CIXPF - CaixaBank, S.A.

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4.50
-0.28 (-5.84%)
At close: 1:35PM EDT
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Previous close4.78
Open0.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range0.00 - 0.00
52-week range
Volume0
Avg. volume3,866
Market cap26.35B
Beta0.71
PE ratio (TTM)18.37
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.19 (3.88%)
Ex-dividend date2017-04-11
1y target estN/A
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  • Catalan Separatists Ask Supporters to Pull Money From Banks
    Bloomberg7 hours ago

    Catalan Separatists Ask Supporters to Pull Money From Banks

    Separatist campaign group the Catalan National Assembly is calling on its supporters to pull cash from lenders including CaixaBank SA and Banco Sabadell SA between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. Friday.

  • EXCLUSIVE: Banco Sabadell mulls moving top management from Catalonia - source
    Reuters2 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
    Reuters2 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.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Caixabank to decide on Friday on moving base out of Catalonia - source

    MADRID (Reuters) - The board of Spanish lender Caixabank (CABK.MC) will meet on Friday to study a possible transfer of its legal base away from Catalonia because of political uncertainty in the region, ...

  • 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.

  • Spain's CaixaBank gains control of Portuguese rival BPI
    AFP8 months ago

    Spain's CaixaBank gains control of Portuguese rival BPI

    (From L-R) BPI CEO Fernando Ulrich, BPI Chairman Artur Santos Silva, CaixaBank CEO Gonzalo Gortazar, CaixaBank Geral Director Pablo Ferero and BPI executive board member Jose Pena Amaral attend a press ...

  • Portugal's BPI cedes control of Angola's top bank
    AFP9 months ago

    Portugal's BPI cedes control of Angola's top bank

    A view of a branch of the Banco De Fomento Angola bank in a street of Cabinda on January 22, 2010

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast year

    Spain's downtrodden banks show glimmers of light in mixed quarter

    MADRID, Oct (HKSE: 3366-OL.HK - news) 28 (Reuters) - Spanish banks showed some signs of recovery on Friday with Caixabank, the country's third largest lender, bucking a trend of shrinking European lending margins and beating profit forecasts. By contrast, Caixabank, along with mid-sized Banco Sabadell , both posted improvements to their bad loan and capital positions as they continue to repair balance sheets battered by years of economic and financial strife. All three banks have seen their lending income, which makes up the bulk of their revenues, steadily slip over the past year due to the ultra low interest rate environment and a price war in Spain that has spurred a wave of cost cutting.

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