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JPMorgan Chase, Credit Agricole and HSBC were fined some $521 million by the European Commission for rigging benchmark European interest rates, the Euribor.
U.S. stock futures rise following another record close for the Dow Jones Industrial Average; Pfizer is fined $107 million for hiking the price of an epilepsy drug.
JPMorgan will pay a $360 million fine for colluding in the setting of benchmark European interest rates.
Fading risks emanating from Italy boosted investor sentiment for a second day.
Deutsche Bank rises more than 7% in Frankfurt as European banks book solid gains.
A production cut pushes beleaguered producers and services firms higher.
Royal Bank of Scotland's stress-test failure marks another twist in a long and winding road to recovery for the beleaguered lender.
RBS misses both key targets in Bank of England tests, says it must "do more" to restore resilience.
The Bank of England will release stress results for some of the biggest UK banks on Thursday.
J.P. Morgan pays $264 million penalty over a common Asian practice.
The financial sector is exploding higher in November--but some are better positioned for upside than others in the final stretch of 2016.
In support of celebrations worldwide of female entrepreneurs, HSBC Private Bank is releasing a feature video of inspiring female business owners recounting their personal stories to entrepreneurial success.
RBS has tied up with Iwoca and other alternative lenders to refer customers.
Speculation about regulatory action from the European Commission shows the litigation threat is alive and well.
The Sydney benchmark rises 3.8% on the week as National Australia Bank leads the sector higher.
Wall Street runs at two speeds as a rally in financials sent the Dow Jones Industrial Average to close at records, while a selloff in tech sank the Nasdaq.
Wall Street remains divided on Thursday as investors try to gauge the types of policies president-elect Donald Trump could enact.
BHP and Rio Tinto gain as iron ore rises on excitement about the President-Elect's plan to ramp up infrastructure spending.
The prospect of a trade spat with China puts HSBC in the spotlight as Deutsche Bank wilts on regulation worries.
European stocks extended gains Monday as investors increased bets on a U.S. Presidential election win for Hillary Clinton.
European markets react strongly to FBI's climbdown on Clinton investigation in the final hours of U.S. Presidential campaign, with DJIA futures pointing to 230 point gain.
HSBC boosted its common Tier 1 equity ratio to a 13.9% capital base and saw its cost-to-income ratio improve significantly in the third quarter.
HSBC gains in Hong Kong after third-quarter figures showed better-than-expected capital strength, while real estate stocks decline on news of slumping Chinese new home sales.
As evidence mounts that Germany is shouldering the eurozone growth burden, investors will be scrutinizing data from France and Italy.
Forget about the weak S&P performance, the latest rate hike decision and the presidential election for a moment -- some big stocks are actually breaking out this week.
American consumers prioritize risk-taking, adventure and living an exciting life when it comes to making purchases, according to global research by HSBC.
MasterCard's strategic direction seems to be paying off as the company reported strong earnings and revenue numbers. The only risks that can slow its growth are out of its hands.
Here's your 'silver linings playbook' for what promises to be a nerve-wracking week of unpredictable politics, mixed corporate earnings and volatile energy prices.
Political anxiety, weak earnings and the dread of rising interest rates are weighing on markets. Here's how to protect your portfolio.
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