IES.DE - Intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A.

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
3.075
0.000 (0.000%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close3.075
Open3.100
Bid0.000 x 2000000
Ask0.000 x 100
Day's Range3.075 - 3.118
52 Week Range2.465 - 3.250
Volume22,347
Avg. Volume28,766
Market Cap51.594B
Beta1.61
PE Ratio (TTM)7.05
EPS (TTM)0.436
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.20 (6.60%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-05-22
1y Target EstN/A
  • Intrum CEO: Intessa debt collection unit deal a market 'm...
    CNBC Videos18 hours ago

    Intrum CEO: Intessa debt collection unit deal a market 'm...

    Mikael Ericson said the deal was part of Intrum's strategy to become a market leader in Italy.

  • Moody's2 hours ago

    Intrum Justitia AB -- Moody's affirms Intrum Justitia's Ba2 corporate family rating; outlook changed to stable

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  • Reuters7 hours ago

    Italy's Pop Bari sets aggressive bad loan target - sources

    Italy's Popolare di Bari has set an ambitious target to reduce its soured debt this year, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters, in a move likely to heighten concerns it will need fresh capital. Italian banks, laid low by a mountain of bad loans left behind by a deep recession, have been raising capital in recent years and shed some 80 billion euros (69.73 billion pounds) in soured debt from a peak of 360 billion euros. The partial clean-up and recent successful cash calls by smaller lenders such as Creval (PCVI.MI) suggest the industry is turning a corner after a crisis that culminated in last year's state rescue of Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS.MI).

  • Reuters2 days ago

    European shares rise as sentiment improves, Italian banks rally

    LONDON (Reuters) - European shares rose on Tuesday to their highest since the end of February as sentiment on tensions between the U.S. and Russia eased and attention shifted to deal-making and first-quarter ...

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Landmark bad loan deal boosts Italy bank stocks and govt bonds

    Italian banking stocks rallied and bonds rose on Tuesday after the country's biggest lender, Intesa Sanpaolo (ISP.MI), agreed a bad loan sale at favourable conditions, which investors say could help other lenders achieve better terms and boost lending. Italian banks still hold some 285 billion euros ($353 billion) in troubled loans four years after a deep recession that had pushed that figure up to 360 billion euros, curbing lending to businesses and raising fears of a big bank failure. "We have now finally turned the corner on the aggregate amount of NPL exposure in Italy," said Pierre Bose, head of European strategy at Credit Suisse Wealth Management.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    South European debt in demand as top Italian lender sheds bad loans

    Southern European government borrowing costs fell on Tuesday, outperforming better-rated peers, as Italian lender Intesa Sanpaolo reached a landmark deal that analysts said is positive for the euro zone's third-largest economy. Intesa, Italy's largest bank by market capitalisation, reached a 3.6 billion euro ($4.45 billion) deal with Swedish group Intrum that will allow it to shed 10.8 billion euros of bad loans from its balance sheet. Analysts say the deal brightens the outlook for Italian banks, which still hold some 285 billion euros in soured debt four years after a deep recession pushed the figure to 360 billion euros.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    European shares edge up as sentiment improves, Intrum surges

    European shares edged up on Tuesday morning as sentiment regarding tensions between the U.S. and Russia eased up with attention shifting to the first-quarter earnings season and deal-making. The pan-regional ...

  • Intesa to shed $13 billion in bad debts with Intrum deal
    Reuters3 days ago

    Intesa to shed $13 billion in bad debts with Intrum deal

    Sweden's Intrum Justitia (INTRUM.ST) has filed a binding bid for Intesa Sanpaolo's (ISP.MI) debt collection unit in a 3.6 billion euro deal that rids the Italian bank of 10.8 billion euros (9.3 billion pounds) in bad debts. The deal, which Intesa's board will discuss on Tuesday, values the unit at 0.5 billion euros and the bad loans at 3.1 billion euros, implying an overall net capital gain for the bank of 400 million euros, Intesa said.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Intesa to shed $13 billion in bad debts with Intrum deal

    Sweden's Intrum Justitia has filed a binding bid for Intesa Sanpaolo's debt collection unit in a 3.6 billion euro deal that rids the Italian bank of 10.8 billion euros ($13 billion) in bad debts. The deal, which Intesa's board will discuss on Tuesday, values the unit at 0.5 billion euros and the bad loans at 3.1 billion euros, implying an overall net capital gain for the bank of 400 million euros, Intesa said.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Intesa to shed $13 bln in bad debts with Intrum deal

    Sweden's Intrum Justitia has filed a binding bid for Intesa Sanpaolo's debt collection unit in a 3.6 billion euro deal that rids the Italian bank of 10.8 billion euros ($13 billion) in bad debts. The deal, which Intesa's board will discuss on Tuesday, values the unit at 0.5 billion euros and the bad loans at 3.1 billion euros, implying an overall net capital gain for the bank of 400 million euros, Intesa said.

  • Financial Times4 days ago

    [$$] Intesa set for record €11bn sale of non-performing loans

    Intesa Sanpaolo is close to agreeing the Italian bank’s biggest ever sale of non-performing loans after receiving a binding offer from Sweden’s Intrum to buy its debt-collection operation and €10.8bn of ...

  • Moody's22 days ago

    Towers CQ S.r.l. -- Moody's assigns definitive ratings to Italian CDQ ABS notes issued by Towers CQ S.r.l.

    Moody's Investors Service, ("Moody's") has assigned the following definitive ratings to ABS notes issued by Towers CQ S.r.l. (the "Issuer"): EUR 60M Class M Asset Backed Fixed Rate ...

  • Simply Wall St.22 days ago

    What Do Analysts Think About Intesa Sanpaolo Sp.A.’s (BIT:ISP) Future?

    After Intesa Sanpaolo Sp.A.’s (BIT:ISP) earnings announcement in December 2017, analyst consensus outlook seem bearish, with profits predicted to drop by -46.07% next year against the past 5-year average growthRead More...

  • Reuters27 days ago

    Intesa Sanpaolo in talks with various parties on bad loans sale

    Intesa Sanpaolo (ISP.MI) is in talks with various parties interested in buying part of its non-performing loans portfolio, chief executive Carlo Messina said on Friday. The Italian bank had pledged to tackle its bad debts and halve its non-performing loans under a four-year strategic plan laid out in February to increase revenues. "In two years, we have reduced our non-performing loans portfolio by 13 billion euros ($16.07 billion).

  • Three Important Risks For Intesa Sanpaolo Sp.A. (BIT:ISP) You Should Know
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    Three Important Risks For Intesa Sanpaolo Sp.A. (BIT:ISP) You Should Know

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  • Bloomberg2 months ago

    Intesa Wants to Issue More Debt in Asia to Diversify Funding

    Intesa Sanpaolo SpA will offer more debt in Asia to diversify its funding sources, after becoming the first Italian company to issue syndicated bonds in Japanese yen this week, according to its chief financial ...

  • Intesa Sanpaolo to refinance 11 billion euros in bonds this year - CFO
    Reuters2 months ago

    Intesa Sanpaolo to refinance 11 billion euros in bonds this year - CFO

    Intesa Sanpaolo (ISP.MI) is planning to refinance in full 11 billion euros (9.74 billion pounds)in wholesale bonds coming to maturity in 2018, the chief financial officer of Italy's biggest retail bank said on Thursday. Stefano Del Punta told Reuters in a phone interview the bank did not have large refinancing needs this year, as it was still relying on cheap funding provided by the European Central Bank. "Our aim is to keep investors in Europe, United States and Asia interested in our debt," he said, after Intesa Sanpaolo sold a four-tranche bond in yen worth around 350 million euros.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Italian dairy firm Granarolo buys British distributor Midland Food

    MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's Granarolo acquired British food distributor and e-commerce operator Midland Food Group in a move that will make the country its third-biggest market, the dairy group said. ** ...

  • Moody's2 months ago

    Intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A., New York Branch -- Moody's affirms Intesa Sanpaolo's ratings

    Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") today affirmed the baa3 baseline credit assessment (BCA) and all ratings and assessments of Intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A. (Intesa Sanpaolo), maintained a negative ...

  • Bloomberg2 months ago

    Intrum Is Said to Seek Partner for $15 Billion Intesa Bad Loans

    Intrum Justitia AB is seeking a partner to buy a 12.1 billion-euro ($15.1 billion) portfolio of bad loans from Intesa Sanpaolo SpA, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Intesa chairman says sale of bad loan unit won't take long

    Intesa SanPaolo expects a partial sale of its debt collection unit won't take long and looks with particular interest at Sweden's Intrum Justitia, though China's CEFC is also interested, the Italian bank's chairman said. Bowing to regulatory pressure to speed up the reduction of bad debts, Intesa is looking to sell a majority stake in its bad loan unit together with a large portfolio of soured loans. "It won't take long ... we're confident though it's a complex operation," Chairman Gian Maria Gros-Pietro said on the sidelines of the Assiom-Forex banking conference.