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BNP Paribas (EPA:BNP) target price increased to 50.00EUR, reported today by Credit Suisse Group

Stating a possible upside of 0.12%, Credit Suisse Group upped the target stock price of BNP Paribas (EPA:BNP) to 50EUR.

On 9/17/2016, Credit Suisse Group reported on BNP Paribas(EPA:BNP) raised the target price from 0.00EUR to 50.00EUR that suggested an upside of 0.12%.

Only yesterday BNP Paribas (EPA:BNP) traded 0.00% even at 44.74EUR. The company’s 50-day average is 0.00EUR and its two hundred day average is 0.00EUR. With the last stock price close up 0.00% relative to the two hundred day moving average, compared to the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index which has fallen -0.01% over the same time. 0 shares of BNP Paribas were exchanged, from ann avg. volume of 0.

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BNP Paribas (EPA:BNP)

BNP Paribas has a one-year low of 0.00EUR and a 52 week high of 0.00EUR. BNP’s total market value is currently 0.0 EUR.

General Information About BNP Paribas (EPA:BNP)

BNP Paribas SA is the parent company of the BNP Paribas Group (BNP Paribas). The Company provides banking and financial services. The Company operates in two divisions: Retail Banking and Services, and Corporate and Institutional Banking (CIB). The Retail Banking and Services division includes retail banking networks and specialized financial services in France and abroad. The Retail Banking and Services division is divided into Domestic Markets and International Financial Services. Domestic Markets include French Retail Banking (FRB); BNL banca commerciale (BNL bc), Italian retail banking; Belgian Retail Banking (BRB), and Other Domestic Markets activities, including Luxembourg Retail Banking (LRB). Its International Financial Services include Europe-Mediterranean, BancWest, Personal Finance, Insurance, and Wealth and Asset Management. CIB includes Corporate Banking, and Global Markets and Securities Services.

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