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Stocks hold lower by midday Monday as Wall Street's attention shifts to the looming presidential debate from central bank policy.
Jim Cramer says Deutsche Bank has misread its legal issues with the U.S. Justice Department.
Stocks are lower Monday as Wall Street's attention shifts to the looming presidential debate from central bank policy.
If the market is looking to correct, election worries are a convenient excuse.
Lindsey Group Analyst Peter Boockvar told CNBC that the prevailing culture of negative interest rates in Europe is damaging banks that operate out of the continent.
If Deutsche Bank was looking for help with paying its $14 billion fine, it will have to go somewhere else besides German Chancellor Angela Merkel's office.
Deutsche Bank (DB) has played its hand entirely wrong as it attempts to negotiate a fine with the Justice Department, Jim Cramer says.
U.S. stocks moved lower ahead of Monday's first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Investors are worried Deutsche Bank doesn't have enough capital to cover the $14 billion fine it faces from the U.S. Justice Department.
Pressure mounts on Germany's largest bank as Focus magazine reports Chancellor Merkel refused to mediate in negotiations over a $14 billion DoJ fine and rules out financial aid.
Stock futures fall on Monday as Wall Street's attention shifts from central bank policy to the looming presidential debate.
Trump and Clinton take center stage and square off Monday night while Deutsche Bank won't be getting any help from Angela Merkel.
Goldmans Sachs cuts Lloyds' target price to 50 pence.
U.S. stock futures fall ahead of the presidential debate Monday between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump; Deutsche Bank shares plummet; Germany's Lanxess to buy Chemtura.
A trio of indicators from research institute Ifo runs counter to weak recent purchasing managers' indices and industrial output numbers.
The German lender hits new lows after reports that the German government will not offer it state aid to help with looming fines.
The struggling German bank is looking for Goldman Sachs-like penalties for its pre-crisis dealings.
Société Générale, Deutsche Bank among biggest losers.
Banks involved in scandals have paid large fines, but there has also been a lack of accountability among the companies' senior management.
The Bank of England says it will keep a tight rein on regulation and that profitability of U.K. lenders remains under pressure due in large part to misconduct costs.
The stock is on the verge of another breakdown, and the bank will likely be bailed out.
Despite the bank's shellacking in the court of public opinion, Wells Fargo still boasts durable strengths and the stock is up this week.
Once the Fed and BOJ are out of the way there should be some opportunities to be more aggressive.
The regulations put in place since the financial crisis do indeed work.
Oil bounces back, German producer price data point to a continued low inflation outlook.