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Bullboard - Stock Discussion Forum ING Group N.V. ING

Alternate Symbol(s):  ING.27A | ING.27B | ING.32 | ING.26 | ING.26A | ING.28A | ING.33

The merger of the Dutch postal bank and NN Insurance in 1991 created ING. Through a series of further acquisitions ING build up a global footprint. The 2008 financial crisis forced ING to seek government support--a precondition of which was that ING should separate its banking and insurance activities, which saw ING revert to being solely a bank. ING has market- leading banking operations in the Netherlands and Belgium, and a range of digital banks across Europe and Australia. Its global...

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Share buy back

ING is buying back 380 million Euros starting in May. They buy back about 700,000 each month. This is going to boost the SP no end, and it is paying a dividend that is yielding 8/8% at the present...read more

It's taking a while...

...but investors are finally waking up to the fact that the Russso/Ukrainian war is not a serous impediemnt to ING, and the stock is floatin back up. And why not when the current yield is over 9.5...read more

Some coverage

SA article: ING Groep: Attractive At 0.7x Tangible Book And A 6.4% Yield https://seekingalpha.com/article/4503214-ing-groep-attractive-tangible-book-yield?source=copyToPasteboard  rate and reply

RE:RE:RE:Optimists opportunity

just unfortunate timing of the NCIB - buying shares at a higher price for cancellation.  Terrible situation in the Ukraine - but exposure to this area is very limited.  Its a great buy at...read more

Way oversold

The Russian and Ukrainian loans combined come to just 1.00% of total loans outstanding and the company is one of the best reserved in the world, if not the best. Assuming the waar lasts forever (worst...read more

RE:RE:Optimists opportunity

Not sure wat you mean. Why is the NCIB horrible? Because they paid a much higher price thanthe current? Or, are you referring to the situation in Ukraine which is indeed horrible?    As far...read more

RE:Optimists opportunity

Unfortunate completion of NCIB. Horrible situation.  rate and reply

Optimists opportunity

For thosewho believe that the Russia/Ukraine war will be settled and a slow return to normal trade resumed this is an excellent opportunity to buy one of the best European bansks and a dividend of 6...read more

War is Europe

Well, who would have built that into their factoring? Immediate panic selling of European bank stocks means, IMO, and excellent chance for those whohaven't already bought this gem to so. GLTAL...read more

RE:RE:Back over $15

Yep, were on our way to the 20s IMO. BTW, if you like dividends and European stocks there is stil a ton of money to be made on Vodaphone (VOD)  and the dividend is 8.5% given the current SP. I...read more

RE:Back over $15

Bang on ..  The dividends is only 12% of earnings..  Good chance of increased in dividends payout or more NCIB ..   rate and reply

Back over $15

On our way to $20. Everyone seems to want to buy into banking and it seems a no brainer with the increase in prime rate just beginning.   rate and reply

152 million euros

on share buybacks in 2 months............. and only just getting started. Need calculator to work out effect on EPS.  3.8 billion shares outstanding, 12.8 million bought back and 10x more...read more

NCIB

Lots of share accumulation according to press release today.  rate and reply

RE:RE:RE:BNN Steinberg top picks

Been accumulating here .. Still a lot left on NCIB and with fundamental traction from earnings this is a cheap stock here ..  rate and reply

RE:RE:BNN Steinberg top picks

Up $1 since Lorne pciked it. They have bought back a staggering 91 million shares at an average of 12.76 Euro and they are not done yet. Question. What will they do with the money once the repurchase...read more

RE:BNN Steinberg top picks

  A few years ago he also recommended DB - just before the wheels fell off.  Hopefully he was just having a bad day.  rate and reply

BNN Steinberg top picks

Lorne Steinberg had ING as one of his 3 top picks today. Obviously a man of shrewd investor! https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/lorne-steinberg-s-top-picks-november-11-2021-1.1680578  rate and reply

Monthly buy-back continues

Spending about 1.7 Euros a month on buybacks, and the SP reflects it. $16 by end of November IMO, and no stopping in buyback until we get to $20, which is where it was in 2018.     ING...read more

Share buy-back

Tuesday, October 19, 2021, 2:00 AM ET   Progress on share buyback programme Since they have only bought back 15% of the intended amount so far, imagine where the SP will be when it is...read more