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  • Traders work at the Goldman Sachs booth on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Goldman's weak trading results were due to wrong way bets on the debts of a coal company and struggling retailers, according to Bloomberg News.

  • Bulls running

    If history is any guide, the rally this week may have another 2 percent to go for the S&P 500 with bank stocks leading the way.

  • TORONTO, April 24- Canada's main stock index rose on Monday morning, boosted by solid gains for banking stocks as investors cheered domestic data and French election results that limited the risk of another core member leaving the European Union. Royal Bank of Canada rose 1.3 percent to C $95.81, Toronto-Dominion Bank advanced 1.3 percent to C $66.48 and Bank of...

  • LONDON, April 24- Britain's Atom has hired pop star will.i.am as a strategic adviser to its board as the app-based bank seeks to grow. Atom, one of a number of new banks attempting to compete with Britain's high street lenders by offering a faster, mobile-based service, said in a statement on Monday that will.i.am' s knowledge of technology would help it expand.

  • Not in favor of getting rid of Dodd-Frank: Washington Federal CEO

    I think "too big to fail is a real thing" and we need to do more about it, says Brent Beardall, Washington Federal CEO, explaining why does not want to get rid of Dodd-Frank but rather see existing regulations based on risk and not arbitrary thresholds.

  • Founder and Leader of the political movement 'En Marche !' and presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron (not pictured) addresses activists after the announcement of the French presidential Election results on April 23, 2017 in Paris, France.

    Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and other banks with global franchises jump 2 percent in premarket trading following the French election results.

  • The financial offices of banks, including JPMorgan Chase, Citi, HSBC, and other institutions in the financial district of Canary Wharf, are pictured from Greenwich Park in London on January 17, 2017.

    European banking stocks soared after the first round of French presidential election was won by centrist Emmanuel Macron. But will this rally last?

  • LONDON, April 24- Britain's top share index jumped on Monday as banking stocks surged after centrist Emmanuel Macron came out on top in the first round of France's presidential election. It delivers some potential upside in terms of what it could mean for Europe going forward, Dean Turner, economist at UBS Wealth Management, said. UK banks jumped 2.4 percent,...

  • Banks don't need a growth miracle to see a rally: Pimco

    Philippe Bodereau, global head of financials at Pimco, discusses banking sector valuations.

  • TOKYO, April 24- Brightening global growth prospects will allow Japan's central bank to keep monetary policy steady this week and invest time solving the puzzle of why inflation remains stubbornly low despite a tightening job market and robust economic recovery. And looming geopolitical risks, such as escalating tensions over North Korea, overshadow...

  • LOS ANGELES, California- Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Neel Kashkari participates in a question-and-answer session at " Opportunity and Inclusive Growth Institute, TBTF"- 1530 GMT. **BRUSSELS- European Central Bank board member Daniele Nouy participates at the ECON Committee Public Hearing in Brussels 0830 GMT. LUXEMBOURG- EU General Affairs...

  • The memorandum of understanding signed at the World Bank and International Monetary Fund spring meetings in Washington comes a year after the two multilateral lenders established mechanisms for cost-sharing and co-financing of investment projects. Since then, the AIIB and the World Bank have co-financed five projects, supporting power generation in...

  • The memorandum of understanding signed at the World Bank and International Monetary Fund spring meetings in Washington comes a year after the two multilateral lenders established mechanisms for cost-sharing and co-financing of investment projects. Since then, the AIIB and the World Bank have co-financed five projects, supporting power generation in...

  • Definitely won’t see a big surge of further regulation in US: Weber

    UBS Chairman Axel Weber talks about the state of banking regulation, with specific discussion on the roll back of Dodd Frank.

  • Must gear your bank to be the ‘bank of the future’: Axel Weber

    UBS Chairman Axel Weber takes a look at the European banking sector and how banks have to change to shifting business landscapes, especially after the crisis.

  • WASHINGTON, April 22- The European Central Bank can supply cash to banks if Sunday's presidential vote in France roils markets but suppressing a rise in governments' borrowing costs would go beyond its remit, ECB policymaker Ignazio Visco said on Saturday. "The problem is more long term and has to do with what happens to spreads but this transcends monetary...

  • WASHINGTON, April 22- The European Central Bank can supply cash to French banks if needed after Sunday's presidential vote but tackling a rise in governments' borrowing costs would be beyond its remit, ECB policymaker Ignazio Visco said on Saturday. "The problem is more long term and has to do with what happens to spreads but this transcends monetary...

  • *Nowotny doesn't expect need for ELA after France's vote Sunday. WASHINGTON, April 22- The European Central Bank could provide emergency cash to French banks if needed after the first round of France's presidential election on Sunday, but it doesn't expect such a move will be necessary, ECB policymaker Ewald Nowotny said on Saturday. Investors fear that a...

  • WASHINGTON, April 22- The European Central Bank could provide emergency cash to French banks if needed after the first round of France's presidential election on Sunday, but it doesn't expect such a move will be necessary, ECB policymaker Ewald Nowotny said on Saturday. ELA, Emergency Liquidity Assistance, but we don't expect of course any special movements, "...

  • Trump signs financial executive order and memoranda

    CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the details of President Donald Trump's latest executive actions on financial regulations.

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