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    1. Due to its low price, Bankia is considered to be a good opportunity to enter the stock. Their €2. 30 price per share seems to be a fair price for their valuation. 2. It could be said that it cannot get any worse for Bankia. With an expectation of 27% growth over the next couple of years, Bankia seems to be in a good position to start giving investors a break from its disastrous past. 3. As with any other troubled Stock, CFDs remain a safe trading option. If you believe that Bankia is in no position to improve their revenue and share price, you can go short on your trade, making the most of a bad situation.
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The Spanish Bank was founded in 2010 in Madrid and Valencia, consolidating the operations of seven regional savings banks. In 2012 it was partially nationalized by the government of Spain due to the near collapse of the institution.As of 2017, Bankia is the fourth largest bank of Spain with total assets of €170B. In 2011 Bankia went public (IPO) and started trading under the symbol BKIA, it is currently listed in the IBEX 35, the Spanish Index.In 2012 Bankia was the largest holder of real estate assets at €38B and in May, and to this day it's 65% government owned. The Bank was bailed out twice by the Spanish government, to the tune of €19B and an extra €4.5B. Because the money was provided by the Frob (Spain's state bank bailout fund) they were not subjected to the stricter conditions that Europe normally attaches to any bank rescue.In July 2012, Spanish banks borrowed a record amount of €376B from the ECB. Currently, Bankia's share price is €2. 24, a humiliating amount compared to the €1086 back in March 2012.

1. It is clear that Bankia has had a troublesome past, if you are thinking of investing and/or trading this stock, you should have in mind the track record of its management team, have these factors changed since the last time you looked at Bankia?2. If you are a potential investor and you have been keeping an eye on Bankia, now might not be the most optimal time to buy, given it is trading in its supposed fair value. However, their forecast is optimistic for the stock, which means it is worth checking out factors such as the potential of its balance sheet so that you can take advantage of the next price drop.

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