Bbva Banco Frances traded at $4.63 this Friday January 27th, decreasing $0.17 or 3.54 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Bbva Banco Frances lost 22.81 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price rose by 42.90 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Bbva Banco Frances to be priced at 4.50 by the end of this quarter and at 3.77 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.

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Peers Price Day Year
Banco Do Brasil 40.46 -0.17 -0.42% 24.53%
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria 6.43 0.02 0.26% 14.00%
Bbva Banco Frances 4.63 -0.17 -3.54% 42.90%
Bankinter 6.50 0.004 0.06% 23.12%
Banco do Estado do Rio Grande do Sul SA 9.78 -0.01 -0.10% -9.28%
Banco Santander Brasil 5.57 -0.16 -2.79% -9.43%
Santander Mexico Fincl Gp Sab Decv 6.39 0.05 0.79% 14.31%
BM&F Bovespa 12.71 -0.41 -3.13% -13.77%
CaixaBank 4.04 0.05 1.15% 40.17%
Invesco Db Agriculture Fund 19.87 0.04 0.20% -1.54%
Powershares Db Oil Fund 15.12 -0.30 -1.91% 0.47%
Banorte 156.20 0.83 0.53% 19.17%
Grupo Financiero Galicia 13.24 -0.58 -4.22% 38.93%
Itau Unibanco 4.85 -0.14 -2.81% 6.36%
Laurentian Bank Of Canada 35.35 0.14 0.40% -19.51%
Banco Santander 3.18 -0.01 -0.41% 1.10%
Silver Trust 22.61 -0.36 -1.57% 4.77%
United States Commodity Index Fund Etv 56.11 -0.36 -0.64% 18.90%

Bbva Banco Frances
Banco Bbva Argentina SA, formerly known as BBVA French Bank, is an Argentina-based banking institution. Through its banking platform, the Bank provides a broad range of financial and non-financial services to both individuals and companies. It manages three business lines: Retail Banking, Small and Medium-Sized Companies and Corporate and Investment Banking (C&IB). Retail Banking offers checking and savings accounts, time deposits, credit cards, loans, mortgages, insurance and investment products, among others. Small and Medium-Sized Companies targets local private-sector companies providing financing products, factoring, checking accounts, time deposits, transactional and payroll services, insurance and investment products, among others. C&IB offers financial services to corporations and multinational companies, as well as global transaction services, global markets solutions, long term financing, among others. The Bank is active locally, mostly.