Donald Trump’s recent history with banks has been … not good. By the 2000s, the property developer and casino owner with ready access to the capital markets and the biggest New York banks was no more. A series of corporate bankruptcies...Show More Summary
Jacob Bourne, the head of Deutsche Bank’s inflation trading desk, has left the German lender, Bloomberg News’ Donal Griffin and Dakin Campbell reported Thursday. Bourne helped run the desk for less than a year, during which it came under...Show More Summary
Raw Story reports: Deutsche Bank has agreed to hand over records of its financial dealings with President Donald Trump after months of stalling and insistence that the records are confidential and privileged information. Vanity Fair‘s...Show More Summary
In a note to clients earlier this week, Deutsche Bank trimmed its price target for Amazon from $1,150 down to $1,135, on fears that the company's $12 billion Amazon Web Services cloud-computing business faces challenges ahead. Amazon...Show More Summary
Until Donald Trump came along, the Yiddish word “chutzpah” was often defined as the kid who kills his parents and throws himself on the mercy of the court as an orphan. From now on, though, it has to be Trump’s handling of a loan he got in the mid-2000s from Deutsche Bank. He was personally into […]
Deutsche Bank has agreed to hand over records of its financial dealings with President Donald Trump after months of stalling and insistence that the records are confidential and privileged information. Vanity Fair‘s Bess Levin wrote on Thursday that the German company was one of the last...
The only player missing here is Deutsche Bank...so far.
The 2016 (non) bonus season might be over, but managing directors are still saying auf wiedersehen.
From Torsten Sløk, Deutsche Bank: The all-time highs we are seeing in equity valuations is having a significant impact on corporates. One distinct feature of this rally is the steady decline in the return on equity, as seen in the flow of funds data. Show More Summary
The German lender has been one of the few major banks to work with Donald J. Trump. Its relationship with him is being reviewed by regulators.
Deutsche’s relationship with Trump and questions about hundreds of millions in loans have dogged the German bank and the White House for months, abd now, 'according to sources' reported by The Guardian, Robert Mueller’s team and Trump’s...Show More Summary
As usual, the latest news dump proves that all roads may indeed lead to Russia. According to the New York Times, investigators are looking into President Donald Trump’s relationship to Germany’s Deutsche Bank over huge loans the bank gave to Trump throughout their two decade-long...
Trump businesses are under scrutiny from regulators examining whether millions in loans pose a risk to Deutsche Bank https://t.co/6F46eLoz9A — The New York Times (@nytimes) July 20, 2017 BREAKING: Banking regulators are reviewing hundreds of millions of dollars in loans made to Trump. Show More Summary
Regulators are reviewing loans from Deutsche Bank, which is also expecting to have to share information with the authorities investigating campaign ties to Russia.
New York Times: “Banking regulators are reviewing hundreds of millions of dollars in loans made to Mr. Trump’s businesses through Deutsche Bank’s private wealth management unit, which caters to an ultrarich clientele… The regulators want to know if the loans [...]
Complacent: Contented to a fault; self-satisfied - The American Heritage Dictionary Three weeks after the volatility-obsessed Deutsche Bank derivatives expert Aleksandar Kocic went so far as to not only qualify what he said was pervasive...Show More Summary
One week after we channeled Deutsche Bank's Torsten Slok, who two years ago warned that "Canada is in serious trouble", a warning which was especially resonant after last week's rate hike by the Bank of Canada - the first since 2010 - which we argued threatens to burst Canada's gargantuan housing bubble... ... Show More Summary
Two months after the Fed fined Deutsche Bank a paltry $157 million for manipulating currency markets after the German bank's traders were found to be using "chat rooms" to rig FX trading, we learn that there was more gambling going on...Show More Summary
With both the S&P, and global stock markets, closing last week at new all time highs, it is safe to say that any and all warnings about "froth", and perhaps a bubble in the market, as Deutsche Bank characterized it last week have been ignored. Show More Summary
Some time ago, Deutsche Bank's chief international economist, Torsten Slok, presented several charts which showed that "Canada is in serious trouble" mostly as a result of its overreliance on its frothy, bubbly housing sector, but also...Show More Summary