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Deutsche Bank (DB) closed the most recent trading day at $10.55, moving -0.19% from the previous trading session.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) -Deutsche Bank is streamlining its mortgage business, a move that will reduce several hundred jobs through attrition and staff reassignments, Handelsblatt reported on Wednesday. Handelsblatt cited unnamed sources and said the move was partly in response to a gloomy market outlook. Deutsche didn't immediately respond to a request for comment but a spokesperson told Handelsblatt that digitalisation, interest rates and inflation "have fundamentally changed" the mortgage market.
Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft ( ETR:DBK ) shareholders might be concerned after seeing the share price drop 16% in...
Deutsche Bank (DB) closed the most recent trading day at $10.32, moving +1.88% from the previous trading session.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -A U.S. judge on Thursday stopped short of approving Deutsche Bank AG's $75 million settlement with women who said that Jeffrey Epstein abused them, and that the German bank facilitated the late financier's sex trafficking. At a hearing in Manhattan federal court to consider preliminary approval of the settlement, U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff said he needed more specifics about who qualified as members of the proposed class of Epstein victims. "If I had consensual sex with Jeffrey Epstein when I was a minor, am I covered?" Rakoff asked rhetorically.
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As banks came under mounting pressure in March, Deutsche Bank used big trades to give its cash buffers a temporary boost, employing a method that European regulators have raised concerns over, two sources familiar with the situation said. Deutsche swapped billions of euros in securities for cash and government bonds, the sources told Reuters, which count towards its liquidity coverage ratio (LCR). While a legitimate banking practice, the move underscored concern at Deutsche over the wider turmoil.
As banks came under mounting pressure in March, Deutsche Bank used big trades to give its cash buffers a temporary boost, employing a method that European regulators have raised concerns over, two sources familiar with the situation said.
While the debt-ceiling impasse, bets on Fed rate hike pause and recession fears are driving gold higher, a stronger dollar and rise in yields are weighing on the yellow metal.
Citi (C), Deutsche Bank (DB), HSBC, Morgan Stanley (MS) and Royal Bank of Canada (RY) have allegedly conspired in chat rooms to swap sensitive information on UK bonds between 2009 and 2013.
Deutsche Bank, General Motors, Unum, StoneCo and Varex have been highlighted in this Screen of The Week article.
Traders at five banks found to have discussed British government bond trading between 2009 and 2013
Five of the world’s biggest banks have been accused of ripping off UK taxpayers after sharing sensitive information when trading government bonds.
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Banco Santander, Deutsche Bank and Bancolombia have been highlighted in this Industry Outlook article.
Despite concerns related to higher restructuring costs and uneven economic growth, Zacks Foreign Bank industry stocks like SAN, Deutsche Bank and Bancolombia are poised to benefit.
Deutsche Bank (DB) is an attractive investment option, supported by its expense-reduction initiatives, solid balance sheet and liquidity position, as well as sustainable capital deployment activities.
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Group of women accused lender of helping facilitate US financier’s sex trafficking operations
NEW YORK (Reuters) -Deutsche Bank AG agreed to pay $75 million to settle a lawsuit by women who say they were abused by the late financier Jeffrey Epstein, and accused the German bank of facilitating his sex trafficking. The accord resolves a proposed class action in Manhattan federal court, and was confirmed by the accusers' lawyers late on Wednesday. Deutsche Bank was accused of missing red flags in Epstein's accounts that he was engaged in wrongdoing.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) -Deutsche Bank investors on Wednesday questioned the sustainability of the lender's growth plans and called for a shift of resources from the investment bank, even as they praised CEO Christian Sewing for stabilising the bank. The statements, made at Deutsche Bank's annual general meeting, come after the bank booked 11 consecutive quarters of profit after years of losses, but also amid bank rescues on both sides of the Atlantic that have shaken confidence in the sector. Andreas Thomae of the Deutsche Bank investor Deka said that the bank's targets require a "tailwind" from the markets to be achievable, and rising interest rates have been "pure adrenaline" for the bank.
Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft's ( ETR:DBK ) dividend will be increasing from last year's payment of the same period...
NEW YORK, May 03, 2023--Deutsche Bank today announced that its New York Branch, Deutsche Bank New York (DBNY), and its affiliate Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas (DBTCA) have increased their prime lending from 8.00% to 8.25% effective tomorrow, May 4, 2023.