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India Is About To Bump China As The World's Most Exciting Emerging-Market Growth Story

Growth roles have reversed among the world's two most exciting emerging markets. Here's the latest chart from Deutsche Bank economist Torsten Sløk. It shows growth forecasts for India increasing as China slows down, with the former surpassing...Show More Summary

The Amount Americans Are Driving Hasn't Surged Like This In 10 Years (DIA, SPY, QQQ, TLT, IWM, USO, OIL)

Americans haven't ramped up their driving habits like this in 10 years. According to analyst Mike Baker at Deutsche Bank, the number of miles driven by Americans increased 2% in the three months ending in November, the fastest increase...Show More Summary

A Few Hedge Funds Actually Killed It Betting On The Swiss Franc

When the Swiss National Bank unexpectedly removed Swiss franc's peg to the euro last week, the change made a hit investors hard. Really hard. To recap, Citigroup and Deutsche Bank both lost about $150 million each when the franc soared in value. Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank's Most Cynical Take On Draghi's QE Yet: Buy European Stocks Even Though QE Will "Prevent Improvements"

For the most succinct, and most cynical, take on yesterday's ECB QE announcement we go to Deutsche Bank which 7 years after the grand money printing experiment started, has thrown in the towel on spinning the now annual CTRL-P ritual, and - in a nutshell - says: QE will fail to do anything but boost stocks, so may as well buy stocks. Show More Summary

Here Are The Owners Of European Sovereign Debt (EUR, USD, DIA, SPY, QQQ, TLT, IWM)

The European Central Bank just announced a €60 billion per month bond buying program. Following this announcement, Deutsche Bank economist Torsten Slok circulated an email with the following chart, showing who own the debt of some of...Show More Summary

Why Deutsche Bank's Solar Projections Don't Fit Australia

Deutsche Bank is projecting a potential reduction in solar costs of around 40% in the next two years. I’m excited to hear this news and don’t want to rain on anyone's parade, however, I think it’s really important to look at them in the context of local market conditions to understand how probable they are. read more

Deutsche Bank's Guide For How To Sound Like The 'Ultimate Davos Hipster' (DB)

The word's most powerful players and influences are hanging out at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The attendees are an impressive group — to say the least — so things could get pretty intimidating. Fortunately, Deutsche...Show More Summary

Bank Losses From Swiss Currency Surprise Seen Mounting

``Citigroup, the world's biggest currencies dealer, lost more than $150 million at its trading desks, a person with knowledge of the matter said last week. Deutsche Bank lost $150 million and Barclays less than $100 million, people familiar...Show More Summary

The ECB Will Fail Given The "History Lessons Of US And Japan", Warns Deutsche Bank

Recall that the stated purpose behind the reason why Mario Draghi's ECB is about to launch a European government debt monetization program ranging between EUR500 and 1000 billion is to halt deflation, spark credit creation and rekindle inflation. Show More Summary

Postbank Head Favors Stock Market Sale: Magazine

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The chief executive of Deutsche Bank's retail arm Postbank strongly advocates having Deutsche sell a large portion of Postbank's shares on the stock market rather than to another bank, a German magazine reported on Saturday. Show More Summary

The Swiss Franc Smacked Deutsche Bank Hard

As the dust settles from Thursday's surprise decision to unpeg the Swiss franc from the euro — which blasted the franc up higher — we're beginning to see the damage that was done. According to the Wall Street Journal, Detusche Bank lost $150 million on the move. Show More Summary

"Volatile Volatility"

From Deutsche Bank's Jim Reid My favourite quote from yesterday was from Citigroup's CFO who when discussing their results said they were suffering from "volatile volatility". This reminded us of Donald Rumsfeld famous "known unknowns" remarks a few years back. Show More Summary

NFIB points to upward pressure on wages

From Torsten Slok, Deutsche Bank: The next ECI will be released on Jan 30 and the NFIB data that just came out points to more upward pressure, see chart below. Also, remember that the wage data used in the Fed’s FRBUS model of the US economy is the employment cost index and not average hourly...Read More

Exclusive: Deutsche Bank Mulls Retail Float, Tie With Foreign Banks - Source

By Kathrin Jones and Thomas Atkins FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank is considering splitting off its retail division and listing it on the stock exchange should German lawmakers approve measures forcing banks to isolate risky trading activities, a person with knowledge of the discussions said. Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank study finds Hadoop rapidly gaining enterprise traction

New data from Deutsche Bank Group AG suggests that the explosive adoption of Hadoop will have a tangible impact on enterprise technology spending in 2015. The research counters some recent dour assessments of Hadoop’s enterprise-readiness and should put a smile … Continue reading ?

Deutsche Bank Predicts Solar Grid Parity In 80% Of Global Market By 2017

Originally published on RenewEconomy. Investment bank Deutsche Bank is predicting that solar systems will be at grid parity in up to 80 per cent of the global market within 2 years, and says the collapse in the oil price will do little to slow down the solar juggernaut. Show More Summary

Layoffs Watch ’15: Deutsche Bank, Maybe

The Germans are currently mulling over the idea of asking a number of employees to mosey on out of the building and not come back. Deutsche Bank AG is weighing options such as job cuts and the sale of assets, including its Postbank consumer-lending...Show More Summary

IBM: Massive Re-Org Coming? Jefferies, Deutsche Cut Estimates, Targets

Shares of International Business Machines (IBM) are down $2.27, or 1.4%, at $156.84, following two price target cuts today, one from Jefferies & Co.’s James Kisner, cutting his target to $130 from $144, and Deutsche Bank’s Sherri Scribner, who cut her target to $165 from $180, both of them warning of pressure on Q4 results [...]

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