Elisabeth Rudman, head of European financial institutions group at DBRS, says the challenge in Europe and for the Portuguese banks is raising additional capital.
Greater regulation will lead to healthier growth long-term, says Tang Ning, founder & CEO at CreditEase.
Financial advisors say that most of their clients are confused about the ins and outs and associated costs of credit.
When Wall Street reports earnings, investors and analysts will focus on loan growth, expenses and capital markets activity.
Max Levchin, Affirm Co-Founder & CEO and PayPal Co-Founder, discusses his company's new online lending platform and his views on millennial financial behavior.
Goldman Sachs will begin lending money to regular people Thursday, after almost 150 years of avoiding them like the plague, Buzzfeed reports.
Deutsche Bank pays more to borrow from other banks than its peers including stragglers in Greece and Italy, Euribor data showed.
John Flavell, CEO at Mortgage Choice, explains how a lack of stock distorts the Australian residential property market.
At the second presidential debate, Republican candidate Donald Trump refutes allegations of ties with Russia from opponent Hillary Clinton.
CARACAS, Oct 7- Spain's Repsol is providing a credit line of up to $1.2 billion to boost oil output at a joint venture it runs with Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA, the companies announced on Friday. "Today we've achieved, after very long conversations, a financing deal that will allow us to double production," said PDVSA President Eulogio Del Pino after a signing...
Australia's big four banks have been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons in the past year.
William Emerson, Quicken Loans CEO, discusses the impact of the Fed's next move on the housing market and the revival of downtown Detroit.
The judge ruled consumers of Tucker's payday loan businesses were harmed because of misleading loan terms.
Hans Joerg Schelling, Austria's finance minster, weighs in on the banking environment in Europe.
Giorgos Stathakis, Greek economy minister, discusses his government's relationship with its central bank.
Fairholme Capital Management's Bruce Berkowitz comments on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. He's a preferred shareholder with Fannie Mae.
Toxic loans in the Chinese financial system could be 10 times as high as official estimates suggest, Fitch Ratings has warned.
Fitch Ratings' Sabine Bauer says Hong Kong banks face growing risks by lending across the border and by having exposure tied to China's yuan volatility.
Sept 19- Accessories retailer Claire's Stores Inc, owned by Apollo Global Management LLC, said it was in advanced talks with a lender to allow its debt exchange program to proceed and release much-needed cash. The retailer said the lender related to its Europe credit facility waived declaring a default related to its fixed charge cover ratio covenant,...
Most of the loans are not coming from Chinese firms, who just don't want to borrow because they don't see any demand, says IMA Asia's Richard Martin.