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“It as an indirect pronoun can be a bit more complicated, but He he put it (something unknown) in it (a box): Él lo pusó en ella (la caja which is feminine).”
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“BBVA, for example, said this month that it wants to boost its market share in Spain by 50% over the next three years and that it may end up buying some caja assets.”
“The big Spanish banks are also expected to look for caja deals.”
“Senior caja executives complain that the September deadline may imperil listings, and could increase the number of partial nationalizations, because it would leave just a small window to sell shares before the summer holidays.”
“A key test for confidence in the industry will be the success of the offering of the largest caja, Bankia, a lender with €344.5 billion in assets, scheduled for this summer.”
“A spokesman said the Alicante-based savings bank, or caja , is presenting the Bank of Spain with a new business plan and an application for money from Spain's state-financed Fund for Orderly Bank Restructuring, also known as FROB.”
“Bloomberg News A caja in Madrid has forced the merger of many cajas.”
“Last week, Chief Executive Bob Diamond met with Spanish Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero and other officials, sparking rumors a bid for a caja, or regional savings bank, was under discussion and that the government might provide guarantees against expected loan losses.”
“He said such a deal makes sense as a way for Barclays to get its meager return on equity up to its 13% target and reduce its reliance on investment-banking profits, "but we also feel that a caja acquisition will probably increase yet again Barclays' risk perception amongst investors.”
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