- Sberbank (SBER) has announced the interim condensed IFRS financial statements as at and for the 9 months ended 30 September 2019.
- For the 3Q 2019, the Groupâ€™s net profit from continuing operations stood at RUB230.8 billion, up 6.3 per cent YoY and was up 8.0 per cent YoY to RUB702.8 bn for 9M 2019.
- The Group earnings per ordinary share (EPS) based on profit from continuing operations were up by 6.2 per cent at RUB10.72 per share as compared to 3Q 2018.
- After including the effect from Denizbank sale, the earnings per ordinary share were RUB7.25, down by 31.6% YoY.
- On 31st October 2019, at the time of writing, GMT 11:29 AM, SBER shares were trading at USD 15.02, up by 0.04 points or 0.25 per cent against the previous day closing price.
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