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FILE PHOTO: Unicredit bank logo is seen in the old city centre of Siena, Italy June 29, 2017. UniCredit is working with Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan on a business update it plans to present to the market in the second quarter of 2021, one of the sources said. JPM declined to comment while GS was not immediately available for a comment. The other two sources said JPM and GS, two investment banks traditionally close to UniCredit, were also expected to provide advice on MPS if the conditions for a deal came into place. The Treasury is also considering measures to help banks sustain the cost of layoffs in the event of a merger.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Stefano Rellandini, UniCredit, Intesa Sanpaolo, JPM, Jean Pierre Mustier Organizations: MILAN, JPMorgan, REUTERS, Monte dei, Bank of America, Banco, MPS, Star Movement, Treasury Locations: Siena, Italy, Stefano Rellandini Italy, UniCredit, Rome
Spain's Sabadell mandates Goldman Sachs to sell its British unit TSB: source
  + stars: | 2020-11-27 | by ( Jesús Aguado | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish lender Sabadell has given Goldman Sachs a mandate to sell its loss-making British unit TSB, a source aware of the arrangement told Reuters on Friday. REUTERS/Neil HallThe source said that the process was under way and that Goldman Sachs, which had been hired by Sabadell in July to explore various options, had now been tasked with the sale of TSB. Both Sabadell and Goldman Sachs declined to comment. Before entering into formal negotiations with BBVA earlier in November, Sabadell was focusing on an efficiency plan both in Spain, with a reduction a 1,800 jobs, and its British unit TSB. Sabadell has said it expects TSB to break even in 2021 after booking a loss of 84 million euros in the third quarter.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Neil Hall, Alantra Organizations: Sabadell, British, TSB, Banco Sabadell, REUTERS, Goldman, BBVA Locations: MADRID, London, Spanish, Spain, Sabadell
Portugal won't renege on Novo Banco commitments: finance minister
  + stars: | 2020-11-27 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +2 min
LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal’s finance minister said on Friday the state would comply with all its commitments related to Novo Banco after opposition parties blocked a 476 million euro ($567.53 million) capital injection for the lender next year. FILE PHOTO: A man walks near ATM machines of a Novo Banco branch in downtown Lisbon, Portugal April 10, 2018. “Portugal will meet, as it has always done, its commitments assumed regarding Novo Banco,” Leao said in a short statement sent to Reuters without providing further details. Opposition parties fear Novo Banco could be benefiting Lone Star by selling it discounted non-performing assets, which inflated Novo Banco’s losses. The bank and Lone Star have denied this.
Persons: Rafael Marchante, Rui Rio, Joao Leao, ” Leao, Antonio Costa, Christine Lagarde Organizations: Novo Banco, REUTERS, Banco, Banco Espirito Santo, U.S, Lone Star, Portuguese, Social Democrats, Social, Finance, Reuters, European Central Bank Locations: LISBON, Novo, Lisbon, Portugal, Brussels, “ Portugal
LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal’s finance minister said on Friday the state would comply with all its commitments related to Novo Banco after opposition parties blocked a 476 million euro ($567.53 million) capital injection for the lender next year. FILE PHOTO: A man walks near ATM machines of a Novo Banco branch in downtown Lisbon, Portugal April 10, 2018. “Portugal will meet, as it has always done, its commitments assumed regarding Novo Banco,” Leao said in a short statement sent to Reuters without providing further details. Opposition parties fear Novo Banco could be benefiting Lone Star by selling it discounted non-performing assets, which inflated Novo Banco’s losses. Novo Banco said it “has fulfilled and continues to fulfill all of its commitments” and believes that the Portuguese Resolution Fund will also comply with its obligations, as it has done in the past 3 years.
Persons: Rafael Marchante, Rui Rio, Joao Leao, ” Leao, Antonio Costa, Christine Lagarde, Organizations: Novo Banco, REUTERS, Banco, Banco Espirito Santo, U.S, Lone Star, Portuguese, Social Democrats, Social, Finance, Reuters, European Central Bank, Locations: LISBON, Novo, Lisbon, Portugal, Brussels, “ Portugal, Portuguese
(Reuters) - European shares gained for a fourth straight week on Friday as investors looked past near-term virus damage and hoped for a quicker economic revival next year, while Spanish lender BBVA gained after ending merger talks with Banco Sabadell. FILE PHOTO: The German share price index DAX graph is pictured at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, November 25, 2020. The two banks had looked for a deal to create Spain’s second-biggest domestic bank. The European Union and Britain said there were still substantial differences over a trade deal with just five weeks left until the United Kingdom finally exits the EU’s orbit. France’s benchmark CAC 40 index gained 0.8% as the country reported another drop in infections and hospitalisations.
Persons: Michael Baker Organizations: Reuters, BBVA, Banco Sabadell, REUTERS, Staff, , European, CAC, FTSE MIB, European Union, AstraZeneca Locations: Spanish, Frankfurt, Germany, British, Britain, United Kingdom
Spanish Lenders BBVA and Sabadell Abandon Merger Talks
  + stars: | 2020-11-27 | by ( Patricia Kowsmann | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA, Spain’s second-largest lender by assets, and smaller peer Banco de Sabadell SA ended their merger talks because of disagreements over pricing, underlining that consolidation in Europe’s fragmented banking system remains complicated. The banks disclosed the talks less than two weeks ago. BBVA said on Nov. 16 that it was conducting due diligence on Sabadell after agreeing to sell its operations in the U.S. to Pittsburgh-based PNC Financial Services Group Inc. for $11.6 billion. Shares of most of the region’s lenders have fallen sharply this year, with Sabadell—with its exposure to corporates and small businesses in Spain—declining more than 60%. Another duo of Spanish lenders, CaixaBank SA and Bankia SA, agreed to merge in September.
Persons: BBVA’s, Credito Valtellinese Organizations: Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA, de Sabadell SA, BBVA, PNC Financial Services Group Inc, Sabadell —, CaixaBank SA, Bankia SA, Intesa, Intesa Sanpaolo SpA, UBI Banca SpA, Credito, Credito Valtellinese SpA, France’s Credit Agricole SA Locations: U.S, Pittsburgh, Spain, Italy, Intesa Sanpaolo, Italian
Spain's BBVA and Sabadell call off merger talks
  + stars: | 2020-11-27 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
The headquarters of the Spanish bank BBVA are seen in Madrid, Spain. Spanish lenders BBVA and Banco Sabadell on Friday called off merger talks after failing to reach an agreement on the financial terms of the potential transaction. The derailing of negotiations is expected to put more pressure on Sabadell, which had been seen as the weaker link in the potential transaction. The two banks had on Nov. 16 announced merger talks aimed at creating Spain's second-biggest domestic bank with almost 600 billion euros in assets. But two days later, BBVA Chief Executive Onur Genc had said he was in no rush, and that the bank would analyze everything carefully and also had other options.
Persons: Onur Genc Organizations: BBVA, Banco Sabadell, Directors, Sabadell Locations: Spanish, Madrid, Spain, Sabadell
BBVA, Spain's second-largest bank, and smaller rival Banco Sabadell have walked away from a planned merger after a price disagreement. The two lenders had confirmed a tie-up less than two weeks ago. But BBVA said it's in no rush to scale its operations since it already has 15% of Spain's market share. Spanish lenders BBVA and Banco Sabadell have scrapped plans to merge after confirming a tie-up less than two weeks ago. After agreeing to sell its US operations to PNC Financial for nearly $12 billion, Spain's second-largest lender told the FT it is no rush to scale its operations because it commands 15% of Spain's market share.
Persons: would've Organizations: BBVA, Spain's, Banco Sabadell, Sabadell, FT, PNC Financial, Deutsche Bank Locations: Sabadell, Europe
Thomas Lohnes/Getty ImagesEuropean shares rose but caution prevailed after hitch in AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine trial. Bitcoin hits profit-taking after massive rally this week - a fall below $16,000 risks "FOMO destruction," one analyst said. Hopes that a successful vaccine will soon start to be rolled out around the world have pushed global shares to record highs this month. The index has risen by nearly 15% this month, swept higher by optimism over the prospect of a vaccine. Oil edged down, losing around 2%, as the same concerns that limited gains across the equity market weighed on the energy sector.
Persons: Thomas Lohnes, Bitcoin, Trump, Joe Biden, David Madden, Frankfurt's DAX, Brent, Jeffrey Halley, OANDA Organizations: Frankfurt Stock Exchange, AstraZeneca, University of Oxford, CMC, Oxford University, Deutsche Bank, BBVA, Banco Sabadell, CAC, Shanghai, Nikkei Locations: AstraZeneca's COVID, Europe, Germany, Spain, England, France, Sabadell, Paris, Ethereum
MILAN/LONDON/MUMBAI (Reuters Breakingviews) - Corona Capital is a column updated throughout the day by Breakingviews columnists around the world with short, sharp pandemic-related insights. Europe is getting over its skis in trying to find a common solution for the upcoming Christmas winter sports season. Non-European Union Switzerland has already opened several winter resorts, albeit with distancing and restrictions to after-skiing gatherings. The mid-sized lender is hiring advisers to assess the French group’s “unexpected and unsolicited” 737 million euro cash offer. The median airline’s cash might only last around eight months longer.
Persons: Lisa Jucca, Italy’s Credito, Investor Petrus, Creval, Breakingviews, Philippe Brassac, Intesa Sanpaolo, UniCredit, Emiliano, Amanda Blanc, Blanc, Aimee Donnellan, Lucio Tan, Una Galani, Lockdowns, Fuller Smith, Turner, Fuller, Christopher Thompson Organizations: MILAN, Reuters, Corona, Agricole, Investor, Investor Petrus Advisers, Credit, Banca, Banca Monte dei, Banco, Aviva, Credit Suisse, Philippine Airlines, Japan’s ANA, Nikkei, Airlines, International Air Transport Association, Mitchells, Butlers Locations: LONDON, MUMBAI, Passo, Passo del Tonale, Italy, Europe, Germany, France, Austria, Union Switzerland, EU, Siena, Asia, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Una, London
Mexico central bank sees economy falling 8.7% to 9.3% in 2020
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: 1 min
FILE PHOTO: The logo of Mexico's Central Bank (Banco de Mexico) is seen at its building in downtown Mexico City, Mexico February 28, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel BecerrilMEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico’s central bank on Wednesday said economic growth could shrink between 8.7% and 9.3% in 2020 and grow between 0.6% and 5.3% next year, depending on the path Latin America’s second largest economy takes as it faces the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
Persons: Daniel Becerril Organizations: Mexico's Central Bank, Banco, REUTERS, Daniel Becerril MEXICO CITY Locations: Banco de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico, Daniel Becerril MEXICO
Mexico central bank takes gloomier view of economy in 2021
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.64   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: The logo of Mexico's Central Bank (Banco de Mexico) is seen at its building in downtown Mexico City, Mexico February 28, 2019. REUTERS/Daniel BecerrilThe Bank of Mexico, known as Banxico, said the economy could grow between 0.6% and 5.3% next year, after shrinking between 8.7% and 9.3% in 2020. It also provided a single central baseline scenario of an 8.9% contraction this year, 3.3% growth in 2021 and a 2.6% expansion in 2022. In its previous quarterly report Banxico saw the economy expanding between 1.3% and 5.6% in 2021, and contracting between 8.8% and 12.8% this year. On consumer prices, Banxico forecast annual headline inflation at 3.6% in the fourth quarter this year and at 3.3% in the fourth quarter 2021.
Persons: Daniel Becerril, , Banxico Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Mexico's Central Bank, Banco, REUTERS, Bank of Locations: MEXICO, Banco de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico, Bank of Mexico
Accenture and ION among quartet vying for Italy's Cedacri: sources
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Elisa Anzolin | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.94   time to read: +1 min
MILAN (Reuters) - IT consultancy Accenture and international fintech company ION Group are among a group of four bidders that have submitted indicative bids for Italian banking software and back-office group Cedacri, two sources told Reuters. Italian IT services provider Engineering, backed by Bain Capital, is also vying for control of Cedacri along with a consortium of private equity fund Apax and Italy’s digital services group Reply, the sources said, speaking on condition of anonymity as the matter is private. Cedacri is backed by Italian state-backed fund FSI, with a 27% stake, and by another 14 financial institutions including Banca Mediolanum, Gruppo Banco Desio and Unipol. The sale is still in the preliminary stages but discussions are expected to gain momentum in the coming weeks, the sources said. The company, based in the northern Italian town of Parma, reported revenues of 383 million euros in 2019, with adjusted core profit of 81.2 million euros, up 50% compared to 2018.
Persons: Il, Cedacri Organizations: MILAN, Accenture, ION, Reuters, Engineering, Bain Capital, Deutsche Bank, Banca Mediolanum, Banco Desio, Il Sole Locations: Italian, Parma
France's Credit Agricole offers $875 million to buy Italy's Creval
  + stars: | 2020-11-23 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.97   time to read: +1 min
PARIS/MILAN (Reuters) - France’s second-biggest listed bank Credit Agricole on Monday offered to buy Italian bank Credito Valtellinese (Creval) for 737 million euros ($875 million) as it pursues plans to boost its footprint in prosperous Northern Italy. Its Italian subsidiary Credit Agricole Italia was offering 10.50 euros ($12.47) per share to acquire Creval, Credit Agricole added. The offer amounts to an investment of 737 million euros ($875 million). Under the planned takeover, its insurance unit Credit Agricole Assurance will sell its 9.8% stake in Creval to Credit Agricole Italia, the French lender said. London-based investment firm Algebris has also committed to sell its 5.4% stake in Creval to Credit Agricole Italia.
Persons: Denis Balibouse, Algebris, Amundi Organizations: PARIS, Agricole, REUTERS, Credit Agricole Italia, Assurance, Credit Agricole, Banco, Credit, Banca Locations: MILAN, Northern Italy, Geneva, Italy’s, Lombardy, Italian, Creval, London, Italy
PARIS/MILAN (Reuters) - France’s Credit Agricole made an offer to buy third-tier Italian lender Creval for 737 million euros ($875 million) on Monday, joining a wave of consolidation in the country’s banking sector. FILE PHOTO: A Credit Agricole sign is pictured on a building of the bank in Geneva November 26, 2014. Credit Agricole Italia will offer 10.50 euros per Creval share, a 21.4% premium on Friday’s closing price. Credit Agricole Italia had held preliminary talks with Banco BPM, Italy’s No.3 bank and a long-standing commercial partner, but they stalled, sources had said. “We were in an ambiguous situation, we had this long-term ‘bancassurance’ accord but it was difficult to pursue synergies,” Credit Agricole Italia CEO Giampiero Maioli told a press briefing.
Persons: Denis Balibouse France’s, Intesa, Giampiero Maioli, Maioli, “ We’ve, ” Maioli, , Amundi, don’t Organizations: PARIS, Agricole, REUTERS, Banco, Credit, Italia, Credit Agricole, Credit Agricole Italia, European Central Bank, Treasury, Mediobanca Securities, Creval, group’s, Agricole Assurance, Pioneer Investments Locations: MILAN, Geneva, Italy, Creval, dei, London, Cariparma, UniCredit
FILE PHOTO: A man walks in front of the Monte dei Paschi bank in Siena, central Italy, January 29, 2016. Italy’s Treasury and Bank of America declined to comment, while Orrick was not immediately available. Rome is expected to pay about 150,000 euros in financial and legal fees, with the lion’s share going to Bank of America, the sources said. Rome has set aside 1.5 billion euros to shore up MPS but the bank faces a shortfall of at least 2 billion, sources have said. In the case of MPS, that entails a 3 billion euro earnings boost, sources have said.
Persons: Max Rossi, Giorgio Cocini, Patrizio Messina, Marco Nicolini, Orrick, Jean Pierre Mustier, Organizations: Treasury, of America, REUTERS, Bank, America’s, Bank of America, UBI Banca, MPS, Banco Locations: MILAN, dei, Siena, Italy, Tuscany, Rome
European shares supported by gains in commodity, retail stocks
  + stars: | 2020-11-20 | by ( Shashank Nayar | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
(Reuters) - European stocks edged higher on Friday as gains in commodity and retail shares offset worries about U.S. politics and an impasse over fresh stimulus measures to support a pandemic-stricken global economy. The German share price index DAX graph is pictured at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, November 18, 2020. “European markets are a bit fatigued with 2020,” said Keith Temperton, a sales trader at Forte Securities. UK’s FTSE 100 found some support as retail sales bounced in October and British health minister said there were encouraging signs that virus cases were starting to flatten. The retail index rose 0.9% and was among the top gainers.
Persons: Steven Mnuchin, , Keith Temperton, Italy’s, Sage Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, Staff, Energy, Miners, U.S, Federal, Trump, Forte Securities, FTSE, Banca, Banco, Amazon Locations: Frankfurt, Germany, France, British
(Reuters) - European stocks ended higher on Friday, with the benchmark STOXX 600 clocking its third straight week of gains as a jump in commodity-linked stocks helped to counter worries about rising coronavirus cases and an impasse over new U.S. stimulus. The German share price index DAX graph is pictured at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, November 18, 2020. REUTERS/StaffThe pan-European STOXX 600 index .STOXX rose 0.5%. [MET/L]The oil & gas sector .SXEP also jumped 1.5% as crude prices were buoyed by successful COVID-19 vaccine trials. German fashion e-tailer Zalando ZALG.DE edged up 1.1% after its chief financial officer forecast an acceleration in growth next year.
Persons: Glencore, SXEP, , Joshua Mahony, coronavirus shutdowns, Steven Mnuchin, Sage SGE.L Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, Staff, Miners, Rio Tinto, BHP BHPB.L, IG, Data, Bank of America, Federal, Trump, FTSE, European Union, Italy's, Banca, Banco, Sage Locations: Frankfurt, Germany, Rio, China, U.S, Britain, British
MILAN (Reuters) - The top investor in Italy's BPER Banca EMII.MI on Friday threw its weight behind the idea of a merger with rival Banco BPM BAMI.MI to create a third large banking group in the country. In an interview with Il Sole 24 Ore daily, Unipol CEO Carlo Cimbri said the idea of a combination of the mid-sized banks to create a group with 300 billion euros ($356.43 billion) in assets, rooted in the wealthy north, was “fascinating.”“Media say Banco BPM is studying options. Were it to prioritise this idea, I think BPER couldn’t but analyse it with great attention,” Cimbri said. Unipol is the single largest investor in BPER with a 19% stake. ($1 = 0.8417 euros)
Persons: Il, Carlo Cimbri, ” Cimbri, Unipol Organizations: MILAN, Banca EMII.MI, Banco, Locations: Italy's, BPER
MILAN (Reuters) - The top investor in Italy's BPER Banca EMII.MI on Friday threw its weight behind the idea of a merger with rival Banco BPM BAMI.MI to create a major banking group in the country. Were it to prioritise this idea, I think BPER couldn’t but analyse it with great attention,” Cimbri said. Unipol UNPI.MI, which controls insurer UnipolSAI US.MI, is the single largest investor in BPER with a 19% stake. With Unipol’s help BPER just raised 800 million euros in cash to fund the acquisition. Banco BPM CEO Giuseppe Castagna has repeatedly said the bank is open to considering potential partners following the creation of the Intesa-UBI banking “behemoth”.
Persons: Il, Carlo Cimbri, ” Cimbri, Unipol, UnipolSAI, BPER, Giuseppe Castagna, Organizations: MILAN, Banca EMII.MI, Banco, , UBI Banca Locations: Italy's, BPER
MILAN (Reuters) - BPER Banca's EMII.MI biggest shareholder on Friday threw its weight behind the idea of a merger with rival Banco BPM BAMI.MI to create one Italy's biggest banking groups. “Media say Banco BPM is studying options. BPER has said it will consider further M&A once it has integrated the new business, while Banco BPM is actively looking for a partner. Banco BPM had widened ongoing commercial discussions with Credit Agricole CAGR.PA to assess a potential merger but talks have stalled, sources have said. A merger deal between Banco BPM and BPER collapsed at the last minute in 2007 but a tie-up has since remained a possibility.
Persons: Carlo Cimbri, Il, ” Cimbri, Unipol, Intesa Sanpaolo's, Equita, Mediobanca, Intesa, BPER, Paschi, Cimbri, Organizations: MILAN, Banco, , Unipol, Banco BPM, Agricole CAGR.PA, Treasury, Monte dei, Monte Locations: Italy, UBI, Rome, Italian
Banco BPM CEO welcomes BPER's merger overtures
  + stars: | 2020-11-20 | by ( Andrea Mandala | Valentina Za | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Banco BPM CEO Giuseppe Castagna reaffirmed his bank's interest in exploring tie-ups in response to comments by Carlo Cimbri, head of BPER's biggest shareholder Unipol UNPI.MI, that the idea of a Banco BPM deal with BPER was "fascinating." Castagna said by email that Banco BPM would always consider tie-ups with a strong industrial rational and fit to boost value for shareholders. In the meantime, Banco BPM had widened ongoing commercial discussions with Credit Agricole CAGR.PA to assess a potential merger, but discussions have stalled, sources said. A merger deal between Banco BPM and BPER collapsed at the last minute in 2007 but a tie-up has since remained a possibility. “Banco BPM is a much better deal than Monte dei Paschi.
Persons: BPER EMII.MI, Giuseppe Castagna, Carlo Cimbri, Unipol, BPER, Cimbri, Il, Castagna, ” Castagna, UBI, Intesa Sanpaolo, , Equita, Mediobanca, Intesa, Paschi Organizations: MILAN, Banco, , Banco BPM, Unipol, Agricole CAGR.PA, Treasury, Monte dei, Monte Locations: , BPER, Italy, Rome, Italian
BBVA Chairman Carlos Torres Vila speaks in Mexico City, Mexico June 11, 2019. And if BBVA can cut 42% of its target’s costs, broadly in line with Caixabank’s proposed union with Bankia, savings net of 3.4 billion euros in restructuring costs could amount to 6.3 billion euros once taxed and capitalised. Assuming BBVA pays a one-fifth premium, valuing Sabadell’s equity at 2.9 billion euros, Torres would have a meaty common equity Tier 1 ratio of 13.1% after the American disposal. That amounts to 4.2 billion euros in spare capital above a 12% minimum CET1 threshold. BBVA shares slumped 5% on Tuesday, as often happens if investors fret about a spate of value-destructive M&A.
Persons: Carlos Torres Vila, Carlos Torres, Torres, Morgan Stanley, Caixabank’s, Torres ’ Organizations: BBVA, LONDON, Reuters, Banco de Sabadell, Sabadell, Banco Santander Locations: Mexico City, Mexico, BBVA’s, Turkey, U.S, Spain, Garanti, Spanish, Sabadell
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters Breakingviews) - European immigrants historically moved west to seek their fortune. Spanish lender BBVA is taking the opposite path after selling its U.S. subsidiary to PNC Financial Services for $11.6 billion in cash. That puts the Spanish group in line with the European industry average and about 250 basis points ahead of domestic rival Santander. Other European lenders with subscale American units should follow suit and up sticks. Banks such as Santander and HSBC argue the United States provides them with an important source of earnings diversification.
Persons: Carlos Torres, Torres, Banks Organizations: PNC Bank, LONDON, Reuters, BBVA, PNC Financial Services, Banco Santander, HSBC, PNC, Santander, Banco de Sabadell, Spanish, BlackRock Locations: Washington, U.S, Europe, Spanish, United States, Santander
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