|Day Low/High||2.95 / 2.97|
|52 Wk Low/High||2.47 / 4.85|
Stocks were up ahead of the Fed announcement.
Emerging clarity on the Brexit conditions reveals opportunities.
Miners, oil producers up; M&S, Lloyds, RBS down
Analysts downgrade RBS to sell from hold and Lloyds to hold from buy.
Bank stocks continue to rise across Europe on consolidation hopes.
Commerzbank gains on Deutsche Bank merger rumors.
Analysts believe Lloyds stock has 15% upside potential. I wouldn't bet on that.
Analysts believe the stock has 15% upside potential. I wouldn't bet on that.
Cramer says he doesn't understand the obsession some investors have with the Federal Reserve. Forget the Fed.
Mining stocks pull down London's benchmark index.
Fitch says competition review could mean slow "erosion" of profits for U.K. banks.
The Silver Point and Perry Capital portfolio investment continued to deleverage in the first half of 2016, but growth in operating income was driven by one-offs.
U.K. bank stocks retreat as the Bank of England recedes from view.
The Big 6 U.K. bank will focus on regulatory challenges following the Brexit vote.
Lloyds emerges as the clear winner in the U.K., while on mainland Europe UBS pulls further ahead of Credit Suisse despite return on equity niggles.
The Competition and Markets Authority calls for banks to adopt a new digital service and limit overdraft fees.
German industrial output growth for June beats forecasts, while a Bank of France survey points to a French third-quarter economic rebound.
To boldly go: the bank's asset management unit sees value in European bank bonds.
The central bank cut interest rates to 0.25% and introduced measures to prop up the post-Brexit economy.
The central bank slices a quarter of a point from the benchmark rate as it lifts its quantitative easing program.
The pound falls 0.2% against the dollar ahead of the U.K. central bank's expected quarter-point rate cut.
The regulator forecasts a later-than-expected 2019 cutoff point for consumers seeking compensation for 'mis-sold' payment protection insurance.
Results announcements include Anglo American, Lloyds, Adidas, Renault, Volkswagen.
Rolls Royce surges 15% in London after reporting a small profit, and revenue ahead of forecast..
A bumper day for company earnings buoys Europe's benchmark indices.
The company beats first-half expectations though offers a smaller-than-expected dividend.
Expect a barrage of key indicators and earnings from companies including Deutsche Bank, LVMH, Diageo and AB InBev.