- The Wall Street Journal•15 hours ago
Europe’s banking giants would need to raise more than €253 billion ($280 billion) in capital to meet the robustness standards specified by the U.S. Federal Reserve, according to new analysis released Friday....
- Reuters•19 hours ago
Several UK banks could reopen the Additional Tier 1 capital market in the weeks ahead, as yield-starved investors find more to like in the risky asset class. AT1 issuance from European banks is down more than 50% year-to-date compared to 2015, and HSBC is the only UK bank to have sold a deal in what has been a horrid year for the asset class, pricing a US$2bn perpetual non-call five note at 6.875% in May. "There are a number of UK banks that have wanted to issue AT1 this year and have not been able to," one debt capital markets banker focused on UK lenders told IFR.
|Bid||494.00 x 200000|
|Ask||500.00 x 372700|
|52wk Range||392.37 - 595.60|
|Day's Range||490.25 - 498.55|
|Avg Vol (3m)||32,569,118|
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