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The subject of investors' worries for a long time, European banks finally are looking better based on their first-quarter earnings.
This is what you need to know before the opening bell.
'Til April in Paris, chestnuts in blossom Holiday tables under the trees April in Paris, this is a feeling That no one can ever reprise - April in Paris, Vernon Duke and Yip Harburg - (rare video with Ella Fitzgerald!) The market gapped higher and ...
Technical damage since that market peak may have lasting implications.
This is your round-up of the financial news from around the world.
"Bueller, Bueller, Bueller ... Anyone?" --Ferris Bueller's Day Off" The "carpet sweepers" who were enamored and recommended the purchase of Deutsche Bank with your money are now nowhere to be seen as DB shares, at around $16.80 in the premarket, con...
Remember the multiple and self-confident investment recommendations to buy Deutsche Bank ? Well, the "carpet sweepers" have disappeared and have moved on to more fertile areas, as they are wont to do. While many bury their heads in the sand, the...
Bearish names dominate this week and financials in particular.
"What Washington needs is adult supervision." --Barack Obama Yesterday's opening missive, "Wall Street Blues," depicted an overvalued market, moderating U.S. economic prospects, elevated investor optimism and a new Administration that, arguably, a...
The stock seems to be building a bigger base for a larger rally in the future.
I am not calling for the end of the Trump trade, but Europe looks good.
"Mistakes are always forgivable, if one has the courage to admit them." --Bruce Lee This morning shares of Deutsche Bank are down by another 8% after the Sunday report of a large secondary offering of DB shares. I would continue to avoid these share...
People there are far less worried than people in the U.S. about currency breakdowns or political stress.
James Comey has the market comatose. A contrary view on financials. A contrary view on automobiles. Deutsche Bank ? Not! Very little trading today -- though I did add modestly to the short side. Up, down ... and stayed down -- but not materiall...
Stocks fluctuate to begin the week as a hearing on Russia's involvement in the U.S. election continues on Capitol Hill.
Despite their popularity, financial stocks are starting to weaken and potentially roll over in the face of growing threats that few are heeding.
There is no market sector that has been as embraced as heartily as financials But, the domestic economy is slowing, the Trump regulatory and fiscal policy put may be waning, the yield curve is flattening, interest rates are contained, protectionism ...
Enthusiasm for Deutsche Bank has been seen recently on our site and elsewhere. I believe that optimism has been misplaced, as on Sunday Deutsche Bank said it will raise $8.6 billion by selling stock at a 35% discount to last week's closing price a...
The elephant in the room: Too many locations.
I am not saying this market is bullet-proof. I am saying that there are many stocks people want to buy.
Perhaps we can make a parallel between the S&P Index and Snap . Today SNAP just fell (by nearly 15%), maybe the S&P will follow! Hey, a guy can hope. After all, the irrational might now be rationalized. And here is how some hedge fund icons feel ab...
TheStreet's Jim Cramer discusses Monday's most talked about stocks on our live daily Facebook show.
Wall Street's retreat from records accelerated through this morning on rising geopolitical tensions in involving North Korea.
Deutsche Bank's $8.5 billion cash call is raising questions as to who else may tap markets.
Deutsche Bank has been an investment idea supported by several contributors. Here are some sell-side responses to the company's capital raise. To this observer, the DB raise underscores the weakness of the European banking system, which is somet...
This pro-business president loves the market rally, but key parts of his plan are still a ways off.
Stocks took heart from Janet Yellen's hawkish remarks to the Senate committee.
'Steal' these selections from the filings of Jeffrey Gendell and M3F.
Investors appear hesitant over the unending barrage of news from Washington, D.C.