I'm very sorry to say that, dear noir-dresses, but I believe that you'll have severe losses over your investment in BMP.
Bondholders will probably recover half of the former nominal value, shareholders will probably recover just a 33% or less of the last stock quotes (it was 21 EUR, if I remember correctly).
Anyway, these are just my personal predictions, and I would be glad to be denied on that! I'm just a guy who invests his savings, I'm not a high finance guru, and I really wish you to recover a lot more than I think is likely to happen.
By the way, "the time to buy is when there's blood in the streets". The stock market of Italian banks now is underrated because of the reputation of poor solidity, after the BMP mess.
Look at these numbers. This is the history of the Intesa San Paolo's dividend payout. It has an interesting 6,3% dividend yield, at this moment. It is a far more solid bank than BMP, and it's a good opportunity to keep diversified your investment portfolio. Feel free to dismiss this advice.
Remember, keep your investment portfolio diversified, splitted in half with high standard bonds and half in common stock, in at least 10 to 15 companies, always with a reliable dividend payout history and their funding obtained at least 50% from its bondholders rather than by bank loans. And follow strictly a dollar cost average policy. In this way you will minimize the risk of other troubles like BMP
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