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Deutsche Bank shares were marked modestly higher Monday, even as stocks around the region drifted lower, following a German media report that suggested the troubled lender could be merged with domestic rival Commerzbank.
Wake up and smell what the Fed is cooking and lower the amount of your portfolio allocated to stocks.
The real risk for Deutsche shareholders isn't a balance sheet blow-up, it is a continuing fade into oblivion.
NEW YORK, Nov. 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Pomerantz LLP is investigating claims on behalf of investors of Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft ("Deutsche Bank" or the "Company") (NYSE: DB).
Deutsche Bank stock is sinking amid a scandal...again.
The hot seat atop Deutsche Bank got a bit hotter after Thursday morning's raid on the company's Frankfurt headquarters.
Stocks ended modestly lower as Wall Street turned its attention to a weekend summit between Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
A bailout would result in shareholders and AT1 holders being wiped out.
Deutsche Bank shares plunge 71.4% since our Quant Ratings service downgraded the stock to sell in April 2013.
Jim Cramer explains why Deutsche Bank is Real Money's stock of the day.
NEW YORK, Nov. 29, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Bernstein Liebhard LLP, a nationally acclaimed investor rights law firm, is investigating potential securities fraud claims on behalf of shareholders of Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft ("Deutsche Bank" or the...
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said in a speech in New York that interest rates were now "just below" a neutral level, sending U.S. stock markets soaring. Some economists say traders may have overreacted to a "semantic" shift in verbiage.
DB's shares hit another new low overnight.
Deutsche Bank shares plunged Thursday after prosecutors in Germany raided the lender's Frankfurt headquarters as part of an ongoing probe into money laundering that has implicated several European banks over the past year.
While analysts in Europe declined to be quoted, more than one lamented the frequency with which Deutsche Bank is embroiled in controversy.
I like my odds with the Mega Millions better than buying a stock in a prolonged downtrend.
Global stocks traded mixed Thursday, with European and Asia markets riding the tailwind from last night's Federal Reserve-fulled rally on Wall Street while U.S. futures remained cautious as investors await developments from this week's make-or-break trade summit between President Donald Trump and Xi Jinping.
U.S. stock futures fall Thursday following a Federal Reserve-fueled rally in the previous session; Palo Alto Networks, VMware and Abercrombie & Fitch report earnings; Deutsche Bank's headquarters in Frankfurt are raided as part of an ongoing probe into money laundering that has implicated several European banks.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said in a speech in New York that there are currently no "dangerous excesses" in the stock market that might threaten the financial system.
Richard Clarida, the Fed's vice chairman, emphasized the need for "data dependence" in a speech on Tuesday, Nov. 27, focusing on economic growth, inflation and the unemployment rate.
Traders in futures markets now see a 34% chance of that the Federal Reserve will raise U.S. interest rates two times by next March, down from 49% just a month ago, FactSet data show.
European stocks traded notably lower Thursday, although volumes were low owing to the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday, as investors took a cautious stance ahead of a key weekend summit on Brexit and the ongoing budget standoff between Rome and Brussels.
Deutsche Bank shares traded lower in Frankfurt Thursday following a report from a German business magazine in which Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat dismissed the prospects of a tie-up with the troubled European lender.
Deutsche Bank shares jumped higher Thursday it confirmed that activist investor Hudson Executive Capital LP has taken a stake in Germany's biggest lender just days after disappointing third quarter earnings that helped drag the stock to a fresh all-time low.
Global stocks inched higher Thursday as investors looked to put the worst month for equity markets in at least two years behind them even as most of the headline risks that drove markets lower through the month October, including U.S.-China trade concerns, rising interest rates and slow economic growth, remain firmly entrenched in sentiment.
Global stocks gained Monday, with U.S. equity futures pointing to a positive start to the trading week, amid a collection of political and economic risks that. alongside slowing U.S. corporate earnings, cloud the near-term outlook for risk markets ahead of next week's mid-term elections in the United States.
Global stocks rebounded modestly Wednesday, as new moves to support the Chinese economy boosted markets in Asia and solid corporate profits lifted Europe shares higher at the opening bell, but investors remain sensitive to the U.S. earnings story amid signs of a slowing world economy and rising equity volatility ahead of some key tech-sector reports later this week.
Deutsche Bank shares continued to test their all-time lows Wednesday, even as management at Germany's biggest lender insisted their turnaround plan would swing the bank into profit, after stronger-than-expected third quarter earnings failed to offset a patchy full-year outlook.
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