Firstrand traded at 6,335.00 this Friday July 1st, increasing 98.00 or 1.57 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Firstrand gained 8.24 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price rose by 19.44 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Firstrand to be priced at 6,664.81 by the end of this quarter and at 6,050.87 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

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Peers Price Day Year
Absa Group Ltd 15,622.00 162.00 1.05% 17.64%
Alexander Forbes Group Holdings Ltd 477.00 0 0% 19.85%
Capitec Bank Holdings Ltd 198,500.00 287.00 0.14% 18.86%
FCMB Group 3.45 0.15 4.55% 8.49%
Fidelity Bank 3.34 0.03 0.91% 43.97%
Firstrand 6,335.00 98.00 1.57% 19.44%
Investec 444.10 -0.70 -0.16% 52.98%
Nedbank Group 20,685.00 -41.00 -0.20% 22.88%
Rmb Holdings 171.00 0 0% 21.28%
Sberbank 131.29 6.09 4.86% -57.29%
Standard Bank 15,500.00 -17.00 -0.11% 22.89%
Sterling Bank 1.54 0.02 1.32% -1.28%
United Bank For Africa 7.45 0 0% 1.36%

Indexes Price Day Year
SA40 59481 -627.55 -1.04% -1.35%
SAALL 65557 -665.85 -1.01% -1.16%

FirstRand Limited provides banking, insurance and investment products and services to retail, commercial, corporate and public sector customers in South Africa and various African countries. The Company consists of a portfolio of financial services franchises, including First National Bank (FNB), a retail and commercial bank; Rand Merchant Bank (RMB), a corporate and investment bank; WesBank, its installment finance business, and Ashburton Investments, its investment management business. The Company's segments include FNB, FNB Africa, RMB, WesBank and FCC. FNB includes activities in the retail and commercial segments in South Africa. RMB includes activities in the corporate and investment banking segments in South Africa. WesBank includes activities in asset-based finance and related products in the retail, commercial and corporate segments of South Africa and rest of Africa, and asset-based motor finance through MotoNovo Finance in the United Kingdom.