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BANCO. A commercial term, adopted from the Italian, used to distinguish bank money from the common currency; as $1000,

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Banco Espirito was closed and all its healthy businesses were moved over to Novo Banco.
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Banco Popular's five-year goal is to have 100 branches in California.
Data is supplemented with details on Banco Popular Espanol, S.
banking operations into a single state-chartered bank, Banco Popular, New York ("Banco Popular-New York").
Banco Geral's estimated investment in Banco Noroeste will be a maximum of US$500 million, which includes all related transaction costs and fees.
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SA company profile researched and edited provides the following corporate data where available:
Banco Santander Brasil SA might sell the five-year notes to yield about two percentage points more than US Treasuries.
At the same time, Standard & Poor's has affirmed Banco Provincial's double-'B'-minus local currency rating.
Local partners include, among others: Banco Bradesco, Banco Credomatic, Banco Davivienda, Banco de Guayaquil, Banco Mercantil, Banco Uno, Bank of China, BBVA Banco Frances, BBVA Banco Continental, BBVA Bancomer, Telecomm Telegrafos.
27 /PRNewswire/ -- Banco de Galicia y Buenos Aries SA (Nasdaq: BGALY; Buenos Aires Stock Exchange: GALI) announced today that it has entered into an Investment Agreement and an irrevocable stock purchase option with Banco Sudecor Litoral SA, an Argentine regional commercial bank ("Banco Sudecor") and Banco Sudecor's shareholders, Cooperativa de Emprendimientos Multiples Sudecor Litoral Limitada and Sudecor Valores SA (the "Shareholders").
NEW YORK -- Fitch Ratings has today placed Banco Continental de Panama's (Banco Continental) Issuer Default Rating (IDR) on Rating Watch Positive following the announcement of a merger with Banco General.