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Stock futures rocket higher on Monday after centrist Emmanuel Macron wins the first round of the country's presidential elections over far-right Marine Le Pen.
European banks posted significant early gains Monday amid as investors reacted to Sunday's presidential elections in France and the prospect of a second round win for centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron.
European stocks are surging and the Dow is slated to open more than 200 points higher following a solid win for centrist Emmanuel Macron in Sunday's French presidential elections.
French stocks surged more than 200 points at the start of trading Monday while equities around Europe posted significant early gains after the first round of the country's presidential elections.
The penalties are tied to 'unsafe and unsound' practices in the foreign exchange markets.
Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft ("Deutsche Bank") announced today an offer to exchange up to $4,500,000,000 aggregate principal amount of its outstanding 4.
Deutsche Bank today announced further investment in Global Markets Americas with the hiring of Lori Arndt as Global Head of Client Strategy in Equities, in addition to the hiring of other senior staff in New York.
European bank stocks led markets lower Thursday, ahead of key financial sector earnings in the United States, as global interest rate markets retreated amid eroding risk sentiment.
Donald Trump has personal loans totaling $340 million with the bank.
A heavy presence of gold miners helped British stocks keep out of the red on Tuesday while banks and politics weighed elsewhere.
Commodity exposure drove London higher, Paris broke even and Frankfurt dipped
Bank of England governor Mark Carney on Friday gave financial firms working across European borders until July 14 to come up with a plan.
The German lender is reported to have seen strong demand for the discounted shares offered as part of its capital increase
London benchmarks rise on commodity exposure while Paris and Frankfurt pare losses.
The tech industry's biggest IPO in years looks like a bum stock a month later. Investors should stay away.
A victory for centrist and left-leaning candidates helped put uninspiring economic data and concerns over President Donald Trump's forthcoming meeting with China's president into the shade.
Benchmarks were higher on Tuesday following strong gains among commodity, consumer and airline stocks
Deutsche Bank shares extended their recent run of declines Tuesday as investors reset expectations for Germany's biggest lender as it seeks to raise $8.6 billion to support its balance sheet.
Technical damage since that market peak may have lasting implications.
This is your round-up of the financial news from around the world.
European stocks are trading cautiously lower, while bonds are rallying, ahead of a key meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Xi Jinping of China later this week.
Markets were buoyant throughout much of the session but turned sharply lower after terror struck the subway system in St Petersburg
Goldman shares are vulnerable and modern banks are uninvestable, according to Berenberg, which advises dumping at least sixteen of Europe's lenders as well as the heaviest weight on the Dow.
European banks were under pressure Monday as investors trimmed bets on the bigger names in the sector amid slowing inflation dynamics in the region.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses consumer optimism and European equity enthusiasm.
European stocks slipped into negative territory by midday Thursday as softer inflation data in Germany and Spain weakened the euro and concerns over the strident tone of Brexit negotiations.
Banks and other institutions from the U.S and further afield arguably face the greatest difficulty.