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Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc (SC.N)

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Tue, Apr 24 2018

BRIEF-Santander Consumer USA Holdings Qtrly Earnings Per Share $0.67

* NET FINANCE AND OTHER INTEREST INCOME DECREASED 8 PERCENT TO $1.0 BILLION IN Q1 2018 FROM $1.1 BILLION IN Q1 2017

BRIEF-Santander Holdings Prices Up To $400 Mln Senior Notes

* SANTANDER HOLDINGS USA, INC. ANNOUNCES PRICING OF ITS CASH TENDER OFFER FOR UP TO $400,000,000 IN AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF CERTAIN SENIOR NOTES

BRIEF-Santander Consumer USA And AutoFi Partner To Provide Car Buyers And Dealers With Online Sales And Financing

* SANTANDER CONSUMER USA AND AUTOFI TEAM UP TO PROVIDE CAR BUYERS AND DEALERS WITH FAST AND EASY ONLINE SALES AND FINANCING Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Santander Consumer USA Holdings Reports Q4 Earnings Per Share $1.61

* QTRLY NET FINANCE AND OTHER INTEREST INCOME OF $1.0 BILLION, DOWN 11%

U.S. charges take shine off Brazil-driven Santander profit

MADRID Banco Santander's on Wednesday reported a 4 percent fall in fourth-quarter net profit due to one-off impairments in its U.S. business, which marred otherwise solid results and a strong performance in the bank's largest market, Brazil.

UPDATE 2-U.S. charges take shine off Brazil-driven Santander profit

* Shares up 1 pct (Adds analyst comment, details on impairments, net interest income,)

BRIEF-Santander Holdings Announces Pricing Of Private Offering Of Senior Notes

* SANTANDER HOLDINGS USA, INC. ANNOUNCES PRICING OF PRIVATE OFFERING OF SENIOR NOTES

Santander takes 600 million euro impairment, makes board changes

MADRID Spain's largest bank Santander said it would take an impairment charge of 600 million euros ($711 million), mostly due to its U.S. consumer finance group, a move it said would hit fourth quarter earnings.

Santander takes 600 mln euro impairment, makes board changes

MADRID, Nov 29 Spain's largest bank Santander said it would take an impairment charge of 600 million euros ($711 million), mostly due to its U.S. consumer finance group, a move it said would hit fourth quarter earnings.

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