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WBC, WESTPAC BANKING CORPORATION
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Sep 25 2020, 09:04 PM

Don't you want to add a little pic for emphasis?



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Your input is really what makes this site what it is today. Keep up the great work.



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In Reply To: plastic's post @ Sep 25 2020, 08:31 PM

If it comes from you, it certainly has dum in it



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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Sep 25 2020, 06:45 PM

Are you sure it's not a pedendum?



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nipper
post Posted: Sep 25 2020, 06:45 PM
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It is a Pendulum. The Hayne commission left them chastened, even hobbled to an extent. Now it is swinging the other way. .

Give it a year or three. Prudent allocations by individuals AND institutions should see most through... but we know risk taking produces behaviours where it all comes undone.



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https://www.afr.com/companies/financial-ser...20200925-p55z8o

Investors are likely to foot the bill for Westpac's record-breaking $1.3 billion AUSTRAC penalty through a lower final dividend in November, as they welcome the settlement as a chance for management to refocus on the business of banking.




Richard Wiles, an analyst with Morgan Stanley, said the dent to the bank's capital ratios was "immaterial" and the settlement would end a source of uncertainty for investors.

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pump it up first !! worry about earning later!! tongue.gif

from high of near aud$40 to just little over 17 bucks , with the size of the bank and lose policies , we might see some good percentage gain for next year??? unsure.gif

what do you guys think???


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Will be watching... There is more money in mortgages than personal lending, a sector that the banks seem to have handed over to the FinTech players.



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https://www.afr.com/companies/financial-ser...20200925-p55z6k

Banks welcomed the changes, saying they would reduce the burden of regulation, cut red tape for consumers and allow them to approve loan more quickly. They will also help small businesses access credit, supporting employment as the economy recovers from the crisis. Westpac said.

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that is real reason to lift big 4 banks, in a big way. forget about GFC subprime!!!! lmaosmiley.gif

anyway, we could see something to support our bleeding economies!!



 
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There could be a case to answer ie directors did not act in good faith.



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Yeah, doesn't surprise me.
See the fed's are reducing the amount of info required for home loans.
That'll push banks up every time.
Canberra must be getting sore toes from kicking the can so often.



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