Bank Leumi Le Israel BM traded at 3,045.00 this Thursday January 26th, decreasing 15.00 or 0.49 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Bank Leumi Le Israel BM lost 6.80 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price fell by 11.56 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Bank Leumi Le Israel BM to be priced at 2,886.87 by the end of this quarter and at 2,629.88 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

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Peers Price Day Year
Abu Dhabi Commercia 8.32 -0.56 -6.31% -7.14%
Bank Negara 9,550.00 75.00 0.79% 27.33%
Israel Discount Bank 1,760.00 -42.00 -2.33% -18.14%
FIBI Holdings 13,800.00 -440.00 -3.09% 4.55%
Inbursa 40.84 -0.25 -0.61% 42.75%
Turkiye Halk Bankasi 10.84 -0.48 -4.24% 122.13%
Mizrahi Tefahot Bank Ltd 11,330.00 -390.00 -3.33% -8.48%
Nedbank Group 22,800.00 124.00 0.55% 20.20%
OTP Bank 11,250.00 -150.00 -1.32% -37.43%
Public Bank BHD 4.25 -0.03 -0.70% 0.71%
Bank Hapoalim BM 3,106.00 -68.00 -2.14% -6.89%
Santander México 23.36 -0.22 -0.93% -0.64%
Yapi Kredi Bankasi 9.09 -0.31 -3.30% 128.39%

Bank Leumi Le Israel BM
Bank Leumi Le Israel BM (the Bank) is an Israel-based financial institution. It operates in Israel and abroad through subsidiaries comprised of banking and non-banking corporations. It operates through seven business segments: Households, providing banking services to households and individuals; Small Businesses, providing banking services to small businesses and local authorities; Corporate Banking, providing banking and financial services to large and international companies for their operations worldwide; Commercial Banking, providing banking and financial services to medium-sized companies and interested parties (Middle Market); Private Banking, providing financial services and solutions to local and global private customers with a large portfolio of financial assets; Financial Management and Capital Markets, providing proprietary activity and trading rooms and servicing institutional clients and foreign financial institutions, as well as Other.