BMDPF - Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena S.p.A.

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3.61
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Day's Range0.00 - 0.00
52 Week Range
Volume0
Avg. Volume261
Market Cap2.982B
Beta1.35
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-8.98
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Reuters11 days ago

    Italy's CDP buying Monte dei Paschi is 'fantasy' - Treasury official

    A senior Italian Treasury official dismissed as "fantasy" the idea that state agency Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP) could buy bailed-out lender Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS.MI). Il Messaggero daily reported on Wednesday that Monte dei Paschi could be involved in a potential plan by the Five-Star Movement to make CDP more similar to a French sister agency by putting it in control of a bank to spur investments in infrastructure and corporate lending. "I won't comment but it sounds like a fantasy," Alessandro Rivera told Reuters on the sidelines of a conference in Milan.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    Italy's Monte dei Paschi gears up for London roadshow amid investor nerves - sources

    LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena (MPS) (BMPS.MI) will meet investors in London on April 4, two sources close to the bank told Reuters, as the Tuscan lender seeks to soothe concerns over its turnaround progress. Monte dei Paschi is grappling with falling revenues and high bad loans that led to an 8.1 billion euro ($10 billion) bailout last year, with Rome injecting 3.9 billion euros into the country's fourth-largest bank and investors shouldering the rest. Political uncertainty in Italy following an inconclusive general election adds to the nervousness surrounding Monte dei Paschi, which is 68 percent owned by the state.

  • Monte dei Paschi's bosses confident about turnaround plan: sources
    Reuters17 days ago

    Monte dei Paschi's bosses confident about turnaround plan: sources

    The top executives of bailed-out Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS.MI) told investors in London on Wednesday the bank is making progress with its turnaround plan, two fund managers who attended the meetings said. CEO Marco Morelli and CFO Andrea Rovellini said in one-to-one investor meetings they were confident about hitting targets agreed with EU authorities to clear the rescue, one fund manager said. Italy' fourth-largest bank, brought low by mismanagement and a huge bad loan pile, has been the biggest threat to the country's financial stability for years, until an 8.1 billion euro ($10 billion) bailout last summer handed the Rome government a 68 percent stake.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    Monte dei Paschi's bosses confident about turnaround plan - sources

    The top executives of bailed-out Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS.MI) told investors in London on Wednesday the bank is making progress with its turnaround plan, two fund managers who attended the meetings said. CEO Marco Morelli and CFO Andrea Rovellini said in one-to-one investor meetings they were confident about hitting targets agreed with EU authorities to clear the rescue, one fund manager said. Italy' fourth-largest bank, brought low by mismanagement and a huge bad loan pile, has been the biggest threat to the country's financial stability for years, until an 8.1 billion euro ($10 billion) bailout last summer handed the Rome government a 68 percent stake.

  • Reuters23 days ago

    Italy's Monte dei Paschi gears up for London roadshow amid investor nerves - sources

    LONDON/MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena (MPS) will meet investors in London on April 4, two sources close to the bank told Reuters, as the Tuscan lender seeks to soothe concerns over its turnaround progress. Monte dei Paschi is grappling with falling revenues and high bad loans that led to an 8.1 billion euro (£7.1 billion) bailout last year, with Rome injecting 3.9 billion euros into the country's fourth-largest bank and investors shouldering the rest. Political uncertainty in Italy following an inconclusive general election adds to the nervousness surrounding Monte dei Paschi, which is 68 percent owned by the state.

  • A Year After Bailout, Italy's Paschi Turns Away Bond Buyers
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    A Year After Bailout, Italy's Paschi Turns Away Bond Buyers

    Bond investors are buying into some of Europe’s most troubled banks, in further evidence that the continent’s years-long effort to put its lenders on a solid footing is working.

  • An Unlikely Comeback in Italy
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    An Unlikely Comeback in Italy

    Monte Paschi wants investors to believe it has put its troubled past behind it.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Italy's Monte dei Paschi names new chairwoman to help steer recovery

    Italy's fourth-biggest bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS.MI), rescued from the brink of collapse by a state bailout, has named a new chairwoman and board to help steer a course to recovery. Shareholders on Monday appointed Stefania Bariatti as chairwoman to replace Alessandro Falciai, who decided to leave the bank citing personal reasons.

  • Bank of Italy Head to Face Lawmakers Over Costly Lapses
    Bloomberg4 months ago

    Bank of Italy Head to Face Lawmakers Over Costly Lapses

    Ignazio Visco will defend the Bank of Italy’s oversight of the country’s lenders this week after a crisis that led to taxpayer-funded bailouts, losses for small investors and a damaged reputation for the ...

  • Capital Cube5 months ago

    ETFs with exposure to Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA : December 5, 2017

    Categories: ETFs Yahoo FinanceClick here to see latest analysis ETFs with exposure to Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA Here are 5 ETFs with the largest exposure to BMDPF-US. Comparing the performance and risk of Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA with the ETFs that have exposure to it gives us some ETF choices that could ... Read more (Read more...)

  • Bloomberg5 months ago

    Why So Much Is at Stake in Italy's Next Elections

    Italy’s all-too-familiar postwar brew of government dysfunction, economic stagnation and toxic debt has investors worried again, even as the specter of populist revolt recedes elsewhere in Europe. The ...

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Italy's Monte dei Paschi posts third quarter profit on one-offs, deposits rise

    Weighed down by mismanagement, a derivatives scandal and bad debts, the world's oldest bank turned to Rome for help after failing, in late 2016, to find buyers for a 5 billion euro (4.4 billion pound) share issue needed to keep it afloat. The bank, which suffered heavy deposit outflows before the bailout, said it had added 1.6 billion euros in time deposits and current accounts since the end of June, bringing the total so far this year to 11 billion euros. It posted a third-quarter profit of 242 million euros (213 million pounds) thanks to a one-off gain linked to a debt-to-equity swap it carried out under European rules requiring private investors to bear losses before any state aid is allowed.

  • Reuters6 months ago

    Monte dei Paschi welcomed back by market but below rescue price

    Monte dei Paschi di Siena shares soared on their market return after a 10-month hiatus, but remained well below the price Italy paid to bail out its fourth-largest bank. The world's oldest bank's shares last traded in Milan in December 2016 when Monte dei Paschi had to turn to Rome for help after failing to find buyers for a 5 billion euro ($6 billion) share issue needed to keep it afloat. Weakened by mismanagement, a derivatives scandal and bad debts, Monte dei Paschi has long been at the heart of Italy's banking crisis and its rescue removed the biggest threat to the country's financial system.

  • Monte dei Paschi shares to resume trading after 10-month halt
    Reuters6 months ago

    Monte dei Paschi shares to resume trading after 10-month halt

    Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS.MI) shares will resume trading on Wednesday 10 months after they were suspended when Italy's fourth-largest bank failed to raise capital to bolster its finances. Monte dei Paschi said on Tuesday that Italy's market watchdog had approved a prospectus for its re-listing. The bank's stock is expected to trade below the 6.49 euro price paid by the state in August when it injected 3.85 billion euros into Monte dei Paschi, implying a large paper loss for the country's taxpayers.

  • Reuters6 months ago

    Monte dei Paschi shares to resume trading after 10-month halt

    Monte dei Paschi di Siena shares will resume trading on Wednesday 10 months after they were suspended when Italy's fourth-largest bank failed to raise capital to bolster its finances. Monte dei Paschi said on Tuesday that Italy's market watchdog had approved a prospectus for its re-listing. The bank's stock is expected to trade below the 6.49 euro price paid by the state in August when it injected 3.85 billion euros into Monte dei Paschi, implying a large paper loss for the country's taxpayers.

  • Reuters6 months ago

    Monte dei Paschi shares to re-list on Oct. 25

    Italy's Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena said on Tuesday its shares would resume trading on October 25 after the market regulator approved a document for their relisting. Monte dei Paschi's shares have ...

  • Reuters7 months ago

    Monte Paschi to launch offer to swap retail bondholders' shares

    Italy's Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS.MI) said on Thursday it planned to launch a voluntary public offering on behalf of the state to swap shares former retail bondholders had been given as part of a state bailout into senior debt. Under the plan, Monte dei Paschi issued new shares to all subordinated bondholders whose debt was converted into equity to meet European Union rules shielding taxpayers by imposing losses on investors in the event of a rescue. The Treasury however committed to compensate retail bondholders who had bought the bank's junior debt without being fully aware of the risks, pledging to spend 1.5 billion euros to buy their shares.

  • Op-Ed: If Brexiteers need a real reason to leave the EU, then just look at Italy
    CNBC9 months ago

    Op-Ed: If Brexiteers need a real reason to leave the EU, then just look at Italy

    As the painful and quite frankly embarrassing stumble out of Europe continues for the U.K., I watch with sadness at the pathetic lack of conviction of both the previous Remain and pro-Leave camps.

  • Bank Rescues Leave Sweden Questioning Point of Post-Crisis Union
    Bloomberg9 months ago

    Bank Rescues Leave Sweden Questioning Point of Post-Crisis Union

    As Sweden weighs the pros and cons of joining Europe’s banking union, the Nordic country says Italy’s decision to involve taxpayers isn’t encouraging.

  • $6 bln state bailout for Italy's Monte dei Paschi
    Reuters Videos10 months ago

    $6 bln state bailout for Italy's Monte dei Paschi

    Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena sets out plans to get out of the "emergency room" and return to profit, clearing the way for a state bailout that should remove the biggest threat to the country's financial stability. Laura Frykberg reports.