Edition:
India

SEB SA (SEBF.PA)

SEBF.PA on Paris Stock Exchange

143.50EUR
7 Aug 2020
Change (% chg)

€0.10 (+0.07%)
Prev Close
€143.40
Open
€142.60
Day's High
€144.00
Day's Low
€141.80
Volume
42,415
Avg. Vol
67,558
52-wk High
€149.90
52-wk Low
€86.35

Select another date:

Thu, Jul 23 2020

UPDATE 1-Groupe SEB beats its Q2 sales forecast on easing lockdowns

July 23 French household equipment maker Groupe SEB reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue on Thursday, as the easing of coronavirus lockdowns fuelled demand, chiefly in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region and in China.

Handelsbanken, SEB top forecasts as Nordic banks weather pandemic

STOCKHOLM Quarterly profits at Handelsbanken and SEB fell less than expected as the Swedish banks coped with the economic hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, although SEB saw a spike in provisions for bad loans.

WRAPUP 2-Handelsbanken, SEB top forecasts as Nordic banks weather pandemic

STOCKHOLM, July 15 Quarterly profits at Handelsbanken and SEB fell less than expected as the Swedish banks coped with the economic hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, although SEB saw a spike in provisions for bad loans.

Swedish FSA fines SEB for lax anti-money laundering measures in Baltics

STOCKHOLM Sweden's financial watchdog on Thursday fined lender SEB 1 billion crowns ($107.11 million) for failures in compliance and governance in relation to anti-money laundering controls in the Baltics.

UPDATE 2-Swedish FSA fines SEB for lax anti-money laundering measures in Baltics

* Shares up around 4% after the fine (Adds context, analyst quote, share price)

BRIEF-Groupe SEB Sees Q2 Revenue Loss Of Around 200 Million Euros Due to COVID-19

* GROUP ESTIMATES A REVENUE LOSS OF AROUND EUR 200 MILLION FOR Q2, RATHER THAN EUR 450 TO EUR 500 MILLION ANNOUNCED IN APRIL

BRIEF-SEB Expects Revenues To Fall Significantly In 2020

* Q1 OPERATING RESULT FROM ACTIVITY: EUR 18M, VERSUS. EUR 138M IN Q1 2019

BRIEF-Groupe SEB To Propose Reduced Dividend Of EUR 1.43 Per Share

* ANNOUNCED ON WEDNESDAY: UPDATE ON THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THE GROUP

UPDATE 2-Swedish banks re-evaluating 2019 dividends after regulator's coronavirus warning

STOCKHOLM, March 24 Two of Sweden's top banks, SEB and Handelsbanken, said on Tuesday they were evaluating their proposed dividends for 2019, after Sweden's financial watchdog called for the shareholder payouts to be cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.

UPDATE 1-SEB postpone AGM, board to evaluate dividend proposal

STOCKHOLM, March 19 Swedish bank SEB said on Thursday it would postpone its annual general meeting adding that the board would evaluate the dividend proposal for 2019.

Select another date: