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  1. BBVA Compass passes midyear stress testRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Business Journal

    2007 - Spain's Banco Bilbao Viscaya Argentaria bought Compass Bank in a multibillion-dollar deal. Now known as BBVA Compass, the bank remains a major employer in the area, but many top executives, including CEO Manolo Sanchez, now work out of ...

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  2. Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA (ADR) (BBVA) Announces Quarterly Dividend of $0.10Read the original story

    Monday Sep 15 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA declared a quarterly dividend on Monday, September 15th, AR Network reports. Shareholders of record on Friday, September 26th will be given a dividend of 0.1038 per share on Monday, October 27th.

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  3. Draghi Prods Euro Area to Ready Ground for Economic BoostRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 14 | Bloomberg

    Mario Draghi is about to give the euro-area economy a jump-start. He's asking the currency bloc's leaders to make sure they're in gear.

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  4. Venezuela Threatens Harvard Professor for Default CommentRead the original story

    Friday Sep 12 | The Washington Post

    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro instructed the attorney general and public prosecutor to take "actions" against Harvard Professor Ricardo Hausmann, saying the economist sought to destabilize the country by suggesting the government default on its debt. Maduro lashed out at Hausmann during a televised address last night, calling him a "financial hitman" and "outlaw" who forms part of a campaign "that has been initiated around the world against Venezuela."

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  5. Venezuela Threatens Harvard Professor for Suggesting DefaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 12 | News Max

    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro instructed the attorney general and public prosecutor to take "actions" against Harvard Professor Ricardo Hausmann, saying the economist sought to destabilize the country by suggesting the government default on its debt. Maduro lashed out at Hausmann during a televised address Thursday night, calling him a "financial hitman" and "outlaw" who forms part of a campaign "that has been initiated around the world against Venezuela."

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  6. Swedish CoCos Meet - Huge Interest' as Risk Parsed: Nordic CreditRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 10 | The Washington Post

    After enduring some of the world's toughest capital requirements, banks in Sweden are finding that a more onerous regulatory environment has its own rewards. Stockholm-based Nordea Bank AB, Scandinavia's largest, said this week it plans to issue the riskiest form of bank debt, so- called additional Tier 1 capital.

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  7. Putin Sanctions Divert Lending to Haven: Turkey CreditRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 9 | Bloomberg

    Lending to Turkish companies is surpassing credit being extended to Russian corporates for the longest run in almost a year, fueled partly by international banks recoiling from the crisis in Ukraine . Loans to companies in Turkey exceeded those to Russian businesses each month from April through August, totaling $16.5 billion in the period, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

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  8. Aval Files to Sell US$1.1 Billion in New York IPORead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 8 | Inside Colombia

    Grupo Aval Acciones y Valores SA, the banking group controlled by billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo, is seeking to raise $1.1 billion to boost capital at subsidiaries after expanding into Central America. Aval expects to offer 73,529,412 American Depositary Receipts in its initial public offering in New York, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission today.

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  9. Foreign investors seen snapping up Macquarie's Mexico REIT offer -sourcesRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 4 | Reuters

    Macquarie Group Ltd's Mexican real investment trust could raise most of the $415 million in a stock offering planned for this month from foreign investors, a sign that appetite for property assets in the country is swelling, two sources with direct knowledge of the transaction said. Foreign investors could buy around 70 percent of Macquarie Mexico Real Estate Management SAB de CV's offer, with domestic investors snapping up the rest, said one of the sources, who requested anonymity since the deal is in the works.

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  10. Europe's Yields Turn Negative on ECB Rate Cuts, Asset PurchasesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 4 | Bloomberg

    Bloomberg's Guy Johnson reports on actions by the ECB including a benchmark rate cut and broadened purchase of asset backed securities. He speaks with Betty Liu on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop."

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  11. BBVA Compass announces the hiring of community relations officers to coordinate bank's effortsRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 3 | Sys-Con Media

    The community relations officers will serve as the bank's local champion for lending, investments and services for community development efforts.

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  12. Sharon named city president at BBVA CompassRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 3 | M2.com

    Sharon will represent the bank's interests, working closely with businesses in Bay, Okaloosa and Walton counties.

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  13. CaixaBank to Buy Barclays Spain Businesses for $1.1 BillionRead the original story

    Monday Sep 1 | The Washington Post

    CaixaBank SA, Spain's third-biggest lender, agreed to buy Barclays Plc's banking operations in the country for about 800 million euros in cash to expand its business as economic growth picks up.

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  14. CaixaBank to Buy Barclays's Spanish Businesses for $1.1 BillionRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 31 | The Washington Post

    CaixaBank SA, Spain's third-biggest bank, agreed to buy banking operations in the country from Barclays Plc for about 800 million euros in cash to expand its business as economic growth picks up.

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  15. European stocks rise on easing hopes, E.Z. data ahead; Dax up 0.48%Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 29 | Jerusalem Post

    Investing.com - European stocks were higher on Friday, as disappointing German retail sales fuelled further speculation over the possibility of fresh easing measures by the European Central Bank.

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  16. Spanish court fails in its attempt to stop U.S. court judgements...Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 27 | Babalu Blog

    Spain's infamously leftist courts failed miserably in their attempt to block a U.S. court judgement against Cuba's murderous Castro dictatorship.

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  17. European stocks steady to lower in light trade; Dax down 0.07%Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 27 | Jerusalem Post

    Investing.com - European stocks were steady to lower in light trade on Wednesday, as markets took a breather after the recent rally in European equity markets due to recent comments by European Central Bank President Mario Draghi.

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  18. Europe's Banks Boost Lending in AsiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 26 | Wall Street Journal

    European banks are lending in Asia at the fastest pace since 2008, attracted by the region's relatively strong economic growth and expanding list of large companies.

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  19. European stocks mostly lower amid Ukraine tensions; Dax down 0.39%Read the original story

    Tuesday Aug 26 | Jerusalem Post

    Investing.com - European stocks were mostly lower on Tuesday, as mounting tensions between Russia and Ukraine weighed on market sentiment, although hopes for further stimulus measures by the European Central Bank continued to support.

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  20. European stocks open sharply higher on Draghi remarks; Dax jumps 1.18%Read the original story

    Monday Aug 25 | Jerusalem Post

    Investing.com - European stocks opened sharply higher on Monday, boosted by European Central Bank President Mario Draghi latest remarks at the Jackson Hole conference and as investors eyed upcoming data on Germany''s business climate.

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