“This Is Where The Next Financial Crisis Will Come From” By Zero Hedge In an extensive, must-read report published on Monday by Deutsche Bank's Jim Reid, the credit strategist unveiled an extensive analysis of the "Next Financial Crisis",...Show More Summary
Deutsche Bank's annual Long-Term Asset Return Study focuses in 2017 on the potential cause of the next global financial crisis. Candidates include a Chinese slowdown, Brexit, and an excessively fast unwinding of the ultra loose central...Show More Summary
While "worst since Lehman" has become ubiquitous and central bankers' experimentations have left us with many "all-time" record extremes from asset values to inequality, we suspect the following chart from Deutsche Bank is about to become...Show More Summary
Autonomous pretty certain that the fall of The House of Cryan is nigh.
In an extensive, must-read report published on Monday by Deutsche Bank's Jim Reid, the credit strategist unveiled an extensive analysis of the "Next Financial Crisis", and specifically what may cause it, when it may happen, and how the world could respond assuming it still has means to counteract the next economic and financial crash. Show More Summary
Source: Torsten Sløk, Deutsche Bank Securities The mid-term elections a little more than one year away (!). Control of Congress is often indirectly correlated with the President’s popularity. Said differently, the factors that impact...Show More Summary
Good morning! Here's what you need to know. 1. Deutsche Bank's chief executive, John Cryan, faces its board this week amid growing investor frustration over the speed of his turnaround plans. Cryan, along with his top managers, is in...Show More Summary
Congrats, we're in the priciest asset market in history.
In an extensive report published this morning by Deutsche Bank's Jim Reid, the credit strategist looks at the "Next Financial Crisis", and specifically what may cause it, when it may happen, and how the world could respond assuming it still has means to counteract the next economic and financial crash. Show More Summary
Next Wednesday, the Fed is widely expected to officially launch its balance sheet reduction or "normalization" process, as a result of which it will gradually taper the amount of bonds its reinvests in the process modestly shrinking the Fed's balance sheet. Very modestly. Show More Summary
Shares of solar energy technology provider First Solar (FSLR) are up $2.36, or almost 5%, at $50.79, after Deutsche Bank’s Vishal Shah this morning raised his rating on the shares to Buy from Hold, and raised his price target to $65 from $50, citing potentially higher-than-expected demand for existing and new product. First Solar currently sells […]
It looks like two of the world's most important currencies might be reacting to politics rather than economics. The US dollar index has fallen by about 11% against a basket of its peers since US President Donald Trump's inauguration....Show More Summary
The SoFi crisis went from zero to CEO resignation pretty quick; Deutsche Bank ex-executive charged over subprime; the New York City Pizza Festival is the new Fyre Festival; and more.
Snap's advertising technology is improving, says Deutsche Bank's Lloyd Walmsley, but advertisers have been losing interest in Snapchat, based on his conversations with advertising types and Snap partners. Walmsley cut his rating on the stock from Buy to Hold and cut his price target to $17 from $20.
The dollar has been sliding since President Donald Trump's inauguration. Since January, it's lost about 11% versus a basket of its peers. But it doesn't look like the greenback will see a reversal of fortunes anytime soon, accordingShow More Summary
Deutsche Bank chief executive John Cryan has called on the European Central Bank (ECB) to change course on providing cheap money, warning he sees price bubbles in stocks, bonds and property. “The era of cheap money in Europe should come...Show More Summary
Bank of England told Deutsche Bank of "significant concern" over UK branch authorisation after Brexit. Areas of focus include the lender's crisis recovery plan and business model for UK branch, according to an internal Deutsche BankShow More Summary
Financial Times: Deutsche Bank’s chief executive John Cryan has asked colleagues to embrace their “revolutionary spirit” as employees for the bank already working “like robots” begin to be replaced by actual robots. Mr Cryan warned that a “big number” of people working for him will lose their jobs as a result. Show More Summary
Earlier today, we reported that Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan called for an end to Europe’s cheap-money policies and asked that the European Central Bank not use the strengthening euro as an excuse to keep printing money... AccordingShow More Summary
This will end well.