Banks, lenders and financial companies rose as traders bet the sector would benefit from higher interest rates.
French insurance company AXA said it plans to take its large U.S. life-insurance operations public. The unit pursuing an initial public offering would also comprise the AllianceBernstein Holding asset-management business.
Deutsche Bank's new biggest shareholder, Chinese conglomerate HNA Group, used more than $2.8 billion in financing to help buy its nearly 10% stake in the German lender and protect itself against potential losses on the position.
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(END) Dow Jones Newswires
May 10, 2017 17:40 ET (21:40 GMT)