One bank chief executive tells CNBC that his small, new company has found opportunity in Britain's vote to leave the EU.
Wells Fargo needs a new CEO because John Stumpf can't get the banking giant back on track, House Financial Services member Gregory Meeks tells CNBC.
WASHINGTON, Sept 30- U.S. consumer spending unexpectedly fell in August for the first time in seven months while inflation showed signs of accelerating, mixed signals that could keep the Federal Reserve cautious about raising interest rates. The Commerce Department said on Friday that consumer spending, which accounts for more than two-thirds of U.S....
CNBC's Annette Weisbach reports from Frankfurt with the latest on Deutsche Bank.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says he think at some point the Justice Department will react to some politics. Remember this is a national bank, says Cramer.
*Deutsche Bank shares go below 10 euros before clawing back some ground. *Oil pulls back after Thursday gains on OPEC supply curb. Hit by a string of fines for wrongdoing and a sharp fall in its revenues, Germany's biggest lender saw its shares drop as much as 9 percent and to below 10 euros for the first time before clawing back roughly half that lost ground.
LONDON, Sept 30- Global investors returned decisively to "risk-on" mode in the past week, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said on Friday, noting multi-billion dollar inflows into equity, corporate bond and emerging market funds. Equity fund inflows of $5.6 billion were the largest in seven weeks, BAML said, noting that $9.9 billion flows to exchange-traded funds had...
We don't think Deutsche Bank is going to have big woes, says Mark Yusko, Morgan Creek Capital Management, weighing in on risk ahead for the big bank and why fears may be overblown despite the hedgies' flight to safety. The stock may be a good long term buy around here, says Yusko.
MADRID, Sept 30- Banco Santander gave investors a sobering assessment of its prospects in Britain and Spain on Friday, with a warning that it would be less profitable than expected in the years ahead, knocking the Spanish bank's shares. Santander, the eurozone's biggest lender by market value, joined other banks in warning that low interest rates, Britain's...
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera takes a look at what Deutsche Bank can do to raise capital, including sell assets, stocks or convert debt to equity.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost gets down to basics and explains Deutsche Bank's plight.
Experts belive a Berlin bailout of the German lender would not happen for political reasons.
In the heart of Berlin, few people if any seemed to have noticed the international concerns about the parlous state of Deutsche Bank.
The Financial Times Gillian Tett weighs in on Deutsche Bank's capital worries.
Spot gold was up 0.48 percent to $1,326.41 an ounce partly because of the weaker dollar after the U.S. A report that a number of hedge funds had withdrawn excess cash from Deutsche Bank reinforced worries about Germany's biggest lender. "If there is a rush to safety, then gold is a top contender," said Hamza Khan, head of commodities strategy, at ING.
LONDON, Sept 30- Copper fell on Friday in line with most other base metals as concerns over the health of Germany's biggest lender, Deutsche Bank, pressured European shares and dented appetite for assets seen as higher risk. Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange was at $4,832 a tonne at 1000 GMT, down 0.2 percent. "Today it's essentially about risk...
The Financial Times Gillian Tett provides perspective to Deutsche Bank's worries. And CNBC's Annette Weisbach reports nervousness is growing about capital concerns despite CEO John Cryan's letter to reassure employees.
FRANKFURT, Sept 30- Germany's central bank sees no need for a new global stimulus package like the one advocated by the International Monetary Fund, as it expects the world's economy to continue to recover, Bundesbank board member Andreas Dombret said on Friday. IMF calls for the world's largest economies to embark on fresh stimulus have gone unheeded in...
Richard Clarida, Pimco, weighs in on Deutsche Bank worries as a huge fine looms from the Justice Department. And Clarida draws a distinction between DB's problems and Lehman Brothers.
Dominic Elliot, Reuters Breakingviews, talks about Deutsche Bank's liquid assets, and capital positions as huge fines looms and reports surface Angela Merkel's government will not bailout the big bank.
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