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Cyprus? Let us not protest too much, or pretend to be too shocked.
As the conclave to elect a new pope begins Tuesday, the specter of financial scandal presents a challenge for Pope Benedict's XVI's successor. The NYT reports.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Profits must come through public confidence, and public confidence is given to any merchant in proportion to the service which he gives to the public.
Here are five questions on the bank bonus cap: how it works, how you can avoid it, whether it will pass and what it means for Britain.
With buzz surrounding new hardware initiatives and a surging stock, Google appears to be trying to muscle its way onto turf traditionally dominated by Apple.
After several lackluster years, the $5 trillion foreign exchange market has bolted back to life with institutional investors leading the charge and banks standing to gain from the activity.
When Dish reports earnings the big question is how it'll make its year of investment pay off.
Criticized for letting Wall Street off the hook, the Justice Department is building a new model for prosecuting big banks.
Royal Bank of Scotland chairman Philip Hampton has defended the bonus due to be paid to chief executive Stephen Hester even though the British bank has been punished for rigging interest rates.
A new report by a non-profit government watchdog group says former SEC employees, hired away from the Commission by the private sector, "routinely" help their new employers to influence the agency and blunt SEC enforcement actions.
In total RBS, Barclays and UBS will pay nearly $3 billion in fines stemming from the multi-year practice of artificially suppressing these benchmark interest rates, a practice that spanned the financial crisis and beyond.
Board members at Monte dei Paschi are expected to say that Italy's third largest bank may have lost up to 1 billion euros on trades, higher than the initial estimate.
European banks are looking increasingly attractive, Dennis Gartman says.
Disney reports after the bell Tuesday -- analysts will be watching the media networks division. Here's why.
Deutsche Bank's Joe Lavorgnia anticipates broad "collateral financial damage" once interest rates eventually edge higher. And Art Hogan of Lazard Capital Markets sees the Fed trimming back on quantitative easing in 2013. Both appeared on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" on Friday.
Dirk Becker, head of banking sector research at Kepler Capital Markets in Frankfurt, says Deutsche Bank could have achieved the jump in its capital ratio by selling risk positions.
Anshu Jain, co-CEO at Deutsche Bank, speaks to CNBC's Silvia Wadhwa about re-capitalizing the bank and losses in its earnings.
Deutsche bank posted a fourth quarter net loss of nearly 2.2 billion euros as hefty litigation, restructuring and impairment charges weigh. Silvia Wadhwa has more from Frankfurt.
Deutsche Bank shares rose 2.2 percent on Thursday, despite the company posting a 2.6 billion euro ($3.5 billion) pre-tax loss, after the lender reported capital ratios that were better than expected.