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BNP Paribas SA (BNP.PA)

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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51.87+0.19 (+0.37%)
At close: 05:39PM CEST
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  • Financial Times

    Banks turn to blockchain in search for high-quality trading assets

    BNP Paribas has joined JPMorgan in using digital tokens for short-term trading in fixed-income markets as some of the world’s biggest investment banks step up efforts to modernise the $12tn market with blockchain technology. The arrangement represents the first steps in efforts to use digital tokens in one of the crucial links of the global financial system. The repurchase, or repo, market is used by investors to borrow high-quality assets for a couple of days, and by central banks to conduct their monetary policies.

  • Bloomberg

    BNP Banker Fired for Terrorizing Traders Wins $1.8 Million

    (Bloomberg) -- A senior BNP Paribas SA banker fired after being accused of terrorizing subordinates on the trading floor was awarded nearly 1.7 million euros ($1.8 million) in compensation and lost bonuses.Most Read from BloombergOnetime Richest Singapore Tycoon Has Lost 80% of His FortuneWalmart Flashes a Warning Sign to the Entire Consumer EconomyElon Musk Has a Bigger Problem Than Twitter Bots: A Huge Debt BurdenUS Set to Block Russian Debt Payments, Raising Odds of DefaultElon Musk Does Not

  • Reuters

    BNP Paribas shareholder meeting disrupted by green activists

    Environmental activists briefly disrupted BNP Paribas' annual shareholder meeting in Paris on Tuesday, accusing France's largest listed bank of being Europe's main financing partner for the fossil energies sector. Fourteen activists sounded portable alarms when the bank's executives presented the firm's targets and actions in the fight against climate change. In a statement, the activists also criticized BNP Paribas' ties with TotalEnergies, pointing out BNP Paribas' financing links with the French oil and energy giant.

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