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.
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.
Three bankers in the Swiss bank's loan-bundling unit got administrative assistants to complete required compliance training courses on their behalf. As punishment, they had to give back a portion of their 2015 bonuses.
U.S. stock futures turn lower after the Consumer Price Index in January rises more than estimates.