BMPS.MI - BCA MPS

Milan - Milan Delayed price. Currency in EUR
15.08
-1.22 (-7.48%)
At close: 6:40PM CEST
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Previous close16.30
Open15.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range14.71 - 17.00
52-week range14.71 - 17.00
Volume3,781,888
Avg. volumeN/A
Market capN/A
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
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  • EU parliament head challenges ECB over bad loan guidelines
    Reuters10 days ago

    EU parliament head challenges ECB over bad loan guidelines

    The head of the European parliament has challenged the European Central Bank over how new guidelines for bank bad loans are being set, escalating a row between Italy and the ECB over the proposed measures. The ECB last week issued new proposals that will force banks from 2018 to set aside more cash against newly classified bad loans and said it may also present additional measures to tackle the sector's huge stock of bad debts. Italy - whose banks hold nearly 30 percent of the bloc's 915 billion euros (£817 billion) in bad loans - has reacted angrily to the proposals, asking the ECB to soften them following a public consultation that runs until Dec. 8.

  • Reuters14 days 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.

  • Exclusive: Italy's central bank asks ECB to soften bad-loan plans - source
    Reuters14 days ago

    Exclusive: Italy's central bank asks ECB to soften bad-loan plans - source

    Italy's central bank is calling on the European Central Bank to soften new requirements for banks to set aside more capital to cover newly classified bad loans, a source told Reuters. Italian banks hold nearly 30 percent of the euro zone's 915 billion euros (838.54 billion pounds) of problematic debts and investors are concerned new ECB guidelines announced on Wednesday will lead to further writedowns of soured loans. The source, who is close to the Bank of Italy, said it wanted secured loans to be exempted from the new rules, challenging one of the main planks of the ECB guidelines, which are the subject of a public consultation until Dec. 8.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Italy's Banca Carige sets bond conversion terms in step to raise capital

    Troubled Italian lender Banca Carige (CRGI.MI) set the terms of an offer to convert its junior debt into senior bonds on Friday as part of efforts to raise capital by the end of the year. After Rome rescued larger rival Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS.MI) and liquidated two failing regional banks this year, Carige came into focus as the last large Italian bank still in difficulty following a deep recession. The European Central Bank has given Italy's ninth-largest bank until the end of December to strengthen its capital.

  • Germany's Schaeuble urges fresh bank rules after Italy crisis
    AFP3 months ago

    Germany's Schaeuble urges fresh bank rules after Italy crisis

    French Economy, Finance Trade Minister Bruno Le Maire (L) greets German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble during a Eurogroup meeting on July 10, 2017 in Brussels

  • Italy's Monte dei Paschi bank to cut fifth of workforce
    AFP4 months ago

    Italy's Monte dei Paschi bank to cut fifth of workforce

    On Tuesday, the EU competition commission approved the bailout of Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS), which has been in deep trouble since the eurozone debt crisis

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Italian bond yields edge higher as ECB bias, bank rescue cloud picture

    Investors were scrutinising the outlook for Italian bond yields closely on Wednesday after the European Central Bank bought more of that country's debt than usual in its flagship asset-buying program. The ECB bought more than two billion euros of Italian and French bonds than it was supposed to in June, moving further away from a rule aimed at ensuring that its stimulus is evenly spread across the euro zone. The conflict for investors is that Italy, seen as one of the biggest beneficiaries of the ECB's bond buying scheme, is expected to be amongst the losers as the central bank unwinds extraordinary stimulus.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Worldpay, M&A in focus as European shares consolidate; Italy banks up

    A spate of dealmaking news swept European stocks on Tuesday, with Worldpay soaring after bid approaches, helping mitigate a broad based pull back from the previous session's strong gains. On Monday, European shares had their strongest day since April 24, when Emmanuel Macron won the first round of France's presidential election. "Today is a consolidation day after gains yesterday, as we don't have a U.S. market," said Angelo Meda, head of equities at Banor Capital.

  • EU approves bailout of Italy's Monte dei Paschi bank
    AFP4 months ago

    EU approves bailout of Italy's Monte dei Paschi bank

    Founded in Siena in 1472, Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS) has been in deep trouble since the eurozone debt crisis

  • Markets cheer €17bn bail-out for failing Italian banks
    Sky News4 months ago

    Markets cheer €17bn bail-out for failing Italian banks

    Markets across Europe cheered as Italy's €17bn (£15bn) bail-out of two Italian banks was approved - but it raised questions over rules designed to end taxpayer-funded rescues. Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in the sector rose while Italian and other Eurozone bond yields fell - meaning lower borrowing costs for governments - as the package eased some of the fears over toxic loans choking the country's banking system. The rescue for customers and investors in the failing Veneto Banca and Banca Popolare di Vicenza produced a sigh of relief for other banks wary of having to shoulder the burden of their collapse.

  • Italy to pay up to 17 bn euros to deal with two troubled banks: govt
    AFP4 months ago

    Italy to pay up to 17 bn euros to deal with two troubled banks: govt

    Italian government will stage two Venetian banks', Banca Popolare di Vicenza and Veneto Banca, rescue with support from the country's biggest retail bank, Intesa Sanpaolo

  • Rome out to rescue two troubled banks
    AFP4 months ago

    Rome out to rescue two troubled banks

    Intesa Sanpaolo, Italy's biggest retail bank, will help the federal government rescue two Venetian banks facing bankruptcy

  • Santander buys 'failing' rival Banco Popular for €1
    Sky News4 months ago

    Santander buys 'failing' rival Banco Popular for €1

    One of Spain's biggest banks has been saved from collapse after it was bought by rival Santander for just €1. The deal will see Santander take on the bank's customers, branches and also its liabilities, estimated at around €5bn. It also means that Santander has now become the biggest banking group in Spain.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Italy outperforms European shares after GDP surprise

    European shares inched up on Thursday, with blue chips in Milan taking the lead after better than expected Italian economic growth helped markets shrug off political worries. Italy's economy grew 0.4 percent ...

  • EU approves Italy rescue of troubled Monte dei Paschi bank
    AFP5 months ago

    EU approves Italy rescue of troubled Monte dei Paschi bank

    Italy's troubled third-largest bank, Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS) has been in deep trouble since the worst of the eurozone debt crisis

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-Macron stretches lead before French vote

    Tonight marks the end of official campaigning in France's presidential election, with final polls suggesting centrist Emmanuel Macron has stretched out his lead over Marine Le Pen (Other OTC: PENC - news) to around 62-38. The dollar index, which measures the greenback against a basket of currencies, is marginally lower.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    Euro zone banks under scrutiny but none in danger watchdog says

    Several European banks are being closely monitored by the agency responsible for closing lenders which go bust in the euro zone, but none are failing or about to fail, the head of the Single Resolution Board (SRB) said on Wednesday. Elke Koenig did not mention any EU country by name but told the European Parliament's economic affairs committee the SRB was studying a number of banks in "shaky waters". Since the 2007-09 financial crisis, the EU has adopted rules to shield taxpayers from having to bail out lender again and attention in the single currency bloc has been focused on Italy's plans to bail out two regional banks.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    MORNING BID EUROPE-A new Greek nail-biter

    Concern that Greece and its lenders are not seeing eye-to-eye on its future have grown in recent weeks, with the yield on its two-year government bond rising above 10 percent. A comment earlier this week by German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble that Greece should leave the euro if it cannot fulfil its bailout commitments has rattled investors, as has the continued stand-off between the IMF and euro zone lenders about how to deal with Athens's still-crushing debt load. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban will today deliver his annual state of the nation speech, traditionally the platform to lay out policies and the direction ahead.

  • Troubled Italian bank BMPS reports 2016 net loss of 3.38bn euros
    AFP8 months ago

    Troubled Italian bank BMPS reports 2016 net loss of 3.38bn euros

    Market forecasters expected a loss of two billion euros for BMPS

  • UniCredit suffers net loss of 11.8 bn euros in 2016
    AFP8 months ago

    UniCredit suffers net loss of 11.8 bn euros in 2016

    Unicredit has taken 13.1 bn euros in charges to clean up its books

  • UniCredit expects 11.8 bn euro loss for 2016
    AFP9 months ago

    UniCredit expects 11.8 bn euro loss for 2016

    UniCredit saw its share price nearly halved in 2016

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    Trade tensions, dollar danger cloud economic optimism in Davos

    A trade war between the United States and China and a strengthening dollar are among the biggest threats to a brightening global economic outlook, according to leading economists at the World Economic Forum in Davos. As political leaders, businessmen and bankers converge on the resort in the Swiss Alps this week, they can draw hope from a more benign economic picture and a rally in global stock markets on expectations of major stimulus under a new U.S. administration led by Donald Trump. The backdrop is brighter than it was a year ago, when concerns about a rapid economic slowdown in China led to what Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam described at the time as "the worst start to any year on record in financial markets ever".

  • UniCredit shareholders back $14 bn rights issue
    AFP9 months ago

    UniCredit shareholders back $14 bn rights issue

    UniCredit saw its share price nearly halved last year although it managed to claw back 25 percent of its value over the past three months

  • Spain's banks recover but toxic assets remain
    AFP9 months ago

    Spain's banks recover but toxic assets remain

    Hit by a severe crisis years ago, Spain's banking sector -- including its biggest bank, Banco Santander -- has recovered but new worries have since emerged

  • World markets end volatile year mostly in the black
    AFP10 months ago

    World markets end volatile year mostly in the black

    London's FTSE 100 has gained 14.3 percent over the year, while Frankfurt's DAX 30 added about 6.9 percent and the Paris CAC 40 won 4.9 percent

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