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U.S. stock losses escalate after midday, sending benchmark indexes into the red.
Iran agreeing to limits below pre-sanction levels is as likely as the Eagles winning the Super Bowl.
Manhattan Venture Partners chief economist Max Wolff and Harvest Volatility Advisors managing director Dennis Davitt explain how investors should view Deutsche Bank's impact on the U.S. markets.
Bad news about Deutsche Bank and Wells Fargo ruins what could've been a good day.
Stock losses accelerate on Thursday as Deutsche Bank and Wells Fargo drag on the financials sector.
U.S. stocks declined after reports surfaced that hedge funds were reducing exposure in Deutsche Bank (DB).
Moves on bank stocks bring back memories of 2008-09.
Shares of Deutsche Bank (DB) were in a steep decline during early-afternoon trading on Thursday.
The lender may need to sell shares to make coupon payments.
Germany's No. 2 lender will cut almost 9,600 jobs and post a third-quarter loss after asset write-downs.
A reported OPEC agreement and positive economic signs give bulls reasons for optimism.
However, U.S. equities appear to have some doubts as details of an OPEC deal have yet to be determined.
Energy stocks rise even as oil prices give up initial gains.
OPEC's agreement to cut production warms investor hearts as markets gain around the world.
The stocks we thought would be the strongest in 2016 are now losing their footing, Cramer says.
A largely unexpected production freeze agreement between major oil-producing countries sent stocks and crude into rally mode late in the session.
Banks, retailers and restaurants should be on fire, but instead they're burning down.
Stocks return to the green and oil solidifies gains on a report that Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries reached a deal to limit production.
Government likely won't let Deutsche Bank go under no matter how much CEO denies asking for help.
Try this pre-earnings options strategy on weakness related to Deutsche Bank.
Slew of news hasn't created much action.
Negative rates are a tax masquerading as stimulus.
Deutsche Bank rises on sale of Abbey Life and denial of government bailout plan.
Jim Cramer comments on Deutsche Bank's latest woes.
A pivot to interest rate talk sank stocks during the morning session on Wednesday.
Stocks turn lower on Wednesday morning after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen triggers fears an interest rate hike could come by year's end.