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Lookout JPMorgan and Citi: Here come’s China

Mendon Capital Advisors President Anton Schutz says breakups and spinouts in the banking sector are inevitable due to competition from China’s big banks .

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  1. Alstom Shares Jump On Report Of GE Bid

    Shares in Alstom jumped more than 14 percent on Thursday after a report that U.S. conglomerate General Electric was in talks to buy the struggling French turbine and...

  2. EU regulators allow RBS to cancel UK's dividend share

    European regulators said on Wednesday they had agreed that Britain's part-nationalized Royal Bank of Scotland can cancel a government-owned share that effectively st...

  3. China OKs Nokia's Plan to Sell Phone Unit to Microsoft

    Nokia has received approval from Chinese authorities to sell its mobile phone business to Microsoft Corp, it said on Tuesday, and added there had been no request for...

  4. Nokia says gets Chinese approval to sell phone business to Microsoft

    Nokia has received approval from Chinese authorities to sell its mobile phone business to Microsoft, it said on Tuesday, and added the companies expect the deal to c...

  5. Power-cable Cartel Fined $417 Million By EU

    EU regulators have fined 10 power-cable producers a total of 302 million euros ($417 million) for operating a cartel, the European Commission said Wednesday. The thr...

  6. Goldman, Prysmian Fined for Cable Cartel

    Investment bank Goldman Sachs, the world's top cablemaker Prysmian, Nexans and eight cable firms were fined a total of 302 million euros ($416 million) by EU antitru...

  7. Turkey bans YouTube

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald on Turkey’s fight against social media.

  8. Greece's Lenders Sign Off On Latest Bailout Review

    Greece's international lenders on Wednesday confirmed that they had signed off on the latest review of Greece's rescue package, ending six months of protracted negot...

  9. No impact on euro zone from Ukraine crisis but potential for trouble is great: Draught

    European Commission President Mario Draghi said on Thursday that from a purely financial standpoint the crisis in Ukraine should not have much impact on the euro zon...

  10. EU Pledges €11 Billion In Aid To Ukraine

    The European Union will provide Ukraine with an aid package adding up to at least 11 billion euros ($15.1 billion) in loans and grants, European Commission President...

  11. ETF Outlook For Wednesday, February 26, 2014 (BJK, TAN, EEM, FBT)

    ETF Outlook for Wednesday, February 26, 2014Market Vectors Gaming ETF (NYSE:BJK)The casino stocks have been on the move again lately as more talk has been hitting th...

  12. Dollar Falls After Weak U.S. Consumer Data

    The dollar fell against a basket of major currencies on Tuesday after soft U.S. consumer confidence data drove bond yields lower, but stayed strong against the yuan ...

  1. Amazon under pressure

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald on Amazon’s two-front fight on taxes and worker pay.

  2. Goolsbee: August jobs report particularly important

    Former Council of Economic Advisors chairman Austan Goolsbee gives his outlook for the August jobs report.

  3. More sanctions coming for Russia?

    Roubini Global Economics Head of Western Europe Brunello Rosa weighs in on additional sanctions from the West that may be leveled against Russia.

  4. Goolsbee: August jobs report particularly important

    Former Council of Economic Advisors chairman Austan Goolsbee gives his outlook for the August jobs report.

  5. McInerney: Russia needs to be held accountable

    Former U.S. Air Force Lt. General Thomas McInerney gives insight into the Malaysian Airlines crash and the future of travel safety.

  6. BoE keeps key interest rate unchanged at 0.5%

    Markets.com chief economist Bill Hubard on the BoE’s interest rate decision and the reaction across global markets.

  7. Keeping growth on track

    WSJ’s James Freeman and State Street Global Exchange’s Jessica Donohue on Dallas Fed president Richard Fisher’s comments on U.S. economic growth.

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