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Open 13.72
Day High 13.80
Day Low 13.64
Previous Close 13.77
52-Week High 14.93
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Volume 575
90-Day Average Volume 1,794,951
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    European Stocks Notch Seventh Straight Day of Gains--Update

    DJ Business News – 04/02/2014

    By Tommy Stubbington and Clare Connaghan. European stocks edged higher Wednesday, notching a seventh straight day of gains, helped by signs that the U.S. economy continues to improve. Elsewhere, the ruble weakened after Russia's finance minister said the country would resume buying foreign currencies for its depleted reserves fund in the coming days.

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    PPR - $.0315 March Dividend

    Business Wire – 04/01/2014

    ING Prime Rate Trust (PPR), a diversified closed-end management investment company listed on the New York Stock Exchange, declared 3.15 cents per share monthly dividend on March 31, 2014 for the 31 days of March, payable on April 22, 2014 to shareholders of record on April 10, 2014.

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    Singapore OCBC Makes Near US$5 Billion Offer For Wing Hang Bank -- Update

    DJ Business News – 04/01/2014

    SINGAPORE-- Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp. (OVCHF) has agreed to buy Wing Hang Bank Ltd. (WGHGF), a family-owned bank in Hong Kong for close to US $5 billion, the largest acquisition by the Singapore bank on record. Singapore's second-biggest bank by assets has offered to buy all of Wing Hang Bank's (WGHGF) shares for HK $125 each, which represent about a 1.6% premium to its Friday closing price, OCBC said in a statement Tuesday. In Hong Kong dollar terms, the acquisition would cost OCBC HK $38.43 billion.

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    European stocks end mixed on inflation jitters

    MarketWatch – 03/31/2014

    LONDON-- European stock markets ended mixed on Monday, with French equities dropping right before the close as the country's prime minister resigned, while a larger-than-expected drop in euro-zone inflation reignited deflation fears and kept investors on edge. The Stoxx Europe 600 index rose 0.2% to close at 334.31, coming off its intraday high of 335.94. For the quarter, the benchmark ended 1.8% higher, marking the third quarterly advance in a row.

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    EUROPE MARKETS: European Stocks End Mixed On Inflation Jitters

    DJ Business News – 03/31/2014

    LONDON-- European stock markets ended mixed on Monday, with French equities dropping right before the close as the country's prime minister resigned, while a larger-than-expected drop in euro-zone inflation reignited deflation fears and kept investors on edge. The Stoxx Europe 600 index rose 0.2% to close at 334.31, coming off its intraday high of 335.94. For the quarter, the benchmark ended 1.8% higher, marking the third quarterly advance in a row.

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    ING to announce Q1 earnings Before Market (Unconfirmed)

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ING Groep N.V., a financial institution, provides banking, investment, life insurance, and retirement services for individuals, families, small businesses, large corporations, institutions, and governments.

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ING Industry Comparison:

INGIndustry AveragePercentile
in Industry
Market Capitalization$52.83B$5.29B98th
Beta (1 Year Annualized)1.691.08100th
EPS (TTM)
 
$0.90$4.4844th
Current Consensus EPS Estimate$0.32----
EPS Growth
(TTM vs. Prior TTM)
--+20.23%--
P/E (TTM)
NM14.89--
Dividend Yield (Annual)--1.50%--
Total Revenue (TTM)
$36.08B$84.83B98th
Revenue Growth
(TTM vs Prior TTM)
--+10.24%--
Shares Outstanding3,836,900,0001,137,281,920100th
Shares Short*
4.49M----
Institutional Ownership1.68%55.07%16th

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