Commonwealth Bank of Australia

78.9
CHANGE
+0.31 (0.39%)
20 minute delayed prices during trading hours
VOLUME
4.3M
DAY'S HIGH
79.18
DAY'S LOW
78.68
Commonwealth Bank of Australia is an Australia-based financial services company. The Company is engaged in the provision of integrated financial services, including retail, funds management, superannuation, business and institutional banking, insurance, investment and share-broking products and services. The Company operates through seven segments: Retail Banking Services, which provides home loan, consumer finance, and retail deposit products and servicing; Busines... continued
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Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Commonwealth Bank of Australia is an Australia-based financial services company. The Company is engaged in the provision of integrated financial services, including retail, funds management, superannuation, business and institutional banking, insurance, investment and share-broking products and services. The Company operates through seven segments: Retail Banking Services, which provides home loan, consumer finance, and retail deposit products and servicing; Business and Private Banking, which provides specialized banking services to relationship managed business and agribusiness customers, private banking to high net worth individuals, and margin lending and trading through Commonwealth Securities (CommSec); Institutional Banking and Markets, which offers debt and equity capital raising, financial and commodities price risk management, and transactional banking; Wealth Management; New Zealand; Bankwest, and International Financial Services (IFS) and Other Divisions.

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Market rises to nine month high
The share market has closed at a nine month high in a third straight day of gains, boosted by a stronger financial sector.
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Aust bourse higher as financials soar
The Australian share market has opened higher rising financial stocks negated the effect of overnight falls in the price of iron ore and oil.
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