Signs of distress in financial markets accumulated amid deepening concern over the health of the global economy, with U.S. stocks sliding to a 22-month low as the cost of protecting against default by junk-rated companies soared to the highest level ...
The FTSE 100 share index has fallen sharply as fears about the health of the global economy return to spook investors. By the close of trading, it had lost 2.7% - wiping �41bn from the value of the UK's 100 biggest listed companies.
Deutsche Bank led a rout in global bank stocks on Monday as mounting concerns over the global economy, turbulent markets and sliding energy prices morphed into worries over the health of parts of the financial system.
For the British oil industry, 2016 is shaping up to be a grim year as the sector grapples with the worst downturn for a generation.
Deutsche Bank on Monday night sought to allay concerns over its ability to pay coupons on its hybrid capital, after Germany's biggest lender was caught up in another day of turbulent market moves.