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Here's How Every Major Asset Class Has Performed So Far In 2014

From Deutsche Bank's "The House View" slide deck comes this chart of the winners and losers of the market in 2014 to date. The colored bars are year-to-date total returns, while the black diamonds are returns since September 18, the pre-sell-off peak. Show More Summary

Here's A Slide From A Wall Street Presentation That Should Scare The Crap Out Of You

This is one of the first slides from Deutsche Bank's "The House View" slide deck on the current state of the world. A couple of things to note here: Deutsche thinks that both a renewed European crisis and a Chinese hard landing are relatively likely and relatively significant. Show More Summary

A.M. Funds Roundup: Premiums for A-Share ETF; Beware the Dollar Consensus

Links to the best reading in fund investing Deutsche Bank Asset Management‘s flagship ETF that holds China A-shares (and others that meet similarly strong demand) are likely to see share creation limits — and big premiums — for years to come — Chris Dieterich, Barron’s Everybody is bullish on the dollar: Beware — Delphine Strauss, [...]

This Is Not A Low-Wage Recovery — It's A Medium-To-Low-Wage Recovery

What is the true state of wage-growth in America? On Monday, we posted a chart from Deutsche Bank's Torsten Slok showing that both high and mid-wage job growth have vastly out-paced low-wage growth. A little later, we got an email from...Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank's Modest Proposal To Central Banks: "Purchase The Gold Held By Private Households"

From the bank that a few days ago informed us that "People Are Talking About Helicopter Money And Debt Cancellation Being The End Game", comes the logical next step. Here it is, without commentary and the key section highlighted: From...Show More Summary

No Country Comes Close To Buying Back Stock Like The US

The S&P 500 continues to close at new record highs as US stocks continue to be outperformers in the world markets. Deutsche Bank's Binky Chadha reminds us that earnings growth has been relatively strong in the US. Furthermore, investors...Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank: "People Are Talking About Helicopter Money And Debt Cancellation Being The End Game"

If Deutsche Bank's Jim Reid is right, what just took place overnight from the PBOC is just a pleasant start and an enjoyable dress rehearsal of what is about to take place. Where it ends is precisely where we have said it would ever since QE1 was announced in March 2009. Show More Summary

Frontrunning: November 20

Banks Had Unfair Advantage From Commodity Units (Bloomberg) Report Notes Deals Between Goldman, Deutsche and Others Drove Up Aluminum Prices (WSJ) Goldman, Morgan Stanley Commodity Heyday Gone as Units Faulted (BBG) - because when you can no longer manipulate, you move on... Show More Summary

Senior Citi Banker Found Dead In Bathtub With Slashed Throat

The dust has barely settled on the latest high profile banker suicide in which Deutsche Bank's associate general counsel, and former SEC regulator, Charlie Gambino was found dead, having hung himself by the neck from a stairway banister,...Show More Summary

Write-Offs: 11.17.14

$$$ Icahn: ‘Major correction’ in the next few years [Reuters] $$$ Goldman, JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley Executives to Be Questioned at Commodities Hearing [Dealbook] $$$ Deutsche Bank Ends Most CDS Trade [WSJ] $$$ Whale Rock Capital Management,...Show More Summary

Deutsche’s CoCo buyers are not totally irrational

Bank debt that turns into equity when shares are losing value hardly sounds appealing, but the German lender has sold a $1.5 bln tranche of it at a relatively low spread. Why? There’s a 7.5 pct yield, and ECB bond-buying creates scarcity while EU stress tests give comfort.

Tidings of Comfort and… Low Rates.

The secret’s out: Luxembourg sent “comfort letters” to 300 companies and slashed their tax bills. The companies include Pepsi, AIG, Ikea, FedEx, and Deutsche Bank. The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists review leaked...Show More Summary

Here Comes the Sun: America's Solar Boom, in Charts

Last week, an energy analyst at Deutsche Bank came to a startling conclusion: By 2016, solar power will be as cheap or cheaper than electricity from the conventional grid in every state except three. That's without any changes to existing policy. Show More Summary

Apple to hold investor call for first-time bond offering in euros - report

Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Apple are expected to host a call with investors today, arranging for a new blockbuster bond deal that will come at least party in euros, according to a new report.

Apple Reportedly Planning for Investor Call Today Ahead of New Bond Sale

Apple is planning to hold an investor call today ahead of a potential bond sale, reports The Wall Street Journal. A banker working on the deal says that Apple may begin issuing bonds in Euros, as Deutsche Bank AG and Goldman Sachs Group are said to be arranging the call.Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs Inc. Show More Summary

Apple Plans Investor Call Ahead Of A Potential Bond Sale - WSJ

(Reuters) - Apple Inc is planning an investor call on Monday ahead of a potential bond sale, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing a banker working on the deal. Deutsche Bank AG and Goldman Sachs Group Inc are arranging the call, the newspaper reported. Show More Summary

The Abatement Gap

Results of a recent modeling exercise by the Columbia Climate Center in a collaborative project with Deutsche Bank Climate Change Advisors indicate that the combined impact of more than 350 energy and emissions policies in place across the world fails to reach, by 2020, an emission trajectory consistent with stabilizing atmospheric levels of CO2 at [...]

Deutsche Bank Is In Trouble

Germany's flagship bank is in trouble. Some is of its own making. HAMLET, Shakespeare's Danish prince, may blame "the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune" for his plight, but those watching often conclude that indecisiveness lies...Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank Posts $117 Million Loss as Legal Costs Mount

``The bank, Germany's largest, reported a net loss of 92 million euros, or about $117 million, compared with a profit of €51 million in the third quarter of 2013. Profit in the quarter had been expected to suffer after Deutsche Bank said last week that it had set aside an additional €894 million to cover legal costs.''

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