Banco Santander

German business sentiment tested post-Brexit; Bank of Japan to announce monetary policy; Chicago hosts Lollapalooza.
Johnson bows out of PM race; Clinton leads Trump in U.S. polls; China Development Bank IPO prices near bottom of range; Puerto Rico bill passes; 31 of 33 banks pass stress tests.
Critical economic data for Japan and the U.K.; IIF holds summit in Madrid; St. Petersburg celebrates the long days of summer.
The Spanish bank has made waves for its outsized deal and for new CEO Ana Botín’s no-nonsense approach to management.
More grim data from China sparks bulls-and-bears debate; MetLife expands stock buyback program; European PMI data registers expansion but fall short of expectations.
Tactical plays on fixed income and foreign exchange are part of the strategy of Pioneer, an investment unit of Italian bank UniCredit.
Strong capitalization, promising reforms and low penetration rates are poised to lead to Mexican banking sector growth.
Following poor first quarter earnings this year, Banco Santander announced it is planning to shrink its U.K. business.
The real estate unit of Morgan Stanley is near purchasing a package of repossessed homes and pieces of land in Spain worth €3 billion.
Lloyds Banking Group’s CEO António Horta-Osório is taking leave on medical grounds from the part-nationalised U.K bank.