European equities finished higher on Tuesday, boosted by positive trade overseas and a bounce back in oil prices.
Deutsche Bank is to sell its stake in the Chinese lender for up to €3.7B in an effort to strengthen its balance sheet, the FT reports.
Seven of the biggest investment banks operating in London paid little or no tax in Britain last year.
Deutsche Bank has identified up to $4 billion in suspicious transactions relating to its Russian operations, a Bloomberg report said on Tuesday.
JPMorgan Chase, U.S. Bancorp and PNC joined Wells Fargo in raising the prime rate.
European markets held onto gains on Wednesday ahead of a widely-expected interest rate rise by the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Citigroup plans to keep its bonus pool for traders and bankers unchanged from last year, Bloomberg reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
A class action lawsuit accuses banks of conspiring to limit competition in the $320 trillion market for interest rate swaps.
Deutsche Bank's new co-chief executive John Cryan doesn't understand how bonuses will make bank employees work harder, the FT reports.
U.S. stock futures were under pressure this morning, after Wall Street posted its best week of the year.
The bank hopes the system will free customers from passwords and allow it to lift limits on mobile transactions, the Financial Times reports.
The last Fed meeting minutes were pretty convincing for Deutsche Bank, which decided to join the consensus expecting an interest rate hike in December.
Steps to assist former military in finding jobs seems to be working. The unemployment rate for veterans recently dropped to a 7-year low.
A key group said it needed reassurance testing was reliable in order to allocate capital to the right players.
Asian shares traded mixed on Friday, as investors awaited the release of U.S. jobs data that could provide hints to when the Fed will raise interest rates.
Foreign holders of U.S. assets who fail to pay estate taxes could be costing the U.S. Treasury billions of dollars.
Malaysia's hard-hit stock market is getting a less-than-ringing endorsement with Deutsche Bank saying things aren't likely to get any worse.
Germany’s biggest carmaker and its biggest bank are both undergoing tectonic shifts which could shake the country’s strong economic foundations.
U.S. stock futures were under pressure this morning, while some of the Republican presidential candidates were feeling the heat last night.
Deutsche Bank said it would sacrifice its 2015 and 2016 dividends as new CEO John Cryan seeks to bolster the bank's capital.