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CaixaBank, S.A. (CAIXY)

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1.0220+0.0340 (+3.44%)
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Previous close0.9880
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's range1.0000 - 1.0300
52-week range0.5505 - 1.1900
Avg. volume198,339
Market cap25.292B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.60
PE ratio (TTM)3.30
EPS (TTM)0.3097
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.01 (1.10%)
Ex-dividend date21 May 2021
1y target estN/A
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    Spanish court drops investigation into Repsol chairman in alleged spying case

    MADRID (Reuters) -Spain's High Court has dropped a formal investigation into the chairman of oil company Repsol Antonio Brufau after it found no evidence of his alleged participation in a decade-old spying case, a court document showed on Thursday. The investigating judge Manuel Garcia Castellon also dismissed an investigation against former Caixabank chairman Isidro Faine and the companies Repsol and Caixabank.

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    Caixabank to cut 6,450 jobs in Spain's biggest banking staff overhaul

    MADRID (Reuters) -Caixabank has agreed with unions to lay off 6,452 employees in what will be the biggest ever staff overhaul in Spanish banking, even after the lender shaved 1,800 cuts from its initial plans, the bank and a union spokesperson said on Thursday. The agreement to reduce its workforce in Spain by around 14.5% was reached after the bank met some of the union's demands, such as voluntary redundancies rather than compulsory cuts, Comisiones Obreras (CCOO) union and the bank said. In April, Caixabank had announced plans to cut 8,291 jobs, one of the largest such culls in Spain's corporate history, and close 1,534 branches, slightly more than a quarter of its offices, to adapt to a customer shift towards online banking.

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    Caixabank to reduce planned job cuts by 1,300 following strike

    Spain's Caixabank on Tuesday offered to reduce the number of job cuts by more than 1,300 from its initial plan of nearly 8,300 layoffs as thousands of employees went on a one-day strike and staged protest rallies across Spain. It was the second such labour action in Spain's banking sector in less than three weeks after a one-day strike by BBVA employees marked the first stoppage involving a bank at a national level in 30 years. Following its acquisition of Bankia, Caixabank said in April it was planning to cut 8,291 jobs, one of the largest such culls in Spanish history, to adapt to a client shift towards online banking.