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beunenco
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121,3 miljoen aandelen ingekocht voor een gemiddelde prijs van 12,91 euro.
Dat doet een ING-bank ook niet zomaar........
Ze zijn gewoon erg goedkoop.
havik of duif
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Morgen de cijfers 3e kwartaal, als de verkopers van vandaag maar geen spijt krijgen ?
Whatgoesupmustgodown
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Jelle-43 schreef op 1 november 2023 16:20:

Het wordt weer de grond in getrapt waar blijft de €13
Waar blijft de 12 :-)
In usa nu €11,96. [=$12,60/1,0534]
Olie
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beunenco schreef op 1 november 2023 15:59:

121,3 miljoen aandelen ingekocht voor een gemiddelde prijs van 12,91 euro.
Dat doet een ING-bank ook niet zomaar........
Ze zijn gewoon erg goedkoop.
Ze zijn altijd erg goedkoop...
simpelweg omdat het aandeel vanaf 2009 amper boven de €15,00 weet uit te komen, en daar meestal ver onder staat.
Bij die o zo grote wereldbank blijft het twee kwartjes erbij, twee kwartjes eraf.
voda
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Beursblik: markt focust op aandeleninkoop bij ING

Analisten zien enorm bedrag naar aandeelhouders vloeien.

(ABM FN-Dow Jones) ING zal donderdag een beperkte groei van de rentebaten en een groter verlies op oninbare leningen laten zien over het derde kwartaal, maar vooral ook een grote aandeleninkoop aankondigen. Dat is de verwachting van analisten, geraadpleegd door ABM Financial News.

De schattingen voor de aandeleninkoop lopen uiteen van 1,5 miljard tot 2,5 miljard euro, met een consensus van ongeveer 2 miljard euro.

De netto rentebaten groeiden in het derde kwartaal naar verwachting met enkele procenten ten opzichte van het tweede kwartaal.

De voorzieningen voor oninbare leningen staan bij sommige analisten dichtbij het gemiddelde dat ING heeft aangeduid, namelijk 25 basispunten van het leningenboek over de gehele cyclus. Echter andere analisten zitten daar ruim onder op 20 of 17 basispunten. Zakenbank Jefferies mikt op een bedrag van 278 miljoen euro.

Ondanks de tegenwind en slecht nieuws voor de bankensector in de Benelux, met name over MRR en de bankentaks en verminderde belastingaftrek, denkt Jefferies dat ING in de komende jaren 24 miljard euro gaat uitkeren aan aandeelhouders, of meer dan de helft van zijn marktkapitalisatie. Ook Berenberg rekent op een uitkering van 50 procent van de marktkapitalisatie in de komende jaren.

Berenberg wijst erop dat banken meer rente moeten betalen voor deposito's, terwijl de marges op hypotheken ook gedempt worden. In het algemeen is de kwaliteit van de leningen van Benelux-banken echter nog steeds goed. Gezien de ruime kasposities zou dit geen obstakel moeten zijn voor de verwachte dividenden en aandeleninkopen. Een groter probleem dan de bankentaks is volgen Berenberg dat banken moeten voldoen aan minimumeisen voor reserves die ze aanhouden bij de centrale bank. Over deze verplichte reserves ontvangen de banken geen rente. Dit zal vooral ABN AMRO hard raken, denkt Berenberg.

Door: ABM Financial News.

info@abmfn.nl

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beschouwer
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Volgens mijn Bartjes is de koers in NY nu equivalent met 12,075 euro.
Plus: nog wachten op de resultaten die morgenochtend bekend worden gemaakt hier in Amsterdam.....
beschouwer
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Henkie 1960
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FED laat rente onveranderd,maar sluit een verdere rente verhoging dit jaar niet uit.Aandelen inkoop ,groene AEX ,ING koers open met ong + 6%?
Doemebest
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Henkie 1960 schreef op 1 november 2023 20:36:

FED laat rente onveranderd,maar sluit een verdere rente verhoging dit jaar niet uit.Aandelen inkoop ,groene AEX ,ING koers open met ong + 6%?
Ja en einde jaar 15 euro.
Money Never Sleeps
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Bijna 1 % erbij voor ING

FN-Dow Jones) Op Wall Street zijn maandag vier van de acht AEX-genoteerde fondsen ten opzichte van het slot in Amsterdam hoger gesloten.

Aegon (-0,23%)
ArcelorMittal (-0,06%)
ASML (+0,51%)
ING Groep (+0,96%)
Philips (-0,15%)
RELX (+0,24%)
Royal Dutch Shell (-0,21%)
Unilever (+0,01%)

Euro/dollar: 1,0614

Op basis van de bovenstaande koersuitslagen zou de AEX index, die sloot op 714,05 punten, zijn geëindigd op 714,65 punten.

Bron: ABM Financial News
Money Never Sleeps
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Sorry , bovenstaande is de verkeerde.....

Op Wall Street zijn woensdag zes van de acht AEX-genoteerde fondsen ten opzichte van het slot in Amsterdam hoger gesloten.

Aegon (-0,37%)
ArcelorMittal (+0,71%)
ASML (+0,83%)
ING Groep (+0,25%)
Philips (+0,72%)
RELX (+0,54%)
Royal Dutch Shell (-0,25%)
Unilever (+0,01%)

Euro/dollar: 1,0560

Op basis van de bovenstaande koersuitslagen zou de AEX index, die sloot op 722,23 punten, zijn geëindigd op 723,12 punten.

Bron: ABM Financial News
mercurius-adept
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ING posts 3Q2023 net result of €1,982 million, driven by strong income in both Retail and Wholesale Banking

November 02, 2023 01:59

Profit before tax increases significantly year-on-year to €2,866 million; CET1 ratio rises to 15.2%
• Strong performance in both Retail and Wholesale Banking and 4-quarter rolling RoE improves to 13.8%
• Increase of 181,000 primary customers in the third quarter, with growth in almost all markets
• Strong interest income combined with higher fee income
• Operating expenses remain under control and risk costs are low, reflecting strong asset quality
Announcement of €2.5 billion share buyback programme as we continue to align our capital to our target level


CEO statement
“ING recorded another strong set of results in the third quarter of 2023, with net result more than doubling on the prior year“, said Steven van Rijswijk, CEO of ING. “Notwithstanding the cooling economy and amid polarising geopolitical developments, which impacted business and consumer confidence, both our Retail and Wholesale Banking businesses posted strong results. Their interest income benefited from the positive rate environment and fee income also increased, especially in Retail Banking, driven by daily banking and investment products.



“I’m proud that we gained another 181,000 primary customers to reach a total of 15.1 million. This growth occurred across almost all of our 10 retail markets, especially in Germany, Australia and Türkiye, further supporting our future value creation. Customers value our services, as shown in our net promoter scores, where we maintained our number one position in five of our 10 Retail Banking markets. A superior customer experience is a pillar of our ‘making the difference’ strategy. An example is digital onboarding. In many markets we now onboard most of our new retail customers fully digitally: 75% in the Netherlands, 72% in Australia and 63% in Germany – percentages that are all growing.



“The cycle of recent central bank rate hikes, which helped the recovery of our profitability after a prolonged period of negative rates, appears to have paused. We are conscious of the public discussions on saving rates and, depending on developments in the competitive landscape, our liability margins may reduce somewhat from current levels. Overall income will be supported by our strong and diversified businesses, especially when loan demand recovers.



“Wholesale Banking showed solid income growth as continued rates increases resulted in improved margins for Payments & Cash Management, and Financial Markets benefited from strong trading results. We focused on further optimising our capital usage and margins while decreasing risk weights, prioritising own origination of high-quality loans.



“Expenses remained under control with year-on-year cost growth (excluding incidentals) below 5%. Risk costs were again low – a testament to the quality of our loan book and our prudent credit risk management. We remain vigilant, given global economic growth is slowing down.



“In October, we published our Climate Report, setting out our progress on the path to net zero, including how we engage with clients. We also explain our work to assess climate risks and how we take action to mitigate them. One of the key challenges we face is balancing the world’s need for urgent action with helping drive economic progress and supporting the transition. We are proud of how we are using our financing to help our clients in this, but we can’t do it alone. Next to detailed transition plans for the nine most carbon-intensive sectors in our loan portfolio, the report includes specific calls to action on governments and regulators to guide the transition more firmly.



“We continue to take steps to converge our capital ratios to our target level of around 12.5%, today announcing another share buyback programme. We do this from a position of strength, convinced that operating at the right level of capital is in the best interest of all stakeholders and allows us to support the economy and our more than 38 million customers in over 40 countries.



“These are uncertain times and it is hard to predict the impact of geopolitical conflicts. However, I’m confident that we are well positioned to withstand adverse challenges and continue to make a difference. I would like to thank everyone who contributed to our performance during the third quarter.“

www.globenewswire.com/news-release/20...
Dagobert Duck
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mercurius-adept schreef op 2 november 2023 07:06:

ING posts 3Q2023 net result of €1,982 million, driven by strong income in both Retail and Wholesale Banking

November 02, 2023 01:59

Profit before tax increases significantly year-on-year to €2,866 million; CET1 ratio rises to 15.2%
• Strong performance in both Retail and Wholesale Banking and 4-quarter rolling RoE improves to 13.8%
• Increase of 181,000 primary customers in the third quarter, with growth in almost all markets
• Strong interest income combined with higher fee income
• Operating expenses remain under control and risk costs are low, reflecting strong asset quality
• Announcement of €2.5 billion share buyback programme as we continue to align our capital to our target level


CEO statement
“ING recorded another strong set of results in the third quarter of 2023, with net result more than doubling on the prior year“, said Steven van Rijswijk, CEO of ING. “Notwithstanding the cooling economy and amid polarising geopolitical developments, which impacted business and consumer confidence, both our Retail and Wholesale Banking businesses posted strong results. Their interest income benefited from the positive rate environment and fee income also increased, especially in Retail Banking, driven by daily banking and investment products.



“I’m proud that we gained another 181,000 primary customers to reach a total of 15.1 million. This growth occurred across almost all of our 10 retail markets, especially in Germany, Australia and Türkiye, further supporting our future value creation. Customers value our services, as shown in our net promoter scores, where we maintained our number one position in five of our 10 Retail Banking markets. A superior customer experience is a pillar of our ‘making the difference’ strategy. An example is digital onboarding. In many markets we now onboard most of our new retail customers fully digitally: 75% in the Netherlands, 72% in Australia and 63% in Germany – percentages that are all growing.



“The cycle of recent central bank rate hikes, which helped the recovery of our profitability after a prolonged period of negative rates, appears to have paused. We are conscious of the public discussions on saving rates and, depending on developments in the competitive landscape, our liability margins may reduce somewhat from current levels. Overall income will be supported by our strong and diversified businesses, especially when loan demand recovers.



“Wholesale Banking showed solid income growth as continued rates increases resulted in improved margins for Payments & Cash Management, and Financial Markets benefited from strong trading results. We focused on further optimising our capital usage and margins while decreasing risk weights, prioritising own origination of high-quality loans.



“Expenses remained under control with year-on-year cost growth (excluding incidentals) below 5%. Risk costs were again low – a testament to the quality of our loan book and our prudent credit risk management. We remain vigilant, given global economic growth is slowing down.



“In October, we published our Climate Report, setting out our progress on the path to net zero, including how we engage with clients. We also explain our work to assess climate risks and how we take action to mitigate them. One of the key challenges we face is balancing the world’s need for urgent action with helping drive economic progress and supporting the transition. We are proud of how we are using our financing to help our clients in this, but we can’t do it alone. Next to detailed transition plans for the nine most carbon-intensive sectors in our loan portfolio, the report includes specific calls to action on governments and regulators to guide the transition more firmly.



“We continue to take steps to converge our capital ratios to our target level of around 12.5%, today announcing another share buyback programme. We do this from a position of strength, convinced that operating at the right level of capital is in the best interest of all stakeholders and allows us to support the economy and our more than 38 million customers in over 40 countries.



“These are uncertain times and it is hard to predict the impact of geopolitical conflicts. However, I’m confident that we are well positioned to withstand adverse challenges and continue to make a difference. I would like to thank everyone who contributed to our performance during the third quarter.“

www.globenewswire.com/news-release/20...
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Dagobert Duck
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ING announces share buyback programme of up to €2.5 billion
ING announced today a share buyback programme under which it plans to repurchase ordinary shares of ING Groep N.V., for a maximum total amount of €2.5 billion. The programme is a next step in converging our CET1 ratio towards our target of around 12.5%, as announced during our Investor Update in June 2022.
ING Group’s CET1 ratio was 15.2% at the end of the third quarter of 2023, which is well above the prevailing CET1 ratio requirement of 10.98%. The share buyback programme will have an impact of approximately 78 bps on our CET1 ratio. The programme will commence on 3 November 2023 and is expected to end no later than 19 April 2024.
The ECB has approved the programme, which will be executed in compliance with the Market Abuse Regulation and within the limitations of the existing authority to acquire a maximum of 10% of the issued shares as granted by the general meeting of shareholders on 24 April 2023. ING has entered into a non-discretionary arrangement with a financial intermediary to conduct the buyback.
ING will provide weekly updates on the progress of the programme via a press release and on the Investor Relations section of the ING website: www.ing.com/Investor-relations/Share- information/Share-buyback-programme.htm.
mercurius-adept
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Dagobert Duck schreef op 2 november 2023 07:11:

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"ING Group’s CET1 ratio was 15.2% at the end of the third quarter of 2023, which is well above the prevailing CET1 ratio requirement of 10.98%. The share buyback programme will have an impact of approximately 78 bps on our CET1 ratio. The programme will commence on 3 November 2023 and is expected to end no later than 19 April 2024."
johan26
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mercurius-adept
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johan26 schreef op 2 november 2023 07:17:

Inkoopprogramma van 2.5 miljard. Tot hoelang loop dit programma?
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