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  • UBS CEO Sergio Ermotti told CNBC the Swiss bank may consider moving parts of its London branch to several European destinations over the next few months.

  • Former Chief Executive of Barclays John Varley (C) arrives at Westminster Magistrates Court on July 3, 2017 in London, England. Mr Varley today appears with three other former executives of Barclays in relation to a Serious Fraud Office investigation over the way the bank raised billions of pounds from Qatar in 2008.

    Four former top Barclays executives appeared in court in London on Monday to face charges that they conspired to commit fraud during the bank's 12 billion pound ($15.56 billion) emergency fundraising in 2008.

  • Fed clears capital plans for all 34 banks

    Gerard Cassidy banking analyst at RBC Capital Markets says the banking system has not been this healthy in decades.

  • Federal Reserve Bank

    The Fed appears to have gone soft on U.S. banks after the regulator opted to clear every major lender in its latest annual review, according to former Federal Reserve official Carl Tannenbaum.

  • Pedestrians walk past the Federal Reserve building in Washington.

    The next at least three years are going to be a period of catch up on bank payouts, said Tom Brown. Bill Smead called the news "very exciting."

  • A real pricing power in regional banks: Marinac

    Marty Mosby, Vining Sparks, and Chris Marinac, Fig Partners, debate whether to invest in regional banks or bigger banks ahead of the stress test results.

  • The European Commission ended months of speculation over whether Italy would be able to bypass regulations preventing state bailouts of banks by granting approval for the deal. On Sunday, Italy began winding up two failed regional banks in a deal that could cost the state up to 17 billion euros. The rescue will see the lenders' good assets go to Italy's biggest...

  • BERLIN, June 26- Germany made clear on Monday it did not approve of the Italian government's decision to begin winding down two failed banks and urged the European Commission, which approved the deal, to enforce rules requiring state aid to be limited to a minimum. Italy started winding down two failed regional banks on Sunday in a deal that could cost the state up...

  • BERLIN, June 26- Germany made clear on Monday it did not approve of the Italian government's decision to begin winding down two failed banks and urged the European Commission, which approved the deal, to enforce rules requiring state aid to be limited to a minimum. Italy started winding down two failed regional banks on Sunday in a deal that could cost the state up...

  • Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank.

    The time is right for the ECB to start normalizing interest rates, senior executives from two of Europe's leading regional banks told CNBC on Monday.

  • *Banks rise as Italy solves Veneto banks crisis. MILAN, June 26- European shares rose on Monday as banks rallied after Italy reached a deal to wind up two failed regional banks and Nestle climbed to a new record after an activist investor urged changes at the consumer bellwether. Italy began winding up two failed Veneto region banks on Sunday in a deal that could...

  • MILAN, June 26- European shares got off to a firm start to the week on Monday as banks rallied after Italy reached a deal on two failed regional banks and consumer bellwether Nestle hit a record high after becoming the next target of activist investor Third Point. Italy began winding up two failed regional banks on Sunday in a deal that could cost Rome up to 17...

  • ATM cash machines outside a branch of the Royal Bank of Scotland in Edinburgh.

    British lender Royal Bank of Scotland is planning to cut 443 jobs dealing with business loans and many of them will move to India, the bank said.

  • MILAN, June 26- Intesa Sanpaolo said on Monday its planned acquisition of the good assets of Banca Popolare di Vicenza and Veneto Banca could lead to the closure of around 600 branches and the departure, on a voluntary basis, of around 3,900 staff. Italy began winding up the two failed regional banks on Sunday in a deal that could cost the state up to 17 billion euros...

  • *Intesa says Veneto banks crisis would have hit whole industry. MILAN/ ROME, June 25- Italy began winding up two failed regional banks on Sunday in a deal that could cost the state up to 17 billion euros and will leave the lenders' good assets in the hands of the nation's biggest retail bank, Intesa Sanpaolo. The deal, approved by the European Commission, allows Italy to...

  • SHANGHAI, June 23- China's yuan softened against the U.S. dollar on Friday and is set for its worst week in more than three months, dampened by weaker guidance and rising corporate demand for the greenback. The People's Bank of China set the midpoint rate at 6.8238 per dollar prior to market open, the weakest since May 31, softer than the previous fix 6.8197.

  • An EU extension to sanctions against Moscow could lead to a new arms race, according to the chief executive of Russia's VTB Bank.

  • A combination photo shows, left to right, Thomas Kalaris, former chief executive officer of Barclays Wealth, Roger Jenkins.

    Barclays and four former senior executives have been criminally charged in a high-profile UK investigation into undisclosed payments to Qatari investors.

  • What's working: Upside potential in banks

    A mix of big and small banks can be in the mix, says Gerard Cassidy, RBC Capital Markets, providing insight to opportunities in bank stocks.

  • A cyclist rides past the Swiss National Bank's headquarters in Bern, Switzerland.

    The Swiss National Bank maintained its ultra-loose monetary policy on Thursday in a bid to reduce upward pressure on the strong Swiss franc.