Counterparties

For Deutsche Bank, This Is The "Brexit Panic" Signal In Today's Election

Deutsche Bank has advised its sales and trading team to immediately report to their trading desks should Trump wins Pennsylvania and Michigan. So if Trump be is reported to be leading and/or winning the two key battleground states at 8pm, expect all volatility hell to break loose.

Former German Central Banker Reveals "The Real Danger In Finance"

"These distorted markets are increasingly hostage to unfathomable political risk...the real danger in finance is the not one that tends to be discussed: that banks will topple over (as they did in 2008). It is, rather, the threat that investors and investment groups will be wiped out by wild price swings from an unexpected political shock..."

Bank of America Beats: Earnings Rise 7.3% On Rebound In Capital Markets, Expense Cuts

The last big US bank to report Q3 earnings in a 48 hour flurry of bank reports was Bank of America, which moments ago announced that it had earned $0.41 in the third quarter, above the $0.34 expected, driven by $21.6 bilion in revenue, which also beat estimates of $20.8 billion, higher by $600 million compared to a year ago period, as a result of a strong rebound in global market earnings which jumped by 34% from $800 million to $1.1 billion as well as a 22% increase in Global Banking from $1.3 billion to $1.55 billion.

Deutsche Bank Tells Investors Not To Worry About Its €46 Trillion In Derivatives

"The 46 trillion euros figure sounds gigantic, but it is completely misleading. The real risk is far lower" Deutsche Bank's Chief Risk Officer Stewart Lewis told Welt am Sonntag. There is just one problem with this statement: Lewis made an almost identical promise that "Deutsche Bank is fine" two months ago. As it turned out, it wasn't.

The New 'Too Big To Fail' - EU Proposes Taxpayer-Funded Derivatives System Bailout

It would appear the powers-that-be have just stumbled on to the ugly fact that all the bailed-in depositor money in the world won't stop the novated, rehypothecated, collateral chain collapse contagion that Deutsche Bank's $40 trillion-plus derivatives book's damocles sword hangs over the status quo. However, being the problem-solving types, the European technocrats have a 'fair-share' solution - back a derivative clearing-house with taxpayer money to solve the new too-biggest-to-fail problem "that no one saw coming."

This Is How Much Liquidity Deutsche Bank Has At This Moment, And What Happens Next

Following today's Deutsche Bank fireworks, Goldman reports that "crisis” questions are being asked: “is there risk of a financial crisis re-run” and “can a large European bank face a liquidity event”? To answer these questions we look at the total liquidity accessible to Deutsche Bank, and what are the options facing the bank next.