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Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc (SC.N)

SC.N on New York Stock Exchange

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22 Nov 2017
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Fri, Oct 27 2017

BRIEF-Santander Consumer USA Holdings reports Q3 earnings per share $0.55

* Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc qtrly ‍total auto originations of $5.0 billion, down 3%​

BRIEF-Santander Consumer USA ‍appoints Juan Carlos Alvarez De Soto as CFO - SEC filing

* Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc says ‍appointment of Juan Carlos Alvarez De Soto as CFO; departure of Ismail Dawood as CFO - SEC filing Source text: (http://bit.ly/2xNy3C5) Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Santander US provides update on hurricane Harvey relief efforts

* Santander US provides update on hurricane Harvey relief efforts

BRIEF-Scott Powell appointed CEO of Santander Consumer USA Holdings

* Scott Powell appointed president and chief executive officer of Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc.

BRIEF-Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc reports second quarter 2017 results

* Q2 earnings per share view $0.60 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S

BRIEF-Santander Consumer USA updates Q2 earnings release date

* Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc announces update to second quarter 2017 earnings release date Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Santander Holdings USA announces pricing of private offering of senior notes

* Santander Holdings USA, Inc. Announces pricing of private offering of senior notes

U.S. top court won't expand debt-collection abuse law in Santander case

WASHINGTON The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to widen the reach of a federal law targeting abusive debt-collection tactics such as harassment and threats, ruling it does not cover companies that buy debt, sometimes for pennies on the dollar, and then collect it.

U.S. top court won't expand debt-collection abuse law in Santander case

WASHINGTON The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to widen the reach of a federal law targeting abusive debt-collection tactics such as harassment and threats, ruling it does not cover companies that buy debt, sometimes for pennies on the dollar, and then collect it.

UPDATE 4-U.S. top court won't expand debt-collection abuse law in Santander case

WASHINGTON, June 12 The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to widen the reach of a federal law targeting abusive debt-collection tactics such as harassment and threats, ruling it does not cover companies that buy debt, sometimes for pennies on the dollar, and then collect it.

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