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German Banks Offload “Toxic” Shipping Debt

by Jonathan Saul, Arno Schuetze (Reuters) Top national lenders Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank are stepping up efforts to offload distressed shipping loans, finance sources said, as the German banking system grapples with $100 billion in toxic debt from the sector. Show More Summary

Opening Bell: 11.16.17

Nelson Peltz wins recount (maybe); Wilbur Ross sued by former partners; Stephen Feinberg is gunning for Deutsche Bank; hot cop-on-cop action in Detroit; and more.

Breakingviews: A German Banking Merger Remains Far Off

Cerberus Capital Management’s investment in both Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank is not enough to spur a merger of the two institutions.

DEUTSCHE BANK: Something 'very unusual' is happening in markets

The S&P 500 has not fallen by 3% to 5% for about a year, and could soon break its record for such a streak. But those kinds of pullbacks could resume next year, says Binky Chadha, Deutsche Bank's chief strategist. He sees stocks resuming their rally after such a drop in 2018. Show More Summary

Opening Bell: 11.9.17

The sad, strange story of Deutsche Bank; banks are ditching the Fed; Cohn on taxes; millennials are (you guessed it!_ killing the very foundation of financial capitalism; sheep like Obama; and more.

John Cryan Tells Deutsche Bank Employees That There Are Far Too Many Of Them

The most beloved boss in finance is ready to replace about half of his people with robots.

What Risk: Deutsche Bank Ramps Up Loans Business In Desperate Scramble For Profit

We have some sympathy for John Cryan, but only to the extent that he has the near impossible task of putting the biggest German bank back on a sound footing regaining market share and generating some elusive revenue growth: a virtually impossible task as long as Europe is choked by NIRP. Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank CEO Cryan hints technology could destroy thousands of jobs at the bank

Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan hints that the bank could cut thousands more jobs. He said in an interview that the bank's headcount is significantly larger than most competitors. The bank is set to use technology to cut costs and battle...Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank Enters the Economic Fringe, Considers “End of Fiat Money”

By ValueWalk – Fiat currencies have had nearly a 46 year run of success. But with cryptocurrencies “all the rage,” what Deutsche Bank Strategists Jim Reid and Craig Nicol call “inherently unstable” fiat currency system without any.....

Deutsche Asks A Stunning Question: "Is This The Beginning Of The End Of Fiat Money?"

One month ago, Deutsche Bank's unorthodox credit analyst, Jim Reid published a phenomenal report, one which just a few years ago would have been anathema, as it dealt with two formerly taboo topics: is a financial crisis coming (yes),...Show More Summary

Here Is Another Thing "The Market Has Never Done Before"

In this historic, for global markets, year we are fast running out of things "the market has never done before." For today's entry we go to Deutsche Bank's Jim Reid who looks at the S&P's performance in the month of October, and writes...Show More Summary

"Both Cannot Be Right" - The Yield Curve's Ominous Message: Something Is Very Broken

Two weeks ago, Deutsche Bank's credit analyst Aleksandar Kocic explained that with the yield curve becoming increasingly flatter, the Fed has roughly two more rate hikes left before it loses control as the curve first flattens completely and eventually inverts, a precursor to virtually every historical recession. Show More Summary

"What Happens When The Market Can No Longer Pretend": Charting Today's Minsky Moment Dynamics

Back in July, Deutsche Bank's derivative strategist Aleksandar Kocic believed he had found the moment the market broke, which he defined as a terminal dislocation between market and economic policy uncertainty: as he wrote 4 months ago,...Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank doubles its income

INTERNATIONAL - Deutsche Bank says net income for the third quarter more than doubled as the bank cuts costs and works past fines and settlements stemming from past misconduct. Net income has risen to 649 million ( R10.86 billion) from 278m a year ago. Show More Summary

What Pain DB

Deutsche Bank’s CEO John Cryan warned that the bank’s quarterly results for Q3 would be no better than those produced in the two disappointing quarters prior. He has been proved by the bank’s reported results to have been optimistic....Show More Summary

Some Americans are already showing signs of maxing out on debt

Rising US household net worth and lower debt levels relative to income mask sharp underlying inequalities "Balance sheets have become more fragile for the lower part of the income distribution," Deutsche Bank says. All parts of the income...Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank Trading Revenue Plunges 30% As CEO’s Time Running Out

Deutsche Bank’s Q3 2017 revenues were €6.78 billion, below market expectations of €6.88 billion. The share price fell 2.7% shortly after the European market open. The problem – like the previous quarter - was a bigger-than-expected drop in trading revenues. Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank: "Has the music stopped playing?"

Deutsche Bank Strategist Alan Ruskin argues that the mood for risk appetite in the markets is shifting. Ruskin references infamous 2007 "We're still dancing" quote from Citi CEO Chuck Prince. The developing fiscal story in the US will...Show More Summary

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