European stocks fall as Deutsche Bank leads rout in banks

By Sruthi Shankar (Reuters) -A steep selloff in banking stocks hit European indices on Friday as worries about the stability of the financial sector intensified, with the news of a U.S. probe on

ECB needs stubbornly tight policy to get inflation down: Nagel

EDINBURGH, March 24 (Reuters) - The European Central Bank will fulfill its 2% inflation mandate but monetary policy must be stubbornly tight to get the job done, Bundesbank President Joachim Nagel

Deutsche Bank shares plunge, default insurance hits four-year high

By Amanda Cooper LONDON (Reuters) -Deutsche Bank shares tumbled on Friday after the bank's credit default swaps that insure against default shot to a four-year high, highlighting concerns among

S&P Global fined 1.1 million euros for premature credit rating publications

By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) -The European Union's securities watchdog has fined S&P Global Ratings 1.1 million euros ($1.19 million) for publishing a number of credit scores before the relevant

Explainer-Canada, U.S. revisit approach to asylum seekers: issues at stake

By Anna Mehler Paperny and Ted Hesson TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada and the United States have reached a deal to return asylum seekers who cross the border via unofficial crossings, Canadian and U.S.

Israel's attorney general: Netanyahu involvement in judicial overhaul is illegal

(Adds Ben-Gvir's statement) JERUSALEM, March 24 (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu violated the law by saying he would get personally involved in a judicial overhaul plan, the

Russian missile kills three women at Ukrainian 'invincibility point' - officials

KYIV (Reuters) - A Russian missile slammed into an "invincibility point" set up to offer refuge for Ukrainian civilians, killing at least three women, local officials said on Friday. Four other

India's Rahul Gandhi disqualified as lawmaker after conviction

NEW DELHI (Reuters) -India's parliament disqualified opposition Congress party leader Rahul Gandhi as a lawmaker on Friday, a day after he was found guilty of defamation by a lower court. It is one of

Israel's Netanyahu greeted by protesters ahead of London meeting with UK PM

LONDON (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was greeted by shouting and whistling from hundreds of protesters outside 10 Downing Street on Friday, as opposition to his judicial

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