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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.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Deutsche Bank is very solvent, but things can go wrong.
The market is ripping higher on a story that Deutsche Bank is close to a $5.4 billion settlement with the U.S. Justice Department, which initially called for a $14 billion fine. The $5.4 billion figure is fully covered by what Deutsche Bank has alre...
Shares of Global Blood Therapeutics currently are in the bargain bin.
U.S. stocks fell Friday as investors grappled with headwinds facing Deutsche Bank.
"Either it brings tears to their eyes, or else ..." "Or else what?" said Alice, for the Knight had made a sudden pause. "Or else it doesn't, you know." --Alice in Wonderland Not the banks again! It's plain and simple: The major money center banks ar...
Deutsche Bank was rising premarket after hitting a new all-time low the session before.
Remember, we still have a healthy economy, so once DB stabilizes, the bulls will be back in charge.
Management will try to minimize the issues, but they are not going to go away without some solid evidence.
The situation at Deutsche Bank is deteriorating and shares are down 7% in Europe.
But what a short squeeze would we see, if a big investor were to buy a stake in DB.
If and when the CEO goes, that could create a trading opportunity.
My point is not how great the market acts, my point is the sentiment.
I generally agree with Jim "El Capitan" Cramer that the banks are the likely cause for today's market decline Jim's article is thoughtful and should be read as he outlines the problems associated with Wells Fargo but more importantly, what I have...
U.S. stock losses escalate after midday, sending benchmark indexes into the red.
Iran agreeing to limits below pre-sanction levels is as likely as the Eagles winning the Super Bowl.
Bad news about Deutsche Bank and Wells Fargo ruins what could've been a good day.
Moves on bank stocks bring back memories of 2008-09.
A reported OPEC agreement and positive economic signs give bulls reasons for optimism.
However, U.S. equities appear to have some doubts as details of an OPEC deal have yet to be determined.
It was a nostalgic morning. A 20th anniversary. My first TST column in 1997. There was no rest for the weary as the crude and oil markets turned on a dime after OPEC announced a production cut. I, Jim Cramer and others are skeptical about this - s...
Banks, retailers and restaurants should be on fire, but instead they're burning down.
Government likely won't let Deutsche Bank go under no matter how much CEO denies asking for help.