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The European Commission fined banks Credit Agricole, HSBC and JPMorgan Chase a total of 485 million euros ($520 million) for their part in a cartel to fix the price of financial benchmarks linked to the euro.
European authorities could punish Italy for a state bailout of Monte dei Paschi but such a decision would prolong the ongoing crisis.
Tokyo sell order flood helped drive sterling to 31-year low, says BoE.
Credit Suisse on Wednesday announced more than 1 billion Swiss francs ($991 million) in extra cost cuts.
The troubled Malaysian state fund is preparing to repay the Emirati IPIC fund with Chinese assistance, the FT reports.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Tuesday, including: Dave & Buster's, Mastercard, Western Digital and more.
Experts scramble to factor Trump's corporate tax plans into the 2017 earnings equation.
ETFs saw a whopping $49.1 billion in inflows, the highest monthly total ever in records going back to 1998.
He said that if the stock is not cheap compared to its intrinsic value, he would generally rather pay out capital to existing shareholder.
Rising interest rates and Trump's pro-growth policies will help major financial institution, Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan tells CNBC.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
For investors, the near-term ramifications likely will be more gains in the stock market. But the picture down the road isn't as simple.
The political upheaval has made it more difficult to secure the investment from Qatar, the FT reports.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Xu Xiang is on trial for insider trading, the SCMP reports.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Monday, including Amazon, TherapeuticsMD and more.
'Bond-market vigilantes' could make a comeback if some of Trump's policy plans come to fruition, says trader Jack Ablin.
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