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Westpac and NAB Cut Dividends…What’s Next for ASX Bank Stocks?

Whether we like it or not, almost anyone with superannuation will likely have a holding in each of the big four banks. Banks are fighting on many fronts. Not least of all is capital. If they need to hold onto capital, that may mean further reductions in dividends. There is also the issue of margins and low rates...

NAB Faces another Scandal as Share Price falls

All Big Four banks were down on the ASX today. Commonwealth Bank of Australia [ASX:CBA] fell 0.13% at $81.81, Australian and New Zealand Banking Group [ASX:ANZ] fell 0.93% at $27.75 today, Westpac Banking Corp [ASX:WBC] has also lost ground, down 0.17% at $28.75, and National Australian Bank Ltd. [ASX:NAB] fell 0.45% to $28.51, having been down as $27.83.

What’s Going on with the ANZ Share Price?| ASX: ANZ

While all four of the banks’ shares have moved in relative unison since the beginning of the year, ANZ shares seem the more resilient of the bunch. Certainly one of the big factors playing on investors’ minds at the moment is Australia’s all-time low interest rates and the squeeze this is having on the banks’ margins.
Money Morning Australia