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BNP Paribas SA (BNPQY)

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30.58-0.43 (-1.39%)
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Previous Close31.01
Open30.56
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range30.55 - 30.95
52 Week Range16.78 - 35.31
Volume110,467
Avg. Volume385,870
Market Cap75.911B
Beta (5Y Monthly)2.05
PE Ratio (TTM)8.92
EPS (TTM)3.43
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.67 (2.08%)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 20, 2021
1y Target Est42.32
  • BNP Profit Beats as CEO Bonnafe Sees Rebound in Equities
    Bloomberg

    BNP Profit Beats as CEO Bonnafe Sees Rebound in Equities

    (Bloomberg) -- BNP Paribas SA got a boost from lower provisions for bad loans and a rebound in equities trading last quarter, as Chief Executive Officer Jean-Laurent Bonnafe builds up the trading business.Revenue from the stocks unit more than doubled from a year earlier, helping drive a 27% jump in overall profit that topped analysts’ estimates. Still, the Paris-based lender saw a steep drop in the larger fixed-income trading business that mirrored the performance of Wall Street peers, as well

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 3-France's BNP bolsters profit as state softens pandemic blow

    France's biggest listed lender BNP Paribas joined rivals to slash provisions for unpaid loans, as they cashed in on unprecedented government support to keep the economy afloat during the coronavirus pandemic. The government ended France’s third national lockdown in mid-May and has been gradually relaxing other restrictions since. Like other European countries, France borrows to pay for public spending, which it has ramped up dramatically during the pandemic.

  • France's BNP bolsters profit as state softens pandemic blow
    Reuters

    France's BNP bolsters profit as state softens pandemic blow

    PARIS (Reuters) -France's biggest listed lender BNP Paribas joined rivals to slash provisions for unpaid loans, as they cashed in on unprecedented government support to keep the economy afloat during the coronavirus pandemic. Chief Executive Officer Jean-Laurent Bonnafe said he was preparing for a "solid recovery" after the euro zone's biggest lender on Friday reported a 26.6% jump in second-quarter net income. The government ended France’s third national lockdown in mid-May and has been gradually relaxing other restrictions since.