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Barclays shares decline, as three former traders are found guilty of Libor-rigging.
Royal Bank of Scotland chief says a post-Brexit slump could set back reprivatization plans by two years.
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.
The appointment of a new head for troubled Italian bank Unicredit and strong economic figures from the U.K. and Germany helped counter Brexit confusion.
Brexit is occurring as the world's largest banks are laboring under a period of peak private sector debt.
Bonds of these banks have been 'trading unchanged' according to Cramer, a sign that investors are more confident that the banks can withstand the crisis.
Lloyds Banking Group and Barclays look most exposed.
Brexit uncertainty leads to downgrades of Barclays, Lloyds and HSBC, while Royal Bank of Scotland is reaffirmed at positive by Moody's.
Hopes of central bank intervention spur indices in Europe and Asia.
Stocks add to session highs in the final hour, recovering from some of the devastating losses suffered over the past two days.
It's been a rough few days for stocks but the financials sector feels the brunt of the pain far more than any other group.
Stocks recover from a two-day selloff on Tuesday as Brexit worries are priced into the market and hopes of further stimulus rise.
One side lied, one side barely tried, the people voted for economic suicide, but it will not stick.
Don't let Tuesday's rally in stocks fool you. It's way too risky out there, according to one analyst.
Stock futures push higher on Tuesday and are on track to snap Wall Street's two-day selloff centered on the Brexit shock.
McEwan's missive to staff comes as the Bank of England doled out $4 billion of liquidity to U.K. banks.
U.S. stock futures are pointing to a strong rally for Wall Street on Tuesday after two days of bruising losses following Britain's vote last week to leave the European Union.
The true cost of British independence from the EU is now becoming apparent, Cramer says.
European commercial banks get dangerously close to their post-financial crisis market caps.
It was another rotten day for Wall Street as the shockwaves from Friday's 'Brexit' vote continued to reverberate through global markets.
Shares of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) are falling in heavy volume trade this afternoon after the British government announced it would retain its 73% ownership.
European banks took a hit Monday following the Brexit vote last week. Jim Cramer says he wouldn't be shocked to see banks asking for a government bailout.
Stocks tank on Monday in their worst two-day selloff since August as the fallout from last week's 'Brexit' vote punishes global markets.
Investors are wondering if European banks need a bailout and that is bleeding over into trading in U.S. financial stocks, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
In a worst-case scenario based on the stock movement, the numbers are stunning.
Stock losses accelerate by late morning Monday as the fallout from Friday's 'Brexit' vote punishes global markets.
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