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MADRID, June 20 (Reuters) - Mid-sized Spanish lender Unicaja IPO-UNIB.MC said on Tuesday it had raised enough demand from investors to cover order books for its stock market listing, in which it aims to raise up to 925 million euros ($1.03 billion).
Unicaja said last week that it was moving ahead with the initial public offering just days after rival Banco Popular had to be rescued.
The bank said in a statement on Tuesday that orders from investors had been placed within the set price range, at between 1.1 euros and 1.4 euros per share. ($1 = 0.8986 euros) (Reporting by Sarah White; editing by Susan Thomas)