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Investors will be waiting to see what Deutsche Bank has to say about a settlement with the U.S. government when it reports earnings this week.
Cramer shares his views on the unkillable market. Schlumberger, Walgreens and Delta Airlines are among the stocks discussed.
Forward-looking purchasing managers' indices and earnings from beleaguered lender Deutsche Bank feature among the other release highlights.
Deutsche Bank is still struggling but it seems some are more optimistic despite recent headwinds.
Don't ignore a big shift for American Express and don't dig in your heels, says Jim Cramer.
Lufthansa leads the Frankfurt benchmark higher, with Deutsche Bank just behind on talk of Qatar support for a fundraising.
It would block the early November rally you'd expect when this big event is, at last, past us.
Shares in Europe's biggest bank hit a one-month high Thursday after Germany's Manager Magazin reports a potential capital injection from the Qatar royal family.
With Deutsche Bank and Wells Fargo making news for all the wrong reasons, are bank ETFs still a solid bet?
U.S. stocks fell lower Monday, as investors parsed a number of corporate earnings reports and oil prices decreased almost 1%.
U.S. stocks are lower Monday as investors digest a number of corporate earnings reports and oil prices decrease more than 1%.
London's FTSE 100 leads the decline across Europe as stocks and bonds fall on inflation fears.
U.S. stocks fell Monday as investors digested a number of corporate earnings reports and oil prices decreased more than 1.5%.
Shares of Deutsche Bank were slightly higher Monday on news that it is reportedly exploring shrinking its U.S. operations.
Media reports continue to drive share gains, but legal issues remain key to a sustained advance.
U.S. stocks are lower Monday as investors await a speech from Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer.
U.S. stock futures trade slightly lower Monday after a survey of manufacturing in the New York region falls further into negative territory.
Bank of America beats estimates while McDonald's will see an executive shakeup as 2 plan to retire at year-end.
Benchmark 10-year Gilt yields push past 1.16%, the highest level since the Brexit vote.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about how the outlook for the market is worsening and shares some pointers on low-priced stocks.
This will certainly put the Fed in play for a December rate hike.
The biggest negative I see right now is that so few individual stocks are acting well.
Citigroup, the U.S. lender, benefited from the Federal Reserve's decision to delay interest-rate increases, leading to gains from trading government bonds, corporate securities and currencies.
Deutsche Bank shares extend gains after solid US bank earnings boosts financial sector
Wall Street claws back from a heavy selloff earlier in the session Thursday after worries over China's economic growth fade and crude oil regains a level above $50 a barrel.
Stocks come back from lows on Thursday afternoon as crude oil regains a level above $50 a barrel and worries over China's economic growth fade.
The window may be finally opening wider in the tech IPO market after a quiet first half of the year.
The basis for HSBC's call for a 'severe fall' in stocks is pretty flimsy.