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Banque de la Reunion Company Snapshot
Banque de la Reunion operates within the Commercial banks sector. In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Banque de la Reunion with three other banks in Europe: Tekstil Bankasi As of Turkey (2013 sales of 335.60 million Turkish Liras [US$133.77 million] ), Sparebank 1 Ostfold Akershus of Norway (1.01 billion Norwegian Kroner [US$132.10 million] of which 17% was PM), and General Bank of Greece SA which is based in Greece (117.64 million Euro [US$131.74 million] of which 20% was Commercial Banking).

Sales Analysis. During the year ended December of 2013, sales at Banque de la Reunion were 118.92 million Euro (US$133.17 million). This is a decrease of 13.7% versus 2012, when the company's sales were 137.85 million Euro.
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  Stock Performance Chart for Banque de la Reunion
  Stock Data: Recent Stock Performance:
  Current Price (2/27/2015): 140.50
(Figures in Euro)
1 Week 0.0%   13 Weeks 1.3%  
4 Weeks 1.8%   52 Weeks 59.0%  
Banque de la Reunion Key Data:
  Ticker: BQRE Country: France
  Exchanges: PAR Major Industry: Banks
    Sub Industry: Commercial Banks
  2013 Sales 118,921,000
(Year Ending Jan 2014).
Employees: 475
  Currency: Euro Market Cap: 236,891,009
  Fiscal Yr Ends: December Shares Outstanding: 1,686,057
  Share Type: Actions Ordinaires Closely Held Shares: 1,509,680
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