SAN Key Stats
|Revenue (Quarterly YoY Growth)||-1.44%|
|EPS Diluted (TTM)||0.4329|
|EPS Diluted (Quarterly YoY Growth)||4.44%|
|Net Income (TTM)||1.536B|
|Gross Profit Margin (Quarterly)|
|Profit Margin (Quarterly)||10.83%|
|Dividend Yield (TTM)||7.68%|
|Payout Ratio (TTM) Pro||Go Pro|
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SAN Total Returns Comparison
This total returns chart shows the returns to an investor from both price appreciation and dividends (dividends are assumed to be reinvested). Banco Santander is up 21.31% over the last year vs S&P 500 Total Return up 27.09%, Credit Suisse Group up 23.61%, and BBVA up 36.74%.
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Banco Santander is a global, multinational bank. At the close of fiscal year 2012, Santander was the largest bank in the eurozone and one of the thirteen leading banks in the world in terms of market capitalization. Founded in 1857 in the Spanish town of Santander by 76 businessmen linked to regional economy and to the Spanish colonial trade with the Americas, the 155-year old Banco Santander climbed all the rungs in the financial ladder throughout the 20th century until in the 21st century it became a leading world bank, a reference in good management and competence in the sector, with a solid presence in ten countries in two continents, Europe and America, and businesses in more than forty markets. Santander is currently the main financial group in Spain, its country of origin, and in Latin America, a continent where its main markets are Brazil, Mexico, Chile, and Argentina. It also holds a significant position in the United Kingdom, Germany, Portugal, Poland, and the north-east of the United States. In addition to these main markets, it also offers consumer finance services in Scandinavia, the Netherlands, Austria, Italy, and Belgium. Banco Santander currently serves more than 100 million customers through a global network of 14,400 branches, the largest in the international banking sector. It has 1.388 billion euros in managed funds in all customer segments, more than 3.3 million shareholders, and 187,000 employees.