The drop was driven by “higher liquid asset balances”, price competition in the home loans market, “switching to lower margin fixed rate loans”, and the ongoing impact of a low interest rate environment.
178 million shares were listed on 1 November 1993, at an issue price of $9.35 for retail investors and $9.60 for institutional investors.
Why is the ASX going down?
ASX takes a 1.7pc hit as Appen dives and travel stocks hit by Europe woes and COVID variant fears. The Australian share market has lost almost 2 per cent on Friday, with travel stocks falling as lockdown woes re-emerge in Europe.
When did CBA list on the ASX?
Founded in 1911 by the Australian Government and fully privatised in 1996, the Commonwealth Bank is one of the “big four” Australian banks, with the National Australia Bank (NAB), ANZ and Westpac. The bank was listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in 1991.
Commonwealth Bank Of Australia – Stock Price History | CMWAY
- The all-time high Commonwealth Bank Of Australia stock closing price was 0.00 on December 31, 1969.
- The Commonwealth Bank Of Australia 52-week high stock price is 0.00, which is NAN% above the current share price.
On a long-term basis, CBA has earned a return on equity (ROE) about 25 per cent higher than the big four peers and, as a result, has traded on a price-to-book ratio approximately 40 per cent above the peer group. … While the return differential hasn’t changed, CBA’s price-to-book premium has increased to 70 per cent.
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Is the ASX up or down today?
The S&P/ASX200 is lower today, dropping 11.20 points or 0.15% to 7,394.20, despite crossing above its 125-day moving average.
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CBA has far outperformed the average market return of 11.9% in the past decade. In 2021, CBA has been reaching all-time highs after pushing past $100 per share. CBA continues to trade on the higher end of its 52-week range.
If your CBA shares make up more than 30% of your portfolio, it would be wise to sell down part of your holding and diversify by investing in other companies. … It’s even more attractive if you’re holding the shares in a self managed super fund (SMSF) and you’re in pension phase, as there are no tax consequences.
CBA was floated in September of 1991 at $5.40. It would have cost an investor $5,400 to invest in 1,000 shares during that float.