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Credit Suisse Group shares gained Thursday after the investment bank followed rival Deutsche Bank in finalizing a multi-billion dollar mortgage bond settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice.
Stocks hold mixed on Wednesday afternoon as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen caps off a day filled with interest rate speculation.
Company news came back to the fore for European stocks on Wednesday as earnings season approaches.
Stocks struggle for direction on Wednesday as a strengthening U.S. economy reinforces the chances of several rate hikes this year.
Deutsche Bank will "substantially limit" bonuses for senior employees in its 2016 payment structure after it finalised its $7.2 billion legal settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice.
Stock futures inch higher as Citigroup and Goldman Sachs join the series of banks that enjoyed a trading boost in the fourth quarter.
Historically, the IWM has tended to rally from this setup.
Deutsche Bank confirms that it has agreed to a massive settlement over its sale of toxic U.S. mortgage securities during the housing bubble.
The British currency surged after the U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May outlined a Brexit plan.
European stocks are mixed Wednesday with modest gains for the major benchmarks but an overall decline for regional equities as a dollar pullback continues to dominate global financial market trading.
Deutsche Bank shares fell Wednesday after the bank finalized its $7.2 billion legal settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice.
The Trump rally has screeched to a halt.
The Trump rally screeched to a half as the reality of a new administration began to sink in on Wall Street.
The FTSE 100 led the decline in Europe as dollar earners reversed gains.
The emerging market bank has doubled down on shipping.
European stock markets ended in the red Monday as Brexit concerns and comments President-elect Donald Trump fuelled a risk-off narrative.
The banking sector was the biggest source of gains while a recovery in the automotive sector helped to boost markets.
Deutsche Bank today announced its appointment as depositary bank for the non-capital raising sponsored Level I American Depositary Receipt program of Inchcape plc ("Inchcape").
European stocks fell on Thursday as investors shifted to defensive holdings and the Trump trade faded.
Jeff Sessions hasn't given much thought to President-elect Donald Trump's millions of dollars in loans from troubled Deutsche Bank, he said at a Senate confirmation hearing on Tuesday.
Banks that have profited this year from heightened trading following Brexit and speculation over Fed interest-rate increases likely got an additional boost from bond trading following the U.S. presidential election.
This German banking powerhouse has endured its share of scandals, but that may be disappearing into the rear view mirror. Has the bank stock become a value play?
With political risk back on the agenda, stocks were broadly lower throughout much of the morning before a commodity rally pushed British stocks higher.
A pending Brexit from the single market and questions over the EU's survival put politics back on the agenda.
Cramer shares his views on the bull market, and also points out something you may have missed.
Strong U.S. wage growth helped European markets reverse losses.
Deutsche Asset Management (Deutsche AM) today announced that David Bianco has been named Chief Investment Strategist for the Americas and Head of Equities in the US.
Technically the stock is strong and continues to gain money flows from institutions.