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    1. It seems pretty obvious that the bank, compared to other giants of the industry, has had little to no trouble with their investors and other scandals (apart from the sanctions fine). Also, it has seen stable revenues over the years, ranging from €38B in 2013, to €43B in 2017. 2. BNP Paribas is considered one of those rarity large banks that actually delivers on their promises to stakeholders. In 2016 it was producing better returns that many of the US Banks despite being anchored in a low-growth home region and hence, it was the standout candidate as the world's best bank in the Euromoney Awards for Excellence 2016. 3. It is a bank that also focuses greatly on developing markets, that way embracing a more geographic and business diversity. It looks like BNP Paribas, unlike their other large banks counterparts, will keep experiencing growth.
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Stretching back to its first foundation in 1848, BNP Paribas is now the 8th world's largest bank by total assets. It was formed through a merger in 2000 of Banque Nationale de Paris (1848) and Paribas (1872). The group is listed on the first market of Euronext Paris and is a component of the Euro Stoxx 50 Index, while it is also included in the French CAC 40 Index.In 2007, BNP Paribas became the first major financial group to acknowledge the impact of the sub-prime crisis by closing two funds exposed to it. Due to the quick reaction, the bank is considered to have saved themselves, not following the fate of other large banks such as UBS.BNP Paribas achieved some great mergers and acquisitions, but in June 2014, it pleaded guilty to violating U.S Sanctions against Cuba, Iran and Sudan. It agreed to pay $8.9B, one of the largest fines at that time.Their shares dipped back in 2011 and 2012, but from then on, even though their $8.9B fine, shares have remained somewhat stable around the €40 to a high €68 in January 2018.

1. Regardless of how BNP Paribas looks like the next shiny object, their price-to-earnings ratio of 9.01x shows undervalued relative to the FR market average range of 17.56x. This multiple is a median of profitable companies of 17 Banks companies in France. This means that the BNP appears to be overvalued compared to their industry average. 2. BNP's current undervaluation could be a sign of a potential buying opportunity and increase your exposure to the stock. 3. Other things you want to take into account when making the decision of whether to buy or sell this stock are: the company's financial health and past track records.

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