LONDON, July 29- Banks from Italy, Ireland, Spain and Austria fared worst in the latest European Union stress test, which the region's banking watchdog said on Friday showed there was still work to do in order to boost credit to the bloc's economy. "While a number of individual banks have clearly fared badly, the overall finding of the European Banking Authority- that... » Read More
Timothy Geithner suggests Iran and oil are bigger threats to the U.S. recovery than Europe, with CNBC's Steve Liesman.
Risk appetite grows and European Central Bank President Mario Draghi talks tough - it's time for your FX Fix.
With the substantial rally, there is a significant risk of a correction in the short term, says Gemma Godfrey, Brooks Macdonald Asset Management, who says liquidity pumped into banks has not been passed to the wider economy.
Asian consumers, and especially the Chinese, are driving the growth in the luxury sector, which has continued unabated despite the woes of the economy elsewhere.
Oil prices will likely consolidate around $100 a barrel this week though any move higher will be capped by market uncertainty on what happens next in Greece. On Sunday night, Greek leaders passed new austerity measures crucial to receiving a second bailout package, but violence in Athens marred the vote.
Anticipating where markets will turn their collective anxieties next, with Donald Straszheim, ISI Group, and Dennis Berman, Wall Street Journal Marketplace editor.
The risk premium due to Iran could be contributing as much as $15 to $20 a barrel to global oil prices, according to some experts. But traders warn of more upside risk.
Investors trying to take advantage of rising commodity prices should avoid buying smaller, non-diversified mining companies, a commodities fund manager told CNBC Thursday.
Robert Michele, J.P. Morgan Asset Mgmt. Global CIO, who oversees $140 billion in assets, offers his view on the markets.
In light of Ash Wednesday, Barry Dixon, Head of Davy Research, has given CNBC his top stocks to “give up for Lent.”
Markets are trading near session lows after breaking 13,000 yesterday, with the Fast Money team.
Fitch ratings agency on Wednesday slashed its rating for Greek sovereign debt to “C” from “CCC,” indicating that default is “highly likely in the near term.”
Swiss Bank UBS plans to sell more loss-absorbing capital to meet tougher rules for banks following a $2 billion Tier 2 note issue, it said on Wednesday.
One week into his re-election campaign, French President Nicolas Sarkozy has already courted plenty of controversy.
Insight on whether the deal to get Greece out of default will work and prevent future troubles, with Julian Callow, Barclays Capital chief European economist.
The second Greek bailout deal was finally clinched in the early hours of Tuesday morning, but market reaction has been decidedly mixed so far.
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Greece's purported deal with its creditors will only last until a new government takes over following the spring elections, hedge fund manager Dennis Gartman said Tuesday.
The agreement by private sector holders of Greek government debt to take losses of 53.5 percent as part of the 130 billion euros ($172 billion) second bailout will actually see real losses of more than 70 percent, Charles Dallara, managing director of the Institute of International Finance told CNBC.
Stock index futures pointed to a rise in U.S. equities on Tuesday after euro zone finance ministers finally sealed a bailout for Greece. European shares steadied on Tuesday after hitting seven-month highs on Monday, with strategists saying the focus would now turn to the bleak outlook for Greece's economy after the country secured a bailout package.