The news that clients are moving their money underlines the negative sentiment engulfing Deutsche Bank.
The property market looks worryingly like the second-quarter 2015 Chinese equity market, pre-crash, warns one investment bank.
Europe’s biggest lender Deutsche Bank is still battling many of the problems it had back in 2008; problems that it is now finding impossible to conceal. Former Deutsche Bank employee John Butler explains how the balance sheet could be its biggest challenge.
The Mexican peso has become an unwilling global proxy for the chances of a Donald Trump presidency. It looks as though the Bank of Mexico has had enough.
The twin themes - the search for growth and the hunt for yield - are still intact.
OPEC has just signaled a major shift away from the 'maximum production' policies of recent years. In doing so it went further than anyone expected.
There's a big difference in Experian's target price between two sets of analysts.
Analysts are hopeful that October’s non-farm payrolls data will bounce back on Friday October 7.
A ‘no’ vote at the Italian constitutional referendum on December 4 could trigger a 20% sell-off in the stock markets in Italy with the banking sector hit the hardest, warns HSBC.