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Deutsche Bank says it’s not to finance Africa Pipeline
The Deutsche Bank is not financing a pipeline in Africa that environmentalists claim will disrupt thousands of families and disrupt nature reserves, a person with knowledge of the matter said on Sunday. The Deutsche Bank is not financing a pipeline in Africa that ...
Updated: 05/15/2022
Deutsche Bank not financing controversial African Pipeline - source
The logo of Deutsche Bank is pictured on a company's office in London. atroc FRANKFurT Reuters - Deutsche Bank will not financing a controversial pipeline in Africa that environmentalists have said will disrupt thousands of families and disrupt nature reserves, a person with ...
Updated: 05/15/2022
Inflation is costing Americans $311 a month
... the next couple of meetings, given that economic and financial conditions evolve in line with expectations. The Fed is concerned that it may drag the economy into a recession with its aggressive rate hike course. Bank of America , Fannie Mae and Deutsche Bank are among the Wall Street firms that predict a downturn within the next two years, which has rattled investors and markets. Powell conceded on Thursday that achieving the soft landing the sweet spot between cooling consumer demand without crushing ...
Updated: 05/13/2022
Consumer sentiment in May down by 28% from April
... the next couple of meetings, given that economic and financial conditions evolve in line with expectations. The Fed may be inadvertently dragging the economy into a recession with its aggressive rate hike course. Bank of America , Fannie Mae and Deutsche Bank are forecasting a downturn within the next two years, which has rattled investors and markets. Powell conceded on Thursday that achieving the elusive soft landing between cooling consumer demand without crushing economic growth could prove tricky....
Updated: 05/13/2022
Wall Street on track for worst week since 2011 as the S&P 500 falls 4%
... fell for six weeks due to the eurozone debt crisis. The S&P 500 fell to a brink of a bear market last night, as fears over the health of the global economy, rising interest rates and supply chain disruptions hit assets. Jim Reid, market strategist at Deutsche Bank , says there has been an incredible amount of intraday volatility across a range of asset classes. At one point in New York afternoon, the S&P 500 had fallen by 1.94% at the lows, leaving it just shy of a 20% decline since its all-time closing peak ...
Updated: 05/13/2022
No sense of panic in the stock market keeps investors from calling a bottom
... lighter on their allocation to equities, which is one reason why the VIX is calculated based on S&P 500 options contracts. The investors' aggregate equity positioning has slipped to the lowest since the 2020 COVID 19 selloff, according to analysts at Deutsche Bank . Brent Kochuba, founder of the analytic service SpotGamma, said that the market is well hedged against declines because of the options positioning in S&P 500 and VIX. Kochuba said that investors see little urgency to buy more put options even though ...
Updated: 05/13/2022
Asian markets find footing after volatile session for U.S. stocks
... weekend. The U.S. Treasuries fell in value with the benchmark U.S. 10 year yield edging up to 2.8931% from a close of 2.817% on Thursday. The policy-sensitive 2 year yield was at 2.6023%, up from a close of 2.522%. Alan Ruskin, macro strategist at Deutsche Bank , said in a note that the US Treasury curve is not seeing a particularly fresh recession slowdown signal, just the same consistent marked slowed for H 2 2023, within the shape of the U.S. Treasury curve. The dollar remained stable near 20 year highs,...
Updated: 05/13/2022
FOREX-Yen holds on to dollar after U.S. yields, market jitters
... The yen is perhaps the most obvious signal of a shift from a world where yields were dominant and risk resilient yen negative to a world this week where risk appetite drives yields lower yen positive, according to Alan Ruskin , macro strategist at Deutsche Bank . The U.S. 10 year yield was 2.8822%, down from Monday's high of 3.203%. The yen was softer this year as the rising U.S. yields at a time when the Bank of Japan was intervening to keep Japanese benchmark yields pinned down. Inflation and central ...
Updated: 05/13/2022
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