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BLX is selling well under bookvalue and would appear to be an interesting purchase. Anyone out there with comments besides Merril Lynch and S&P postings
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This is one of, if not the largest, of central american banks. BLX is the bank of banks and it is on sale below book value. Can´t loose!

happy investing!
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This is one of, if not the largest, of central american banks. BLX is the bank of banks and it is on sale below book value. Can´t loose!

happy investing!

BLX went from the $20's and higher to less than $10 yr.2000 to yr. 2003.
You can lose.
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Looks like an inactive board, but BLX sitting about $13.70 almost four years after the last post in 2006.

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...and $12.88 as I write this is 2010. This is my jumping in point and I'm relying on the 4.3% dividend for a bit of cushion if it continues to move sideways...
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