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German central bank losses soar, wiping out risk provisions

Net interest income was negative for the first time in its 57-year history, declining by 17.9 billion euros year-on-year.

Block shares surge as much as 14% after company announces surprise profit

There was particularly strong growth in Block's payment platform, Cash App, and its point-of-sale suite, Square.

Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Block, Carvana, Booking Holdings and more

These are the stocks posting the largest moves in extended trading.

Capital One’s acquisition has $1.4 billion breakup fee if rival bid emerges, but none if regulators kill deal

Capitol One agreed to purchase rival credit card player Discover for $35.3 billion.

Fed officials expressed caution about lowering rates too quickly at last meeting, minutes show

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday released minutes from its Jan. 30-31 meeting.

Here's why Capital One is buying Discover in the biggest proposed merger of 2024

Capital One is betting that owning a global payments network protects it against a rising tide of fintech and regulatory threats.

UK posts record budget surplus in January

The U.K. logged a £16.7 billion ($21.1 billion) net budget surplus in January, official figures showed, the largest since monthly records began in 1993.

HSBC pre-tax annual profit jumps 78%, misses market estimates

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Barclays posts fourth-quarter net loss, announces £1 billion share buyback

Barclays on Tuesday reported a fourth-quarter net loss of £111 million ($139.8 million) as the British lender delivered its first major strategy update since 2016.

Shopping online at 2 a.m.? That’s a red flag for buy now, pay later lender Affirm

Affirm, run by PayPal co-founder Max Levchin, is among a new breed of fintech lenders competing against credit cards issued by banks.

How to avoid the top scam of 2023: The internet has 'really supercharged' it, expert says

Imposter scams were the most prevalent consumer fraud last year, the Federal Trade Commission said. Criminals dupe victims by posing as a trustworthy source.

Wells Fargo says regulators have lifted a key penalty tied to its 2016 fake accounts scandal

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency terminated a consent order that forced it to revamp how it sells its retail products and services.
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