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Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria S.A. (BBVA.MC)

BBVA.MC on Madrid SE C.A.T.S.

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14 Dec 2018
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Fri, Nov 9 2018

BBVA shares stumble on fee limit proposal in Mexico

MADRID, Nov 9 Shares in Spanish bank BBVA fell on Friday after a senator from the Mexican president-elect's party unexpectedly proposed stopping banks from charging certain commissions, deepening fears about the leftist's economic policy.

UPDATE 3-BBVA's caution on Turkey overshadows solid Q3 results in Mexico

* BBVA sees more provisions in Turkey due to worsening economy

Spain's BBVA posts 46.4 pct rise in Q3 net profit due to one-offs

MADRID, Oct 30 Spain's BBVA said on Tuesday its third-quarter net profit rose 46.4 percent against the same period last year buyoed by extraordinary capital gains in Chile that offset a loss of 190 million euros in Argentina.

UPDATE 2-BBVA names CEO Carlos Torres as new executive chairman

* Wants to end year with more than 27 million digital clients (Adds details on the bank's digital transformation)

BBVA to lay off 1,000 workers at its Mexican unit in 2018

MADRID, Sept 12 Spain's second-biggest bank BBVA is planning to lay off 984 workers in Mexico in 2018, a spokeswoman for the bank said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 2-Spain's BBVA may have to set more money aside to cover Turkey risk

* Most relevant exposure is to the energy sector (Adds details on provisions and analysts' quote)

UPDATE 2-Spain's BBVA Q2 profit jumps, uncertainty in Turkey weighs

* CEO calls for tighter fiscal and monetary policy in Turkey (Adds comments from conference call)

Spain's BBVA posts 18.3 pct rise in Q2 net profit y/y

MADRID, July 27 Spain's BBVA said on Friday its second-quarter net profit rose 18.3 percent against the same period last year as a solid underlying performance in Mexico and Turkey offset currency depreciation.

BBVA reduces real estate exposure further in Spain

MADRID, June 18 Spain's second-biggest bank BBVA on Monday said it had agreed to sell a property loan portfolio in Spain with a gross value of 1 billion euros ($1.16 billion) as it further reduces its non-performing assets from its balance sheet.

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