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Bankia, S.A. (FV02.F)

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1.1620+0.0310 (+2.74%)
At close: 12:45PM CEST
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Previous close1.1310
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's range1.1370 - 1.1620
52-week range0.7482 - 1.9970
Avg. volume1,060
Market cap3.551B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.24
PE ratio (TTM)16.60
EPS (TTM)0.0700
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.12 (10.24%)
Ex-dividend date09 Apr 2020
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Ex-IMF head Rato acquitted over Bankia IPO, prompts legal change calls

    Former IMF boss Rodrigo Rato was acquitted on Tuesday in a fraud trial over the listing of Bankia, when he was its chairman, prompting calls for legal changes from consumer groups. Rato, who resigned from the Spanish bank in May 2012 and has always denied any wrongdoing, is serving a 4-1/2 year sentence after being found guilty of embezzlement in a separate trial over the misuse of Bankia credit cards. Another 33 people and entities charged in the high-profile trial relating to Bankia's ill-fated 2011 listing were also cleared, the sentence from Spain's High Court showed.

  • Factbox: The Caixabank and Bankia merger in numbers

    Factbox: The Caixabank and Bankia merger in numbers

    Caixabank and state-owned Bankia on Friday announced the details of a merger to create Spain's biggest domestic bank by assets. - Caixabank offered 0.6845 shares for every share in Bankia, valuing the state-controlled lender at 4.3 billion euros. - Caixabank said the all-in share deal represents a premium of 20% versus closing prices on Sept. 3 and a premium of 28% over the last three months.

  • Caixabank strikes $5 billion Bankia deal as more European bank mergers loom

    Caixabank strikes $5 billion Bankia deal as more European bank mergers loom

    Caixabank has agreed to buy Bankia for 4.3 billion euros (3.92 billion pounds)in an all-share deal that creates Spain's biggest domestic lender and signals a pick up in mergers among Europe's banks as they battle the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic. The merger will create the largest domestic bank by assets with a combined market value of more than 16 billion euros ($19 billion), in a deal underpinned by annual cost savings of 770 million euros, the companies said on Friday. Italy's Intesa Sanpaolo is taking over Unione di Banche Italiane, and Spain's Sabadell has also held informal talks about a possible tie-up.