Three wins in last four starts. Sensational.
Deutsche Bank downwardly revises year-end target for local sharemarket after correction.
The US economy is rolling along. In a note to clients following the market close on Thursday, Deutsche Bank economist Torsten Sløk, who has been notably bullish on the US economy over the last year, circulated a chart showing that when you look at R&D spending trends, the economy appears solid. Show More Summary
David Bianco, head equity strategist at Deutsche Bank, says that he’s troubled by the big price disconnects many big exchange-traded funds experienced in Monday’s selloff. Dozens of stock ETFs saw their prices plunge far below the values of the indexes they’re designed to track. Some ETF sellers could have received trades executed at prices 20%, 30% or […]
I found this chart of the VVIX index via Torsten Sløk of Deutsche Bank Securities. It is quite fascinating. If you are unfamiliar with the VVIX, it is a measure of the volatility of the VIX (the VIX itself is a market estimate of future equity volatility). More precisely, VVIX represents the expected volatility of the 30-day forward...Read More
Blink and you missed it. With stocks surging back to green and CNBC celebrating, one could be forgiven (were on a goldfish) for believing everything is truly awesome again. However, as Deutsche Bank details, there are ten good reasons why this is far from over... Show More Summary
Stock markets around the globe are getting destroyed, and there are at least 10 reasons to think that the bloodletting isn't quite over. Deutsche Bank's David Bianco compiled and circulated a list to clients early on Friday outlining...Show More Summary
Today's dose of vile tinfoil hattery magick comes straight from the bank with the cool $55 trillion or so in derivatives, Deutsche Bank: The fragility of this artificially manipulated financial system was exposed over the last couple of days of last week. Show More Summary
Deutsche Bank Says Rout ‘Very Serious’ as Growth Outlook Dims (BBG) Great fall of China sinks world stocks, dollar tumbles (Reuters) Global Stocks Fall Sharply Amid Concerns About the Chinese Economy (WSJ) Stock Rout Spreads ThroughShow More Summary
The meltdown in global markets will weaken prospects for growth worldwide, warns a Deutsche Bank analyst. ||| Frankfurt - The meltdown in global markets is “very serious” as it will weaken prospects for growth worldwide, said Henning Gebhardt, global head of equities at Deutsche Bank AG’s asset and wealth management unit. Show More Summary
Bank searching for replacement as Singh becomes latest senior exec to depart.
Two short weeks ago, Deutsche Bank's cross-asset-class research group suggested "caution" in markets as their "seven signs" signals were flashing red. Today, there are now 13 'cautionary' indicators - up from the 10 previously as the red caution flag just got red-er... And for some context... it's been a while since we 'corrected'... Source: Deustche Bank
A few weeks back, Deutsche Bank revised its solar forecast for India up from 14 GW by 2020 to a promising 34 GW by 2020, which was in line what Bridge To India had proposed (31 GW by 2019), while the Indian government itself is chasing a target of 100 GW by 2022. Show More Summary
If it's a day ending in 'y,' the German bank is forking over money related to an employee's elastic view of the law.
Shares of data visualization software maker Qlik Technologies (QLIK) today rose 99 cents, or 2.5%, to close at $41.18, after Deutsche Bank‘s Karl Keirstead raised his rating on the shares to Buy from from Hold, and hiked his price target to $50 from $42, after meeting with the company recently and hearing “a more confident-than-expected tone from QLIK.” That, coupled [...]
"These comments may give some comfort but it does feel there's a lot more to come on this story over the weeks ahead." That’s from Deutsche Bank’s Jim Reid and the reference is to a "forceful" PBoC press conference held overnight atShow More Summary
One of the consensuses in financial markets is that the US Federal Reserve is planning a rate hike, most likely in September. China's devaluation made that just a little less certain, meaning the era of cheap money could last bit longer. Show More Summary
Watchdog concerned about magnitude of attempted forex manipulation at large banks such as Deutsche.
The US Department of Justice recently launched an investigation into the activities of Deutsche Bank on the suspicion of money laundering and violation of anti-Russian sanctions, DWN wrote.
Sometimes it’s not worth it for creditors to seize collateral when a deal goes bad. Just ask Deutsche Bank, or any of the other investment banks which would have been forced to book billions in mark-to-market losses on Canadian asset-backed...Show More Summary