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Deutsche Bank's record $2.5 bln fine

China's Central Bank to cut bank reserve requirement

HSBC to look at best place for HQ when 'mist lifts' on regulation

Moving HQ to Singapore makes sense for Standard Chartered: Aberdeen's Young

HSBC, JPMorgan, C Agricole to fight EU charges at June hearing: sources

Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi becomes first foreign lender in decades to open...

Deutsche Bank says Italy investigating deals with Monte dei Paschi

U.S. regulator wants better deposit data from big banks

UK banks look again at move to Asia

HSBC, JPMorgan, Credit Agricole to fight EU charges at June hearing -...

'Smaller and simpler' mantra rings through banking boardrooms

Political pressure mounts on Deutsche Bank over restructuring

Deutsche Bank fined record $2.5 billion over rate rigging

China's banks foil support measures for housing market

Exclusive: UBS, BNP among bidders for China's Postal Savings Bank's...

Exclusive - UBS, BNP among bidders for China's Postal Savings Bank's...

CIBC says it in talks on potential $2 billion U.S. acquisition

Tesco names new brand director after record loss

China makes big cut in bank reserve requirement to fight slowdown

UBI doesn't rule out Monte Paschi tie-up but won't be pushed into bad deal...

UBI doesn't rule out Monte Paschi tie-up but won't be pushed into bad...

Contrasting fortunes for Europe's banks

Toyota adviser nominated for Japan central bank board

Bank of Canada's January rate cut seems enough: Poloz

Insight - Britain's bank tax jump threatens to push HSBC, StanChart to new...

Britain's bank tax jump threatens to push HSBC, StanChart to new home

BNP executive tipped as front-runner to head Bank of France

Citigroup must face South Korean bank's lawsuit over failed CDO

Investors question whether banks' robust profit growth will hold

Deutsche to cut investment bank, hive off Postbank in revamp

HSBC looks at moving HQ from Britain as tax and regulations bite

Canada growth pickup to fall short of Bank of Canada forecast: Reuters poll

Bank of England upbeat on euro zone, eyes inflation pressures - minutes

German business confidence posts sixth straight increase

No Bank of England rate rise until early 2016

Gold mining shares decline, soft financials drag TSX lower

BAE may sell part of U.S. intelligence and security business

IBM revenue falls for 12th quarter

Greek cash seen lasting into June, no EU deal imminent

Insight - How Wall Street came out on gay marriage

How Wall Street came out on gay marriage

Global growth outlook steady despite oil fall, stimulus burst

FTSE back near record high as utility stocks rise

Asian markets mostly higher despite weak China, Japan data

Euro zone warns Greece no cash till full reform deal

China, Europe and U.S. business activity disappoints in April

Strike like it's 2011? Low copper prices loom large over wage talks

Merkel - must prevent Greece running out of cash before deal

Merkel: must prevent Greece running out of cash before deal

Aberdeen, Blackrock flag risks in frothy Chinese stock markets

Pakistan's MQM wins by-election, dismisses talk of troubles

Payday lender Wonga may change name as part of overhaul

Austria's Schelling plays down talk of Heta debt buyback

China says to increase policy support for cooling economy

Greece's shifting bailout deadlines fuel uncertainty

China says employment resilient despite slower economic growth

Japan March export gains may get economy back on track

Exclusive: Huawei CEO says Chinese cybersecurity rules could backfire

US stocks gain, rebounding from Friday's slump Hasbro jumps

Economy to rebound in second quarter strong dollar a threat: Reuters poll

Huawei CEO says Chinese cybersecurity rules could backfire

U.S. economy to rebound in second quarter strong dollar a threat

Nokia bets software revolution will help avoid past merger errors

Soft U.S. economic data suggests mild Q2 growth rebound

Game of losers? Poisoned chalice awaits election victor

Oil, gas, power, prices: big themes from energy meeting

Game of losers? Poisoned chalice awaits UK election victor

Weak U.S. business spending data hints at sluggish growth rebound

Despite earnings beats, expectations dim for later quarters

Analysis - Despite earnings beats, expectations dim for later quarters

Tesco counts cost of decline with record 6.4 billion pound loss

Bush campaign strategy would make novel use of outside group

Soft U.S. economic data suggests mild second-quarter growth rebound

Foreigners who came to Brazil in boom times flee the bust