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A production cut pushes beleaguered producers and services firms higher.
Investors begin to fret over the outcome of Italy's referendum on Dec. 4.
Jim Cramer ponders how this market simply can't stay down and also discusses how it isn't too late to get in.
Capital and litigation concerns will continue to weigh on the German bank, while Paris-based Natixis remains a beneficiary of a stronger dollar, the analysts say.
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.
The U.K. government has reduced its stake in rescued lender Lloyds Banking Group to less than 8%
J.P. Morgan pays $264 million penalty over a common Asian practice.
The path Donald Trump is currently on would represent an unprecedented conflict of interest in the presidency.
Jim Cramer ponders the state of bank stocks when even Wells Fargo gains and also discusses Trump and fossil fuels.
The euro slips further against the dollar on the suggestion of a prolonged era of ultra-low, and negative, rates.
Deutsche Asset Management (Deutsche AM) today announced key leadership appointments to DBX ETF Trust, which governs the Deutsche X-trackers Exchange Traded Funds (ETF) franchise in the US.
Britain's majority state-owned bank faces a fine of anywhere between $5 billion and $12 billion, according to official in charge of the government's bank bailout holdings.
A bloodbath in real estate and bank stocks sinks London markets as airlines and industrials weigh on Europe.
Speculation about regulatory action from the European Commission shows the litigation threat is alive and well.
European stocks added cautious gains Tuesday amid a mixed picture for growth and inflation around the region.
The JP Morgan CEO's 'statement' buy in February was just one of many signs that bank stocks are cheap.
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.
If this economic theory is correct, the global economy could be in for a few more lean years.
Jim Cramer ponders this market, which sellers can't keep up with and which can't resist FANG.
European markets fall at the last hurdle but round off a strong week, with Trump concerns now abating.
Deutsche Bank shares have risen more than 45% since the start of Q3, but the lender's ties to Trump are raising questions, too.