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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.
Here is a round-up of the headlines from Europe.
Deutsche Bank posted a bigger-than-expected fourth-quarter loss and lifted its litigation reserves.
News of Intesa's potential takeover bid extended Generali's three-day gains to 15%.
The bank's shares hit a one-year high after the news broke.
Historically, the IWM has tended to rally from this setup.
Deutsche Bank confirms that it has agreed to a massive settlement over its sale of toxic U.S. mortgage securities during the housing bubble.
The British currency surged after the U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May outlined a Brexit plan.
The Trump rally screeched to a half as the reality of a new administration began to sink in on Wall Street.
Technically the stock is strong and continues to gain money flows from institutions.
Consider how many post-election predictions of disaster have not happened.
U.S. stocks moved slightly lower Friday in a quiet trading session, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average's march to 20,000 stalled.
Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse announce settlements with the Department of Justice totaling $12.5 billion.
The DOJ settlement is half the amount originally leaked, so the bank could be out of the woods.
A shootout between Milan police and the Berlin terror attack suspect ends in the death of Anis Amri.
None of the big banks in Europe seems big enough to hurt us anymore.
Deutsche Bank faces a $14 billion settlement from the Department of Justice stemming from toxic mortgage related securities it sold in the years leading up to the financial crisis.
In 2016, some whistleblowers stepped in when many others chose to do nothing.
Stocks climbed as the Dow Jones Industrial Average continued its march toward the psychologically important 20,000 milestone, a level it flirted with last week.
We have focused on the positives, but it may be time to pause and think about what the Trump presidency could mean in its entirety.
The setup on the weekly chart is the best I have seen for DB in 2 years.
The goal right now is to find the themes that are working and stick with them.
J.P. Morgan pays $264 million penalty over a common Asian practice.
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