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In the decade after the trade, Deutsche Bank managers delayed the recognition of losses on the trade, sparking an internal debate among executives and the bank's auditor, the newspaper reported.
Palladium is outshining other metals due to tight supply and strong demand from the global auto industry, which needs increasing amounts of the metal to meet stricter emissions standards.
The central bank just released minutes of its January meeting, with the market watching closely for clues on a variety of matters.
Cannabis beauty has become so trendy that Wall Street analysts have started treating it as a standalone category.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves midday Wednesday.
The unemployment rate has been a perfect forecaster of recession, and it appears to be edging closer to triggering that signal.
Market participants will be digging closely through the meeting summary for clues on how the Fed views a number of issues.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Tesla is "quite possibly going to get bought out" by a large tech player like Apple, according to one fund manager.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
If you're not putting money to work during market pullbacks, Cresset Wealth's Jack Ablin suggests it'll be challenging to make profits this year.
The Trump Organization had about $340 million in outstanding loans that were to come due in 2023 and 2024, or potentially in the president's second term.
UBS lowers its rating of Charles Schwab stock to sell from neutral, saying the financial services company is facing barriers to growth and revenue.
U.S. government debt yields held steady on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve's latest meeting minutes.
New York Fed President John Williams on Tuesday said he was comfortable with the level U.S. interest rates are at now, and sees no need to raise them again unless growth or inflation shift to an unexpectedly higher gear.
A state-run newspaper claimed the U.S. faces pressure to resolve trade differences with China because failed negotiations would slam markets.