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Europe's manufacturing sector shrugs off Brexit vote.
Fitch says competition review could mean slow "erosion" of profits for U.K. banks.
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ABN Amro shares rise by 5% after strong second-quarter results.
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.
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Italian banks Mediobanca and UniCredit post strong gains.
The abandoned spinoff of Williams & Glyn highlights the once-sprawling bank's continued complexity.
Stock futures were rising on Friday as investors digest a strong jobs report and positive earnings from Kraft Heinz and LinkedIn.
Shares in the Edinburgh bank fall more than 5%.
U.S. stock futures point to markets opening up.
The U.K. lender says the Brexit vote may make it more difficult to reach targets, including for non-core asset reduction.
The central bank cut interest rates to 0.25% and introduced measures to prop up the post-Brexit economy.
News on bad-loan writedowns and commentary about the post-Brexit vote outlook will come under the spotlight.
The central bank slices a quarter of a point from the benchmark rate as it lifts its quantitative easing program.
The FTSE surges, the pound falls more than 1.5% against major currencies and 10-year U.K. government bond yields tumble.
Investors brace for the first cut - or change - in central bank interest rates in more than seven years.
The pound falls 0.2% against the dollar ahead of the U.K. central bank's expected quarter-point rate cut.
Investors cautious ahead of tomorrow’s Bank of England rate decision.
The U.K. lender holds out the prospect of a second payout to investors with cash from its U.S. division.
Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse tumble on their ouster from the Stoxx Europe 50 index, while Italian lenders Monte dei Paschi and UniCredit post steep declines.
The regulator forecasts a later-than-expected 2019 cutoff point for consumers seeking compensation for 'mis-sold' payment protection insurance.