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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.
Cooling tensions with China aren't enough to save investors on Tuesday.
Markets sold off heavily in the final two hours of trading to close the day solidly in the red.
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams, reported to be the top pick to replace the retiring head of the New York Fed, failed to stop widespread customer abuses at Wells Fargo, the public-interest group Better Markets alleges.
With Wall Street responding to one of the strongest rallies in years, here's what you need to know premarket Tuesday.
U.S. stock futures rise and global stocks extend their rally; Novartis to sell 36.5% stake in joint venture to partner GSK for $13 billion; Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg won't face U.K. lawmakers.
Wall Street's best day in nearly three years has global stocks on the move Tuesday, with U.S.-China trade talks and a wave of late quarter M&A boosting markets around the world.
Deutsche Bank shares spiked in Frankfurt Tuesday following a report from London's Times newspaper that suggested Germany's biggest lender is actively looking to replace embattled CEO John Cryan.
Deutsche Bank shares remain stuck at a November 2016 low as investors shun European lenders amid funding cost increases, tighter regulations and questions over broader economic growth.
We'll take advantage of this opportunity to buy on weakness with our healthy cash position.
European stocks and U.S. equity futures traded lower Thursday as investors brace for the next shot in a brewing global trade war as President Donald Trump is set to unveil $50 billion in new tariffs targeted towards China's consumer technology sector.
European banks stocks slumped to a six-month low Thursday as investors react to rising funding costs and the threat of tougher oversight on a sector already lumbered with more than $1 trillion in bad loans.
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.
Deutsche Bank announced today its appointment as depositary bank for the sponsored Level I American Depositary Receipt Program of Santos Limited (OTC: SSLZY).
Deutsche shares slumped to the lowest level since the 2016 Presidential elections after it lowered the price of its asset management IPO and said that internal funding costs and a surging euro would hit the revenues at its investment banking division.
Deutsche Bank awarded nearly $3 billion in bonuses last year despite the Germany lender's third straight annual loss and a $9 billion capital injection that followed a $7.2 billion fine paid to the U.S. Department of Justice.
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