Sad to report.
Deutsche Bank's share price fell below its 2009 low today, after the German lender moved to reassure both staff and investors that it was "absolutely rock solid".
The chief executive of Deutsche Bank has reassured staff that the bank is strong in the face of ongoing market turbulence.
David Samra, awarded for his stock-picking during and after the 2008 financial crisis, says he’s buying again.
The first signs of trouble for prosecutors came about three weeks into the trial.
Raymond James Financial said it expects an investment cost of more than $400m in the company’s planned purchase of Deutsche Bank’s U.S. private-client services unit.
Last year’s sure thing in credit markets is quickly becoming this year’s nightmare for bond investors.
Deutsche Bank became the largest bank in at least four years to feel compelled to reassure investors and employees that it has enough funds to pay coupons on its riskiest debt.
It's a well-explored theme that Europe's investment banking pie is shrinking.
The boss of Google, Sundar Pichai, has been awarded $199m (£138m) worth of shares, making him the highest paid chief executive in the US.
UBS, the biggest wealth manager, sees more emerging-market outflows ahead as tax authorities step up scrutiny of wealthy clients.
Countries boasting healthy economic fundamentals will outperform at the Summer Olympics, according to a new Goldman Sachs report.
Deutsche Bank scored higher in the European Banking Authority’s stress test this year than in 2014 in a sign that steps to bolster financial resilience are taking hold despite a tougher examination that took account of surging litigation costs.