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European stocks fell again Thursday as investors shifted focus to the latest global bond market selloff amid sharp oil price increases.
Deutsche Bank outperformed European lenders Thursday as investors bet on softer regulation from the new U.S. Treasury Secretary.
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.
Speculation about regulatory action from the European Commission shows the litigation threat is alive and well.
European bond markets hit hard as traders brace for inflation rise, blunting two-day 'Trump rally'.
U.S. stocks moved higher Thursday's as investors enjoyed a second day rally on the heels of Donald Trump's presidential election.
Shares of European banking stocks, including Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank moved sharply higher Thursday, buoyed by Donald Trump's presidential election.
The U.S. President-Elect's tax and stimulus aims have boosted stocks in Europe as investors place bets on extended Trump Rally.
Shares of Credit Suisse were lower Thursday after the Switzerland-based lender added to its litigation reserves in the third quarter.
Facebook's ad sales outlook scares investors, while Chesapeake Energy posts a surprise profit.
The pound surges to a one-month high after a U.K. ruling deals a hammer blow to the government's Brexit ambitions.
U.S. stock futures point to a mixed start for Wall Street on election jitters; Facebook falls following comments from CFO Dave Wehner about the social networking giant's 2017 performance.
Credit Suisse posts surprise third-quarter profit and follows Deutsche Bank in adding to litigation reserves.
On Thursday, November 3, investors will get quarterly results from Starbucks and Credit Suisse.
Risk takers might be interested players, especially on dips.
More insight on the impact of Brexit will come with the Bank of England's inflation report, which will likely be accompanied by news of status quo on rates.
The U.K. currency falls to its lowest intra-day level since the Oct. 7 'flash crash' before testimony from Bank of England Governor Mark Carney.
Shareholders will also strain for information on the post-Brexit outlook at the Edinburgh lender.
U.S. stock futures are rising ahead of earnings from Apple, General Motors and Under Armour; Netflix CEO Reed Hastings offers his qualified support of AT&T's deal to buy Time Warner.
With a threatened $14 billion fine for sub-prime related abuses still hanging over it, Deutsche Bank's third-quarter earnings report may include plans to cut its U.S. presence.
Shares in the sector fall on the prospect of more uncertainty for Deutsche Bank and others.