US and European indices bounce as banks rally

Traders think selling overdone as market absorbs Yellen statement

HSBC sued over Mexico drug cartel murders

Families of victims claim bank facilitated terrorist incidents

Deutsche Bank shares rally sharply

German bank leads recovery in European financial stocks

Vonovia’s €14bn Deutsche Wohnen bid fails

German landlord unable to win support of rival’s shareholders

Sanders victory forces Clinton rethink

Democrat favourite fails to appeal to cross-section of voters

Rosneft chief on attack over oil slump

Putin ally claims rival nations are deliberately affecting prices

Brexit will hurt UK, says insurance chief

Leaving the EU does ‘not offer a route to regulatory nirvana’

Economic crisis...Financial Services Authority (FSA) chairman Lord Turner of Ecchinswell leaves Downing Street after a meeting with Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

Turner warns on peer-to-peer lending risks

Ex-FSA chief concerned over failure to check ability to repay

Maersk: buying more ships but keeping costs down

Maersk warns on global trade

Group hit by falling oil prices and container freight rates

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Hikma defends cheaper Boehringer deal

UK-listed pharma group renegotiates price for US generic assets

Ricci joins currency exchange as chairman

Former Barclays executive latest banker to turn to fintech

Comment & Analysis

Thatcher spirit invoked in EU poll debate

Anti-establishment spirit makes it unwise to predict poll result

Bear market blindsides bank stocks

Profits will be made from this scare, but there is no harm in waiting for them

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Brightness amid dimmed hopes for graphene

The discovery of novel materials often predates their killer application

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