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A multi-billion-dollar fraud scandal perpetrated by a once-high flying and influential investment arm of the Malaysian government appears to ensnare another major global financial institution - Deutsche Bank.
U.S. equity futures extended declines Tuesday, while global stocks retreated for a second consecutive session, as investors continued to reduce bets on a big Federal Reserve rate cut while focusing on deteriorating economic data and weakening corporate earnings.
Deutsche Bank shares extended declines Tuesday, taking its two-day slump past 10%, as analysts and investors appear to show little faith in the struggling lender's $8.3 billion restructuring plans.
Deutsche Bank's blunders and restructuring, and a new chief at the European Central Bank, could be perfect combination for a bull case.
Stocks ended lower Monday, pulled down by bad news on Boeing and Apple and a strong U.S. jobs report that trimmed hopes of aggressive near-term interest rate cuts from the Federal Reserve.
Investors eyeing the next frontier in tech might want to look at robotics, automation, and artificial intelligence.
Deutsche Bank is Real Money's Stock of the Day today. Shares of the German Bank are down over 5% this morning after it announced a major restructuring overhaul Sunday. TheStreet's Jacob Sonenshine breaks down what investors need to know.
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Deutsche Bank shares reversed earlier gains Monday as investors reacted to the bank's $8.3 billion restructuring overhaul that will see Germany's biggest lender retreat from global equity markets and slash nearly a fifth of its workforce.
There are no signs of accumulation of the beleaguered bank's shares and a sustainable base pattern is lacking.
Deutsche is looking to drop the "bad bank" moniker with big moves on Monday.
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In addition to Fed Chair Jerome Powell's twin testimonies in Washington, the Fed will be out in force this week.
U.S. equity futures retreated Monday, pulling global stocks firmly into the red, as investors around the world pared bets on aggressive near-term rate cuts from the Federal Reserve and questioned the strength of the recent market rally that's taken Wall Street to all-time highs.
U.S. stock futures are lower as a strong U.S. jobs report pares bets on aggressive near-term interest rate cuts from the Federal Reserve; Germany's Deutsche Bank to cut 18,000 jobs in a massive restructuring; Boeing loses order for MAX jets to rival Airbus; the U.S. wins the Women's World Cup title for a fourth time.
Amid an expected net $3.1 billion loss, Deutsche Bank is wiping out 18,000 jobs and dropping its global equities and trading businesses as part of a major 'restructuring' effort.
Stocks finish up on the final trading of the second quarter as investors await news from a meeting between President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, at the G-20 summit.
The cuts would represent about a sixth of the company's full-time positions.
JPMorgan shares jumped higher Friday after the biggest U.S. bank said it would boost its quarterly dividend, and increase its share buyback plans, after passing the Federal Reserve's stress tests.
U.S. stocks are set to open the final trading day of the first half of the year in a cautious mood as investors await news from a key meeting between President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping later this evening at the G20 Summit in Japan.
U.S. stock futures rise with investors in a cautious mood as they await news from a key meeting between President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, at the G-20 summit; Apple's chief design officer, Jony Ive, will be leaving the tech giant to start an independent design firm; Nike posts a rare earnings miss as marketing costs rise.
Deutsche Bank shares shot to the top of the European market Friday after the lender's U.S. operations passed Federal Reserve stress tests that will allow it to boost investor payouts and return some profits to the European lender's home base.
Banks quick to raise dividends and buybacks following Fed results.
The Federal Reserve's 'stress tests' of big banks requires them to maintain sufficient capital, even after a nightmare economic scenario in which stock prices fall by 65% and unemployment surges to 10%.
Oracle tells investors it can regain the crown it once held among enterprises and end-users, but some aren't so sure.
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