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ING Groep N.V. (INGA.AS)

Amsterdam - Amsterdam Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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9.49+0.08 (+0.83%)
At close: 05:35PM CEST

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  • A
    Arthur
    A solid strong bank. The financials are good. Statistics are maybe the best in the industry. The markt is pretty irrational on this one.
  • M
    Mariner Pacific
    It's interesting that the stock starts to rise just as the buyback ends.
  • j
    john c
    new here---does ING issue dividends 4 times a year or just twice a year? thanks
  • B
    Bunny
    The Russian invasion will end soon. Ukraine predicts that it will end by the end of the year. The military Armour has arrived and is forming the counter attack. Every war will end. Russia will turn into Cube driving their car from the 60's soon.
  • j
    jtdouble
    The buyback started ..it will push the Ing more likely 16-18 area!!!ING announced today that, in line with the launch of its #$%$1,744 million share buyback programme announced on 1 October 2021, the company has repurchased 7,157,183 shares during the week of 5 October 2021 up to and including 8 October 2021.
  • A
    Allen
    Quote from ING Bank's Q2 investors' presentation. It was posted on their website this morning. We will pay an amount of #$%$1,874 mln (#$%$0.48 per share) on 12 October 2021* consisting of an interim dividend over 2021 (#$%$0.21 per share) and the remaining amount originally reserved for the 2020 distribution (#$%$0.27 per share)? We will make an additional distribution of #$%$1,744 mln related to the amount reserved over 2019 after 30September 2021? This will be in the form of cash and/or a share buyback, subject to relevant approvals
  • H
    Hans
    Interesting trend reported today in Bloomberg's "5 Things To Start Your Day." This morning's Purchasing Managers Indexes showed that the private sector in the euro area was growing at the fastest pace in 15 years. The reading for the U.K. was even stronger. Got any idea what effect that is going to have on ING? I do!
  • H
    Hans
    I'm hoping that we are able to maintain a foothold and stabilize the share price in the $13 range. The 12 cent dividend in March and the larger dividend 5 months from now are encouraging signs that ING in on the move upwards. If we're at $13 now where will we be as Europe starts to gain control of the pandemic?
  • S
    Scott
    Good morning INGers. Having opened a position in ING this morning, I'm happy to join the board. I did some DD after reading in Barron's Saturday that Sarah Ketterer of Causeway Capital views ING as "trading at massive discounts to tangible book value," and is buying ING. I concurred and am now a modest shareholder. Good luck to all!
  • R
    Rodd
    "We bought ING Group _ (ING) and UniCredit _ (UCG.Italy), the two that were hit hardest after the invasion. They are trading at massive discounts to tangible book value." I'm here because of Barron's. Hoping this gal is right. The play here is that the market has overreacted to Russia. This is what buying low and selling high is all about. Probably dead money for awhile but I'm patient.
  • m
    marek
    Considering 1.7B EUR buyback and app. 140 sessions left till 5th May (end of buyback) it seems that ING will account of 10% average daily volume as purchasing power every day on each session till 5th May.
  • G
    G B
    Green Woo Hoo! This seems like a safer place to park your $. If the war ends this may jump a couple of $ quickly. Plus dividend coming end of April to pay in May. Anyone else?
  • A
    Allen
    On Feb 3 we will get ING 2021 results. That will give us some idea of the dividend for 2021. The policy is 50% of sustainable net income.
  • B
    Bunny
    1.6 billions Euro profits is very good. Strong reported result with revenue and income beat. Tier 1 capital at 14.5% is very strong. Transforming to service fees model and using its branch-less model are differentiated low cost bank in Euro.
  • H
    Hans
    We've witnessed a very nice progression in share price here over the past month, a difficult month at that so the future might be even brighter. Starting to feel like we're getting our footing back! Not an easy chore but I think we're on our way up.
  • r
    robinfamily
    I've been a little inaccessible for about a week, and have been wondering about the recovery after the stock went ex-dividend. Now I know why. They did commit to a stock buyback with the extra funds.

    This demonstrates that management has faith. They certainly can be wrong. But this stock has been kicked around for too long. It was a 40+ stock 12 years ago. It has had some real bumps, but it survived then, so it has a strong base, imo. I think we'll see a 5 year steady rise. Maybe over 16 by the end of this years, and maybe hitting 20 next year.
  • D
    D
    Been at this game a long time. Just accumulated some at this level and will wait it out. As Warren Buffet
    always said - "Fear is a more powerful motivator than greed." Time to buy is when everyone is paralyzed and shaking. It's almost impossible to buy any stock at its lowest low and sell at its highest high. At these levels,
    I will continue to accumulate and hold . GLTA
  • C
    Citizen
    where is my dividend ? It said May 9th for the final 2021 dividend but haven't seen it show up yet ..... Anybody else seen their dividend appear ?
  • j
    jtdouble
    It’s time to break the 52 weeks high here.. Shares buyback and dividend are rising !!
  • H
    Hans
    Only yesterday, they announced that had reached a 26% level of buybacks, that along with the prior two purchases should have already taken us up to and held us in the $16 range. However, it is definitely a better opportunity for ING to continue their buybacks at a lower price..........just don't understand why others aren't taking advantage...........maybe there's something more attractive that their attention is focus on. But this one has some real potential to reward the shareholders.