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Banco BPM S.p.A. (BAMI.MI)

Milan - Milan 延遲價格。貨幣為 EUR。
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前收市價2.6500
開市2.6440
買盤2.6380 x 0
賣出價2.6900 x 0
今日波幅2.6370 - 2.7000
52 週波幅2.1260 - 3.7620
成交量7,240,436
平均成交量13,404,443
市值4.021B
Beta 值 (5 年,每月)1.14
市盈率 (最近 12 個月)6.83
每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)0.3900
業績公佈日2022年11月08日
遠期股息及收益率0.19 (6.68%)
除息日2022年4月19日
1 年預測目標價3.76
  • Reuters

    Credit Agricole sees profit topping 6 billion euros in 2025, growth in Italy

    PARIS (Reuters) -French bank Credit Agricole is targeting a net profit of more than 6 billion euros ($6.3 billion) by 2025 and sees strong potential for its business in Italy, it said on Wednesday as it unveiled a new strategic plan. France's second biggest listed lender, which last year made underlying net income of 5.4 billion euros, expects annual revenues to rise by around 3.5% on average in 2021-25 - with growth coming from large clients, specialist financial services such as its car leasing business, and Italian operations. It added it would allocate around 20 billion euros to information technology and digital spending over the period.

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    Banco BPM lower loan writedown, revenue rise land profit beat

    MILAN (Reuters) -Italy's Banco BPM posted a higher-than-expected first-quarter net profit on Thursday, helped by a combination of higher revenues and lower loan writedowns. Banco BPM, which is Italy's third-largest bank, said its net profit for the three months to March was up 77.6% from a year earlier to 177.8 million euros ($187 million), higher than a 131 million-euro forecast in a Reuters poll of analysts. Banco BPM said it would continue its drive to reduce risks and as part of this strategy announced the sale of 700 million euros of soured loans.

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    Credit Agricole stake in Italy's Banco BPM sparks bid speculation

    MILAN (Reuters) -France's Credit Agricole has become the single largest investor in Banco BPM after buying a 9.2% stake, raising the prospect of a full takeover bid and sending shares in Italy's third-largest lender sharply higher. While Credit Agricole said it had not sought supervisory approval to go above 10%, analysts pointed to the gradual stakebuilding since 2018 that preceded its $1 billion takeover of regional Italian lender Credito Valtellinese (CreVal) in 2021. Credit Agricole had no comment.