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Bankia SA (BKIA.MC)

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

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Wed, Oct 26 2016

UPDATE 1-Spain's Bankia reports 12 pct net profit fall as margins squeezed

* Fully-loaded capital ratio at 13.24 pct by end-September (Adds details, background)

Spain's Bankia post 12 pct fall in Q3 net profit, beats forecast

MADRID, Oct 26 Spain's state-owned lender Bankia posted on Wednesday a 12 percent fall in the third quarter net profit from a year earlier due to pressure from ultralow interest rates.

BRIEF-Falling market values make Spain's Bankia divestment harder - FROB

Oct 19 Head of Spain's banking restructuring fund (FROB) Jaime Ponce:

Possible Bankia, BMN merger to involve "concentrating" operations- Bankia CEO

MADRID, Oct 4 A possible merger between Spain's state-owned lenders Bankia and Banco Mare Nostrum (BMN) would involve "concentrating" both their operations to lower costs, Bankia's CEO said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Spain looks at possible merger of Bankia and Banco Mare Nostrum

MADRID, Sept 28 Spain's bank rescue fund said on Wednesday it would look into a merger between state-owned banks Bankia and Banco Mare Nostrum (BMN) that would potentially create a new entity with total assets of over 240 billion euros ($269 billion).

Spanish government says to analyse merger between Bankia and BMN

MADRID, Sept 28 The Spanish government said on Wednesday it would analyse a merger between state-owned Bankia and the other nationalized bank Banco Mare Nostrum (BMN).

UPDATE 2-Spain's Bankia beats H1 net profit forecasts, delays strategic plan

* Says to delay strategic plan due to uncertainty over regulatory framework, including new capital guidelines currently under consideration by the European Central Bank.

BRIEF-Spain's Bankia unconcerned over European stress tests

* Says it is not worried about next week's European banking stress tests and that Spanish banks in general have done their homework For full earnings details see: Further company coverage: (Reporting by Madrid Newsroom)

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