John Cryan blamed forces "under way in the market that want to weaken confidence in us."
The International Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank and the European Commission troika has its first colony: Greece.
A #ThisIsACoup hashtag first used by a Barcelona physics teacher spread across social media after a deal on the Greek debt crisis was announced.
Greek prime minister shakes up negotiating team and takes controversial finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, out of the limelight.
Experts say that the last minute clamp down is too little too late.
Angela Merkel says Grexit must be prevented while Varoufakis writes that disagreements with creditors are "not unbridgeable".
The environment minister has revoked a license leaving gold stuck in a mine in northern Greece.
Possibility of exit from euro zone has pushed up Greek bond yields but has had little effect globally.
A female protester seeking to "End the ECB Dick-tatorship" interrupted a press conference.
Both parties voiced support for the movement, whilst organisers estimate at least 100 supporters attended.
Syriza, Greece's ruling party, is one of the groups which make up the 'Blockupy' movement.
Organisers Blockupy estimated that about 10,000 demonstrators from across Europe were at the rally.
One of Blockupy protest organisers says troika is responsible for the austerity measures that have pushed people into poverty.
Bond-buying will benefit peripheral economies such as Spain and Italy, while Greece is marginalised again
Greece sought advice on economic reforms as the Greek PM criticised the country's creditors.
Plummeting euro value driven by Greek uncertainty and ECB's quantitative easing programme.
With a €1.5 billion repayment due this month and more this summer Greece could resort to desperate measures.
The new prime minister told EU leaders austerity was killing his economy and an alternative had to be found.
A leaked German document made clear Berlin wants Athens to go back on anti-austerity promises.
The European Union Central Bank is set to wait for its stimulus to unfold before considering further steps after national bankers challenged Draghi's management style
Roughly one in five of the eurozone's top lenders failed landmark health checks at the end of last year but most have since repaired their finances, according to the European Central Bank