While the European banks struggle to keep their share price stable, their counterparts at the Wall Street seem to be doing a much better job.
Last week, equity mutual funds saw outflows of $16.3 billion, the greatest outflow since August 2011, according to the Investment Company Institute.
Twitter is killing off its social media video-sharing app and platform Vine as it trims its headcount and costs.
Nico Rosberg has said he is “not here to please everyone” after Bernie Ecclestone claimed it would be bad for the sport should the German win Formula One’s world championship, something he can achieve this weekend at the Mexican Grand Prix.
The World Series returns to Wrigley Field on Friday for the first time in 71 years, but those Cubs fans hoping to see Kyle Schwarber continue his hot streak will have to shell out big money: the median resale ticket price for Game 3 is currently hovering around $3,000.
The defender put in a impressive shift versus The Red Devils on Wednesday night.
Celtic managed to beat Ross County 4-0 in their latest outing.
The team currently train at Melwood, but they could leave the complex, in search for a new facility for both the senior side and the academy.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has accused the NFL of trying to take the fun out of professional football, and suggested that TV ratings will continue to decline if the league continues on a quest to turn players into “robots”.
Theresa May must not attempt to get special treatment for financial services at the expense of manufacturers and small businesses when the UK leaves the EU, Labour is to warn.