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Intesa Sanpaolo SpA (ISP.MI)

ISP.MI on Milan Stock Exchange

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Tue, May 8 2018

UPDATE 1-Intesa Sanpaolo sticks to higher profit pledge after best Q1 since 2008

MILAN, May 8 Italy's top retail bank Intesa Sanpaolo stuck to its pledge for better full-year results after posting its best first-quarter profit since 2008 and beating forecasts.

REFILE-Intesa Sanpaolo sticks to higher profit pledge after Q1 tops forecast

MILAN, May 8 Italy's top retail bank Intesa Sanpaolo stuck to its pledge for higher full-year profits after beating forecasts in the first quarter, lifted by higher trading and net interest income.

Intesa Sanpaolo not in talks with anyone for wealth management tie-up: CEO

MILAN Intesa Sanpaolo is not in talks with anyone about a tie-up in wealth management as overly high multiples make it impossible to create value through a deal, Chief Executive Carlo Messina said on Friday.

Intesa Sanpaolo not in talks with anyone for wealth management tie-up - CEO

MILAN, April 27 Intesa Sanpaolo is not in talks with anyone about a tie-up in wealth management as overly high multiples make it impossible to create value through a deal, Chief Executive Carlo Messina said on Friday.

BRIEF-Intesa Sanpaolo CEO not worried about Monte dei Paschi, will not intervene

* STRUCTURAL CONDITIONS AT MONTE DEI PASCHI NOT WORRYING, IN ANY CASE INTESA NOT WILLING TO INTERVENE

BRIEF-Intesa Sanpaolo loan to Glencore for Rosneft amortizing, matures Dec. 2021

April 27 Intesa Sanpaolo chairman Gian Maria Gros-Pietro says:

BRIEF-Intesa Sanpaolo foundation shareholder cuts stake to 7.54 pct

April 27 Intesa Sanpaolo chairman Gian Maria Gros-Pietro says at the lender's shareholder meeting:

Intesa's Intrum deal brings calm after 'perfect storm' of bad loans

MILAN Intesa SanPaolo's deal with Sweden's Intrum Justitia shows bad loans can be sold without a loss and will help Italian lenders turn a corner after "a perfect storm" of fire sales, CEO Carlo Messina said.

UPDATE 1-Intesa's Intrum deal brings calm after 'perfect storm' of bad loans

* Intesa, Intrum to create Italian debt servicing company (Recasts after press conference)

UPDATE 2-South European debt in demand as top Italian lender sheds bad loans

* Euro zone periphery govt bond yields http://tmsnrt.rs/2ii2Bqr (Updates prices for close)

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