European shares closed higher on Tuesday, as investors reacted to corporate earnings while keeping an eye for fresh sanctions against Russia.» Read More
Deutsche Bank's plan to raise nearly $11 billion in new capital drew criticism on Wall Street, bedeviling the bank's shares.
Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
European shares closed mixed with traders with concerns over stock valuations, policy action from the ECB and upcoming elections in the region.
Deutsche Bank's co-CEO has said the bank's plans to raise $11 billion, will "take advantage of the very significant changes in the operating environment" it sees coming.
Deutsche Bank traders have been given a slap on the wrist for their "boastful, indiscreet and vulgar" behavior.
Stanford's divestment from coal is just the beginning of investors taking climate change seriously, according to a senior Wall Street risk pro.
After a "generational shift", the worry for Barclays is that top staff and clients leave and the business slowly dies.
Fincantieri will apply to list in Milan as early as Tuesday, in what officials predict will be Italy's largest privatization program since the 1990s.
Bank of America, Barclays, Citigroup and Credit Suisse are among underwriters to the IPO, Markit told the SEC in a preliminary prospectus.
Smaller Chinese banks have ramped up their shadow lending activity, adding to the financial risks that threaten to trip up the world's second-biggest economy.
Gold dropped as investors nervously awaited the Fed's policy statement, with political tensions in Ukraine failing to prompt heavy safe-haven bids.
China's WH Group has cancelled its planned Hong Kong IPO as a downturn in equity markets weighed further on demand.
The chief executive of Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank believes the banking industry is on the cusp of a historic transformation.
Apple is expected to issue between $8 billion to $10 billion worth of bonds as part of a huge debt sale, Dow Jones reported.
Dirk Becker, deputy head of German research at Kepler Cheuvreux, says the litigation costs for Deutsche Bank are priced in to the stock.
Investors will navigate a Fed meeting, an earnings flood, and significant economic data, but traders agree global tensions will continue to dominate the market.
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French cable company Numericable's debt issue is set to beat previous records and mark the changing cycles of the markets post-credit crisis.
The strong performance of the so-called "fragile five" currencies has marked a return to favor for the so-called carry trade.
Pharmaceutical industry observers have been waiting for a rush of deals for months - and they might have finally arrived.