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European shares closed marginally higher on Wednesday, after a bumpy day of trading, as investors looked ahead to the Fed's policy statement.
Europe's stock markets closed lower after a closely-watched German economic report came in weaker than expected.
ECB cautions against speculation over the outcome of its stress tests after a report on failed health checks.
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European shares closed lower for the seventh time in eight sessions on Friday. Geopolitical tensions continued to rattle investors' nerves.
European stocks closed lower, after fluctuating for much of the day, as investors reacted to rate decisions by the BoE and the ECB.
European shares closed lower on Wednesday, having failed to find any real momentum during the session.
Monte dei Paschi's Deputy CEO said he is optimistic that its massive rights issue will be enough to bolster the troubled lender's finances.
European shares started the week on a positive note, closing higher, as U.S. stocks advanced near record high territory.
European shares closed lower on Wednesday as investors reacted to a slew of earnings news and data released in the euro zone.
ABN Amro broke most banking stereotypes when its chairman dressed up in drag and masqueraded as a brothel owner at a corporate event.
A delay to vital fundraising at Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena has increased the risk that the bank has to be nationalized.
The top investor in Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena looked set to force a delay in a 3-billion euro capital hike the Italian lender needs to carry out.
European equities closed higher for a fourth consecutive session on Monday, as upbeat U.S. sentiment data buoyed investors' spirits.
European equities closed higher on Monday, still posting gains after a rally on U.S. jobs data last Friday.
The board of troubled Italian lender Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena has approved a rights issue of up to $4.1 billion.
The restructuring of Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena is essential if the bank is to continue to operate independently, its chief executive told CNBC,
European shares closed lower on Monday as the partial government shutdown in the U.S. continued, and as investors worried that the impasse could lead to the country defaulting on its debt.
The restructuring of Europe's banks will be positive in the end, the head of Italy's main stock exchange told CNBC on Monday.
Trouble at the top in Italy is not confined to its politicians.