Bper Banca SpA

EMII.MI

$4.70

Closing

▼-0.11%

1D

▲45.77%

YTD

Market cap

$6.65B

52 week high

$4.80

52 week low

$2.54

Volume

9,682,323

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Market cap

$6.65B

Analysts' Rating

BUY

Price Target (Mean)

0.00

Total Analysts

1

P/E

4.22

Operating Margin

0.00%

Beta

1.49

Revenue Growth (Annual)

-

52 week high

$4.80

52 week low

$2.54

Div. Yield

6.80%

EPS Annual Growth

0.00

Note on Purification and Zakat

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  • If you follow S&P Shariah’s Dividend-only purification, then remove the impure income % from the dividends you receive. No purification required for non-dividend paying stocks, according to S&P Shariah.
  • For Zakat, if you did not invest in a company from a long term perspective, then consider the shares as trading goods and give 2.5% of the total value if a year has passed on them. 

Company Profile

Bper Banca SpA , formerly Banca Popolare dell’Emilia Romagna Sc, is an Italian-based banking group offering traditional banking services to individuals, corporate, freelancers and public entities. Its banking services are divided into seven segments. The Private segment serves individual and join accounts. The Retail segment offers sole traders, partnerships and limited corporations, among others. The Corporate segment encompasses public administration, as well as non financial and non-resident companies. The Large Corporate segment covers the banking services with corporate customers and partnerships. The Finance segment covers the treasury activities and management of the Group’s investment portfolio. The Corporate Center segment covers activities related to the governance of the Group, to strategic decisions and results thereof, as well as activities not directly connected to other areas of the business. The Other Activities division includes the non-banking Group entities.