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These 13 stocks could see more pain than gain if interest rates are cut Thursday.
The scandal surrounding Malaysia's sovereign wealth fund 1MDB roped in three major banks not long after the U.S. Justice Dept. filed to seize $1 billion in the fund's U.S. assets.
Bank of England defies market expectations and keeps rate at 0.5%; expects easing in August.
Here are some British stocks to consider. But don't buy now, wait for them to come lower.
ECB president Mario Draghi said that growth in euro area will be muted for the time being.
Investors bid up Statoil and Total following better-than-expected first-quarter results.
BP, Standard Chartered drive up the London bourse.
Standard Chartered swings back into the black but declining revenue suggests its recovery could yet stall.
Shell leads decliners of major energy stocks after disappointment in Doha talks.
European stocks decline on Thursday in the wake of losses in Asia and a mounting chorus of hawkish commentary from Federal Reserve members.
European markets rise Friday, as the implications of the European Central Bank's negative interest rate and quantitative easing announcements continue to sink in.
European and Asian stocks drop on Monday, as the G-20 group of leading economies meeting in Shanghai disappoints with vague agreements to spur growth and avoid competitive devaluations.
European markets follow Asia lower on Wednesday as oil prices dip, with commodities and energy stocks leading declines.
The two banks are squeezed between two kinds of uncertainty.
European stocks fall on Tuesday following a predominantly gloomy day in Asia and disappointing results from several heavy hitters.
European stocks slid back on Wednesday after oil prices resumed their descent, dampening spirits momentarily raised by robust U.S. consumer and house-price data on Tuesday.
European stocks are mixed on Tuesday as good news on the eurozone economy punctures the most optimistic expectations for a bumper package of central bank stimuli later this week.
European stock indices edge lower on Tuesday following a mixed day in Asia even as a European Central Bank report signaled its benign monetary regime would continue.
European stock markets rose on Monday, encouraged by progress on the Greek debt crisis and news of a potential transaction between fertilizer makers CF Industries Holdings and OCI.
A dramatic fall in Chinese stocks over the past two weeks points to more than a technical correction, but investors hesitate to call it a sustained bear market.
Although some see signs that the Chinese stock market bubble has burst, some experts suspect a particularly strong market correction fueled by regulatory issues.
European stock indices edged higher on Wednesday, recovering from three-month lows, as reports stoked hopes that Greece may yet reach a debt deal. Bayer is selling its diabetes care business.
European stock markets fell ahead of a U.S. Federal Reserve rate-setting meeting and as figures showed U.K. economic growth slowed more than expected in the first quarter.
European markets edged lower on Monday after Friday's record highs, in part over continued worries that Greece will fail to reach a deal with the eurozone over its rescue plan.
European stocks were mixed Wednesday as investors thought over U.K. labor market statistics and awaited the U.S. Federal Reserve's policy statement and Britain's 2015 budget.
European stocks were little changed on Wednesday as investors digested new data on eurozone economic growth and retail sales ahead of Thursday's European Central Bank monetary policy meeting.
U.S. stock futures are bouncing upward on Thursday, as investors await a flood of data on consumer prices, jobless claims and housing.