Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Banco Santander S.a. LSE:BNC London Ordinary Share ES0113900J37 ORD EUR0.50 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 288.20 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
284.50 284.90
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Banks 29,857.83 10,614.37 30.63 9.3 30,372
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 288.20 GBX

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2021-06-24 16:32:46284.221,5804,490.72O
2021-06-24 15:53:25288.2348138.35O
2021-06-24 15:35:02288.206,31318,194.07UT
2021-06-24 15:29:55284.85180512.73AT
2021-06-24 15:29:04284.4560170.67AT
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Banco Santander Daily Update: Banco Santander S.a. is listed in the Banks sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BNC. The last closing price for Banco Santander was 288.20p.
Banco Santander S.a. has a 4 week average price of 276.30p and a 12 week average price of 239.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 302p while the 1 year low share price is currently 137.80p.
There are currently 10,538,680,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 757,733 shares. The market capitalisation of Banco Santander S.a. is £30,372,475,760.
mike24: Times, "My rent is £1600mth but banks say I can't afford that on a mortgage" even with a decent deposit,average renters in uk pay around 32% of their salary(£31k,yr) recent average UK rent £824, average FTB mortgage repayments £753 a big safe market bnc should cash in on, if long term rental data taken into consideration on m/applications 12/5 share price going in right direction now, nai
wad collector: From the FT .
rose_by_another_name: The line for the rights disappeared from my account today, but no extra shares have appeared in the line for my share holding.
crazi: How can you say it's getting nothing - you really need to explain that one in some detail??? You get 1 free share for every 23 you hold. They are being handed out on the 10th/11th. They went Ex at 215 dropped to 205 to cover the additional issue and then started climbing again - so built in the price long ago now and BNC still hold the Capital making Teir 1 ratios even stronger. All good :-) And those free shares are now worth over 250 so a really great approach by BNC for their Investors during the Divi ban... All the other banks should have done the same thing so well done BNC...
crazi: I find it strange that PI's investing in banks seem to overlook Santander. Such a bargain at this price. 2nd Largest bank in the UK. The only bank to pay out a divi recently and still 80p lower than January levels.
action: Wow 9939 shares at highest price. May be time for this one to move.
crazi: VERY NICE - special shares for dividends payment :-) Total shares = Share holding / 23 So get buying
crazi: EXCELLENT results compared to expectations... hxxps:// Santander earns €3,658 million in underlying profit for first nine months of 2020, after strong third quarter Underlying profit in the third quarter climbed 18% from Q2 2020, owing to higher revenues and lower provisions, but fell 4% over the same period last year on a constant currency basis The group’s CET1 capital ratio increased to c.12%, the top end of its target range Madrid, 27 October 2020 - PRESS RELEASE • Attributable profit in the third quarter was €1,750 million, 249% more than at Q3’19, owing to a non-cash goodwill impairment and other charges in 2019. • The bank has continued to grow capital organically, adding 14 basis points (bps) to CET1 in the quarter. Group CET1 increased to 11.98%, sitting at the high end of its targeted range of 11-12%, after an accrual of 19 bps (+13bps in the quarter) in order to make a cash payment to shareholders in 2021, subject to approval by shareholders and regulators, in addition to other requirements. • Revenues in the first nine monthswere €33,605 million, in line with the same period in 2019 on a constant currency basis, despite the challenging environment. • Almost half the sales in the first nine months were on digital channels, 44% versus 36% in 2019. • Lending grew strongly in all core markets (+5% year-on-year, in constant currency), notably in South America (+17%) and North America (+6%), while deposits grew 9%. • The collaboration between our businesses in the US and Mexico led to an increase in its trade corridor revenue in Santander CIB (+29%) and commercial (+30%). • The bank’s efficiency plan is progressing faster than expected. Costs declined by more than 2% year-on-year in constant currency. Year-to-date, the Europe region achieved cost synergies of €500 million, exceeding our full year 2020 target, on top of the €200 million it achieved in 2019. • By the end of 2020, the bank will have achieved the €1 billion cost savings target in Europe it announced in 2019 and expects to reduce costs by an additional €1 billion over the next two years in Europe. • Quarter-on-quarter growth in revenue and good cost control brought net operating income to €17.9 billion in the first nine months, up 3% on a constant currency basis. • Credit quality was resilient as the non-performing loan ratio fell by 32 bps year-on-year to 3.15%. 66% of payment moratoriums have now expired; only 2% stand in stage 3 (credit impaired). The bank has improved its guidance on the cost of credit to 1.3% for 2020 from its prior guidance of 1.4-1.5%. • Following the €12.6 billion non-cash goodwill/deferred tax asset impairment announced last quarter, the bank recorded a statutory attributable loss for the first nine months of 2020 of €9,048 million. As the bank announced with its 2Q results, this will not impact on Santander’s liquidity position and solvency. • Based on current IMF and OECD macroeconomic forecasts, the cost of credit would remain stable or trend downward in 2021. This, combined with an increase in digitalisation and the further reduction in the cost base, would result in an underlying return on tangible equity (RoTE) for 2021 in line with the bank’s cost of equity. Ana Botín, Banco Santander executive chairman, said: “The recovery of our business is progressing well, and the third quarter was significantly stronger than the second. Revenues increased 18% in constant euros as activity returned close to pre-pandemic levels, loan loss provisions fell 14% and we continued to reduce costs ahead of plan. These results speak to the strength and breadth of our customer relationships and the resilience of our diversified business and markets in which we operate. This diversification has been a key driver of our recovery, with South America performing well and the UK recovering strongly in the third quarter. With greater visibility into customer behaviour, we now expect a better cost of risk at year end than we anticipated at the time of our 2Q update in July. We are confident we will deliver underlying profit of €5 billion for the full year, with capital remaining at the top end of our 11%-12% CET1 target range. Given the Group's current performance, the strength of our balance sheet, our liquidity profile and mix of businesses, I am confident that we will be able to resume cash dividends once regulatory conditions allow. As such, we are seeking shareholder approval today for a €0.10 per share cash payment to shareholders in 2021, once permitted. Although the outlook for 2021 depends on how the pandemic evolves, we have proven that our strategy and business model position us well to continue supporting our customers and delivering results for our shareholders. We remain committed to protecting our teams during this unprecedented time. I want to thank them for their continued hard work, and our customers for their ongoing trust in Santander.”
crazi: Bought in yesterday. Happy to hold at these low low prices :-) a 371 share UT trade drops the price 0.4p at close - that's just crazy such a low trade even affects the price at all...
stevefoster: BNC had intended to pay out a total of ~€3.5bn in dividends for FY2019, but as a result of COVID-19 taking off, were essentially ordered to stop paying dividends by the ECB (along with all other banks under their supervision [lots of EU banks]). That restriction was initially until October 2020, but was subsequently extended to January 2021 (and don't be surprised if the ECB extend it further). BNC had already paid out ~€1.7bn (the interim of €0.10ps in Nov 2019), and had proposed a final of €0.23ps due to be paid in May 2020 (the other ~€1.8bn), but that (and the AGM where it was being proposed) were cancelled (that pesky COVID-19 again). The delay in holding the AGM means they've had to redo the resolutions, and so now they're proposing to add the ~€1.8bn to reserves instead of paying it out as a final dividend.
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