|Day Low/High||8.46 / 8.56|
|52 Wk Low/High||5.83 / 9.54|
European stocks were little changed Friday in thin volumes as investors remain cautions in advance of the inauguration speech from President-elect Donald Trump.
The emerging market bank has doubled down on shipping.
European stock markets ended in the red Monday as Brexit concerns and comments President-elect Donald Trump fuelled a risk-off narrative.
The banking sector was the biggest source of gains while a recovery in the automotive sector helped to boost markets.
With political risk back on the agenda, stocks were broadly lower throughout much of the morning before a commodity rally pushed British stocks higher.
A pending Brexit from the single market and questions over the EU's survival put politics back on the agenda.
The DOJ settlement is half the amount originally leaked, so the bank could be out of the woods.
A resurgent banking sector leads markets higher as investors continue to react to the Fed's latest move.
The European Central Bank cut and extended quantitative easing at the same time, while the Supreme Court battle drew to a close in the U.K.
Reports of a state bailout for Monte dei Paschi and hopes of continued ECB easing lift European stocks.
European markets are trading higher as investors bet on a bank rescue plan in Italy.
Germany's benchmark stock index hit a 52-week high Wednesday as banks powered gains on hopes of a rescue for failing Italian lender Banca Monte dei Paschi di Sienna.
A production cut pushes beleaguered producers and services firms higher.
Investors begin to fret over the outcome of Italy's referendum on Dec. 4.
European stocks ended Wednesday in the red, despite solid regional data, as the U.S. rally paused ahead of Thanksgiving holidays.
European stocks are trading cautiously at the open ahead of a key budget statement from U.K. Finance Minister Philip Hammond.
The European Commission has recommend new rules for EU and foreign lenders that could lead to new capital raising.
European stocks began a second week of gains as investors continue to place bets on a global reflation trade following Donald Trump's surprising U.S. election victory.
Deutsche Bank CEO Cryan will take center stage at a Frankfurt conference.
European shares fell across the board in opening trade as global equity markets take cautions stance ahead of U.S. elections.
Commerzbank posted a smaller-than-expected third-quarter loss as its restructuring effort hits the bottom line.
Steep losses for oil, earnings aftershocks and another Clinton investigation leave markets reeling.
London's FTSE 100 leads the decline across Europe as stocks and bonds fall on inflation fears.
Media reports continue to drive share gains, but legal issues remain key to a sustained advance.
Weak trade data from China sparks renewed concern over the global economy, while revived jitters over Brexit reverberate across Europe.
Positive German trade figures and a closely watched indicator of euro zone investor confidence paint a brighter picture of the post-Brexit-vote economy.