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Shares of European banking stocks, including Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank moved sharply higher Thursday, buoyed by Donald Trump's presidential election.
"I have no doubt that Anthony Weiner's name is irrefutable proof of the existence of God and that he has a wicked sense of humor!" -- My Thought of the Day For the Cleveland Indians or the Chicago Cubs it will be Heartbreak Hotel tonight. For Mr...
I am measurably expanding my financial shorts. I continue to see a double top in Financial Select Sector SPDR Fund . Also potentially a headwind to financials is a Reuters report that Deutsche Bank may be one of the hardest-hit banks regarding capit...
Deutsche Bank shares were rising after reports that it is close to reaching a settlement in a Department of Justice investigation.
In determining my "Trades of the Week" I continue to be governed by my generally ursine market view. In other words, I am generally looking for trading shorts. This week's "Trade of the Week" is shorting JPMorgan Chase at $69.40. Here is my inve...
GE rose after announcing that it was combining its oil-and-gas operation with Baker Hughes.
U.S. stocks inched higher on the heels of better-than-expected earnings reports.
Don't get too excited about Deutsche Bank's unexpected quarterly profit, as the bank still faces a massive $14 billion settlement from the U.S. Justice Department.
A look beyond Deutsche Bank's surprise profit.
On Thursday, October 27, Amazon and Alphabet release quarterly results.
Investors will be waiting to see what Deutsche Bank has to say about a settlement with the U.S. government when it reports earnings this week.
It would block the early November rally you'd expect when this big event is, at last, past us.
U.S. stocks fell Monday as investors digested a number of corporate earnings reports and oil prices decreased more than 1.5%.
Shares of Deutsche Bank were slightly higher Monday on news that it is reportedly exploring shrinking its U.S. operations.
Bank of America beats estimates while McDonald's will see an executive shakeup as 2 plan to retire at year-end.
Consider these thoughts: Low rates "put pressure on banks' profitability" and "there is a limit to how low interest rates can go. The longer they remain low, the more pronounced the negative side effects will become." --Yves Mersch, European Central...
This will certainly put the Fed in play for a December rate hike.
The biggest negative I see right now is that so few individual stocks are acting well.
The basis for HSBC's call for a 'severe fall' in stocks is pretty flimsy.
Snap Inc., the owner of Snapchat, has got to come public because the IPO window could soon snap shut, says Jim Cramer.
Deutsche Bank shares were falling after the company reportedly froze new hires amid regulatory fine concerns.
U.S. stocks, moved lower on Thursday, following a 10% drop in China's exports in September, while analysts were expecting a 3.2% decline.
Jim Cramer comments on Deutsche Bank's ongoing negotiations with the U.S. Justice Department
This morning the yield on the 10-year U.S. note climbed another three basis points to 1.76%. The yield is now 41 basis points above July levels, serving to underscore my notion that a Generational Low in Bond Yields already has occurred. Meanwhile,...
Back from my meetings to find the S&P 500 Index basically traded in a 2-3 point range over the last four hours, which is a statistically improbable event! Highs were made early in the day when I issued my Trade of the Week (short SPDR S&P 500 ETF ...
Market rhetoric on OPEC caps is working to get the price to new four-month highs.
U.S. stocks rose early Monday as Wall Street digested Sunday night's bitter presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
While I started Friday with a discussion of gold (see previous post), I ended the day with the column that follows: Don't. Do. Deutsche. Bank. OCT 7, 2016 3:19 PM EDT "What we have learned from history is that we haven't learned from history." -- B...
Those who thought we were ready to break down look foolish again.
The company that own logistics giant DHL quietly is taking on Amazon and Google on e-commerce.