Current news for this fund:
Parvest Dynamic ABS, BNP Paribas ABS Euribor and BNP Paribas ABS Eonia (BNP Paribas) - Subprime
Count of distinct funds: 3
BNP Paribas SA has suspended three funds, Parvest Dynamic ABS, BNP Paribas ABS Euribor and BNP Paribas ABS Eonia, in light of an inability to value the funds assets in mortgage securitis. Per an AP article:
Marketwatch further reported that the funds lost 20% of their value in less than two weeks and that their subprime exposure was roughly 700 million euros.
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