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  1. April the 12TH, Solidarity from Brighton with the Anarchists Imprisoned in SpainRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Indy Media

    APRIL THE 12TH, SOLIDARITY FROM BRIGHTON WITH THE ANARCHISTS IMPRISONED IN SPAIN Last Sunday the 12th of April about forty people took part in a protest in Brighton against the repression in Spain. The action was an answer to the recent police action "OperaciA3n PiA ata", a massive and noisy raid against the Anarchist Movement in Spain.

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  2. Buffaloes of CabarcenoRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 9 | TrekEarth

    The Natural Park of Cabarceno, is a Spanish zoo, is located 17 km from Santander, in an old iron mine open air, in Cantabria. With an area of 750 hectares, it's actually one of the largest zoos in the world.

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  3. UPDATE 1-Spain's Naturhouse joins queue of stock debut hopefulsRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 9 | Reuters

    Spanish health and diet products maker Naturhouse has revived plans to list on the stock market in a sale that will value the firm at up to 360 million euros , the latest in a series of flotations in the country. Naturhouse, which postponed plans for an initial public offering last October, said in a prospectus that it would sell between 25 percent and 27.5 percent of the company, depending on whether an option to sell extra stock is exercised.

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  4. Inside Llagostera: The miracle club within touching distance of La LigaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 3 | Yahoo!

    Andy Mitten visits Llagostera, the tiny club in Spain that continue to defy expectations as they climb the Segunda Division. Llagostera's main man looked at the Spanish second division table on Monday morning.

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  5. Best International Opportunity For The Second Quarter: SpainRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 1 | Seeking Alpha

    As the first quarter grinds to an end, we don't have much to show for it. Year to date, the market is flat.

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  6. UPDATE 1-Spain's Talgo files preliminary prospectus for IPORead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 31 | Reuters

    Spanish train manufacturer Talgo said on Tuesday it had filed a preliminary prospectus to make a stock market debut, a flotation which a source said could value the company at more than 1 billion euros. Talgo is the leading supplier of high-speed trains in its home country and made revenue for the year ending Dec. 31 of 384 million euros and adjusted earnings before taxes, interest and amortisations of 90 million euros.

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  7. Banco Santander donates $500,000 to Miami Dade CollegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 30 | The Miami Herald

    Miami Dade College's fledgling school of government got a boost Monday when Spanish financial giant Banco Santander donated $500,000 over three years to help fund the program. In a ceremony Monday at the college's downtown Wolfson Campus, Banco Santander chairwoman Ana Patricia BotA n and MDC president Eduardo PadrA3n signed the agreement, along with JosA Varela Ortega, president of the Spanish civic group FundaciA3n Ortega y Gasset, which is also a partner in the school.

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  8. Now Available: Spain Reinsurance: Market UpdateRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 29 | PR-inside.com

    This report is the result of Timetric's extensive market research covering the reinsurance market in Spain. It contains detailed data on market dynamics along with latest industry happenings and industry players in Spain.

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  9. Santander's Ana Botin Leads First Annual Investors' MeetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Wall Street Journal

    SANTANDER, Spain-Banco Santander SA's Ana BotA n said very low interest rates in developed markets, "demanding" regulatory standards and competition from technology firms are among the top challenges facing banks. "Our competitors are not only the traditional financial institutions or large shadow banking' funds, subjected to less regulation and supervision, but also the major tech giants," Ms.

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  10. Sabadell chairman sees little chance of rival bids for TSBRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Reuters

    Sabadell, Spain's fifth-biggest bank, last week agreed a 1.7 billion pound deal to buy TSB, in what would be one of the biggest cross-border banking acquisitions since the 2007 financial crisis. Sabadell already effectively controls 30 percent of the lender thanks to a call option on the shares - which could put off potential competitors.

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  11. Seven institutions present bids for Portugal's Novo BancoRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Reuters

    Seven institutions have presented non-binding bids for Portugal's Novo Banco, the successor to Banco Espirito Santo after a state rescue last year, Bank of Portugal Governor Carlos Costa said on Tuesday. The new phase of the sale process saw the number of bidders fall from 15 potential buyers that the bank said had pre-qualified for the sale earlier.

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  12. Europe Factors to Watch-Shares set to pause; Pirelli eyedRead the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | Reuters

    European stocks were set to pause on Monday following recent sharp gains, with the auto sector in focus after China National Chemical Corp agreed to buy Pirelli in a 7.1 billion euro deal. The acquisition, agreed with Pirelli shareholders on Sunday, will see state-owned ChemChina take over the world's fifth-largest tyre maker and one of the symbols of Italy's manufacturing industry.

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  13. Cash windfall for TSB investorsRead the original story

    Friday Mar 20 | Scotsman.com

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Challenger bank TSB has been snapped up for 1.7 billion by Spain's Banco de Sabadell after a brief nine-month life on the stock market in the wake of the UK lender's spin-off from Lloyds Banking Group.

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  14. Alex Brummer: Speed at which TSB capitulated to bid from Banco Sabadell is obsceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Daily Mail

    The speed at which TSB and its biggest shareholder Lloyds Bank have capitulated in the face of a bid from Catalonia's Banco Sabadell is obscene. One can understand why Lloyds boss Antonio Horta-Osorio is overjoyed to be rid of TSB, after the farce of the Project Verde bidding process and costs of setting up an IT system.

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  15. Spanish bank Sabadell buys UK's TSB for US$2.5 billionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | The China Post

    Spanish lender Sabadell clinched Friday a 1.7-billion pound takeover of TSB, a unit of the UK's bailed-out lender Lloyds, marking its entry into the UK retail banking sector. The two banks announced in a statement that they have agreed terms on the bid which was pitched at 340 UK pence per share and worth US$2.5 billion.

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  16. Spanish bank Sabadell buys Britain's TSB for 1.7 billionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Times of Oman

    Sabadell also launched plans to raise a 1.6 billion via a rights issue to shore up its balance sheet, but stressed that the takeover was not conditional on the move. Photo - Bloomberg News London: Spanish lender Sabadell clinched Friday a A 1.7-billion takeover of TSB, a unit of Britain's bailed-out lender Lloyds, marking its entry into the UK retail banking sector.

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  17. Lloyds agrees sale of TSB stake as Banco de Sabadell confirms A 1.7bn offerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | East Anglian Daily Times

    Spain's Banco de Sabadell and TSB have reached agreement on a 1.7billion takeover of the British challenger bank, it was announced today. The deal will see TSB shareholders receive 340p per share and state-backed Lloyds selling its 50% share, which it was was obliged to sell by the end of this year under European Union state aid rules following its bailout during the financial crisis.

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  18. Lloyds gives green light for Spain's Sabadell to takeover TSB in 1.7 billion dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | This Is London

    Under new ownership: as a result of its A 20 billion taxpayer bailout, Lloyds was ordered to sell TSB by the European Commission Lloyds Banking Group, the taxpayer-backed lender, has agreed the A 1.7 billion takeover of its former offshoot TSB, bringing an end to more than five years of trying to sell off the 632 branches. The offer is at a 31% premium to the 260p at which TSB floated on the stock market last year.

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  19. Spain's Banco de Sabadell and TSB have reached agreement on a 1.7 billion takeoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Gazette-news.co.uk

    Spain's Banco de Sabadell and TSB have reached agreement on a A 1.7 billion takeover of the British lender, it was announced today. The deal will see shareholders in the bank receive 340p per share and state-backed Lloyds selling its 50% share.

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  20. TSB and Lloyds agree 1.7bn takeover by Spain's SabadellRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | Brand Republic

    TSB, the UK bank previously wholly owned by Lloyds Banking Group, has agreed to a A 1.7bn acquisition by Spanish bank Sabadell, but has made assurances that its new owner will continue to "build on the TSB brand name". TSB, half of which was floated on the stock market last year, appears to have clinched a higher-than-expected price tag.

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