European stocks closed higher on Tuesday as President-elect Donald Trump's impact on the market continued its momentum and oil prices rebounded.
ociete Generale Chairman, Lorenzo Bini Smaghi says if Italy votes "no" in its upcoming referendum, the government will be weakened.
Societe Generale Chairman Lorenzo Bini Smaghi explains why fiscal expansion in the U.S. could be beneficial for the European Central Bank.
Societe Generale Chairman Lorenzo Bini Smaghi explains why globalization cannot be easily reversed.
Societe Generale Chairman, Lorenzo Bini Smaghi says we’re probably at the end of the regulatory cycle, while commenting on the state of the banking sector.
European markets ended mixed on Thursday with investors concerned over Brexit and the U.S. elections as well as focused on corporate earnings.
Société Générale posted a 2.4 percent year-on-year slide in third-quarter net income on Thursday to 1.1 billion euros ($1.2 billion).
Talking about its latest quarter, Societe Generale Deputy CEO, Severin Cabannes said the firm benefited from strong activity in rates, credit and structuring.
Societe Generale Deputy CEO Severin Cabannes discusses the proceedings going on between Deutsche Bank and the Department of Justice and how it influences the banking sector.
Paris' business district has unveiled an advertising campaign encouraging finance workers in the City of London to relocate.
A UK court has ruled in favour of Goldman Sachs in a $1.2 billion dispute with Libya's $67 billion sovereign wealth fund over nine disputed trades.
Bank of America is set to cut investment banking jobs in Asia, including some top dealmakers, as a slowdown forces banks to cut costs.
With a cloud hanging over Europe's still-challenged banking sector, analysts are asking whether lenders should be delivering dividends at all.
Frederic Oudea, CEO of Societe Generale, discusses the company's earning results but says he is confident for the second half of 2016.
European markets finished deep in negative territory on Tuesday, as concerns over the health of the region's lenders continued to weigh on sentiment.
Bargain-hunters circling the U.K. property market after the post-Brexit plunge in sterling stand to get their fingers burned, analysts say.
Gold rose 1 percent and was headed for its fifth weekly gain, supported by a weaker dollar.
Societe Generale fired former trader Jerome Kerviel without real and serious cause, a French labour court ruled, ordering the bank to pay him $510,255.
Societe Generale warns of surprise events that could severely affect the world economy.
Risks to the world economy remain to the downside and include a sudden change to expectations regarding the Fed’s interest rate path, Societe Generale warned.