|Day Low/High||5.77 / 5.82|
|52 Wk Low/High||4.98 / 7.31|
Department of Justice fines weigh on Deutsche Bank and Volkswagen.
U.S. futures point to positive open.
Goldmans Sachs cuts Lloyds' target price to 50 pence.
Miners are the clear winners following the U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union.
The Bank of England says it will keep a tight rein on regulation and that profitability of U.K. lenders remains under pressure due in large part to misconduct costs.
Additional provisions for the Deutsche fine could be as low as $1.2 billion.
Deutsche Bank falls more than 8% on $14 billion Department of Justice settlement figure.
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.
Commerzbank gains on Deutsche Bank merger rumors.
Miners are the biggest losers in London as precious metal prices fall.
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.
Currencies keep losing value and it's hurting everyone
Mining stocks pull down London's benchmark index.
Europe's manufacturing sector shrugs off Brexit vote.
Fitch says competition review could mean slow "erosion" of profits for U.K. banks.
Following these activists can pay off; they know their banks inside out.
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.
We should be hearing more bad news from the banks but we're not. Cramer wants to know why.
Remember the European banking crisis? Well, where is it now?
Italian banks Mediobanca and UniCredit post strong gains.
The abandoned spinoff of Williams & Glyn highlights the once-sprawling bank's continued complexity.
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