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National Australia Bank Ltd.

33.82
CHANGE
+0.3 (0.89%)
20 minute delayed prices during trading hours
VOLUME
2.8M
DAY'S HIGH
33.87
DAY'S LOW
33.56
National Australia Bank Limited is a financial services organization providing products, advice and services through its major Australian franchise and businesses in the United Kingdom, New Zealand, the United States and Asia. In New Zealand, it operates through Bank of New Zealand. The Company’s segment includes Business Banking, Personal Banking, Wholesale Banking, UK Banking and NZ Banking, MLC and NAB, Great Western Bank (GWB), the Corporate Functions and Other ... continued
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National Australia Bank Ltd.
National Australia Bank Limited is a financial services organization providing products, advice and services through its major Australian franchise and businesses in the United Kingdom, New Zealand, the United States and Asia. In New Zealand, it operates through Bank of New Zealand. The Company’s segment includes Business Banking, Personal Banking, Wholesale Banking, UK Banking and NZ Banking, MLC and NAB, Great Western Bank (GWB), the Corporate Functions and Other segment. MLC is the wealth management division of the National Australia Bank (NAB). In April 2014, JB HI FI Ltd announced that National Australia Bank Limited and its associated ceased to be a substantial share holder of the Company. In May 2014, JB HI FI Ltd announced that National Australia Bank Limited and its associated entities ceased to be substantial share holder in the Company.

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