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The Deutsche Bank KunstHalle shows a selection of works on paper from the Frieder Burda Collection

2 days agoArts : Artdaily

The Deutsche Bank KunstHalle is showing a selection of works on paper from the Frieder Burda Collection that have been rarely shown so far. The KunstHalle is presenting 113 drawings, watercolors, and goauches from 1955 to 2009 by Georg Baselitz, Willem de Kooning, Sigmar Polke, Arnulf Rainer, Neo Rauch, and Gerhard Richter. Show More Summary

The Fed Is Going To Be More Dovish In 2015

The Federal Open Market Committee will see some personnel changes in the new year that could change the way it votes. Deutsche Bank chief economist Joseph LaVorgna wrote in a note Thursday that the changes in the makeup of the FOMC will...Show More Summary

Wall Street Economists = Consistently Wrong on 10-year Rate

Torsten Sløk of Deutsche Bank Securities calls out Wall Street’s bad forecasts on the 10 year bonds:   As we leave 2014 behind, professional forecasters are once again predicting that long rates will go up next year. As the chart below shows, this has been a pattern for the past decade. The latest Fed Survey...Read More

Deutsche Bank's Top Economist Declares The 'Chart Of The Decade'

Deutsche Bank's Chief International Economist Torsten Slok circulated an email earlier today with what he declared the "chart of the decade." It's of the 10-year Treasury yield with dotted lines representing analysts' forecasts. "Wall...Show More Summary

Retailers Are Desperate To Get Cash-Strapped Americans To Spend This Holiday

Retailers are aggressively marking down merchandise in a bid to get customers this holiday. Major brands like Wal-Mart are offering far more bargains and promotions online this year than last, according to analysts at Deutsche Bank.Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank Says To Review Strategy, No Comment On Postbank Sale Report

By Thomas Atkins FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank AG said it would review its strategy in 2015 after a business magazine said it was considering major changes, possibly including the sale of its Postbank-branded retail unit and a revision of its profit targets. Show More Summary

Wal-Mart Is Quickly Catching Up To Amazon

Amazon is still cheaper than Wal-Mart, but that's changing fast. Deutsche Bank recently compared prices for 65 identical items from Amazon.com, Walmart.com, and Target.com. Amazon prices were 5% lower than Wal-Mart in the most recent...Show More Summary

DAVID BIANCO: The Stock Market Will Likely Go Down Before It Goes Up Again

Deutsche Bank's David Bianco has reaffirmed his expectation that the S&P 500 will end 2015 at 2,150. While that would represent a respectable 9% gain from today's levels, he is nevertheless one of the more bearish strategists followed...Show More Summary

Why Ford Motor Company's Nearly 5% Sell-Off Seems Silly

On Monday, Ford's stock price traded 5% lower after a Deutsche Bank downgrade, but I'm not buying the reasoning behind it.

DEUTSCHE BANK: The 10-Year Yield Is Going Under 2% (BND, IEI, IEF, TLT, BOND, DB)

Deutsche Bank says the 10-year yield is going under 2%. On Friday, the 10-year yield hit a new low for the year, closing at 2.1%. In early trade on Monday, yields were backing up some, but after a worse-than-expected Empire State manufacturing report, the 10-year was back near its closing level from Friday. Show More Summary

What Would Happen "If It Was A Free Market" - Deutsche Bank Explains

As usual, some shockers of truth and Koolaidlessness from Deutsche Bank's Jim Reid whose Credit Outlook 2015: Plate Spinning is a must read. Views (about 2015) On A Page If it was a free market and central banks were not allowed to intervene...Show More Summary

Pakistani artist Imran Qureshi exhibits at Ikon

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Ikon presents a solo exhibition by Pakistani artist Imran Qureshi, Deutsche Bank?s ?Artist of the Year? 2013. Comprising miniature paintings and site-specific installations ? including new works made for Ikon ? the exhibition is Qureshi?s first major presentation in the UK. Show More Summary

PGA Tour Tweaks Playoffs Points

THE PGA TOUR ANNOUNCED A CHANGE to the points awarded during the FedEx Cup Playoffs. PGATour.com reported: Beginning in 2015, The Barclays, Deutsche Bank Championship, BMW Championship and TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola will award 2,000 points for a victory (down from 2,500) with all other places being reduced by the same proportion. Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank, Barclays probed by New York banking regulator

The New York banking regulator is investigating if Deutsche Bank and Barclays Plc manipulated foreign exchange rates.

New York Banking Regulator Probing Barclays, Deutsche Bank's FX Algorithm: Source

By Supriya Kurane (Reuters) - The New York banking regulator is investigating if Deutsche Bank and Barclays Plc used algorithms on their trading platforms to manipulate foreign exchange rates, a source with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters. Show More Summary

Layoffs Watch ’14: Deutsche Bank

The Germans are said to have asked a number of employees to clean our their desks. Deutsche Bank eliminated or moved as many as 10 traders of credit-default swaps in London and related indexes as it trims that part of its fixed-income business amid new regulations, said people with knowledge of the matter. Show More Summary

Deutsche Bank Is Stumped: The Broad Market Is Ignoring The Bear Market In Energy, "Something Has To Give"

First the BIS came out with the following stunner when discussing markets: "The highly abnormal is becoming uncomfortably normal. Central banks and markets have been pushing benchmark sovereign yields to extraordinary lows - unimaginable just a few years back. Show More Summary

U.S. Sues Deutsche Bank Over $190 Million in Taxes

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Deutsche Bank Has No Idea What U.S. Is Talking About Re: Taxes

Federal prosecutors in Manhattan on Monday sued Deutsche Bank, claiming that it owes the United States government about $190 million in unpaid taxes, penalties and interest. Prosecutors contend the tax liability stems from a transaction that Deutsche Bank undertook 14 years ago. Show More Summary

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