Deutsche Bank Co-CEO Anshu Jain warned that additional liquidity measures by the European Central Bank (ECB) would achieve little.
Chinese productivity growth has gone into reverse, highlighting the failure of recent reforms to set China on a sustainable development path.
Rapidly expanding car-on-demand service Uber told CNBC Hong Kong was proving its fastest growing market so far, outside of the U.S.
The talks failed amid concerns that the Argentine government has dug in to its refusal to pay certain creditors.
Soaring prices underscore the inflation risk in India, which remains a headache for policymakers who will release data on consumer prices this week.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
So-called living wills submitted by big banks are "not credible" and have to be revised by next July, federal regulators said on Tuesday.
Goldman Sachs is cutting off some hedge fund clients and even pulling cash from its own hedge funds as it looks to cope with tough new banking rules.
France has gathered support to challenge regulators imposing penalties on banks at a G-20 meeting after $8.9 billion fine was levied on BNP Paribas.
CNBC takes a quick look at dark pool trading platforms and why they have come under investigation.
Swiss bank Credit Suisse became the latest major European bank to say it was caught up in an investigation into alternative trading venues known as dark pools.
Banco Espírito Santo has posted a €3.58 billion loss, which shows the financial woes engulfing its main shareholder, the Espírito Santo family group.
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Point72 Asset Management, the revamped firm of the billionaire investor Steven A. Cohen, generated a profit of nearly $1 billion for the first half.
European shares closed higher on Tuesday, as investors reacted to corporate earnings while keeping an eye for fresh sanctions against Russia.
German bank results beat expectations but increases reserves for future litigation or settlements by to $2.95 billion.
Gold held above $1,300 an ounce as heightened tensions with Russia, and violence in the Middle East, boosted its safe-haven appeal.
A crush of big cap earnings and arguably the most important economic reports until September make next week the busiest of the summer for markets.
European shares closed higher on Wednesday amid corporate earnings news and ongoing turmoil in Gaza and Ukraine.
The U.S. unit of German lender Deutsche Bank suffers from ongoing financial reporting problems which it has been aware of for years but not fixed, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.