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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.
Deutsche Bank should stop negotiating a settlement to its mortgage misdeeds in the press, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer
The bank's shares are taking a hit after the Justice Department proposes a $14 billion settlement.
"It is important to note that the European banking system is much more leveraged than that of the United States. Oversight and regulation are weaker and EU banks play a greater role in their economies, as they are far larger relative to European GDP...
U.S. stocks moved lower Friday following a rise in consumer prices, a sign that strengthens the Federal Reserve's case for a near-term rate hike.
Deutsche Bank shares sunk on Friday, after the Justice Department asked the bank to pay $14 billion in fines for mortgage-related activities stemming back to the financial crisis.
Deutsche Bank has 'no intent' of paying the Justice Department $14 billion and Apple's latest iPhone models hit the market.
Lack of confidence in central banks is the obvious catalyst for a correction.
Ironically, the Brexit vote may contribute to saving Germany's biggest bank.
Apple says all colors of the iPhone 7 plus model are sold out and the jet black 7 is sold out.
No single European bank has managed what the U.S. bank has achieved.
Lease promotion and credit line will help, but 'execution risk' remains.
Lack of drama and big measures could signal that things are working well.
Europe is worth a look as the Fed gets ready to raise interest rates.
What now looks like a technicality could hurt European banks' shares.
The fragility of European commercial banks also should benefit the accumulation of hard assets.
Peter Boockvar checks out U.S. mortgage applications, stretched bullish investor sentiment, a higher LIBOR and more this morning: "A day after we got a nice upside surprise on July U.S. new-home sales, the Mortgage Bankers Association's loan-applica...
The technology could mean banks would not necessarily have to move to the EU.
If you work for a living, why do you kill yourself working? -- Tuco the Ugly, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Today is another day of modest price changes (with a few exceptions). Let's run down the good, the bad and the ugly in today's market so far...
The Frankfurt-based investment bank is set to pay $2.5 billion after Finra raised new concerns over the release of private information.
Deutsche Bank is suffering from a wide range of problems, but the hedge fund community is not seizing on them, says Jim Cramer