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What Deutsche Bank Thinks Of The Mess At... Deutsche Bank

"So for what it’s worth however the ECB decides to navigate their latest challenge we are less inclined to embrace the classic financial sector meltdown led risk off trade that forces core rates significantly lower. Or at least it would need a spectacular display of policy incompetence first. (On second thoughts..?!)"

About That Deutsche "Settlement" Rumor: Cryan Hasn't Even Started Negotiations With The DOJ

Deutsche Bank executives are heading to the United States in the coming days to negotiate a settlement over a fine of up to $14 billion for misselling mortgage-backed securities, the Frankfurter Allegemeine Zeitung reported. This means that Friday's rumor presenting the settlement renegotiation between DB and the DOJ as a done deal, was the latest unsubstantiated media hoax meant to push risk assets higher.

Deutsche Bank Charged By Italy For Market Manipulation, Creating False Accounts

One day after Deutsche Bank stock soared from all time lows, on the back of what so far appears to have been a fabricated report sourced by AFP which relied on Twitter to "inform it" that the DOJ would reduce its RMBS settlement with the German Lender, today Bloomberg reported that Deutsche Bank and six of its managers were charged in Milan for colluding to falsify the accounts of Italy’s third-biggest bank and manipulate the market.

90 Days Later: Still No Signs Of Brexit 'Doom & Gloom'

For the first half of the year, we were warned early and often by authorities that the Brexit vote could be a calamity for the ages. For example, the IMF claimed that a “Leave” result would threaten to “cause severe damage”, while Standard and Poor’s said that it would “paralyze” investment in the UK. But, as Visual Capitalist's Jeff Desjardins notes, it turns out that the real Brexit casualty isn’t the UK economy – instead it is the reputation of the many professional economists who wrongly predicted doom and gloom as the likely aftermath.

A Furious Rick Santelli Rages At Janet's Jawboning: "Please, Don't Help Anymore"

"Central banks buying in the [stock] market... you really think that's a good idea?" Raging about central banks' picking winners, buying Deutsche Bank, and keeping stocks "steady" around elections, Santelli exploded, "is that the world we really want to live in?" The Fed's buying stocks "will completely and utterly and in every possible way destroy and value in the marketplace..."