Swiss Lower House rejects UBS-CS merger
Swiss parliament's lower house on Tuesday voted against approving $120 billion in government guarantees for UBS Group AG's takeover of Credit Suisse Group AG, in a symbolic show of popular and political discontent with the deal.
Bitcoin rally tops 80% growth in four months
Bitcoin returned to $30,000 for the first time since June 2022, gaining 82% since Dec. 31, as cryptocurrencies keep outpacing other major asset classes. Annabelle Droulers reports on Bloomberg Television.
Blackstone secures $30 billion for real estate buys
Blackstone secured $30.4 billion of total capital commitments for its largest global property drawdown fund, called Blackstone Real Estate Partners X, according to a statement. Sonali Basak has more on "Bloomberg Markets."
Deposits at all U.S. banks steady: Fed
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on moves in U.S. bank deposits as of the week ending March 15th.
'Serious soul searching' in banking: Summers
Former US Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers on the March jobs report, what the Fed should do in the long run, his thoughts on the IRS digitalization push, and why he thinks ChatGPT may be pushing the cognitive class out.
Life after death for Swiss banking?
Swiss banking was once shorthand for stability, discretion and wealth in the world of global finance. That's now being put to the test.
Banking crisis hits San Francisco startup scene
First it was the tech downturn, now the bank failures are hitting San Francisco's economy hard. Bloomberg's Karen Breslau helped write "The Big Take."
Breaking down the banking crisis
Lori Calvasina, RBC Capital Markets Head of US Equity Strategy & Julian Salisbury, Goldman Sachs Asset & Wealth Management CIO discuss the banking crisis and shoring up confidence in the financial system. They also breakdown why the mark...
The effects of SVB collapse with Cramer
Bank Bear, Tech Bull? CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down how the banking sector sunk and the tech sector rallied since the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank.
FDIC to seek $23Bn from big banks?
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., facing almost $23 billion in costs from recent bank failures, may ask big banks to pitch in and shore up a special insurance fund.
French authorities raid banks in massive tax fraud case
French authorities raided five banks on Tuesday as part of an investigation into suspected cases of massive tax fraud and money laundering, prosecutors said. Some 150 investigators conducted searches in Paris and the financial district L...
SVB collapse threatens venture capital industry
The $2 trillion venture capital industry could see portfolio markdowns of 25% to 30% a "haircut" of possibly $500 billion following the Silicon Valley Bank debacle, according to Bloomberg Intelligence. Full In Partners Managing Partner E...
Cramer on First Citizens buying SVB
CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses the fallout from the Silicon Valley Bank implosion and how to trade shares of First Citizens after it stepped forward to buy the collapsed bank.
First Citizens deal sparks bank rally
First Citizens BancShares Inc. agreed to buy Silicon Valley Bank after a run on deposits wiped out the company in the biggest US bank failure in more than a decade. Shares of regional banks rallied on the news.
First Citizens Bank acquires billions in SVB loans
First Citizens Bank is taking over the remnants of Silicon Valley Bank, which collapsed weeks ago when depositors withdrew too much money, causing the bank to become insolvent.
Polish Finance Minister says nation's banks are safe
Polish Finance Minister Magdalena Rzeczkowska says she has no concerns about the Polish banking system. She also talks about the burden of Swiss-franc loans on the country's banks. She speaks with Guy Johnson and Alix steel on "Bloomberg...
First Citizens nears SVB acquisition?
First Citizens BancShares Inc. is said to be in advanced talks to acquire Silicon Valley Bank after its collapse earlier this month, according to people familiar with the matter.
Credit Suisse faces possible probe
Credit Suisse is facing the threat of a possible investigation and disciplinary action over how top managers ran the bank in lead up to its collapse.
US banks in pretty good shape: Biden
"I don't see anything that's on the horizon that's about to explode," President Joe Biden says during a joint news conference with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Deutsche Bank & Credit Suisse: The difference
Deutsche Bank AG became the latest focus of the banking turmoil in Europe as ongoing concern about the industry amid a slowing economy sent its shares plunging. Bloomberg's Steven Arons explains the differences between Deutsche Bank and ...
Fears Deutsche Bank is the next to fall
Silicon Valley Bank, Credit Suisse, First Republic. After weeks of turmoil, the biggest enemy facing banks right now could be fear itself. On Friday, shares of Germany's biggest bank started falling in a way most analysts said was irrati...
Weekend Long Watch: Inside the collapse of Credit Suisse
Credit Suisse Group AG spent years stumbling between scandals and crises. In the end, a fateful comment from the bank's biggest investor set off a panic that risked spiraling out of control. Bloomberg's Alex Webb explores the last days o...
Palmisano: Investors more cautious after SVB
Sam Palmisano, Former IBM CEO & Chairman of the Center for Global Enterprise, talks about the state of venture capital investing after the collapse of several American banks. He's on "Wall Street Week Daily."
Bank of England hikes key rate to 4.25%
The Bank of England raised interest rates to 4.25% Thursday in a 7-2 vote by the Monetary Policy Committee. Lizzy Burden reports on Bloomberg Television.
Banking crisis opens capitalism's new era
The global banking crisis has opened a new era for capitalism and shows how the rules of finance are changing. John Micklethwait, editor-in-chief of Bloomberg News, helped write "The Big Take" with Bloomberg's Adrian Wooldridge.
Lebanon replaces banking system with cash economy
Lebanon’s economic collapse has devastated its banking sector and turned the nation into a cash-based economy. That has been depriving a nearly bankrupt government from billions of dollars in revenues and driving illicit activity.
U.S bank failures 'very different' from 2008
Stocks on Wall Street have climbed after the rescue of Credit Suisse calmed nerves about a larger banking crisis. The United States treasury secretary, Janet Yellen, says the local financial sector is stabilising after it was put to the ...
US to back First Republic Bank rescue?
US officials and Wall Street leaders discussing an intervention at First Republic Bank are exploring the possibility of government backing to encourage a deal that would shore up the lender, according to people with knowledge of the situ...
Credit Suisse bondholders 'cry foul'
The takeover of Credit Suisse ends days of turmoil, which should be good news for investors -- but one group of bondholders is crying foul over the deal. Kristine Aquino explains why.