Deutsche Bank

Citi opens bank earnings season; SEC ponders authority over Libra


Investors eye how low rates, flat yield curve will affect bank profits; agency is determining if it has oversight power over Facebook’s planned cryptocurrency.


Trump warns on Libra; Lenders retreat on farm loans


President says Facebook could face “full banking regulation”; big banks’ farm loan portfolios have shrunk more than 17% since 2015


Trump says Deutsche Bank, now 'maligned,' wanted his business


President Trump defended troubled Deutsche Bank on Thursday and said the German financial institution wanted his business, which is now the subject of investigations by congressional Democrats.


Fed officials differ on stress tests?; Deutsche's golden parachutes


Powell sees need to "keep firms on their toes" while Quarles wants easier tests; €52 million paid to leaving execs nears total paid to board.


SEC may OK crypto firms as brokers; N.Y. regulator will ‘police everything’


“Limited” digital-asset broker spots mat be approved; Linda Lacewell’s plans for the New York State Department of Financial Services.


Deutsche sounds global retreat; banks push for checking deposits


The bank will reduce its footprint to its German roots; U.S. banks are offering cash bonuses to keep customers from fleeing to higher-yielding accounts.


Deutsche Bank CEO slashes 18,000 jobs in $8.3 billion revamp


Deutsche Bank unveiled a radical overhaul that will see the lender exit its equities business, post a €2.8 billion ($3.1 billion) second-quarter loss and cut the workforce by a fifth to reverse a slide in profitability.


Deutsche Bank's fleeting U.S. dreams to be unraveled in revamp


A little over two decades ago, Deutsche Bank set out to become a Wall Street giant. This weekend, Chief Executive Christian Sewing will probably pull the plug on that dream for good.


Trump tweets Fed nominee names; Deutsche in selling mode


The president says he’ll nominate Judy Shelton, Christopher Waller for Fed; the bank reportedly in talks to sell parts of its “once prized” equities business.


Square sued over privacy issues; Banks eye Australia market


A California man says the company sent his medical information to a friend of his; the Big Four's monopoly may be coming to an end as Citi and others move in.