European stocks ended sharply lower on Thursday, as bank and commodity stocks sold off and investors remained jittery over the global economy's health.
CNBC takes a look at Europe's largest banks in the region by market capitalization and considers what, if anything, you need to worry about.
European equities ended Wednesday's trade sharply higher, as sentiment was boosted by a rally in banks and remarks from Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
European stocks slid to close sharply lower as investors remained pessimistic on global economic growth prospects.
CNBC highlights the different warning signals from the region that have accentuated a wall of worry that has spread across the globe.
European equities closed firmly in the red on Wednesday; as a sharp rise in oil prices failed to relieve stress from the markets.
European markets finished lower on Monday, as another fall in China's factory activity and a slide in oil prices troubled investors.
2016 is proving a difficult year for European banks, as the industry grapples with nonperforming loans, rocky markets, increasing regulation and EM volatility.
European equities closed higher on Friday after the Bank of Japan surprised global markets by adopting negative interest rates for the first time.
European stocks finished sharply higher on Thursday, as investors cheered the latest European Central Bank news.
European stocks ended sharply lower on Wednesday, as a sharp drop in oil prices added pressure to equities in all sectors.
European stocks posted strong gains by Tuesday's close, helping by positive trade in Asia and a rebound in mining stocks.
Banks including UniCredit say the European Central Bank has asked for data on their bad loan portfolios.
European equities came off session highs to close mixed on Wednesday, amid renewed pressure on oil prices and a lower trading session in the U.S.
European markets suffered a tumultuous day on Friday, after the Federal Reserve's decision to hold interest rates fanned investor worries.
Europe closed lower on Monday, after Greeks voted "no" to creditors' reform proposals and Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis resigned.
European markets closed higher on reports that the ECB is set to buy around 50 billion euros per month of government bonds for around a year.
Italian business leaders told CNBC that banking reforms could help strengthen Italy's sclerotic banking system as a whole.
European equities closed largely higher on Monday, as investors look ahead to Thursday's European Central Bank meeting.
Europe shares extended losses on Friday, tracking declines on Wall Street.