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The pound falls to a new 31-year low and government bond yields decline.
Germany's biggest lender is struggling to delever and Brexit hasn't helped.
Insurers and banks boost markets around Europe as polls suggest the 'remain' camp is gaining ground.
The pound rises against the dollar as support for continued U.K. membership of the European Union grows before Thursday's referendum.
Cornered from every side, Europe's banks quietly revolt.
First quarter performances from Europe's banks appear to offer little support to the investment case for the sector
Lufthansa loses altitude, while Commerzbank slips and Hugo Boss promises to close stores after first-quarter misery.
European stocks eked out small gains after China made good on yesterday's promise of a more stable currency. The Greek parliament voted in favor of the austerity package.
European markets were mixed on Monday amid another corporate earnings blast, while Greek stocks tumbled on the first trading day after a five-week shutdown.
Global markets were in turmoil this morning as they took their first opportunity to react to the announced Greek referendum on austerity measures and Sunday's announcements of capital controls.
European stock markets were little changed after steep losses on Tuesday, with better-than-expected earnings releases from some major companies limiting further declines.
European stock indices made a strong start to the second quarter on Wednesday after positive data on the manufacturing sector overcame initial weakness. Banks were gaining.
European stock indices edged higher on Tuesday after a volatile day in Asia, as gauges showed private-sector strength in Germany and the eurozone offset weak Chinese data.
U.S. stock futures are down slightly on Friday, as investors anticipate consumer sentiment data and next week's Federal Reserve Open Market Committee meeting.
European stock indices held recent gains on Friday, aided by expectations that the weak euro will help exporters and hopes that the U.S. Fed might postpone rate rises.
European stocks are bleeding red again on Friday amid flat eurozone industrial production and a lower forecast for global oil demand in 2015.
European stocks are slipping after 25 banks failed stress tests by the European Central Bank.
the German lender is expected to pay between $600 million and $800 million to resolve investigations into its dealings with Iran and other countries under U.S. sanctions.
Deutsche Bank (DB) shares are down following reports that it is negotiating a settlement with U.S. regulators over money laundering accusations.
Shares of Societe Generale (SCGLY) are up after the Paris-based bank denied having any interest in acquiring Commerzbank (CRZBY).Bilanzyesterday that the bank and Spain's Santander SAN were considering a merger, Reuters reports.
Shares of Commerzbank (CRZBY) are up on a report that France's Societe Generale (SCGLY) and Spain's Santander (SAN) are each considering a tie-up with the German bank.
Maybe the corner's been turned -- or maybe not -- but you might want to hang on to your shares for an eventual recover.
European bank stocks were mixed after Eurozone leaders agreed that the European Central Bank would begin regulating many of the continent's most important banks, beginning in March.
Three years as one of the worst stock markets doesn't mean Germany's troubles are over.
But with merger talks over, both institutions could become bit players in Europe.
A number of major investors are looking to carve up the bank should the merger talks fail.
Commerzbank's online brokerage unit may be setting hopes a bit high for this market.