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  • WASHINGTON/ LONDON, March 17- The British units of foreign banks could be required by UK regulators to submit to annual health exams for the first time, banking and industry sources said, potentially bringing Britain's policies into line with those of the U.S. The UK's Prudential Regulation Authority has recently started asking foreign banks to submit data, the...

  • *American Airlines shares up; oil prices fall. Investors were also anxious as the Federal Open Market Committee kicked off its meeting, which will be followed by a statement from Chair Janet Yellen Wednesday afternoon. "People are waiting for the Fed to provide some degree of clarity going forward," said Michael O'Rourke, chief market strategist at JonesTrading...

  • PRECIOUS-Gold hits 4-month low ahead of Fed meeting Tuesday, 17 Mar 2015 | 10:47 AM ET

    *Platinum- gold spread at around $50/ oz. LONDON, March 17- Gold fell to a four-month low on Tuesday on investor jitters ahead of a Federal Reserve policy meeting that may offer further clues to support expectations of a mid-2015 rise in U.S. interest rates. Spot gold fell as low as $1,142.86 an ounce in earlier trade, its lowest since Nov. 7, and was down 0.5 percent at...

  • *Traders taking risk off table ahead of Fed policy meeting. NEW YORK, March 17- The dollar fell for a second straight day on Tuesday, weighed down again by unexpectedly weak U.S. economic data as the Federal Reserve started a two-day policy meeting. "We see the Fed still being data-dependent especially after we have been seeing mixed data in the first quarter," said...

  • Some big banks aren't thrilled with Apple Pay Tuesday, 17 Mar 2015 | 9:46 AM ET
    Ursula Anderman teaches New York pedestrians how to use Apple Pay, as part of a Visa/Chase promotion, on October 20, 2014 in New York.

    Some of the nation's banks like JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America are privately complaining that Apple Pay may not be so great after all.

  • *American Airlines shares up; oil prices fall. March 17- U.S. stock index futures implied a lower open on Tuesday after a rally in the previous session and ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting that could give investors a gauge on the timing of an interest rate hike. Some investors were giving back gains in the absence of any big news while others were holding tight ahead...

  • *World shares hit one-week high; Asia gain from dollar pause. *Bank of Japan maintains policy, economic assessment. Solid gains for Asian markets overnight failed to transfer to Europe where the recent rally in euro zone shares and bonds stalled as the euro notched its first two-day run of gains in three weeks, a disadvantage for the bloc's exporters.

  • LONDON, March 17- International investors are selling U.S. stocks as consensus builds that the Federal Reserve will start raising interest rates by mid 2015, a closely watched survey said on Tuesday. Nearly a quarter of investors believe U.S. equities are overvalued, the most since May 2000, according to the monthly Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey of 207...

  • *Sberbank, Santander, BBVA set up $100 mln fintech funds. *Banks step up investments, partnerships with tech start-ups. LONDON, March 17- Hoping to link with tech entrepreneurs and get ahead of a wave of digital innovation, Europe's top banks are setting up multi-million dollar investment funds, hiring scouts in Silicon Valley and hosting "speed dating" sessions.

  • *Euro gains against dollar for second straight day. LONDON, March 17- The euro rose for a second day against the dollar on Tuesday as investors awaited the start of a two-day U.S. The single currency had come under pressure after the European Central Bank began a bond-buying program last week that will pump more than one trillion euros of newly created money into...

  • UK bans first trader over Libor after US conviction Tuesday, 17 Mar 2015 | 7:27 AM ET
    The exterior of the headquarters of Dutch co-operative bank Rabobank in Utrecht.

    A former trader at Rabobank has become the first trader banned from the British financial services industry over Libor interest rate rigging.

  • Banking on big deals in 2015: Pro   Tuesday, 17 Mar 2015 | 7:18 AM ET
    Banking on big deals in 2015: Pro

    Thomas Michaud, KBW president & CEO, shares his outlook on M&A activity in the financial sector and why this could be a banner year for deal flow.

  • March 17- U.S. stock index futures were down on Tuesday after rallying on Monday ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting that investors are looking to for a guage on timing for an interest rate hike. *The benchmark S&P 500 index on Monday saw its biggest percentage gain since Feb. 3. *Solid gains for Asian markets overnight gave way to up-and-down trading in Europe on...

  • *Gold steady, not far above 3- month low. *Platinum- gold spread at nearly $53/ oz. LONDON, March 17- Gold steadied above $1,150 an ounce on Tuesday, as the dollar fell against the euro ahead of a Federal Reserve policy meeting that may offer further clues to support expectations of a mid-2015 rise in U.S. interest rates.

  • *World shares hit one-week high; Asia gain from dollar pause. *Bank of Japan maintains policy, economic assessment. Solid gains for Asian markets overnight gave way to up and down trading in Europe.

  • JAKARTA, March 17- Indonesia's central bank, which surprised markets last month by cutting its benchmark rate, acted as expected on Tuesday and kept it unchanged on the eve of a key Federal Reserve meeting. Bank Indonesia said the current rate of 7.50 percent is consistent with efforts to contain inflation and the current account deficit. Tuesday's meeting...

  • LONDON, March 17- The euro rose for a second day against the dollar on Tuesday as investors awaited the start of a two-day U.S. The single currency had come under pressure after the European Central Bank began a bond-buying program last week that will pump more than one trillion euros of newly created money into the euro zone economy. Derek Halpenny, European head...

  • SHANGHAI, March 17- China's yuan is set for its biggest rise against the dollar in six weeks after the central bank fixed a firmer midpoint on Tuesday. The People's Bank of China set the midpoint rate at 6.1585 per dollar prior to market open on Tuesday, firmer than the previous fix at 6.1615. The currency has been under heavy downward pressure since late 2014, hit by...

  • TOKYO, March 17- The euro held firm on Tuesday after soft U.S. data and nerves ahead of this week's Federal Reserve policy meeting braked the dollar's rally and helped the common currency pull out from 12- year lows. The euro was steady at $1.0568, having rebounded overnight from $1.0457, its lowest since 2003.. The euro has been under pressure since the European...

  • BOJ maintains stimulus, keeps upbeat economic view Monday, 16 Mar 2015 | 11:08 PM ET

    TOKYO, March 17- The Bank of Japan maintained its massive stimulus and its optimistic assessment of the economy on Tuesday, signalling that the country is on course to emerge from recession without additional monetary loosening. As widely expected, the BOJ left unchanged its pledge to increase base money, or cash and deposits at the central bank, at an annual pace...

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