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  • LONDON, June 28- British lenders bid for a record volume of Bank of England funds on Tuesday, but were unwilling to pay a high rate or offer top-quality collateral, suggesting money market tensions after last week's vote to leave the European Union remain contained. Banks bid for 6.33 billion pounds of six-month funds, the highest volume since the central bank set...

  • LONDON, June 28- British lenders submitted a record volume of bids for Bank of England funds at an auction for six-month finance on Tuesday, the first held by the central bank since the country voted to leave the European Union last week. Banks bid for 6.330 billion pounds of funds, the highest volume since the repo operations adopted their current format in...

  • Bank stocks are rallying following a report that Rome is looking to protect its financial sector form a further selloff. Class CNBC managing editor, Andrea Cabrini discusses.

  • LLOYDS BANKING GROUP SHARES RISE 4.6 PERCENT TO 53 PENCE.

  • EU Banks

    EY's Keith Pogson says there is huge uncertainty surrounding London as a financial hub and the economic health of the U.K.

  • Britain's government has scrapped plans to sell stakes in Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group this year in the wake of the Brexit vote, sources told Reuters.

  • Renzi’s political future is on the line: analyst

    Open Europe political analyst, Vincenzo Scarpetta talks about the future of Italy’s banking system and its government, in light of the Brexit outcome.

  • TUESDAY, JUNE 28 NEW DELHI- World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim on a two-day visit to India. ANKARA- Turkey central bank to publish the minutes of its policy meeting held on June 21- 1100 GMT. LONDON- Bank of Zambia Governor Denny Kalyalya, Kenya central bank Deputy Governor Sheila Mbijiwe and African Development Bank former Chief Economist Mthuli Ncube at "...

  • TUESDAY, JUNE 28 SINTRA, Portugal- European Central Bank President Mario Draghi speaks at an European Central Bank Forum on Central Banking "The future of the international monetary and financial architecture"- 0800 GMT. SINTRA, Portugal- European Central Bank board member Benoit Coeure participates in a session "Macroeconomic and monetary challenges" at ECB...

  • TUESDAY, JUNE 28 SINTRA, Portugal- European Central Bank President Mario Draghi speaks at an European Central Bank Forum on Central Banking "The future of the international monetary and financial architecture"- 0800 GMT. SINTRA, Portugal- European Central Bank board member Benoit Coeure participates in a session "Macroeconomic and monetary challenges" at ECB...

  • What to buy now

    CNBC's Melissa Lee and "Fast Money" traders Karen Finerman and Brian Kelly discuss their Brexit portfolio plays.

  • LONDON, June 27- Ratings agency Moody's will downgrade the credit rating outlook for major British banks to "negative" on Tuesday because of the fallout from the vote to leave the European Union, Sky News reported, citing sources. A Sky News reporter said "a number of big UK lenders" had been told by Moody's that their credit rating outlook would shift to negative from...

  • 3 reasons to buy European banks

    Larry McDonald, AGC Analytics Head of Global Macro Strategy, gives his reasons why investors should be buying European banks during the sell-off.

  • LONDON, June 27- Ratings agency Moody's will downgrade the credit rating outlook for major British banks to "negative" on Tuesday because of the fallout from the vote to leave the European Union, Sky News reported, citing sources. A Sky News reporter said "a number of big UK lenders" had been told by Moody's that their credit rating outlook would shift to negative from...

  • New world for stocks?

    The "Fast Money" traders dissect the day's trading action, including Brexit fears leading markets into a sell-off.

  • A Wall Street street sign is displayed near the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S.

    These are the issues facing U.S. banks after the Brexit vote, CLSA's Mike Mayo says. However, there is good news.

  • SINTRA, Portugal, June 27- European Central Bank President Mario Draghi expressed "sadness" on Monday at Britain's vote to leave the European Union, which has roiled global markets and raised questions about the future of the EU. Draghi, who was opening the ECB's annual forum on central banking in Sintra, Portugal, will fly to Brussels on Tuesday, where he is expected...

  • Closing Bell Exchange: Waiting for a clear signal

    Discussing the current state of the markets with Jeffrey Currie, Goldman Sachs Head of Commodities Research; Jim Cahn, Wealth Enhancement Group Chief Investment Officer; Ben Willis, Princeton Securities Group Managing Director and Trader; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.

  • MEXICO CITY, June 27- Mexico's central bank is expected to raise its key lending rate on Thursday after Britain's decision to leave the European Union deepened a slump in the peso, analysts polled by Reuters said. The median expectation of the 21 analysts surveyed was for the Banco de Mexico to raise its benchmark interest rate by 25 basis points to 4.00 percent.

  • Brexit NOT the end of the world?

    David Lafferty, Natixis Global Asset Management, says that Brexit isn't as big a deal as some people are making it out to be.

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