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  • Benjamin Lawsky, superintendent of the New York state's Department of Financial Services, said, "I think... you will see results this summer" from a continuing investigation of consultants hired at the behest of regulators.

  • WASHINGTON, April 29- A top U.S. federal regulator said on Tuesday that it's going to "take a lot of work" before officials can be confident that Wall Street banks are not too complex to manage. He also said the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is having an "active discussion" with big banks about how to simplify their legal structures.

  • MADRID/ SAO PAULO, April 29- Banco Santander SA launched a 4.7 billion euro offer on Tuesday for the 25 percent of its Brazilian unit it does not already own, giving investors a chance to gain exposure to a budding recovery of the euro zone's largest bank.

  • LONDON/ FRANKFURT, April 29- European banks must show they can survive simultaneous routs in bonds, property and stocks, in the toughest test so far by regulators aiming to restore confidence in an industry that had to be rescued by taxpayers in the financial crisis.

  • MADRID/ SAO PAULO, April 29- Banco Santander SA on Tuesday launched a 4.7 billion euro offer for the 25 percent of its Brazilian unit it does not already own, giving investors a chance to gain exposure to a budding recovery of the euro zone's largest bank.

  • COLUMN-Take a pass on TBTF crapshoot: James Saft Tuesday, 29 Apr 2014 | 3:00 PM ET

    April 29- Bank of America has given investors one more datapoint suggesting that our biggest banks aren't just too big to fail but too big to manage and too big to invest in.

  • Ukrainian farmers look to IMF as credit becomes tight Tuesday, 29 Apr 2014 | 1:37 PM ET

    *Currency depreciation has caused problems for Ukraine banks. "No matter who I've asked- nobody grants loans," said Mykola Strigak, a farmer with 70 hectares of land in Kirovohrad in central Ukraine.

  • LONDON, April 29- The' stress test' scenarios unveiled by the European Banking Authority on Tuesday show the imaginary shocks 124 of the European Union's most important banks must prove they can withstand.

  • *Deutsche gives two weeks' notice, to cease involvement May 13. LONDON, April 29- Deutsche Bank has resigned its seat on the London precious metal fixes without finding a buyer, a spokesman for the lender said on Tuesday, leaving four banks to set the global gold price benchmark under increasing regulatory scrutiny.

  • METALS-Copper dips ahead of U.S. data, Fed meeting Tuesday, 29 Apr 2014 | 11:20 AM ET

    *China data shows provinces had the sharpest Q1 slowdown. *Tight credit conditions in China restrain purchases. LONDON, April 29- Copper dipped on Tuesday as investors held back ahead of a U.S. central bank meeting and after further signs of slower growth in top metals consumer China.

  • LONDON, April 29- The European Central Bank has flagged the prospect of asset purchases if the euro keeps rising, yet few investors and analysts are convinced that even Japanese-style money printing would decisively weaken the euro.

  • Dick Bove: The new rulers of the financial system Tuesday, 29 Apr 2014 | 8:33 AM ET

    Regulations on big banks have created a vacuum into which alert entrepreneurs have established commanding positions, says bank analyst Dick Bove.

  • *Says EU rules could mean 1.5- 2 bln euro capital impact. FRANKFURT, April 29- Deutsche Bank could turn to shareholders for cash to strengthen its capital base after first-quarter profits fell by more than a third.

  • MOSCOW, April 29- Russian bank SMP will focus on domestic transactions after sanctions applied by the United States on Monday prevented it from accepting deposits in foreign currencies, it said on Tuesday. SMP is co-owned by Boris Rotenberg and his older brother Arkady, who own 38.05 percent each according to the bank's website.

  • The European Banking Authority said on Tuesday it would gauge the resilience of 124 banks from the 28- country European Union to see if they would still have enough capital after facing a toxic cocktail of theoretical shocks.

  • The European Banking Authority said on Tuesday it would gauge the resilience of 124 banks from the 28- country European Union to see if they would still have enough capital after facing a toxic cocktail of theoretical shocks.

  • SHANGHAI, April 29- China's yuan slipped on Tuesday, at one point touching a fresh 16- month low, as traders said dollar demand from the country's oil giants offset another stronger yuan midpoint-setting by the central bank. The People's Bank of China set its midpoint at 6.1556, up 0.01 percent from Monday.

  • Deutsche still facing big issues: Pro     Tuesday, 29 Apr 2014 | 5:00 AM ET

    Simon Maughan, head of research at OTAS Technologies, says Deutsche Bank remains very leveraged and that the "bigger issues" facing the German lender are still very much there.

  • European bank CEO pay surges in 2013 Tuesday, 29 Apr 2014 | 1:11 AM ET
    Brady Dougan, CEO of Credit Suisse Group

    Chief executives in some of Europe's biggest banks saw huge gains in their pay packets in 2013, data compiled exclusively for CNBC reveals.

  • *PBOC midpoint slightly stronger for 5th trading day. SHANGHAI, April 29- China's yuan barely moved on Tuesday, with traders saying that dollar demand from oil giants offset another stronger yuan midpoint-setting by the central bank. The People's Bank of China set its midpoint at 6.1556, up 0.01 percent from Monday.

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