|Day Low/High||7.84 / 8.01|
|52 Wk Low/High||4.99 / 11.16|
Shares of Deutsche Bank were in focus Friday on word that the bank is exploring several capital-raising options
Stocks hold lower after the September jobs report shows fewer jobs added to the U.S. economy than expected.
The countdown to the jobs report is on, while Deutsche Bank is working on raising capital.
In keeping with Major League Baseball's playoffs, the heavily watched competition between the market caps of Twitter and Deutsche Bank are under serious scrutiny (see Barron's this week). After today's nearly $5-per-share beating (resulting in $3.3 ...
Deutsche Bank is trading higher on a Reuters report that Germany is seeking talks with the U.S. Justice Department on a mortgage settlement.
Triggering Article 50 in March 2017 will likely keep quantitative-easing spigots flowing.
Out here, you see a group of companies focused on the customer.
The British pound plunged to a 31 year low Tuesday, as Brexit fears came back into focus.
It is very dull action for market timers that are trying to predict breakouts or breakdowns.
I am not sure where any European commercial bank generates profits for the foreseeable future.
Staying real, being transparent and honest. I made an important tactical move this afternoon -- close to the day's low. Talking Deutsche Bank in my Diary and in Barron's, I expect a capital raise (possibly rights offering, after a DOJ settlement). ...
EWG hasn't seen much pressure from Deutsche Bank mess, but that may change.
There will be plenty of upside left once important issues are ironed out.
Regular readers of my diary know that I sometimes post things that replicate the theme of the "Tell Me Something I Don't Know" segment on MSNBC's "Hardball With Chris Matthews." So ... "Tell me something I don't know, Dougie." OK, here goes: I am he...
But the buyers are still unable to produce sustained momentum.
The US markets were able to shrug off the Deutsche Bank news on Friday and finish higher, but this Monday, the story is still in focus.
Deutsche Bank made a big comeback, while crude oil added to its recent rally, leading Wall Street to clock substantial gains to end the week.
I would look at today's rally as a chance to dump the stock or get short.
I cannot understand the developing meme that concerns with regard to Deutsche Bank operations and balance sheet health are "overdone." On the latter point, DB and the other European banks haven't even marked their portfolio (private or sovereign deb...
Market reverses after report of settlement for Deutsche Bank (which isn't the next Lehman).
U.S. stocks move higher thanks to a Deutsche Bank rebound on the final day of the month and the third quarter.
Since 2000, when SPY is positive going into 4Q it has rallied 6.6% into year-end.