DNB ASA
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DNBO

DNBO
DNB ASA
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OMXSTO
 
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Financials

Valuation
Enterprise Value/EBITDA, TTM
Enterprise Value, FQ
Market Cap — Basic
Number of Employees
Number of Shareholders
Price/Earnings, TTM
Price/Revenue, TTM
Price/Book Ratio, FY
Price/Sales Ratio, FY
Balance Sheet
Current Ratio, FQ
Debt to Equity, FQ
Net Debt, FQ
Quick Ratio, FQ
Total Assets, FQ
Total Debt, FQ
Operating Metrics
Return on Assets, TTM
Return on Equity, TTM
Return on Invested Capital, TTM
Revenue per Employee, TTM
Price History
Average Volume (10 day)
Beta - 1 Year
Price - 52 Week High
Price - 52 Week Low
Dividends
Dividends Paid, FY
Dividends per Share, FY
Expected Annual Dividends
Dividends Yield
Margins
Net Margin, TTM
Gross Margin, TTM
Operating Margin, TTM
Pretax Margin, TTM
Income Statement
Basic EPS, Net Income
Earnings per Share, Basic, TTM
EBITDA, TTM
Gross Profit, FY
Last Annual EPS
Last Annual Revenue, FY
Net Income, FY
Total Revenue, FY
Free Cash Flow, TTM

Profile

Sector: Finance
Industry: Major Banks
Employees: 9638
DNB ASA provides banking and financial services. It operates through the following segments: Personal Customers; Small & Medium-Sized Enterprises; Large Corporates & International Customers; Trading; and Traditional Pension Products. The Personal Customers segment includes the group's total products and activities to private customers in all channels, both digital and physical. The segment offers products through Norway's various distribution networks which include branches, telephone banking, digital banking, real estate broking as well as external channels. The Small & Medium-Sized Enterprises segment is responsible for product sales and advisory services to small and medium-sized enterprises in Norway. The Large Corporates & International Customers segment includes Norwegian and international corporate customers and all customers served by DNB's subsidiary banks in the Baltics and Poland. The Trading segment includes market making and other trading activities in fixed income, currencies and commodities as well as equities, including risk management of the risk inherent in customer transactions. The Traditional Pension Products segment includes traditional defined-benefit pension products in DNB Livsforsikring. The company was founded in 1822 and is headquartered in Oslo, Norway.

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