European stocks are anticipated to open decrease Monday as allegations surrounding bank dealings and rising coronavirus infections weigh on market sentiment around the globe.London’s FTSE is seen opening 40 factors decrease at 5,976, Germany’s DAX down 52 factors at 13,104, France’s CAC 40 15 factors decrease at 4,972 and Italy’s FTSE MIB down 20 factors at 19,425, in line with IG.In addition to the newest coronavirus developments, traders in Europe will likely be maintaining a detailed eye on bank shares Monday following allegations this weekend that some have been coping with suspicious funds.In Asia, Hong Kong-listed shares of Customary Chartered and HSBC tumbled on Monday following reviews that they allegedly moved massive sums of suspicious funds. By Monday afternoon, shares of Customary Chartered tumbled 2.69% and HSBC fell 2.91%. Earlier within the buying and selling day, shares of HSBC had fallen to a greater than 25-year low, in line with FactSet.The strikes got here after the banks — amongst a number of world lenders — have been recognized in media reviews as having allegedly moved suspicious funds over a interval of practically twenty years, in line with Reuters. The reviews cited confidential paperwork submitted by banks to the U.S. authorities. HSBC stated in an announcement to CNBC saying, “We don’t touch upon suspicious exercise reporting.” Customary Chartered, in the meantime, stated in an announcement: “The truth is that there’ll at all times be makes an attempt to launder cash and evade sanctions” and that it took its “accountability to battle monetary crime extraordinarily severely.”Rising coronavirus circumstances stay in focus. The World Well being Group warned Friday that the coronavirus is “not going away,” noting that it is nonetheless killing about 50,000 individuals every week. “That isn’t the place we wish to be,” Dr. Mike Ryan, govt director of the WHO’s well being emergencies program, stated.There aren’t any main earnings or knowledge releases in Europe Monday.— CNBC.com employees contributed to this market report.