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Banks to Need Billions More Capital in Tests Under Fed Proposal (Banks Fall On News)

According to Bloomberg News, US banks will have to cough up billions of dollars in additional capital to pass new Fed stress tests.

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Limbo Rock! Deutsche Bank Sinks To 10.51 Euros, A Record Low (Lost 54% Of Market Value So Far This Year)

Deutsche Bank, the beleaguered largest bank in Europe, just fell under 11 to 10.51.  In other words, Deutsche Bank has lost 54% of its market value this year. 54 more words

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New All Time Lows for Deutsche Bank - Critical $10 Threshold In View

For those who may be tired of hearing about the woes of Deutsche Bank, I unfortunately cannot apologize at this time. It is necessary for me to continue cataloguing the adventures of the systemically important German bank because it is one of the key signposts that trouble is brewing. 189 more words

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New All Time Lows for Deutsche Bank - Critical $10 Threshold In View

For those who may be tired of hearing about the woes of Deutsche Bank, I unfortunately cannot apologize at this time. It is necessary for me to continue cataloguing the adventures of the systemically important German bank because it is one of the key signposts that trouble is brewing. 682 more words

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BOJ’s Kuroda Hoses Down Speculations of Tapering Asset Purchases

In his first speech after the announced of the Bank of Japan’s new monetary easing policy last week, BoJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said that the central bank stood ready to use every available tool to achieve its 2% inflation target. 390 more words

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The Guardian: Former IMF head Rodrigo Rato on trial over bankers’ luxury sprees

Agence France-Presse Sunday 25 September 2016

QUOTE: Uncovered in 2013 by a journalist who saw a hacked email alluding to “black credit cards”, the case threatens to land the former economy minister and onetime star of the ruling conservative Popular Party in jail and with a hefty fine. 76 more words

Stagnation Nation: Dow Drops -131 Points, Down -218 Points Since ECB Meeting

It was another day of volatility in the equity markets. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -131 points.

Ever since the European Central Bank meeting on September 8, the DJIA has lost 218 points, despite a brief respite from The Fed with a no increase signal. 31 more words

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