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The good news is that there are signs of stock picking working well again.
Price of gold should benefit more from 'crisis' at Deutsche Bank.
Deutsche Bank shares hit a new low as the fallout from its $14 billion fine continues to weigh on the stock.
Deutsche Bank needs a good settlement with the government or it will have to raise capital, says Jim Cramer.
U.S. stocks come off highs, but stay in the green in relief following the first presidential debate.
The end of the quarter is approaching and might impact action in individual names.
Social media won the night as the first presidential debate of the 2016 election was the most tweeted ever.
There are some macro issues out there creating headwinds.
My Takeaways and Observations A good day for the dark side. Sell in September or Get Dismembered (Part Trois!). Those bulls who were self-confident last Wednesday couldn't be seen today ... or Friday. Predictable. Regardless of the winner, my ...
Follow Gundlach's lead and lighten up on financials.
I wrote recently that I respectfully disagree with the TV "talking heads" who are endorsing bank stocks right now, citing the fact that: -- "The 2s/10s spread (yield curve) is narrowing. It is now down to 84 basis points compared to 95 basis points ...
I'm even staying away from the appealing stocks.
DB's technicals look weak, but so do those of major U.S. banks.
The struggling German bank is looking for Goldman Sachs-like penalties for its pre-crisis dealings.
Jim Cramer says Deutsche Bank has misread its legal issues with the U.S. Justice Department.
If the market is looking to correct, election worries are a convenient excuse.
If Deutsche Bank was looking for help with paying its $14 billion fine, it will have to go somewhere else besides German Chancellor Angela Merkel's office.
There are numerous endorsements by talking heads of bank stocks these days. I respectfully disagree. Here are reasons why: The 2s/10s spread (yield curve) is narrowing. It is now down to 84 basis points compared to 95 basis points 10 days ago. Mor...
U.S. stocks moved lower ahead of Monday's first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Investors are worried Deutsche Bank doesn't have enough capital to cover the $14 billion fine it faces from the U.S. Justice Department.
Trump and Clinton take center stage and square off Monday night while Deutsche Bank won't be getting any help from Angela Merkel.
"I have a bunch of things I would like to short. ... There will be all sorts of trouble but it's not today's problems as there is no point focusing on it." -- Bill Fleckenstein Never forget this: In a market dominated by volatility-trending and risk...
The stock is on the verge of another breakdown, and the bank will likely be bailed out.
Once the Fed and BOJ are out of the way there should be some opportunities to be more aggressive.
The regulations put in place since the financial crisis do indeed work.
The two canaries in the coal mine are singing today -- namely, Deutsche Bank and Sears Holdings . Be forewarned.