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  • Here’s what is rocking European banks Monday, 1 Feb 2016 | 6:41 AM ET
    The headquarters of Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA, the oldest surviving bank in the world and Italy's third-largest bank.

    2016 is proving a difficult year for European banks, as the industry grapples with nonperforming loans, rocky markets, increasing regulation and EM volatility.

  • Oil hits 2003 low as market eyes Iran Monday, 18 Jan 2016 | 2:21 PM ET
    Oil tanker

    Oil prices slumped to a 2003 low below $28 per barrel as the market anticipated a rise in Iranian exports.

  • *Soybeans fall back towards 6- week low after bounce. *China jitters, South America supply keep mood bearish. PARIS/ SINGAPORE, Jan 7- U.S. corn slipped on Thursday towards the low hit a day earlier while soybeans and wheat also eased as a financial markets sell-off fuelled by China jitters added to bearish sentiment about bumper South American crops.

  • *China fixes yuan lower, global stock markets fall. LONDON, Jan 7- Debt investors moved to price in a 50 percent chance of a further rate cut from the European Central Bank at its March meeting as Thursday's Chinese market rout and sliding oil prices dimmed the outlook for inflation. "Markets are reconsidering the ECB's stance and further rate cuts are entering...

  • Chinese mainland shares tumbled around 7 percent, triggering a circuit breaker for the second time in a week after the People's Bank of China guided the yuan to its lowest level since March 2011. Peter Kinsella, head of emerging markets strategy at Commerzbank, said data showing the biggest annual fall in Chinese foreign exchange reserves on record in 2015,...

  • German Bund yields hit lowest since ECB's latest easing Wednesday, 6 Jan 2016 | 11:41 AM ET

    LONDON, Jan 6- Yields on German 10- year Bunds fell on Wednesday to their lowest levels since the European Central Bank eased monetary policy in December. The euro five- year, five-year breakeven forward, which shows where markets expect 2026 inflation forecasts to be in 2021, has lost almost 20 basis points since hitting a high last month. This is despite the ECB...

  • LONDON, Jan 6- Oil prices slid more than 4 percent to new 11- year lows on Wednesday as the row between Saudi Arabia and Iran made any cooperation between major exporters to cut output even more unlikely. The furore over Saudi Arabia's execution of a Shi'ite cleric has stripped nearly 8 percent off the price of oil in the last three trading days, killing speculation...

  • *Weaker yuan, soft China survey sour risk sentiment. LONDON, Jan 6- World stocks fell for a fifth day on Wednesday as China fuelled fears about its economy by allowing the yuan to weaken further and a nuclear test by North Korea added to a growing list of geopolitical worries. European markets followed Asia into the red, with Britain's FTSE, Germany's DAX and France's...

  • *China's services sector growth slows to weakest in 17 months. SHANGHAI, Jan 6- China's blue chip shares ended sharply higher on Wednesday after state media said a selling ban on major shareholders brought in to help arrest a market crash last summer would remain in place until the government publishes new rules on such disposals. Shen Weizheng, fund manager at...

  • *China's services sector growth slows to weakest in 17 months. SHANGHAI, Jan 6- China's blue chip shares were sharply higher on Wednesday after state media said a selling ban on major shareholders brought in to help arrest a market crash last summer would remain in place until the government publishes new rules on such disposals. Shen Weizheng, fund manager at...

  • *China's services sector growth slows to weakest in 17 months. SHANGHAI, Jan 6- China's blue chip shares rose on Wednesday morning after state media said a selling ban on major shareholders brought in to help arrest a market crash last summer would remain in place until the government publishes new rules on such disposals. Shen Weizheng, fund manager at Shanghai-...

  • LONDON, Jan 5- The collapse in relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran after the Saudi execution of a Shi'ite cleric puts an end to speculation that OPEC could somehow agree production curbs to lift the price of oil anytime soon. A Reuters survey of OPEC production showed on Tuesday that Saudi Arabia ended 2015 with its output at full tilt, with no sign of cutting...

  • OPEC December oil output slips, still near record Tuesday, 5 Jan 2016 | 9:30 AM ET

    *OPEC output up almost 1.40 mbpd since 2014 policy shift. LONDON, Jan 5- OPEC oil output fell in December, a Reuters survey found on Tuesday, led by lower supply from Iraq following a record-breaking month in November and smaller declines elsewhere in the producer group. OPEC supply fell in December to 31.62 million barrels per day from a revised 31.79 million in...

  • PARIS/ SINGAPORE, Jan 5- Chicago wheat edged higher on Tuesday, rebounding after the most active contract slid to a five-year low in the previous session on concerns over global demand growth, notably from China. "China is a big concern, everyone is more bearish on commodities," said an agricultural commodities analyst in Australia. Chicago agricultural futures...

  • BRUSSELS/ FRANKFURT, Jan 5- Euro zone core inflation slowed for the second month in a row in December, a big headache for the European Central Bank, which has printed hundreds of billions of euros to kick-start price growth with little to show for it. Meanwhile core inflation, closely watched by policy hawks like Germany's Bundesbank, eased to 0.8 percent from 0.9...

  • *China injects $20 billion after Monday's selloff. LONDON, Jan 5- World stocks inched up from 2-1/ 2- month lows on Tuesday as China pumped in an estimated $20 billion to stabilise its equity and currency markets, which recorded the worst opening day's trade in years in the previous session. "China's actions are certainly positive at the margin... but overall the risk...

  • LONDON, Jan 5- The euro fell towards a one-month low against the dollar on Tuesday, as risk appetite stabilized following a volatile Monday when weak Chinese data and a breakdown in relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran prompted a stock market sell-off. But world stocks inched off 2-1/ 2 month lows on Tuesday as China pumped in an estimated $20 billion to...

  • *Saudi Arabia cuts ties with Iran, China data disappoints. NEW YORK/ LONDON, Jan 4- Gold rallied 2 percent to a four-week high on Monday, buoyed by rising tensions in the Middle East and a sharp drop in stocks following weak Chinese data that fueled concerns over global growth. "The main driver here is the tension between Saudi Arabia and Iran, and the escalating...

  • *Chinese activity shrinks for 10th month in Dec. BENGALURU/ NEW YORK, Jan 4- The global economy finished last year on a fragile footing, with factory activity in China shrinking for the 10th month running in December, while euro zone manufacturing picked up but U.S. activity slowed. Coming on a day of volatility in Asian stock markets after China's central bank fixed...

  • *Saudi Arabia cuts ties with Iran, China data disappoints. LONDON, Jan 4- Gold rallied 2 percent on Monday, buoyed by rising tensions in the Middle East and a sharp drop in stocks following weak Chinese data that fueled concerns over global growth. The metal rallied along with oil, up 2.4 percent, after Saudi Arabia cut diplomatic ties with Iran after Iranian...