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      RBS: 'Heaviest' restructuring over by end of 2016

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      Stocks hold near lows; dollar inches up

      European and US equity gauges are holding near three-week lows as the dollar inches off a multi-month trough amid a...

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      Société Générale eyes deeper cost cuts

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      UBS shares drop after sharp fall in first-quarter profits

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      Italian banks extend share price rout

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      Buying the dollar has not gone to plan

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    10. May 3, 2016

      Volatile first quarter takes toll on European banks

      The first quarter is supposed to be a sweet spot for banks, but this year it turned into more of a black spot for UBS,...

    11. May 3, 2016

      UBS: cloudier cuckoo land

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    12. May 3, 2016

      ISS backs proposal for audit at Deutsche Bank

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      May 3, 2016

      Bunds and Treasuries surge amid market malaise

      German Bunds and US Treasuries are in demand today as a wave of disappointing data and market moves set a deeply...

    14. May 3, 2016

      A nightmarish reprise of the financial crisis for European banks

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      Robust growth, falling prices: a eurozone contradiction explained

      The eurozone’s economy started the year in unexpectedly strong fashion, growing by a pacy 0.6 per cent in the first...

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      May 3, 2016

      Gold soars to highest since January 2015

      The shiny stuff is on sparkling form, with gold breaching $1,300 per ounce – a 15-month high. Gold has been on a...

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      May 3, 2016

      Banks drag European stocks to 3-week lows

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      Euro bond issuers scramble to market

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      Eurozone producer prices clock first rise in a year

      Producer prices in the eurozone clocked their first month-on-month rise in 12 months months in March, racing ahead of...

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      May 3, 2016

      Italian banking stocks still under pressure

      There is little relief for Italian banking stocks on Tuesday. Several banks are among the biggest laggers on Italy’s...

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      May 3, 2016

      EC cuts growth and inflation forecasts

      Despite months of some of the most aggressive monetary policies in the eurozone’s history to boost inflation, the...

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      May 3, 2016

      Sliding dollar wipes out sterling's EU vote woes

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      May 3, 2016

      ECB will not cut rates to 'absurd' levels - Cœuré

      The European Central Bank will not cut interest rates to “absurdly” low levels, one of its most dovish senior officials...

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    25. May 2, 2016

      ECB report says investors may be profiting from leaked US data

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    26. May 2, 2016

      Barclays’ risk officer in France alleges laundering and mis-selling failures

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    27. May 2, 2016

      Brexit ‘could boost eurozone GDP’

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      Sovereign risk system needs reforming

      When European finance ministers gathered 10 days ago in Amsterdam, they did their best to focus attention on the...

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      HSH Nordbank wins EU approval for sale

      The EU has approved a plan to boost the guarantees granted to HSH Nordbank by the two German states that own it from...

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      May 2, 2016

      Italian bank stocks falter as Atlante makes first rescue

      Italian banks have had a difficult start to the day as the country’s €4.25bn bank bailout fund undertook its first...

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      Brussels briefing: Migration medley

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      May 2, 2016

      French manufacturing downturn deepens

      Zut alors. A final reading of April’s French manufacturing PMI shows the well-regarded indicator of performance at a...

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      May 2, 2016

      European equities start the week on more optimistic note

      European markets have started the week on a slightly better note after a bearish session on Friday, while Asian...

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      Fast Europe Open: PMI Monday

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      Italian fund undertakes first rescue at Popolare Vicenza

      Italy’s government-orchestrated €4.25bn bank bailout fund Atlante has undertaken its first rescue mission after the...

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      Deutsche Bank continues to be plagued by legal uncertainty

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      FCA warns Deutsche on ‘serious’ financial crime control issues

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