European stocks traded slightly lower on Wednesday but banking stocks rallied as investors digest some more earnings and a fall in the oil price.
France is more vulnerable to business disruption than emerging markets like South Africa, Argentina, Brazil — and even Afghanistan, says a new report.
Commerzbank CFO, Stephan Engels says the German lender is one of the least-risky bank stocks, when talking about market performance and stress tests.
After Commerzbank cut its full-year net profit target for 2016, the bank’s CFO, Stephan Engels, talks about the outlook for the lender in the coming two quarters.
Commerzbank CFO, Stephan Engels, talks about the uncertainty surrounding Brexit and the impact of the low interest rate environment.
When looking at financial markets, why are German banks underperforming fellow banks in the euro zone? Commerzbank CFO, Stephan Engels weighs in.
Our live blog tracked the latest as smartphone giant Samsung launched Galaxy Note 7 - a large-screen 'phablet' with a stylus pen.
German lender Commerzbank has warned investors that earnings will drop in 2016, due to hesitant customers and the negative rates impact. CNBC’s Annette Weisbach reports.
Italian Prime Minister, Matteo Renzi, told CNBC that while he doesn’t agree with Europe’s current bail-in legislation, he does respect it.
Valentin Marinov, managing director and head of G10 FX research at Credit Agricole, gives his expectations of what the Bank of England will do.
European stocks opened lower on Tuesday following negative sentiment in Asian trade and Wall Street on Monday.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi discusses Brexit and says he will work with Francois Hollande and Angela Merkel to reduce skepticism in Europe.
The integrity of the eurozone is at risk after Brexit, said JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon.
U.K. firms may still be getting to grips with what a post-Brexit world looks like, but its workers are just as concerned about the future.
Amundi has announced a solid set of first half results. Amundi CEO, Yves Perrier discusses the key highlights with comment on its AUM target of 1 trillion euros.
European banks are much better-placed to cope with serious economic shock, according to recent stress tests. CNBC’s Julia Chatterley reports.
Julien Jarmoszko, equity research manager at S&P Global Market Intelligence, talks about what BMPS needs to do now to improve itself, in light of the recent stress tests.
Alex Dryden, global market strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, says European banks are stuck in a “triangle of trouble”, where regulation, overbanking and negative interest rates are eroding their profitability.
Our live blog tracked market reactions as global stocks struggled for gains ahead of a raft of data, earnings and central bank events this week.
Gunter Dunkel, CEO of Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale, explains what the market has learned from the recent stress tests of European banks.
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