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Nearly 1 in 5 European banks fail stress tests

Rhino Trading Partners’ Michael Block and WSJ Chief Economics Correspondent Jon Hilsenrath on the outlook for European banks.

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  1. Morning Business Outlook: 9/18/14

    How will Scotland's historic vote affect the market?

  2. John Bolton on Russia, ISIS

    Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton discusses how Russia’s latest retaliation against sanctions impacts the U.S.

  3. U.S. strikes hit ISIS-controlled refineries

    Fox News national Security Analyst KT McFarland and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Judith Miller weigh in on the battle with ISIS.

  4. German business confidence falls for 5th-straight month

    IG Chief market strategist Brenda Kelly on the European markets.

  5. Gold prices ready to tumble further?

    Euro Pacific Capital President Peter Schiff and OptionSellers.com President James Cordier on the impact on gold prices of Federal Reserve policy and the economy.

  6. The price of Scotland’s no vote

    FOX Business contributor Jon Hilsenrath and British Member of Parliament Dr. Liam Fox on what Scotland’s vote means for the European Union .

  7. What would a ‘yes’ vote on independence for Scotland mean for the U.K.?

    Euro Pacific Capital Senior Market Strategist John Browne on the potential impact if Scotland votes for independence.

  8. UK changed forever, regardless of vote?

    FBN’s Ashley Webster with the very latest on Scotland’s vote for independence.

  9. Renault-Nissan CEO on Japan and Europe

    Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn gives insight into the Japanese and European economies.

  10. What Scotland’s independence vote means for the pound

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald gives insight into Scotland’s independence vote.

  11. What happens if Scotland votes ‘yes’ for independence?

    IHS Country Risk Analyst Adrian Rogstad with European market reaction to Scotland’s independence voting and the future of the country if it splits from the UK.

  12. U.S. growing concerned over Scotland’s vote?

    FBN’s Peter Barnes on the impact of Scotland’s vote on the U.S.

  1. European markets move mostly lower

    Rabobank’s Jan Randolph on the European markets.

  2. Albania’s PM speaks out on Serbian soccer incident

    Prime Minister of Albania Edi Rama on the need for Albania and Serbia to move past the incident to achieve peace and prosperity in the Balkans.

  3. Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal: Growth is the name of the game

    Kingdom Holding Company Chairman HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal discusses global-growth concerns, market volatility and where he is investing now.

  4. iSight finds flaw in Microsoft Windows used as cyber-espionage

    ISight Partners VP Patrick McBride explains finding a zero-day vulnerability impacting Microsoft Windows allegedly used by Russian hackers

  5. Gasparino: The market is not reflecting the real economy

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel weigh in on market volatility and the Fed’s influence on Wall Street.

  6. EU urging social media leaders to combat online extremism

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald explains why the EU is pushing social media sites to stop ISIS users.

  7. European markets kick off the week in green

    ETX Capital’s Joe Rundle on the European markets.

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