Macquarie Group

Macquarie Group Limited (MGL) acts as a non-operating holding company. Through its subsidiaries, it provides banking, financial, advisory, investment and funds management services. The company operates in five operating groups and two operating divisions, which include macquarie securities group, macquarie capital, macquarie funds group, fixed income, currencies and commodities, corporate and asset finance division, real estate banking division, banking and financial services group and corporate. Macquarie Group has a stock market ticker code of MQG. The company is a publicly listed company on the Australian share market, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) and is a part of the Diversified Financials industry.

Macquarie Group (MQG) Share Price


Macquarie Group Limited (MQG) share price. Macquarie Group is in the Diversified Financials industry and is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX). The company's share price chart is located above. A stock price chart may be of interest to active traders who rely on technical analysis for their share trading decisions on buying or selling Macquarie Group shares.

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Macquarie Group (MQG) News


Discover the latest news about Macquarie Group (MQG). Macquarie Group Limited (MGL) acts as a non-operating holding company. Through its subsidiaries, it provides banking, financial, advisory, investment and funds management services.

Warning on earnings points to a business model caught in a downward spiral


The shattered business model of Macquarie Group, as evidenced by its 25 per cent profit downgrade yesterday, raises questions about whether Nicholas Moore is the right man to lead the ...

Corporate finance unit leads the way


THE slump in earnings at Macquarie Group's core businesses has led the bank to highlight the strength of lesser-known divisions, including the Corporate Asset Finance unit that is profiting from ...

Staff cull on the cards at Macquarie


MACQUARIE GROUP is expected to push ahead with a round of staff cuts as its main business units continue struggle under subdued global trading conditions, triggering the investment bank's third ...

Earnings: Macquarie's Interim Profit Drop


Macquarie Group's profit downgrade yesterday should be looked at as a big canary in the coal mine sort of warning for the rest of the world's investment and asset trading ...

Macquarie trick may be all played out


The shattered business model of Macquarie Group prompts the question: is Nicholas Moore the right man to lead the bank in the new era of tight credit markets?

Bank emphasises its diversity


Macquarie Group's earning slump has highlighted the strength of lesser-known divisions that are profiting from the taxpayer-backed wholesale funding guarantee.

Gloom haunts Macquarie


Macquarie Group is expected to push ahead with staff cuts as its biggest business units struggle under subdued global conditions.

Macquarie plunges on downgrade


MACQUARIE Group, the so-called Millionaires Factory, has taken the knife to its first-half profit estimates, blaming weak global market conditions for flagging revenues at three pivotal divisions.

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