Articles by The Corner





long-term zero or negative interest rates

Fixed Income: A Search For A Safe Haven Or A Question Of Yields?

J.L.M. Campuzano (Spanish Banking Association) | At the end of the day, we have zero or negative real long-term interest rates. Why? The most simple answer has to do with the relation between supply and demand. And everything leads us to think that there is more demand than supply in the fixed income markets.





Caixabank's target price potential

Caixabank’s Fundamentals Could Take It To €4.7 Per Share

During 1Q17 Spanish Caixabank finished the integration with Portuguese BPI reporting net attributable profit of €403 million, up 47.9% year on year. This resilient stream of revenues coupled with good credit quality are some of the reasons for BBVA’s analysts bet on the stock.