positive above the technical support level at 11.13 EUR Weaknesses Stock prices approach a strong long-term resistance in weekly data at EUR 13.11. The stock is currently in contact with a medium-term resistance that must be gotten rid of so as to resume the upward trend. According to forecast, a sluggish sales growth is expected for the next fiscal years. For the past seven days, analysts have been lowering their EPS expectations for the company.
Crédit Agricole advances in achieving its medium-term objectives Credit Agricole (EU: ACA) Intraday Stock Chart Today: Thursday, January 16, 2020 More graphics from the Credit Agricole Stock Exchange PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones) - The partial dismantling of the Switch guarantee mechanism shows that Crédit Agricole is moving towards the objectives set in its medium-term plan, says Jefferies. The French bank announced that it would dismantle 35% of this mechanism in March, under which it transfers part of the prudential requirements applying to Crédit Agricole SA's insurance activities to the regional mutuals in exchange for remuneration. "The transaction itself is not a surprise since management has committed to dismantling half of the guarantee by 2022. However, the execution of the project on time shows that Crédit Agricole is making good progress the objectives of his plan for 2022, "comments Jefferies. Crédit Agricole SA shares gained 0.04% to 12.77 euros on Thursday morning. -Pietro Lombardi, Dow Jones Newswires (French version Valérie Venck) ed: ECH Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires January 16, 2020 03:58 ET (08:58 GMT)
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Credit Agricole, AXA Buy European Locomotive Leasing From KKR 16/01/2020 8:47am Dow Jones News Credit Agricole (EU:ACA) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Thursday 16 January 2020 Click Here for more Credit Agricole Charts. By Cristina Roca Credit Agricole SA (ACA.FR) said Thursday that its insurance arm and AXA SA's (CS.FR) real-assets investment unit have jointly bought European Locomotive Leasing from KKR & Co. Inc. (KKR). ELL has a fleet of over 150 locomotives that it leases to more than 20 clients across Europe for freight transportation. Financial details weren't disclosed. The transaction is part of Credit Agricole's strategy to contribute to the energy transition and a low-carbon economy through its investments, the bank said. Write to Cristina Roca at cristina.roca@dowjones.com; @_cristinaroca (END) Dow Jones Newswires January 16, 2020 03:32 ET (08:32 GMT)
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14 Feb 2020 Fourth quarter and full-year 2019 results Quiet period - Equity only: 17 January 2020
Credit Agricole Sa: Crédit Agricole S.A. unwinds 35% of the “Switch” guarantee mechanism share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook share via e-mail 0 01/15/2020 | 08:15pm GMT Montrouge, 15 January 2020 Crédit Agricole S.A. unwinds 35% of the “Switch” guarantee mechanism On 2 March 2020, Crédit Agricole S.A. will unwind1 35% of the “Switch” guarantee mechanism implemented between the Regional Banks and Crédit Agricole S.A, less than a year after the disclosure of its Medium Term Plan, in which it committed to unwind half of this guarantee by 2022. The “Switch” guarantee mechanism corresponds to a transfer to the Regional Banks of a share of the regulatory requirements that apply to Crédit Agricole S.A. for its insurance activities in return for a fixed remuneration. The partial unwinding of this intragroup transaction is a new step towards the simplification of the solvency structure of Crédit Agricole S.A. It strengthens the net income generation capacity of Crédit Agricole S.A., with an accretive impact on the net income Group share of 58 million euros in 2020 and roughly 70 million euros in full year. The impact of this transaction on the CET1 ratio of Crédit Agricole S.A. will be approximately -40 basis points from 31 March 2020. Crédit Agricole confirms its 11% CET1 target set out in the Medium Term Plan for Crédit Agricole S.A., a level that compares favourably with the 8.7% SREP requirement. Crédit Agricole S.A., as the central body of Crédit Agricole Group, also benefits fully from the legal internal financial solidarity mechanism. This transaction will have no impact on the results nor on the solvency ratios of Crédit Agricole Group. Crédit Agricole S.A. press contacts Charlotte de Chavagnac + 33 (0)1 57 72 11 17 charlotte.dechavagnac@credit-agricole-sa.fr Olivier Tassain + 33 (0)1 43 23 25 41 olivier.tassain@credit-agricole-sa.fr All our press releases are available at: www.credit-agricole.com – www.creditagricole.info 1 The transaction is subject to the audit of the absence of decrease of the equity-accounted value of insurance during the second semester 2019, this will be performed in the disclosure of the 2019 financial statements.
1/3/2020 | 10:04 Still buying on the Credit Agricole file, Citi raised its price target from 12.5 to 14.4 euros this morning, in the wake of updating its forecasts. Analysts say 'they have taken into account the latest trends in the banking sector', which has led them to marginally adjust their earnings per share forecasts. However, their scenario now takes into account the outlook for the green bank by 2023.
PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones) - Crédit Agricole SA announced Tuesday an impairment of goodwill on its subsidiary LCL in the amount of around 600 million euros. "This impairment, not deductible, will be recorded in the consolidated financial statements for the fourth quarter of 2019 and will directly impact the group share of net income," said the listed entity of the Crédit Agricole banking group in a press release. However, this charge will not affect the solvency of Crédit Agricole SA or the Crédit Agricole group, goodwill already being fully deducted from prudential equity, or their liquidity, said the bank. This depreciation will not affect the underlying result of Crédit Agricole SA or the Crédit Agricole group, nor the tangible net assets. "It also does not question its dividend policy," added the financial institution. Crédit Agricole SA justified its decision by "the current macroeconomic and financial environment in which LCL operates [which] weighed on its value in use and resulted in the recognition of an impairment of goodwill". The group however confirmed the financial objectives set for LCL by 2022, noting that "LCL's activity is also dynamic, with a net conquest of 49,000 customers in the first nine months of 2019 and good growth in outstandings and of customer equipment. " -François Berthon, Agefi-Dow Jones; +33 (0) 1 41 27 47 93; fberthon@agefi.fr ed: LBO Agefi-Dow Jones The financial newswire (END) Dow Jones Newswires December 17, 2019 12:49 ET (17:49 GMT)
Crédit Agricole : Resistance levels that will be difficult to break share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook share via e-mail 11/28/2019 | 09:09am GMT short sell Live Entry price : 12.545€ | Target : 11.8€ | Stop-loss : 13€ | Potential : 5.94% After the strong price increase that has been seen over the past few weeks, it appears opportune to anticipate a correction phase for shares in Crédit Agricole, as the resistance around 12.73 EUR approaches. Investors should open a short trade and target the € 11.8. Crédit Agricole : Crédit Agricole : Resistance levels that will be difficult to break Strengths Margins returned by the company are among the highest on the stock exchange list. Its core activity clears big profits. Historically, the company has been releasing figures that are above expectations. Its low valuation, with P/E ratio at 8.67 and 9.02 for the ongoing fiscal year and 2020 respectively, makes the stock pretty attractive with regard to earnings multiples. This company will be of major interest to investors in search of a high dividend stock. For the last few months, EPS revisions have remained quite promising. Analysts now anticipate higher profitability levels than before. Analysts covering this company mostly recommend stock overweighting or purchase. The tendency within the weekly time frame is positive above the technical support level at 11 EUR Weaknesses Stock prices approach a strong long-term resistance in weekly data at EUR 13.95. The stock is currently in contact with a medium-term resistance that must be gotten rid of so as to resume the upward trend. With relatively low growth outlooks, the group is not among those with the highest revenue growth potential.
25/11/2019 | 6:35 p.m. Paris (awp / afp) - Crédit Agricole announced Monday the finalization of the sale of 6% of its shares in the Saudi bank Banque Saudi Fransi (BSF), this operation to bring it about 510 million euros. This transaction, announced in the spring, is in addition to the sale of 4.9% stake in BSF, which had already reported some 440 million euros to the French banking group when it closed at the end of April. In total, these disposals will improve by more than 15 basis points the ratio of "hard" capital - which represents the capital reserves made to face the hardships - of Crédit Agricole SA, the listed entity of the mutual group. In detail, the investment fund Ripplewood Advisors has bought back 6% of the capital of BSF at a price of 30.00 Saudi riyals per share. Crédit Agricole CIB, the Group's finance and investment bank, now holds a 4% stake in the Saudi bank. The subsidiary "will opportunistically evaluate the options to sell this residual stake," it said in a statement. afp / fr
Crédit Agricole: RBC remains in sectorial performance with a price target raised from 13.50 to 14.50 EUR.
19/11/2019 | 10:56 UBS raised its recommendation of Neutral to BUY and its price target of 11 euros to 13.40 euros on Crédit Agricole. For the consulting firm, Crédit Agricole's relatively low interest rate sensitivity, strong commercial momentum and comfortable capital ratios are key competitive advantages in a world where rates may remain low for some time to come. where regulatory risks are imminent. The increase in the price target reflects the use of higher valuation multiples for insurance activities and Italian activities following the revaluation of its peers, a higher level of solvency following the tax settlement of 1 billion euros and a higher market valuation for Amundi's stake. AOF
CRÉDIT AGRICOLE - Berenberg raises its price target to 10 euros against 8.60 euros.
Https://uk.finance.yahoo.com/video/credit-agricole-dividend-policy-won-105151765.html Credit Agricole Dividend Policy Won’t Change Mid-Term, CFO Says [Bloomberg UK] Bloomberg UK8 November 2019 Nov.08 -- Jerome Grivet, chief financial officer at Credit Agricole, discusses third-quarter results and dividend policy, adapting to negative rates, and the prospect of a European banking union. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
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Credit Agricole SA's (ACA.FR) third-quarter net profit rose 8.9% on growing revenue, surpassing analysts' expectations. Net profit for the period was 1.20 billion euros ($1.33 billion) compared with EUR1.10 billion a year earlier, France's second largest listed bank by assets said Friday. Revenue grew 4.8% to EUR5.03 billion. Analysts had expected a net profit of EUR1.14 billion on revenue of EUR5.02 billion, according to a consensus forecast provided by FactSet. Credit Agricole's core Tier 1 ratio, a key measure of capital strength, edged up to 11.7% in September from 11.6% in June. Write to Pietro Lombardi at pietro.lombardi@dowjones.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires November 08, 2019 01:19 ET (06:19 GMT)
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Europe's Banks Confront Harsh Reality -- WSJ share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook share via e-mail 0 11/01/2019 | 06:48am GMT As low rates squeeze profit margins, lenders rush to keep up with U.S. rivals By Patricia Kowsmann Ultralow interest rates and political and economic uncertainty are forcing Europe's banks to confront an imperative they have been slow to respond to: cut costs fast or risk falling even further behind U.S. rivals. As the latest quarterly earnings season draws to a close, evidence is mounting that banks in Europe are trying to react as low rates continue to squeeze profits and competition from U.S. banks bites deeper. The answer for most is downsizing, cost-cutting, refocusing or some combination of those. Deutsche Bank AG, arguably the world's most troubled bank, is undergoing deep changes, shedding many of its global ambitions to focus more on German companies. London-based HSBC Holdings PLC is pulling back in commercial banking and investment banking in low-growth Europe. UBS Group AG, which focuses on wealthy clients out of Switzerland, is on a cost-reduction drive and a structural overhaul that will see its investment banking unit double down on those wealthy customers. And many banks across the Continent are either already charging customers on their deposits or considering doing so. Several banks said in third-quarter earnings that they were abandoning previously set financial targets after results came in below expectations, a sign their most recent efforts may not be enough. "When you can't find a way to grow revenue, all you can do is cut costs and find ways to be more effective," said Tom Kinmonth, a fixed income strategist at Dutch bank ABN AMRO Bank NV. Interest rates have been low in Europe for years, as the European Central Bank tried to use the tool to incentivize companies and households to spend. But as economies around the Continent started showing signs of a downturn, the ECB was forced to double-down on the strategy, setting the stage for a low-rates environment for years to come. The ECB's key deposit rate is currently minus 0.5%. That has created a twisted world for banks in which deposits, usually their lifeblood, have become a headache. The Association of German Banks estimates that its banks, which tend to park a lot of excess liquidity with the ECB, will pay EUR1.9 billion yearly because of the negative rate. "It has always been a matter of fact that for banks, the more deposits the merrier," Mr. Kinmonth said. "Now that idea has been turned upside down." Banks in Germany, Switzerland and Spain have started charging corporate and rich clients for their deposits. Credit Suisse Group AG will soon start charging customers with over CHF 2 million in deposits a 0.75% interest rate. Dutch lender ING Groep NV, which offers many services for free, said one of the options it is considering is introducing some fees. In Denmark, at its second-largest bank, Jyske Bank, anyone with deposits above roughly EUR100,000 is being charged 0.75% interest. "Interest rates have been negative for so long, we just got to a point we had to pass them," a Jyske spokesman said. While charging customers helps, it isn't enough. So banks are also looking for ways to attract depositors to make investments that generate fees for the banks. ING, for instance, has teamed with French insurer AXA SA to offer insurance products to customers. The pain has banks casting around for creative solutions. Earlier this year, UBS and Deutsche Bank explored forging an unusual alliance of their investment-banking operations, as they sought ways to save costs and increase their scale to better compete with U.S. banks, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the discussions. A deal never coalesced. JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. have both taken advantage of the weakness of Europe's banks to expand across the Continent. One tie-up that did go through was between Spain's Banco Santander SA and France's Credit Agricole SA, which earlier this year said they would combine their custody and asset-servicing operations, creating a EUR3.34 trillion custodian business with more scale to compete. "Banks are looking more into cost-efficiency and into finding a new business model that allows for better cross-selling opportunities," said Marco Troiano, deputy head of the banks team at rating agency Scope Ratings. Deutsche Bank, for instance, said it would eliminate about 18,000 jobs -- roughly one in five full-time employees -- by 2022. HSBC, which Monday posted a 24% fall in net profit in the third quarter, has embarked on another round of restructuring that will also see staff cuts and the bank leaving some operations, including its large retail banking in France. German lender Commerzbank AG is seeking to unload its profitable Polish unit, something unthinkable until recently. Banks that have done big overhauls in recent years are already better off. Mr. Kinmonth cited Credit Suisse, which four years ago decided to scale back investment banking and focus on its wealthy clients. Shares of Credit Suisse are up more than 12% this year, while UBS shares are flat. "This difficult environment is an opportunity for the European banking system to restructure," Mr. Troiano said. "Sooner or later they may be facing competition from a large technology company such as Amazon or Facebook, and they must be ready to compete with them." Julie Steinberg and Jenny Strasburg contributed to this article. Write to Patricia Kowsmann at patricia.kowsmann@wsj.com
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25/09/2019 | 11:04 sale In progress Entrance course: 10.71 € | Objective: € 10 | Stop: 11.49 € | Potential: 6.63% The upward movement observed recently shows signs of slowing down and offers good timing for the implementation of a short-term selling strategy. We will be able to position ourselves for the sale to aim the 10 €. CRÉDIT AGRICOLE Chart Duration: Period: Crédit Agricole: Crédit Agricole technical analysis chart | Stock Exchange area Full screen graphic Strong points ● The company's business is very profitable with high net margins. ● Generally, the company publishes above consensus analysts with generally positive surprise rates. ● The company is one of the most attractive in the market in terms of valuation based on multiples of results. ● The company is part of the yield values ​​with a relatively large expected dividend. ● The analysts covering the file mainly recommend buying or overweighting the stock. ● The gap between current prices and the average price target of the analysts covering the file is relatively large and implies a significant appreciation potential. Weak points ● The expected evolution of turnover suggests poor growth over the next few years.
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