Deutsche Bank sold one of its less core businesses today, prompting speculation that more asset sales are on the cards at the troubled German lender as it faces the prospect of a multi-billion pound.. City A.M.
French President Francois Hollande says the European Union wants to keep working with Britain once it leaves the trade bloc, but only under "very well defined criteria."Speaking alongside German.. Newsmax Also reported by •New Zealand Herald •FOXNews.com
Sept. 28 -- Stephen Gallo, head of European FX strategy at BMO Capital, and Ian Bremmer, president and founder at Eurasia Group, discuss the challenges for Deutsche Bank, its influence on German.. Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
September 28 -- Mario Draghi is facing some of his prominent German opponents as lawmakers in Berlin get a rare chance to press him for an eventual end to record-low interest rates in the euro area... Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
September 28 -- Europe’s economic and political leader is taking a battering just as the region needs it most. With Deutsche Bank AG and Volkswagen AG facing multi-billion-dollar bills in the U.S... Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
The troubles continue for Deutsche Bank, Germany’s largest lender. Its shares again hit a new record low at one stage on Tuesday as investors fretted about how many billions it will have to pay in.. Source: euronews (in English) -
Deutsche Bank shares hit a new low Tuesday as the fallout from the $14 billion fine U.S. authorities levied against the German bank last week continues to take a toll on the stock. U.S. banking.. Source: The Street -
In what is surely the most stealthy version of Wednesday humor we have ever posted, Bloomberg reports that according to Yigit Bulut, chief adviser to Turkish President Recep Erdogan, *Turkey should.. Zero Hedge
Credit Suisse boss Tidjane Thiam has today become the latest in a list of names to warn Europe's banks are not in a healthy state.
His comments come as Deutsche Bank's share price is swinging.. City A.M.
FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) - Deutsche Bank AG (DB) denied newspaper reports that the bank asking Angela Merkel for support in talks with the U.S. over potential $14 billion fine for mis-selling of mortga... FinanzNachrichten.de
After yesterday's broad "Hillary rally" gains in the US, overnight's session has seen more risk-on sentiment as European stocks advanced, ignoring some weakness in Asia and especially Japan (Nikkei was.. Zero Hedge
*Update*: In an emailed statement, the German finance ministry told Bloomberg that the report on Deutsche Bank by German weekly Die Zeit “is incorrect" adding that "*the federal government isn’t.. Zero Hedge
Shares in Deutsche Bank rose as the market opened today, as investors reacted to a u-turn by the German Chancellor over a potential bailout of the lender.
Shares had spent most of this week falling.. City A.M.
As migrants continue to flow into Europe, certain cities across the continent have seemingly lost their ability to maintain law and order amid a surge in violent crime. The level of *violence within.. Zero Hedge
*Will John Cryan's name go down in the annals of financial history lore alongside Erin Callan, Joe Gregory, and Dick Fuld?*
Given the extreme level of denial and hubris the Deutsche Bank CEO.. Zero Hedge
Deutsche Bank shares finished flat today after an initial three per cent dip, as murmurs surfaced that the German giant might be too big to fail after all.
Shares in the lender plunged 7.5 per cent.. City A.M.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed hope on Tuesday that problems at Deutsche Bank could be solved after the lender made clear it needed no state aid with a $14 billion U.S... Reuters
A rise in US stock futures suggests investors are feeling more confident about a Clinton victory in the US election following the first candidate debate last night.
Here's what you need to know.. City A.M.
Europe's banks now pose one of the greatest threats to the future of the European Union, a former chancellor of the exchequer has said today.
Speaking at the Institute of Directors (IoD) Annual.. City A.M.
Recent discussion of possible European bank bailouts has focused on Italy. Saddled with €360bn of souring loans and enfeebled by a stagnant, over-regulated economy, a number of Italian lenders face.. City A.M.
Deutsche Bank shares plunged to a new record low today, dropping 7.5 per cent to close at €10.55, prompted by reports in Focus magazine over the weekend that German Chancellor Angela Merkel has ruled.. City A.M.