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Deutsche Bank plans to scale back in U.S. government-bond trading and in global stock trading, providing an opportunity for Wall Street titans JPMorgan, Citigroup, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to steal a bigger share of the market, according to brokerage firm KBW.
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Here's what you must know as Wall Street prepares for another busy day of corporate earnings.
U.S. stock futures suggest Wall Street will open with modest gains on Thursday; Facebook posts a blowout quarter; Amazon and Microsoft to report earnings; Ford is no longer a car company.
Rising oil prices, surging bond yields and mixed earnings forecasts have stalled overnight gains for global stocks and pulled U.S. equity futures into the red ahead of another hectic slate of corporate reports.
Deutsche Bank is planning big investment bank job cuts, as well as a smaller balance sheet, as Germany's biggest lender re-sizes its global business under new CEO Christian Sewing.
Deutsche Bank earlier this month named CEO Christian Sewing to replace John Cryan, after three straight years of net losses totaling more than $10 billion and an erosion of market share in its once-dominant investment-banking and trading unit.
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Stocks rise Monday following tweets from Donald Trump that appeared to indicate the U.S. was softening its approach in its trade battle with China.
Markets around the globe last week were tumultuous after both China and the U.S. proposed tariffs on imported goods as investors weigh whether the countries will come to the table to negotiate an end to the spat.
U.S. stock futures rise Monday following indications that Donald Trump was softening his approach toward China; Deutsche Bank ousts CEO John Cryan; Novartis buys AveXis; Facebook to notify users whose data may have been shared with Cambridge Analytica.
'It does not need saying that we want to and have to become profitable again. And for that we need to be successful, that's our lifeline,' Sewing said in a memo to employees Monday.
Just days after adding new members to its board, Deutsche Bank replaced CEO John Cryan and named Christian Sewing, who co-led the private and commercial bank, to take over.
China on Friday said it would counter Trump's proposed new tariffs 'to the end, and at any cost'
U.S. stock futures slide Friday as Wall Street's fears of an all-out trade war with China are reignited; investors digest the March jobs report; Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg admits ad revenue could be hit.
It could be an interesting end to the week. Here are the stories you must know Friday.
Cryan has said he is committed to the role, but chairman Paul Achleitner has reportedly being holding talks with successors.
John Thain, who was also CEO of the New York Stock Exchange and President and Chief Operating Officer of Goldman Sachs GS, is currently a member of the board of directors of Uber Technologies.
Deutsche Bank announced today its appointment as depositary bank for NASDAQ-listed Level III American Depositary Receipt Program of Bilibili Inc.
Deutsche Bank announced today its appointment as depositary bank for NYSE-listed Level III American Depositary Receipt Program of OneSmart International Education Group Limited.
Deutsche Bank announced today its appointment as depositary bank for NYSE-listed Level III American Depositary Receipt Program of GreenTree Hospitality Group Ltd.
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