European markets closed higher with investors closely following developments in Italy and an OPEC deal.
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) announced a revised capital plan on Wednesday.
HSBC and Standard Chartered are the most at risk of failing the BoE stress test due to an exposure to Chinese credit; RBC Capital analysts.
European stocks closed slightly higher Friday amid low liquidity as a result of a shortened session on Wall Street.
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Internet, health & personal care, home improvement, auto sales, and restaurant & bars all continued to see strong sales.
HSBC reported a worse-than-expected 86 percent fall in pretax profit for Q3 on a $1.7 billion loss on the sale of its Brazil unit.
European shares ended lower on Wednesday afternoon as uncertainty over the U.S. election outcome intensified.
Standard Chartered reported falling income and lacklustre third quarter trading on top of fresh compliance worries.
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The third-quarter earnings season has proven to be largely positive for banks, mostly thanks to fixed income trading.
Royal Bank of Scotland swung to a third-quarter loss on Friday, hit by costs related to past misconduct and restructuring.
European stocks closed under pressure on Thursday afternoon; oil prices rally above $50 a barrel.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Statutory group profit before tax at £837 million - beating estimates for £811 million but below the £1.27 billion reported in the last quarter.
European markets recovered from session lows to edge into the green at the close on Thursday as the European Central Bank held rates.
Russia accused Britain of political censorship after a British state-owned bank withdrew its services from Kremlin-backed broadcaster RT.
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