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The wage growth debate is over

It's been settled: wage growth is here. In his latest monthly chart book, Deutsche Bank's Torsten Sløk includes these six slides, which capture the coming growth in wages, which is the most important trend in the economy. Since the financial crisis, wage growth and inflation have been subdued. Show More Summary

The whole US housing recovery in one chart (XHB)

The housing recovery is about one thing: renters. Via Deutsche Bank's Torsten Sløk, this chart tells the whole story of the recovery. But the trend could look set to change: household formation is booming as Sløk asks if millennials are finally moving out of their parents' basement. Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank asks what you'd think of the Heinz-Kraft merger if Gordon Gekko, not Warren Buffett, did the deal (KRFT, BRKA, BRKB)

Deutsche Bank just sort of kind of compared Warren Buffett to Gordon Gekko. Gekko, played by Michael Douglas in the 1987 film "Wall Street," infamously told shareholders of the fictional Teldar Paper company that "Greed is good." And...Show More Summary

Who's Behind All of the Wars?

Image by Terry Robinson Bankers hate peace … Lee Fang reports: The possibility of an Iran nuclear deal depressing weapons sales was raised by Myles Walton, an analyst from Germany’s Deutsche Bank, during a Lockheed earnings call this past January 27. Show More Summary

Deutsch NY Imagines Fairytale Wedding for PNC

Deutsch New York created a lavishly-produced spot for PNC Bank, launching a new campaign entitled “Know.” The 90-second ad depicts a father imagining his daughter’s dream wedding, followed by the message, “Know you can save today, for...Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank has a plan to turn itself into Goldman Sachs

Deutsche Bank has a lot of problems right now. The US wing of the German-based bank recently failed its Federal Reserve stress test, and it needs to boost capital levels fast. That's why the bank is considering exiting retail banking...Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank’s long round trip

The German bank spent two decades expanding massively into the capital markets business. Along the way, it lost touch with its original mission of serving German businesses and their owners, without finding a viable new one. The crisis has spurred a return to traditional values.

German Equities Up 40% Over Past Five Months

German stocks have increased 40% over the past five months. Combined with the euro depreciation and lower oil prices it all points to more upside risk to the economic outlook for Europe. Source: Torsten Sløk, Deutsche Bank Research

47% of American households save nothing

This could be the scariest chart in the world, from Deutsche Bank's Torsten Sløk. Nearly half of American households don't save any of their money. If it it isn't obvious, this has a broad range of implications. People who don't save won't have any buffer should the economy turn and they lose their jobs. Show More Summary

Opening Bell: 3.24.15

Deutsche Bank may cut 20% of investment bank; Greek blackmail; The latest NYC hotspot if you like to be monetarily "taken advantage of"; Women execs = $$$; "Real life Human Torch runs 645 feet while on fire"; and more.

Write-Offs: 3.23.15

Money going to Janus but not Bill Gross; Michael Lewis tries not to think about the markets too much; Warren Buffett likes America; Deutsche Bank CEOs take paycut; Dad shoots son, but not fatally, for finishing orange juice; and mor...

America is saving — not spending — its gas savings

The price of gas plummeted in late 2014 and economists were talking about all the ways Americans would spend their extra gas savings. It turns out, they're just saving it. A note from Deutsche Bank on Monday notes that December retail sales beat expectations, but figures for both January and February have declined. Show More Summary

Deutsche faces new Libor probe in US

Deutsche Bank stands accused of rigging the Libor interest rate by state of New York.

Opening Bell: 3.23.15

Deutsche Bank in Libor probe; Greece to meet with Germany; Cash leaving Eurozone; "When the 13-Year-Old Picks a $14 Million Condo"; Nuns Gone Wild; and more.

Deutsche Bank weighs strategy options

Germany’s largest bank is considering three options to revamp its strategy, according to reports. ||| Frankfurt - Deutsche Bank AG, Germany’s largest bank, is weighing three options to revamp its strategy, according to reports by Reuters and Sueddeutsche Zeitung. Show More Summary

Germany: Deutsche Bank bosses get less

Deutsche Bank, which runs Europe’s biggest investment bank, cut co-chief executive Anshu Jain and Juergen Fitschen’s compensation 11 percent for 2014 after the stock was the worst performer last year among global banks. ||| DEUTSCHEShow More Summary

New York regulator Lawsky aims at Deutsche Bank over Libor: FT

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Benjamin Lawsky, New York state's financial services regulator, has added himself to the regulators investigating Deutsche Bank AG for manipulation of the Libor benchmark borrowing rate, the Financial Times reported on Sunday, citing unnamed sources. Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank revamp plan to hit retail hardest: sources

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank's retail operations will bear the brunt of its planned restructuring and will most likely be spun off in a stock market listing, two sources familiar with internal discussions at Germany's biggest bank said on Saturday. Show More Summary

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