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Caixabank shares are the share capital of caixabank, S.A., a banking group headquartered in Valencia, Spain. The caixabank Group serves more than 14 million customers, with a nationwide branch network and a strong international presence. It is one of the leading banks in Spain and is listed on the Ibex 35, Spain's principal stock market index.

Founded in 1900 they have been in the Madrid Stock Exchange since 1935 and its shares are traded on the Madrid Stock Exchange and on other European stock exchanges.

Founded in 1869 the bank's shares are listed on the Madrid Stock Exchange and it is one of the largest banks in Spain by market capitalization. It has a long history dating back to the 19th century, when it was founded by Ramón Areces. The bank has been through many changes over the years, but it has always remained a major player in the Spanish financial sector.

In recent years, caixabank has been trend-setting by embracing digital technology and becoming a leading online bank. The bank was also one of the first to offer mobile banking services in Spain. It was badly hit by the financial crisis of 2008, but it has since recovered and is once again one of the strongest banks in Spain.

In the race to be the leading bank in Spain, caixabank has some stiff competition. Its chief rivals are banks such as Santander and BBVA, both of which are large, well-established companies. While caixabank may be smaller than its competitors, it has managed to keep pace in terms of stock price and profitability. In fact, caixabank is currently the second-largest bank in Spain by market capitalization. One area where caixabank lags behind its competitors is in terms of branch network.

Santander, for example, has nearly twice as many branches as caixabank. However, caixabank has been able to offset this disadvantage by investing heavily in digital banking initiatives. As a result, caixabank is now one of the leading banks in Spain in terms of online and mobile banking usage. In the end, caixabank's success will depend on its ability to continue innovating and providing value for its customers.

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