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The table below shows the consensus earnings estimates for Q2 2015. The estimates are prepared by Danske Bank's IR team. They are based on input sent to Danske Bank before the release of the interim report for H1 2015 from analysts who follow the bank's financial performance.

 

 

Consensus - Q2 2015 (DKK m)
Low
Average
High
Net interest income
5,254
5,541
5,839
Net fee income
2,753
2,930
3,165
Net trading income
1,222
1,676
2,231
Other income
310
353
399
Net income from insurance business
80
396
 546
Total income
10,474
10,896
11,584
Total expenses
5,579
5,405
5,234
Profit before loan impairment charges
4,958
5,491
6,109
Loan impairment charges
765
533
415
Profit before tax, core
4,269
4,958
5,629
Profit before tax, Non-core
-118
-29
35
Profit before tax
4,245
4,929
5,579
Tax
1,311
1,178
1,068
Net profit for the period
3,141
3,751
4,268
Attributable to minority interests
-2
0
6
Net profit after minorities
3,147
3,751
4,268
​Earnings per share (DKK) ​3.3 3.7​ 4.2​
​REA (DKK bn) ​883 ​890 899​
CET1 ratio (reported), %
​14.1 ​14.4 ​14.5

 

 

    Contributors:

    • ABG Sundal Collier
    • Alm. Brand 
    • Arctic Securities
    • Bank of America Merrill Lynch
    • Berenberg
    • Carnegie
    • Citi Group 
    • Danske Bank
    • DNB
    • Exane BNP Paribas
    • Goldman Sachs
    • Handelsbanken
    • HSBC 
  • Jyske Bank
  • Macquarie
  • Nomura 
  • Nordea
  • SEB
  • UBS
  •  


    See contact details for analysts who publish research on Danske Bank.


    Last updated on 7 July 2015

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