BNDSF - Banco de Sabadell, S.A.

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1.9893
0.0000 (0.0000%)
At close: 10:47AM EDT
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Previous close1.9893
Open0.0000
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's range0.0000 - 0.0000
52-week range
Volume0
Avg. volume1,235
Market cap10.6B
Beta0.81
PE ratio (TTM)13.00
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.05 (2.67%)
Ex-dividend date2017-04-05
1y target estN/A
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  • CaixaBank, Sabadell Say Business Normal After Calls to Pull Cash
    Bloombergyesterday

    CaixaBank, Sabadell Say Business Normal After Calls to Pull Cash

    CaixaBank SA and Banco Sabadell SA said business was normal after Catalan separatists called on supporters to make cash withdrawals, singling out lenders that have moved their legal domiciles out of the ...

  • EXCLUSIVE: Banco Sabadell mulls moving top management from Catalonia - source
    Reuters3 days ago

    EXCLUSIVE: Banco Sabadell mulls moving top management from Catalonia - source

    Banco Sabadell (SABE.MC) is considering moving some of its top management from Catalonia to Madrid, a source close to the board said on Tuesday, in a first sign that a short-term business exodus from the restive region may become more permanent. Like hundreds of other Catalan businesses, Sabadell, Spain's fifth-biggest bank, transferred its registered offices out of Catalonia earlier this month to seek legal certainty as the region's leaders press ahead with a secession campaign. An eventual break from Spain would leave Catalonia, which accounts for one-fifth of the country's economic output, outside the European Union and the consumer protections it offers -- a source of concern for many depositors and companies.

  • Exclusive: Banco Sabadell mulls moving top management from Catalonia
    Reuters3 days ago

    Exclusive: Banco Sabadell mulls moving top management from Catalonia

    Banco Sabadell (SABE.MC) is considering moving some of its top management from Catalonia to Madrid, a source close to the board said on Tuesday, in a first sign that a short-term business exodus from the restive region may become more permanent. Like hundreds of other Catalan businesses, Sabadell, Spain's fifth-biggest bank, transferred its registered offices out of Catalonia earlier this month to seek legal certainty as the region's leaders press ahead with a secession campaign. An eventual break from Spain would leave Catalonia, which accounts for one-fifth of the country's economic output, outside the European Union and the consumer protections it offers -- a source of concern for many depositors and companies.

  • Catalan bank switches registered office out of region amid turnoil
    Sky News15 days ago

    Catalan bank switches registered office out of region amid turnoil

    Catalan bank Sabadell - owner of Britain's TSB - is to transfer its registered offices out of the region amid political turmoil after the disputed independence referendum. The decision by Spain's fifth-biggest lender comes as the Catalan parliament considers whether to press ahead with a plan to declare independence . Barcelona-based Sabadell said it was moving its registered office to Alicante in southern Spain "to protect the interests of our customers, shareholders and employees".

  • The Wall Street Journal15 days ago

    [$$] Sabadell Confirms Move of Headquarters to Alicante, Spain

    The board of Spain’s Banco de Sabadell SA has approved moving its headquarters out of Catalonia to Alicante, the bank confirmed in a regulatory filing, following a decline in the lender’s stock price as ...

  • Spain to make it easier for firms to move base from Catalonia as business alarm deepens
    Reuters15 days ago

    Spain to make it easier for firms to move base from Catalonia as business alarm deepens

    Spain's government will issue a decree on Friday making it easier for firms to transfer their legal base out of Catalonia, two sources said, in a move that could deal a serious blow to the region's finances as it considers declaring independence. The decree is tailor-made for Spanish lender Caixabank (CABK.MC), sources familiar with the matter said, as it would make it possible for the bank to transfer its legal and tax base to another location without having to hold a shareholders' meeting as stated in its statutes. "The government is working on changing the law so that it's no longer need to have a shareholders' meeting, which would delay a change of the legal base in a case of emergency," one of the sources said.

  • Sabadell bank to shift domicile from Catalonia
    AFP15 days ago

    Sabadell bank to shift domicile from Catalonia

    Shares in Catalan lender Sabadell, the second-biggest bank in the northeastern region, had plunged 10 percent on the stock exchange this week as a political crisis between Catalonia and Madrid deepened...

  • MarketWatch18 days ago

    Brave investors might want to buy the dip on these 2 Catalonia-based banks

    Catalonia’s potential break with Spain is rattling the markets, but brave investors might want to consider two Catalonia-based banks, CaixaBank and Banco de Sabadell.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 months ago

    Spain's Banco Sabadell sees return to profit growth in 2017

    Spain's Banco Sabadell expects a return to profit growth in 2017 after earnings stalled last year due to sterling's depreciation and charges related to mis-sold mortgage contracts, it said on Tuesday. Spain's fifth biggest bank estimated net profit of 800 million euros ($856 million) in 2017, a 13 percent rise compared with 2016, underpinned by stable lending income which would allow it to improve its profitability over the next few years.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    Spain's Banco Sabadell 2016 net profit stalls on mortgage charges

    Banco Sabadell's profit growth stalled in 2016, hit by one-off charges from a court ruling forcing Spanish banks to repay customers affected by unclearly marketed mortgages, sending its shares lower. Spanish banks are expected to repay customers more than 4 billion euros ($4.2 billion) after Europe's top court overturned a Spanish ruling that capped liabilities over disputed mortgage clauses which prevented the loan's interest rate from falling below a benchmark.

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