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Barclays now holds an 'underweight' rating on shares of the 73% government-owned Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
Michael Hewson, chief market analyst at CMC Markets, says investors should wait until the dust settles before making any major moves with their money.
U.S. stocks opened lower on Monday, as investors continued to digest the shocks from last week's historic Brexit vote.
Stock futures point to another day in the red on Monday, piling on heavy losses suffered at the end of last week.
Trading in Barclays and RBS is suspended after broker downgrades.
Cramer says you may be able to pick up a lot of high-quality stocks cheap this week.
Investors should be watching the European banks this week, Cramer said. They've been punished Friday and Monday.
U.S. stock futures are pointing to further losses Monday and European shares resume their declines following the U.K. decision last week to exit the European Union.
EasyJet plunges after a post-Brexit profit warning, while the yield on the 10-year British government bond falls below 1% for the first time.
The U.K. government shelves plans to sell part of its stake in Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland due to market turmoil caused by Brexit vote.
Jim Cramer talks about how the European banks have him worried, but how it's not the right time to sell. Keep calm and carry on.
Jim Cramer is worried about Europe's banks in the wake of the British vote to leave the European Union.
A 'Brexit' shocker sent global equities, oil prices and currency markets into chaos Friday.
It won't be clear for some time how the Brexit "leave" vote will shape our own tax, spending, immigration, trade and diplomatic policies.
Wall Street enters panic mode after a pro-'Brexit' vote sparks worries over political and economic instability across the pond.
Europe's financial firms aren't tanking in a vacuum.
Banks plunge, with U.K. home builders, automakers, and food retailers also posting steep declines.
Financials took a big hit Friday morning amid news that the U.K. is to depart the European Union.
Prices are sharply lower today and the volume of trading has been heavy.
Global markets, including Wall Street, were in free-fall as the pro-exit results of a British referendum sent equities, crude oil, and currencies into a spiral.
Global markets -- and Wall Street -- are in freefall as the pro-exit results of a British referendum send equities, crude oil and currencies downward.
Economic weakness and uncertainty will weigh on an already weak sector.
Here are some British stocks to consider. But don't buy now, wait for them to come lower.
U.S. and European markets are dropping on 'Brexit' uncertainty.
A vote for a 'Brexit' blindsides world markets on Friday morning after days of growing confidence that the United Kingdom would opt to remain in the European Union.
Bank shares fell as much as 20%, with analysts predicting recession in Britain and a challenge to London's future as a global financial center.
Banks plunge, with U.K. home builders and food retailers also posting steep declines.
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