European equities closed higher on Wednesday, ending a six-day downward trend, on hopes of further assistance for Greece.» Read More
For the first time since its financial crisis, Europe is carrying out stress tests that could force change at banks with strong political connections.
The Finnish central bank governor told CNBC that the ECB stands ready to take further measures if required.
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European stocks closed lower, after fluctuating for much of the day, as investors reacted to rate decisions by the BoE and the ECB.
Commerzbank said it is speeding up the clean up of non-core assets as it posted an increase in second-quarter earnings.
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.
India is cracking down on a new gold smuggling tactic that could accelerate a flood of illegal imports of the precious metal into the country.
U.K. authorities have announced plans to hit misbehaving bankers in the pocket, and could potentially demand the repayment of seven-year-old bonuses.
European stocks ended the day lower with peripheral stocks leading the declines, as Portugal's PSI 20 Index fell over 4 percent.
Commerzbank may pay between $600 and $800 million to resolve investigations into its dealings with countries under U.S. sanctions, sources said.
BNP pleaded guilty to conspiring to violate U.S. sanctions, as part of a nearly $9 billion settlement in which it admitted to breaking embargoes.
After languishing as stocks reached record highs, the VIX has sprung back to life—bringing with it a dose of fear for the stock market.
European shares ended the day lower, dragged down by banking stocks amid reports that more lenders had begun settlement talks with U.S. authorities.
Although hopes are high as the second quarter earnings roll out, revenue growth looms as a potential problem.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. authorities have begun settlement talks with Commerzbank over its dealings with blacklisted countries, the New York Times reports.
Shares of Bulgaria's First Investment Bank fell more than 20 percent on Friday, as the central bank warned of an attempt to destabilise the country through an organised attack on the banking system.
Crude ended the session mixed, as traders watched developments in Iraq and awaited U.S. oil inventory data.
Retail sales missed expectations, and state unemployment benefits claims climbed higher than expected.
Subdued euro zone inflation data kept expectations of aggressive European Central Bank monetary stimulus alive, much of which is priced in.