CABK.MC - CaixaBank, S.A.

MCE - MCE Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
3.886
-0.059 (-1.496%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close3.945
Open3.920
Bid3.880 x 167300
Ask3.900 x 598700
Day's Range3.868 - 3.972
52 Week Range2.530 - 4.508
Volume18,413,450
Avg. Volume15,815,119
Market Cap23.23B
Beta0.74
PE Ratio (TTM)18.59
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.19 (3.71%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-04-11
1y Target EstN/A
  • 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.

  • Reutersyesterday

    ACS's Hochtief makes $20 billion counterbid for Abertis

    DUESSELDORF/MILAN (Reuters) - German builder Hochtief (HOTG.DE), controlled by Spain's ACS (ACS.MC), made a 17.1 billion euro (15.28 billion pounds)bid for Spanish toll road operator Abertis (ABE.MC) on Wednesday, topping a rival offer from Italy's Atlantia (ATL.MI). Hochtief is offering 18.76 euros in cash, or 0.1281 Hochtief shares, for each Abertis share and has set a minimum acceptance threshold of 50 percent plus one share. Builder ACS is launching the bid via cash-positive Hochtief to protect its credit rating and avoid having to raise equity itself, though Hochtief's plan to issue up to 24.8 million shares could dilute ACS's 72 percent stake in the German firm to below 50 percent.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Hochtief CEO says felt no political pressure to launch Abertis bid

    DUESSELDORF (Reuters) - German builder Hochtief's (HOTG.DE) 17.1 billion-euro (£15.2 billion) bid for Spanish toll road operator Abertis (ABE.MC) is purely based on business considerations, Chief Executive ...

  • Reuters2 days ago

    European shares rise as third-quarter earnings roll in, Catalonia weighs on IBEX

    European shares opened slightly higher on Wednesday as a flurry of fresh third-quarter results came in, though politics kept Spanish equities in negative territory. The pan-European STOXX 600 (.STOXX) index was up 0.2 percent with all sectors trading in positive territory. After opening in line with other bourses, Madrid's IBEX (IBEX) eased back with a 0.3 percent slide.

  • 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.

  • Spanish shares lag European markets on Catalonia uncertainty
    Reuters4 days ago

    Spanish shares lag European markets on Catalonia uncertainty

    By Danilo Masoni MILAN (Reuters) - Spanish stocks lagged a steady European market on Monday as uncertainty over the Catalonia crisis and a profit warning from renewables energy firm Siemens Gamesa weighed. ...

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Spanish stocks rebound in flat European market as Catalonia fears ease

    Spanish shares rebounded sharply in a flat European market on Wednesday on hopes that a big political crisis in the euro zone's fourth largest economy could de-escalate after Catalonia stopped short of declaring formal independence from Madrid. While Spain's benchmark IBEX (.IBEX) rose 1.3 percent, the pan-European STOXX 600 (.STOXX) index ended flat and the euro zone blue chip index inched up 0.2 percent. Spanish stocks have lagged their European peers this month with an 0.9 percent fall on worries of a possible break-up of the country following Catalonia's independence referendum on Oct. 1 that Madrid had deemed unconstitutional.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Spanish bonds and stocks rise as Catalonia split fears recede

    Spain's stocks and government bonds were in demand on Wednesday after Catalonia's leader stopped short of making a formal declaration of independence, taking the edge off a political crisis in the euro zone's fourth biggest economy. Carles Puigdemont instead made only a symbolic declaration late on Tuesday, claiming a mandate to launch secession but suspending formal steps to that end. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on Wednesday, however, took the first step towards activating article 155 of the Spanish constitution, a so-called nuclear option that would allow him to suspend Catalonia's political autonomy and take over the region.

  • Spain's Santander raises 2018 profitability target
    Reuters9 days ago

    Spain's Santander raises 2018 profitability target

    Banco Santander shrugged off domestic political turmoil to raise its profitability forecast for next year thanks to stronger economic outlooks in some of its core markets. Santander's shares closed down around 2.9 percent against a 0.27 percent drop on the European STOXX banking index. In a presentation to investors in New York, Spain's biggest bank increased its return on tangible equity (ROTE) target - a key measure of profitability - for 2018 to over 11.5 percent from a prior estimate of 11 percent set out in a strategy plan last year.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    Banks stock up on ECB money in tense week for Spain's future

    Euro zone banks borrowed more much more than expected at the European Central Bank's weekly auction on Tuesday, stocking up on cheap cash in a week marked by market concerns about a potential break away of Catalonia from Spain. Thirty-three euro zone banks took up a total 21.3 billion euros (19.03 billion pounds)at the ECB's auction, which allows them to borrow at a zero interest rate for one week to meet their day-to-day obligations. This was six times more than analysts polled by Reuters had expected and the highest amount since March, breaking a trend that has seen banks steadily reduce their reliance on ECB cash since 2015.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    European bourses brace for crucial Catalan meeting after close

    European bourses ended the day slighly lower on Tuesday as investord braced themselves for a possible unilateral declaration of independence at the Catalan parliament, which, it is anticipated, would lead ...

  • Reuters10 days ago

    European shares falter, LVMH helps luxury sector shine

    By Helen Reid LONDON (Reuters) - European shares dipped on Tuesday following a slightly weaker session on Wall Street as stocks tired from a streak of record highs. Strong results from luxury group LVMH, ...

  • Reuters11 days ago

    Thousands protest in Barcelona against Catalan independence

    Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of Catalonia's capital Barcelona on Sunday to express their opposition to declaring independence from Spain, showing how divided the region is on the issue. A crowd estimated by local police to number 350,000 waved Spanish and Catalan flags and carried banners saying "Catalonia is Spain" and "Together we are stronger".

  • Financial Times11 days ago

    [$$] Marchers call on Catalonia not secede

    Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of Barcelona on Sunday to urge that Catalonia remain part of Spain, adding to pressure on the Catalan regional government as it considers whether to ...

  • Reuters13 days ago

    La Caixa foundation to move headquarters from Catalonia to Mallorca

    MADRID (Reuters) - La Caixa Banking Foundation, which manages the holding company which controls Caixabank (CABK.MC), said on Saturday it will move its headquarters to Palma de Mallorca for as long as ...

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Caixabank moves from Catalonia to Valencia

    The board of Spain's third biggest bank, Catalonia-bsaed Caixabank, has decided to transfer its registered office to Valencia, a source familiar with the situation said. Caixabank later confirmed in a ...

  • Reuters14 days ago

    European shares brush off Catalan crisis with another weekly gain

    By Danilo Masoni MILAN (Reuters) - European shares rose for the fourth consecutive week on Friday as confidence over the region's economic recovery outweighed worries over the Catalonia crisis, whose impact ...

  • Spain to make it easier for firms to move base from Catalonia as business alarm deepens
    Reuters14 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.

  • 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, ...

  • Reuters14 days ago

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

    The board of Spanish lender Caixabank will meet on Friday to study a possible transfer of its legal base away from Catalonia because of political uncertainty in the region, a source familiar with the situation ...

  • Reuters15 days ago

    Exclusive - Spain to make it easier for firms to transfer legal base amid Catalan crisis

    The Spanish government will approve a decree on Friday making it easier for companies to transfer their legal base out of Catalonia, two sources said, a move that could deal a serious blow to the region's finances as it considers declaring independence. The new 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 change its legal and tax base 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 needed to have a shareholders' meeting, which would delay a change of the legal base in a case of emergency," one of the sources said.

  • Reuters15 days ago

    Caixabank considers moving base outside Catalonia - source

    Spain's third-biggest lender Caixabank is considering moving its legal base from Catalonia to another Spanish location as a result of the ongoing political crisis in the region, a source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Thursday. According to the bank's statutes, Caixabank would need to hold a shareholders' meeting to take such a decision.