Deutsche Bank has released its worst set of quarterly results since 2008. Management blamed restructuring measures for the losses of 2.2 billion euros, although litigation costs were also a drain on annual profits.
Shares of Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse have been dropped from the prestigious Stoxx Europe 50 share index. Is European banking in decline? And if so, what are the factors that led to its current parlous state?
Ahead of the European Banking Association's stress tests, Deutsche Bank's future seems shakier than ever. Some would even call Germany's most important bank "dangerous." Is there really any reason to worry?
The results of a new round of "stress tests" of Europe's biggest banks will be released Friday by the European Banking Authority. We examine the point of the exercise and take a look at the most vulnerable lenders.
Deutsche Bank has reported a small net profit for the second quarter. The result was a lot better than expected by analysts, but ongoing restructuring took its toll in securities trading and other business areas.
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