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Italian banks are suffering as a restructuring process is underway.
The German bank's stock is tanking and investors are shying away from its convertible notes.
The big U.S. banks are off to a rough start in 2016, and shares are being further bogged down by trouble across the pond.
While U.S.-based financials have been hit in recent weeks, their problems pale in comparison to European-based counterparts.
The stock tanked 7% Tuesday after posting dismal quarterly earnings and a steep currency bill tied to the sale of Brazilian operations.
Buyers and sellers are often both attractive community-banking M&A.
In a nation of consumers, the economic data speak volumes.
With renewed pressure on Greenlight Capital, investors can expect to see a more roguish David Einhorn in 2016.
One consistent theme at the Phoenix bank conference is that size really does matter.
Ackman couldn't have gotten Herbalife more wrong, as two federal probes reportedly come in empty-handed.

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