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Raiffeisen Bank International AG (RBIV)

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Time that the US sanctions RBI and cuts them off from the Dollar for not leaving russia.
Bankruptcy or a joke?
Bankruptcy or a joke?
error, use yahoo (omv, voestalpine also)
What happend with payments of dividends? Two years nothing. it was infromation on this platform date 31 Mar, 2023 and 02 May 2023. before three days information are delete, Why?
Shareholder meeting canceled it. Because of risk of recession, bank sector issues, etc. Next week earnings!
Don't invest in Austria, we are ruled by a class of corrupt, incestuous cronies across all political parties. No profit to be made here unless you are "part of the game".
Self inflicted wounds by dealing with puny dictators. Also just don't invest in Austria at all, highly corrupt and crony lands here.
Just exited a position I held from April 2022, bought in at 12.3, and maxed out at 17.9. Stop loss triggered at 13. Will buy again if it drops to €5, but not earlier. Raiffeisen has two options - exit Russia, or lose USD operations, both options are bad. First will result in very significant revenue loss, second will result in bankruptcy.
Revenue beat, EPS beat, dividend will be paid again. Those bad news drove the stock price lower. Buy Intel, it losts it profitability, so the stock price gone up. Nothing to see here.
It drops every single day.
took a year to move up €3 and it falls €2 in a week.
9 of the last 10 trading days are red. Policital risks?
Business is solid, Austria is neutral and stated loud and clear it will not exit RU market. Business will continue to do well, despite these fear swings. I am long since 12.3, and will buy more if it goes down.
Up up. 7 up
I had a sell order at 18 since months, it turned at 17.3
Patience is the key for participing sudden -10% gap downs. Buy and hold strategy is dead.
you wait 3 months for €1 improvement and it gaps fown €2 in a second.
what ur expectation for tomorrow? is it a down trending?
gap down is not a good sign
Saucer pattern, breakout!
Movie idea: Groundhog day 2022 remake. Bill Murray buys Raiffeisen because it's in uptrend, but the stocks fails at €15.20 resistance.
ok,... next week
I placed a buy order at 9.55...waiting, maybe next week...
Check the report. Then talk. Better yet: Don't talk, just buy. Thank me later.
Yesterday, the Citigroup induced Flash Crash day, RBI reached 10.29€. Quite strong knowing that it is one of the main banks affected by Russian-Ukraine crisis
And today broke 10€ down to 9.96€. If Russia keeps threatening about gas, inflation keeps increasing, consumption/demand decreases and RBI thinks about divesting its Russian assets one more time, it will get under 10€ level once again.
Russia already cut gas distribution to Poland and Bulgaria. Euro is at 2017 minimums. China is macroconfining its population. What else could go wrong?
RBI may close the gap today at 11.72€. Intensifying pressures from Russia-Ukraine war may lead the bank to close its $12bn russian assets and maybe sell them at a bad price. Next levels are 9-10€ until we get fresh news about RBI's decision on Russian assets
And 30 minutes later closes it. I still don't know how haven't I become Warren Buffet Junior yet.
I am interested in buying RBIV but looking at the monthly chart, it could go to 8.70  (I  hope not)  It will all depend on how the war ends
War won't end
Today RBI is reconsidering its exit from the Russian market and it's plunging 6.18%. if it finally gets out, we could resch 10 and 9€ level. 7.20 was an estimation in case the company bad sold its assets but if the war ends before Fall 2022, I don't think it will go under 9€. Putin is playing with investors saying: now diplomacy talks are good and now are bad. If he ends this war, Raiffeissen would go up again. in the meantime, it may keep falling
RBI had assets worth €11.96bn at the end of last year (Reuters). From 28.5€ on Feb 10 to 12€ today, it has "only" lost 5bn. If RBI was to divest itself of Russian business, we already heard how Chelsea club from oligarch Abramóvich was "bad sold". We could easily expect those €12bn russian assets could be bad sold as well, with proceeds amounting to maybe 5bn (around -60% hypothetical loss on Russian assets)? Then we could conclude that RBI, would still be losing 2bn more in market cap in the future. Therefore, target price could be around 7.20€ (28.50€ level market cap – 7bn loss Russian assets) to buy a €2bn-valued bank that no longer has Russian assets.
However, should the war stop and those russian assets maintained, RBI could easily jump to 20€ level again. But this scenario is highly improbable in the near term and rumors about the bank disengaging russian business escalate the tensions to continue falling without pause.
I think tomorrow, beginning of March, will crash again due to technical although monthly speaking, it may try to do a doji candle and change momentum. But maybe this week retests 12€ pandemic crash level
Interesting, I'd consider 12€ as a buying opportunity. On the other hand the situation is currently chaotic.
Yes, and besides it has suspended the 2021 dividend. So no payment this year and we would have to wait until 2023 to possibly receive something. I don't understand, with current dividend payout at around 25%, was it really necessary to suspend it? Maybe they were pressured by big fishes and wanted to get their confidence back.
With suspended dividend, it would be not strange to see how it keeps tumbling even below 10€ level. I'm not sure what would I consider a buying opportunity, but it could test 8.8-10 level if Russia gets to touch Kyiv. Remember that in the first half of 2021, Russia's subsidiary accounted for 31% consolidated pre-tax profits, although that's down from 47% same period in 2020 (Moody's).
Mega crash tomorrow 😊
Yes, due to Swift fear today it's plunged already -18%- It has 18% of consolidated equity exposed in Russia and 11.5% of loans in Russia,2.2% Group's loans in Ukraine and 2.5% Group's consoliddated equity in Ukraine
why?
Has a lot of business in Russia and Ukraine
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