Rise in European stocks hindered by weak bank results
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By Sudip Kar-Gupta and Alistair Smout
LONDON, Nov 3 (Reuters) - European shares recovered from a weak start on Tuesday, buoyed by a rise on Wall Street, though weak earnings from Standard Chartered and UBS dampened sentiment in the banking sector.
Standard Chartered slid 6.7 percent after saying it wants to raise $5.1 billion in new capital through a rights issue and cut 15,000 jobs by 2018 as new chief executive Bill Winters tries to restore profitability, hit by a slowdown in emerging markets.
Investec analysts described news of a third-quarter operating loss of $139 million as "awful". Consensus estimates were for a 903 million pound profit.
"As we feared, the worst aspect ... is a broad-based collapse in revenues," they said in a note. "Standard Chartered has already been the worst performing FTSE 100 bank in 2015 year-to-date, but we expect it to see further significant underperformance in the aftermath of today's Q3 2015 results." Continuación...