The construction sites of the Deutsche Bank - Why US banks are doing better than their Euro competitors
A little over a year until its 150th anniversary, Germany's biggest lender is facing trying times. Still struggling to emerge from the financial crisis, Deutsche Bank can't find a cure to its ills, says Henrik Böhme.
Beijing and Berlin have signed agreements to boost cooperation in the banking and insurance sectors. A trade spat with the US has left China looking for other trade partners.
The partial closure of the US government has become the country's longest-ever shutdown. The Federal Reserve says its immediate impact on the economy is negligible, but an extended shutdown could prove a drag.
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