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Deustche Bank's biggest investors, China's HNA, has lowered its stake in the German lender shortly after its third consecutive annual loss.
Deutsche Bank shares have fallen some 18% since Germany's biggest bank flagged another annual loss last month, slumping to a three-month low Friday after a steeper-than-expected 2017 decline.
Case is latest against major international financial institutions to be settled.
U.S. regulators reportedly will fine European lenders for manipulation in futures market.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq finished at record highs for the fifth straight day.
Stocks turn mixed on Monday as investors hold back from extending the recent global market rally following the best start to a new year in more than a decade.
U.S. Stocks could start the week in rare cautious form Monday after the best start to a new trading year in more than a decade.
Deutsche Bank's woes continued Monday as investors dumped shares in Germany's biggest bank following another profit warning linked to its lucrative trading and markets division.
Deutsche Bank will book at $1.8 billion charge linked to the Republican-led overhaul of the U.S. tax code and cautioned that weak trading will hit its fourth quarter earnings.
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Deutsche Bank today announced that its New York Branch, Deutsche Bank New York (DBNY), and its subsidiary Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas (DBTCA) have raised their prime lending from 4.
The Federal Reserve raised rates three times this year, the most since before the 2008 financial crisis, and is on track for further increases next year with economic growth solid, unemployment at a 17-year low and inflation subdued.
Shares are trading at the top of a big trading range.
You're wrong if you think the Fed won't be raising interest rates Wednesday, say economists.
Doug Jones' surprise victory in the special Senate election in Alabama deals a blow to Donald Trump's legislative agenda.
Economic data look great. Growth is solid, unemployment is at a 17-year low and stubbornly low inflation is rising. So the Fed is justified in raising rates -- including a likely hike at a meeting on Wednesday. But Bank of America is reminding investors that a rate-hiking cycle is rarely painless.
European bank stocks rallied the most in seven months Friday after new capital rules boosted optimism for future earnings potential.
U.S. stocks likely will drift lower Wednesday as investors eye bond market developments and tech-sector weakness.
U.S. stocks are expected to open weaker Wednesday as tech sector weakness and a mini bond market rally keep a lid on gains heading into the final trading weeks of a record year.
Tech sector weakness continues to dominate news flow but markets are grinding higher amid tax cut optimism and solid global growth.
Tech sector weakness likely will weigh on the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 but investor rotation into banks could take the Dow to new highs.
Grab a cup of coffee and sit down; here's everything you need to know before you kick off Tuesday's trading.
Multiple media reports suggest Deutsche Bank has been subpoenaed in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russia meddling in the 2016 Presidential election.
U.S. stock futures are mixed Tuesday, with Nasdaq futures lower, suggesting investors are rotating out of tech stocks.
U.S. equity futures point to another record-setting day on Wall Street as global investors cheer the advance of Republican tax reform proposals in the Senate.
All three indices soared after the GOP tax bill was voted onto the Senate floor.
Federal Reserve officials are questioning whether the central bank's 2% inflation target should be reconsidered.
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