The Federal Reserve Bank of New York has criticized Deutsche Bank of several reporting issues. CNBC's Mary Thompson reports the details.» Read More
Taimur Baig, Chief Economist, Asia, at Deutsche Bank, expects strong job growth in May to support a rebound in second-quarter U.S. gross domestic product.
The City of Los Angeles has sued JPMorgan Chase, accusing the largest U.S. bank of engaging in discriminatory mortgage lending practices.
BlackRock CEO Larry Fink said that leveraged ETFs contain structural problems that could 'blow up' the whole industry one day.
Bond yields have stymied expectations they would rise and analysts seeking a reason may not need to dig deeper than simple supply and demand.
Commerzbank said it had suspended two foreign exchange traders under suspicion of having attempted to manipulate euro/zloty prices in regular trading.
The ECB is expected to "shock and awe" with an easing package, but some analysts worry one potential move - a negative deposit rate - may backfire.
While everyone is waiting for Alibaba to announce pricing terms, rival JD.com is set to go public this week.
European Union antitrust regulators charged on Tuesday HSBC, JPMorgan and Credit Agricole with rigging financial benchmarks linked to the euro.
When in distress, American banks call Warren Buffett. In Europe, banks have turned instead to the Middle Eastern principality of Qatar.
How investors are viewing Deutsche Bank's plan to raise capital, with Cassandra Toroian, Bell Rock Capital president.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports Deutsche Bank has unveiled a plan to issue about $11 billion worth of new shares and also take on an anchor investor, the royal family of Qatar.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Deutsche Bank's plan to raise nearly $11 billion in new capital drew criticism on Wall Street, bedeviling the bank's shares.
Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
European shares closed mixed with traders with concerns over stock valuations, policy action from the ECB and upcoming elections in the region.
Deutsche Bank's co-CEO has said the bank's plans to raise $11 billion, will "take advantage of the very significant changes in the operating environment" it sees coming.
Deutsche Bank traders have been given a slap on the wrist for their "boastful, indiscreet and vulgar" behavior.
Stanford's divestment from coal is just the beginning of investors taking climate change seriously, according to a senior Wall Street risk pro.
After a "generational shift", the worry for Barclays is that top staff and clients leave and the business slowly dies.
Fincantieri will apply to list in Milan as early as Tuesday, in what officials predict will be Italy's largest privatization program since the 1990s.