of non-performing loans and other statistics, giving the banks only two weeks to come up with plans to deal with capital shortfalls. Related stocks: SAN , DB , IRE , CS , ING , BBVA , BCS , RBS , HSBC , LYG ETFs: EUFN Post your comment!
financial condition." Santander ( SAN -5.8% ), UBS ( UBS -1.8% ), Deutsche Bank ( DB -3.1% ), Bank of Ireland ( IRE -5.6% ), Credit Suisse ( CS -2.8% ), ING ( ING -3.2% ), BBVA ( BBVA -3.1% ). U.K. banks
DALLAS, July 2 (Reuters) - Facebook has removed some photographs of a Texas teenager posing with freshly killed animals she hunted during a recent safari in South Africa that had been criticized by users as inappropriate, the company said on Wednesday.
BRUSSELS/MOSCOW, July 1 (Reuters) - New European Union air cargo rules that have ignited a row with Russia and jeopardised annual trade worth more than 13 billion euros ($18 billion) came into force on Tuesday, and is likely to heighten tensions between the EU and Moscow.
photo-sharing mobile app is gaining popularity among China users. Facebook's takeover of Instagram in 2012 did not earn the ire of the Communist Party of China censors. Instagram is a hit inside China largely due to the photo-sharing app's partnership
Operating Company has extended its tender offer for certain debt securities. The offer will now run until July 7. The various asset swaps by Caesars has drawn the ire of some bondholders, including several hedge funds. Post your comment!
gas from onshore coal seams like emerging competitors on the east coast. The company can to a considerable extent avoid the ire of farmers and environmentalists with the fracking techniques that have been associated with groundwater contamination. Where
"The sale of Wilbur Ross’s remaining stake in Bank of Ireland ( IRE ), giving up the board seat which he held for just under three years, reinforces our view that there remains little in the way
Three years after his investment helped keep Bank of Ireland ( IRE -1.6% ) from being nationalized, Wilbur Ross is exiting his holdings . Ross cut his 9% stake down to 5.5% in March, and
contest at Occidental Petroleum ( OXY ) to remove Chairman Ray Irani, whose high pay had long attracted shareholder activists’ ire . Vanguard reports that, in 2013, its funds voted against 12% of the proposed compensation packages, which it believed were