Larry McDonald, Societe Generale, weighs in on comments made by Deutsche Bank CEO as he disputed financial stability worries and states his bet on banks.» Read More
Feb 9- As interest rates turn negative around the world and Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen prepares to testify before Congress on Wednesday, investors are wondering how the Fed will respond and how far it could go. Some investors believe that should market conditions worsen, the Fed will be forced to join central bankers in Japan, the euro zone and others in...
Paul Miller, FBR Capital, weighs in on regional banks, and how their exposure to the energy sector worries investors.
Erin Davis, Morningstar; Chris Wheeler, Atlantic Equities; give their perspective on international and U.S. banks.
*Bank's market value has almost halved since a year ago. FRANKFURT, Feb 9- Deutsche Bank bosses face a formidable task to drag its shares off a 30- year low, with reassurances about its capital levels doing little to improve investor confidence and few other options on the table to trigger a recovery. Germany's flagship lender has trailed its rivals in bouncing...
CNBC's Wilfred Frost provides insight to the selloff in financial stocks in Europe, and fears of another banking crisis.
The FMHR traders discuss possible warning signs of a recession in the markets as selling pressure continues, and Disney earnings out after the closing bell.
Janus Capital' Bill Gross tweeted out on the global markets, saying "global margin call forces de-risking even as valuations look more attractive." The FMHR traders provide perspective.
Gillian Tett, Financial Times U.S. managing editor, reacts to the moves lower in financials, and the letter to investors from John Cryan, Co-CEO of Deutsche Bank.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on carnage in the big banks.
CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses Deutsche Bank's note to employees on how to assuage clients' fears about market volatility.
The FMHR traders discuss whether an opportunity exists in financials as growing concerns rise over the health of the global banking system.
*Stock indexes extend decline to third straight day. *Index of top European shares hits lowest since Sept' 13. NEW YORK, Feb 9- Stock indexes worldwide tumbled for the third straight session on Tuesday on fears of slowing global growth, with particular concern around the health of the banking sector, while benchmark U.S.
Fears of another liquidity shock in the European banking system have gripped the markets this week, with the price of insurance for European bank debt ballooning.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on how European banks are leading the tumble in markets, what the ECB may do to deposit rates, and the end of rally for mining.
Goldman, like its Wall Street peers, is grappling with low interest rates and strict regulations that have curbed profits.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs explains some of the economic challenges European banks are facing.
Europe is bouncing back, but bank stocks are taking a beating.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at how markets are faring including lows in overseas markets, weakness in European banks, and the growing margin of stocks in bear territory.
The European markets are being dragged down by the banks, and Deutsche Bank told employees in case clients ask about market volatility, "Deutsche Bank remains absolutely rock solid."
Deutsche Bank co-CEO told bank staff that the bank remained “absolutely rock-solid”, given its strong capital and risk position. CNBC Squawk Box anchors discuss.