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Bank results season: Deutsche Bank starts the decade with small shocks

In a continuing tradition of testing public markets with negative announcements without sounding like a topered nose (I am in a bit of ahurry to reach the trading room) Deutsche … Continue reading

February 2, 2011 · 1 Comment

Credit Agricole takes Greece in its stride | Advantage zyaada

Dealbook tells us that the first greek confession has happened. Credit Agricole, the French bank, pushed back profit targets for struggling Greek unit Emporiki on Tuesday and will take a … Continue reading

June 22, 2010 · 1 Comment

Bank Results: Since the Dollar caught up?

UBS reported greater profits because of cost controls in the final quarter. However, it also reported 56.5 billion Francs in Outflows of funds from the bank and with the Franc … Continue reading

February 9, 2010

Fed – US banks swamped as refi fever takes hold | FT.Com

The rush of US homeowners to refinance mortgages at lower rates is creating a boom in the home lending business, prompting banks to hire thousands of new employees and put … Continue reading

May 19, 2009 / Companies / Banks – D Bank job cuts focus on New York and London

Deutsche Bank is to shed 900 jobs as it responds to the financial crisis by reshaping its investment banking operations. The cuts are the deepest instituted by Germany‚Äôs largest bank … Continue reading

November 20, 2008