Bankers say the European Central Bank's stimulus is leading to more loans but is also cutting into profitability.
But the Federal Reserve's interest rate increase pushed first-quarter overall loan yields higher.
The company believes it has sufficient liquidity, including about $180 million of cash on hand as of March 31, to continue operations.
The IRS Office of Appeals found that the automotive supplier should not be treated as a domestic corporation for U.S. federal income tax purposes.
The banking giant was forced to add $200 million to loan-loss reserves as its oil and gas portfolio deteriorated.
Fitch Ratings reduced Saudi Arabia’s long-term foreign and local currency ratings to "AA-," the fourth-highest investment grade.
The sector's increased contribution to systemic risk necessitates a "more macroprudential approach" to regulating it, the IMF says.
The GE unit says it has completed 80% of its asset reductions and exited consumer lending.
A controller and chief legal officer also played 'integral roles' in the scheme, says the SEC.
The ratings agency says the 'ultra-loose monetary policy' in Sweden 'risks leading to an (ultimately unsustainable) asset bubble.'