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Bank Results Season: Deutsche Bank cycles thru non descript quarter (Q1 2013)

Revenues in both Corporate Banking & Securities and Personal/Private Banking trended down lazily for the bank at 4% and 1% respectively while the bank was busy repairing its assets for … Continue reading

April 30, 2013

IT’S MONDAY: European banks follow up with more losses, Fed and European Central Bank decisions (The week ahead April 29-May 3)

Markets headed down, last weeks result impact Dow near 14.5K and its quite ready for a rocky road down the mountain, though it’s still not “Sell in May and go … Continue reading

April 29, 2013 · 1 Comment

Europe gets comfortable with new Banking caveat | Banking insight

Even as regulatory costs become part of a banking brand makeover especially in Big Bad London which is also holding out on Europe, the momenutum for credit has caught on … Continue reading

January 25, 2013 · 1 Comment

Bank Earnings Season : JP Morgan beats the housing blues ( Q4 and Full year 2012 )

JP Morgan finally came to terms with the housing blues and its prime housing portfolio notwithstanding large robo signing indictments helped the bank post a firm Net income of $5.7 … Continue reading

January 16, 2013

A whiff of profits far away? | Banking Insight

 Liquidity regulation already hurts Lobbying over the new Liquidity rules got hard as the banks enter an Observation period prior to counting of the LCR as standard for compliance. According … Continue reading

December 17, 2012

Deutsche Bank Notes: We always comply with Accounting Standards. This is a loss only if we..

continue to treat is on market price. These are actually illiquid and could be treated as Held to Maturity Portfolio. But we would miss the opportunity to call out people … Continue reading

December 6, 2012

Chastised Europeans fight with their back to the wall, JP Morgan pays for BS | Banking insight

How Europe has been cut out of Global Financial Systems? When the crisis devolved on global citizens in 2008, none were more circumspect than banks about coming litigation though most … Continue reading

November 17, 2012

US Morning Report: It is the Economy, Mr Bernanke!

The moderate recovery underway in the data seems to wax and wane according to its distance from a scheduled Fed meeting with bad new home sales last week ignored as … Continue reading

July 31, 2012

US Morning Report: The Dollar declines actively in Asia, Markets to react for space

After a hot morning against the Won (KRW), the strength in the SGD and the undervaluation report in the Yuan as helped by a stronger open of the Euro to … Continue reading

July 25, 2012

US Morning Report: ECB, China, Earnings all spell Doom and Gloom!

Of course Marc Faber left the shores to invest internationally long ago as a true capitalist, bu t US Market look to a glum week as more than one or … Continue reading

July 9, 2012

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