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Bankinter, S.A. (BKIMF)

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6.91+0.23 (+3.49%)
At close: 10:38AM EDT
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Previous Close6.68
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range6.91 - 6.91
52 Week Range5.39 - 6.91
Avg. Volume448
Market Cap7.724B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.79
PE Ratio (TTM)6.91
EPS (TTM)1.00
Earnings DateJul 18, 2024 - Jul 22, 2024
Forward Dividend & Yield0.47 (6.74%)
Ex-Dividend DateMar 26, 2024
1y Target EstN/A

    Bankinter SA's Dividend Analysis

    Bankinter SA (BKNIY) recently announced a dividend of $0.12 per share, payable on 2024-04-08, with the ex-dividend date set for 2024-03-26. As investors look forward to this upcoming payment, the spotlight also shines on the company's dividend history, yield, and growth rates. Using the data from GuruFocus, let's look into Bankinter SA's dividend performance and assess its sustainability.

  • Reuters

    Bankinter's lending income slows in Q4, dragging down domestic peers

    MADRID (Reuters) -Spain's Bankinter on Thursday forecast broadly stable lending income in 2024 on expectations for lower interest rates, after fourth-quarter results missed forecasts, triggering a sharp drop in shares of other Spanish lenders. At 1039 GMT shares in Bankinter were down 6%, while Spain's blue-chip index fell 1%. Spanish banks mainly lend to retail clients and have benefited from passing on the higher costs of loans tied to variable interest rates to customers, while keeping a lid on the rates they pay to savers.

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    Spanish court rejects appeals to suspend banking tax payments

    Spain's High Court has rejected appeals by lenders Bankinter, Sabadell and Cajasur to suspend payments of the extraordinary banking tax while it reviews the levy's validity, El Economista newspaper reported on Monday. Spain approved in December a temporary 4.8% levy on banks' net interest income and net commissions above a threshold of 800 million euros ($861 million) as part of measures aimed at easing the cost of living of ordinary Spaniards amid high inflation. Some banks and associations objected to the tax and filed challenges before the High Court, while the European Central Bank also warned of adverse effects on the banking system.