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Purchasing managers' surveys point toward a slowdown in U.K services and manufacturing
Bank of England defies market expectations and keeps rate at 0.5%; expects easing in August.
Cramer shares his views on how the market rallying is good news for some stocks. Facebook, Google and Citigroup are among the stocks discussed.
Italian banks lead stocks higher after week of lows.
Bank stocks react to vicious expected number cuts, but what if they're not so bad?
Home builders rebound after days of loses.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Lloyds Banking Group (LYG) as a "dead cat bounce" (down big yesterday but up big today) candidate
U.K. real estate companies and home builders rise in London, while in Frankfurt ECB minutes from an early June meeting said existing monetary stimuli had yet to kick in.
Macquarie analysts play happier mood music for the sector, but both the Australian bank and Moody's sound a note of caution for investment banks.
After a property fund withdrawal freeze yesterday, Lloyds Bank (LYG) shares are lower today.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Lloyds Banking Group (LYG) as a weak on high relative volume candidate
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Lloyds Banking Group (LYG) as a pre-market mover with heavy volume candidate
The plan is designed to release up to $200 billion of credit capacity into the post-Brexit economy.
The central bank move aims to spur credit in the post-Brexit economy.
Despite all the doom and gloom, this week turned out to be the best so far this year, Cramer says.
Debt holders of the London bank appear more confident in Lloyd's recovery than fleeing shareholders.
Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds slip, while UniCredit gains as it fills a CEO vacancy.
Unlike panicked shareholders, they see the London bank as a major post-Brexit discount opportunity.
Frankly, I think we're back to where we were prior to Brexit.
Wall Street enjoys another day in rally mode as bulls score post-Brexit deals.
Brexit is occurring as the world's largest banks are laboring under a period of peak private sector debt.
The S&P 500 bounces back into positive territory for 2016 on Wednesday in day two of a post-Brexit comeback rally.
European markets prove resilient to political turmoil.
Debt holders of the biggest British banks don't appear to share the same concerns as their shareholders.
Brexit's impact delivered a blow to global markets, now being felt in China, Brazil and Mexico as falling currencies spur renewed anxiety over inflation and investor flight.
Stocks extend a post-Brexit rally into day two on Wednesday as investors see opportunity after a wave of selling at the beginning of the week.
Lloyds Banking Group and Barclays look most exposed.
Stock futures push a rally into day two on Wednesday as the shock of Brexit continues to fade.