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CaixaBank, S.A. (48CA.F)

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2.5650-0.0020 (-0.08%)
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Previous Close2.5670
Open2.5650
Bid2.5230 x N/A
Ask2.5600 x N/A
Day's Range2.5650 - 2.5650
52 Week Range1.5125 - 2.6730
Volume2,223
Avg. Volume595
Market Cap20.883B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.67
PE Ratio (TTM)12.39
EPS (TTM)0.2070
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.03 (1.04%)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 20, 2021
1y Target EstN/A
  • Moody's

    Madrid Residencial II, FTA -- Moody's upgrades and confirms ratings of Notes in 5 Spanish RMBS transactions connected to Bankia, S.A.

    Rating Action: Moody's upgrades and confirms ratings of Notes in 5 Spanish RMBS transactions connected to Bankia, S.A.Global Credit Research - 31 Mar 2021Paris, March 31, 2021 -- Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has today upgraded and confirmed the ratings of Notes in five RMBS transactions. According to our methodology, the rating constraints due to exposure to CaixaBank, S.A. are higher than they were when the Notes were exposed to Bankia, S.A. before the merger.Moody's confirmed the ratings of the classes of Notes that had sufficient credit enhancements to maintain their current ratings.Key Collateral Assumption RevisedAs part of the rating actions, Moody's reassessed its lifetime loss expectations and recovery rates for the portfolios reflecting their collateral performances to date.Moody's revised its expected loss assumptions as follows:(i) BANCAJA 13, FTA, set at 7.78% from 8.10%.(ii) MBS BANCAJA 6, FTA, set at 5.26% from 5.59%.(iii) Madrid Residencial I, FTA, set at 5.63% from 6.15%.(iv) Madrid Residencial II, FTA, set at 5.58% from 6.20%.(v) MADRID RMBS IV, FTA, set at 11.12% from 11.60%.All as a percentage of the original pool balance for each transaction.Moody's has also assessed loan-by-loan information as a part of its detailed transaction review to determine the credit support consistent with target ratings levels and the volatility of future losses.

  • Moody's

    Madrid RMBS IV, FTA -- Moody's upgrades and confirms ratings of Notes in 5 Spanish RMBS transactions connected to Bankia, S.A.

    Rating Action: Moody's upgrades and confirms ratings of Notes in 5 Spanish RMBS transactions connected to Bankia, S.A.Global Credit Research - 31 Mar 2021Paris, March 31, 2021 -- Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has today upgraded and confirmed the ratings of Notes in five RMBS transactions. According to our methodology, the rating constraints due to exposure to CaixaBank, S.A. are higher than they were when the Notes were exposed to Bankia, S.A. before the merger.Moody's confirmed the ratings of the classes of Notes that had sufficient credit enhancements to maintain their current ratings.Key Collateral Assumption RevisedAs part of the rating actions, Moody's reassessed its lifetime loss expectations and recovery rates for the portfolios reflecting their collateral performances to date.Moody's revised its expected loss assumptions as follows:(i) BANCAJA 13, FTA, set at 7.78% from 8.10%.(ii) MBS BANCAJA 6, FTA, set at 5.26% from 5.59%.(iii) Madrid Residencial I, FTA, set at 5.63% from 6.15%.(iv) Madrid Residencial II, FTA, set at 5.58% from 6.20%.(v) MADRID RMBS IV, FTA, set at 11.12% from 11.60%.All as a percentage of the original pool balance for each transaction.Moody's has also assessed loan-by-loan information as a part of its detailed transaction review to determine the credit support consistent with target ratings levels and the volatility of future losses.

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    Bankia, S.A. -- Moody's aligned Bankia's ratings with those of CaixaBank following merger

    Subsequently, these ratings and assessments will be withdrawn.Moody's has also withdrawn at the current level: (1) the bank's short-term Counterparty Risk (CR) Assessment of Prime-2(cr), (2) the Prime-2 short-term bank deposit ratings, and (3) the Prime-2 short-term Counterparty Risk Rating.The withdrawal of all assessments of Bankia and of its deposit ratings, CRR, and MTN programme and commercial paper program ratings reflects the merger by absorption of Bankia into CaixaBank, following which Bankia will cease to exist as separate legal entity. Moody's will withdraw these ratings for reorganisation reasons.