ING Group, N.V. (ING): Price and Financial Metrics

ING Group, N.V. (ING)

Today's Latest Price: $6.81 USD

0.18 (2.71%)

Updated Jun 2 4:10pm

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ING Stock Summary

  • ING has a higher market value than 92.99% of US stocks; more precisely, its current market capitalization is $25,762,790,624.
  • ING's current price/earnings ratio is 4.76, which is higher than just 6.35% of US stocks with positive earnings.
  • ING's equity multiplier -- a measure of assets relative to shareholders'equity -- is greater than that of 98.28% of US stocks.
  • If you're looking for stocks that are quantitatively similar to Ing Groep Nv, a group of peers worth examining would be LYG, STT, CM, TU, and BMO.
  • Visit ING's SEC page to see the company's official filings. To visit the company's web site, go to
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ING Price/Volume Stats

Current price $6.81 52-week high $12.44
Prev. close $6.63 52-week low $4.52
Day low $6.76 Volume 5,589,689
Day high $6.90 Avg. volume 7,445,104
50-day MA $5.57 Dividend yield 3.32%
200-day MA $9.40 Market Cap 26.54B

ING Group, N.V. (ING) Company Bio

ING Groep provides banking products and services to individuals, small and medium enterprises, and mid-corporates in the Netherlands, Belgium, Rest of Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia, and Australia. The company was founded in 1991 and is based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

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ING May Finally Have Found Its Bottom

Liking ING Groep (ING) has been nothing but an exercise in frustration for years, with the recent COVID-19 outbreak only exacerbating what had been an extended period of underperformance. While ING’s credit quality and risk exposures screen relatively favorably, the bank’s heavy reliance on spread lending remains a significant risk...

Stephen Simpson, CFA | May 28, 2020

UBS to Start Own Venture Capital Fund in Effort to Digitize Bank

(Bloomberg) -- UBS Group AG is setting aside hundreds of millions of dollars of its own money to invest in fintech companies, joining peers in financing startups that are upending traditional banking.The Swiss wealth manager is planning a corporate venture capital fund to make investments between $10 million and $20 million in dozens of companies, according to a person familiar with the matter. UBS plans to hold the stakes for at least five years, the person said, asking for anonymity because details haven’t been finalized.A UBS spokeswoman confirmed the bank is starting such a fund, while declining to comment on specifics.The venture fund comes just months after UBS named ING Groep NV’s Ralph Hamers, an outspoken champion of digital banking, to succeed Sergio Ermotti as chief executive...

Yahoo | May 25, 2020

Band of England Keeps Options on Negative Rates, Bailey Says

(Bloomberg) -- The Bank of England is studying how low U.K. interest rates can be cut amid the coronavirus crisis and isn’t excluding the idea of taking borrowing costs below zero, according to Governor Andrew Bailey.“Given what we’ve done in past few weeks, it should come as no surprise to learn that of course, we’re keeping the tools under active review in the current situation,” Bailey told lawmakers on Wednesday when asked about negative rates. “We do not rule things out as a matter of principle. That would be a foolish thing to do. That doesn’t mean we rule things in either.”The comments come amid a growing debate about the possibility of negative interest rates in the U.K., which intensified Wednesday after a report showed inflation slowed to the lowest level since 2016 and the na...

Yahoo | May 20, 2020

CEO Pay Up 940% Faces Its Coronavirus Reckoning

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- Large institutions resist change, and nowhere more so than in the way they pay their bosses.Despite scandals and crises, executive compensation has remained too generous, too opaque and too loosely linked to long-term goals. The upheaval wrought by the Covid-19 pandemic provides the opportunity for a remake: Simpler, smaller packages with a more significant non-financial component would mark a welcome shift.The figures are stark. Inflation-adjusted pay for chief executives at the largest U.S. companies climbed 940% between 1978 and 2018, the Economic Policy Institute found, using the more conservative of two methodologies, in a report published last year. The S&P rose about 700% over the same period. Worker wages, meanwhile, increased by less than 12%.The size of ...

Yahoo | May 11, 2020

ING GROEP N.V. (ING) Q1 2020 Earnings Call Transcript

ING earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2020.

Yahoo | May 9, 2020

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ING Price Returns

1-mo 30.46%
3-mo -26.46%
6-mo -40.73%
1-year -35.56%
3-year -55.29%
5-year -50.24%
YTD -43.49%
2019 19.13%
2018 -39.96%
2017 35.53%
2016 10.01%
2015 6.38%

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