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Jim Cramer ponders how oil and math don't mix, and the fate of Wells Fargo's Stumpf.
Next week brings earnings and more on Deutsche Bank, Cramer says.
The third quarter is done and dusted and stocks came out of a volatile three-month period better for it.
Deutsche Bank made a big comeback, while crude oil added to its recent rally, leading Wall Street to clock substantial gains to end the week.
Deutsche Bank made a big comeback on Friday, while crude oil added to its recent rally, leading Wall Street to clock substantial gains to end the week.
Stocks add to gains Friday as Deutsche Bank rebounds on speculation over a settlement with U.S. authorities.
I would look at today's rally as a chance to dump the stock or get short.
Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Shawn Matthews told BloombergTV Friday that U.S. banks are fine from a solvency standpoint but that a culture of low interest rates raises questions for every bank.
An unconfirmed report that Deutsche Bank is close to a $5.4 billion deal with the DoJ, which initially wanted $14 billion for mortgage-backed securities abuse, adds zest to DAX.
Market reverses after report of settlement for Deutsche Bank (which isn't the next Lehman).
Deutsche Bank, the German lender whose shares have tumbled on speculation its capital may be too low, will struggle to survive on its own, Viola Principal David Hendler argues.
The U.S. Justice Department may not penalize Deutsche Bank as severely as expected, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer. The Obama administration would be reluctant to put the company out of business.
Lebenthal Asset Management CEO Jim Lebenthal said on CNBC Friday that he thinks the German bank is in a very dangerous position.
U.S. stocks move higher thanks to a Deutsche Bank rebound on the final day of the month and the third quarter.
Since 2000, when SPY is positive going into 4Q it has rallied 6.6% into year-end.
Strategists from JPMorgan Asset Management and Jefferies told CNBC Friday that Deutsche Bank's precarious situation isn't cause for worry in the U.S.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Deutsche Bank is very solvent, but things can go wrong.
Most banks stopped lending Donald Trump money years ago. Not Deutsche Bank. The troubled German bank has loaned him millions.
Standish Mellon Asset Management chief economist Vincent Reinhart explained why the ECB will have to step up in order to remedy the Deutsche Bank situation.
Stocks move higher on Friday as shares of Deutsche Bank rebound and Walmart leads benchmark indexes higher.
There is speculation that Deutsche Bank (DB) has worked out a settlement with the DOJ lower than the $14 billion it was rumored the bank would be fined.
Shares of Global Blood Therapeutics currently are in the bargain bin.
U.S. stocks fell Friday as investors grappled with headwinds facing Deutsche Bank.
Commerzbank CFO Stephen Engels doesn't see consolidation in Germany's banking sector in the short term.