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FILE, In this Friday July 17, 2020 file photo, a child looks at a man sleeping outside a CaixaBank brach office in Barcelona, Spain.  Two of Spain's biggest banks are poised to merge and create the country's largest bank in terms of domestic operations, with assets of more than 600 billion euros (dollars 708 billion). The deal brings the prospect of more job losses amid difficult times for the financial sector. A tie-up between CaixaBank, the largest bank in the domestic market, and Bankia, Spain's biggest mortgage lender, could herald other moves toward consolidation in the financial sector. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

FILE, In this Friday July 17, 2020 file photo, a child looks at a man sleeping outside a CaixaBank brach office in Barcelona, Spain. Two of Spain's biggest banks are poised to merge and create the country's largest bank in terms of domestic operations, with assets of more than 600 billion euros (dollars 708 billion). The deal brings the prospect of more job losses amid difficult times for the financial sector. A tie-up between CaixaBank, the largest bank in the domestic market, and Bankia, Spain's biggest mortgage lender, could herald other moves toward consolidation in the financial sector. (AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti)

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