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After Crashing, Deutsche Bank Is Forced To Issue Statement Defending Its Liquidity





"Today Deutsche Bank published updated information related to its 2016 and 2017 payment capacity for Additional Tier 1 (AT1) coupons based on preliminary and unaudited figures.   The 2016 payment capacity is estimated to be approximately EUR 1 billion, sufficient to pay AT1 coupons of approximately EUR 0.35 billion on 30 April 2016."

 
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"People In The Market For Many, Many Years Have Been Replaced By An Algorithm"





“I don’t think there’s a whole lot from my generation that are still in the industry"..."The business has to be downsized,” said Keith Underwood, a foreign-exchange consultant who ended a 25-year trading career, including at Lloyds Banking Group Plc, in 2014. But it’s not easy “for people who have been in a market for many, many years to see that they’ve been replaced by an algorithm.”

 
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Another Data Point To Ignore: Dividend Cuts Have Surpassed 2008





Being "paid to wait" in high-yielding stocks last year was a death by 394 cuts. As Bloomberg reports, the number of dividend reductions far surpassed 2008, almost 100 more than at the outset of the Great Recession - a time when the implosion of Lehman caused equity markets to plummet in the later stages of the third quarter.

 
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After The European Bank Bloodbath, Is Canada Next?





Here is the one chart showing why the time to panic about Canadian banks may have finally arrived...

 
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Futures, Global Stocks Tumble As Europe Bank, Periphery Carnage Unfolds





Everything went from bad to worse once Europe opened, and things started going "bump in the morning" across the European banking sector, where not only has it been more of the same with CDS spreads for major banks - most notably Deutsche Bank - continuing their surge wider, but also EM spreads to Bunds all following, with the Portugal-Germany Yield spread blowing out above 300 bps for the first time since 2014, and other peripheral nations following.

 
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A Wounded Deutsche Bank Lashes Out At Central Bankers: Stop Easing, You Are Crushing Us





"We have reached that fork in the road within the monetary twilight zone, where Europe's largest bank is openly defying central bank policy and demanding an end to easy money. Alas, since tighter monetary policy assures just as much if not more pain, one can't help but wonder just how the central banks get themselves out of this particular trap they set up for themselves."

 
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The Real Reason For Oil's Crazy Volatility This Week





The volatility in crude oil trading has reached the highest levels since Lehman's systemic crisis in 2008. Intraday swings of 5-10% are now de rigeur with OPEC and geopolitical headlines jockeying for narrative amid collapsing fundamentals.. but there is another, much bigger driver of this sudden chaos. As Reuters reports, the sudden liquidation of a $600 million triple-levered fund bet on falling prices wreaked havoc through the entire crude complex.

 
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Why We Won't Have A "Lehman Moment" In The 2016 Crash





Issuing more credit will only make the 2016 crash worse. Trying to stop the current crash with more credit and lower interest rates is like sending the cavalry on suicide charges against entrenched machine guns, artillery and tanks. The coming financial slaughter will be as senseless, wasteful and ineffective as any suicide attack in the Great War.

 
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Global Trade Collapsed In January: Bellwether South Korea Exports Crash "Most Since Lehman"





As the first major exporting nation to report each month, all eyes and hopeful speculative capital was glued to tonight's South Korean trade data. After a brief respite in November, December's drop was worrisome, but January's just reported 18.5% crash - the most since the financial crisis - has only been seen during a US economic recession. Worse still, South Korean imports plunged over 20% in January as it appears crashing crude and cliff-diving freight indices are less about supply and more about demand (there is none) after all.

 
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Former Citi Trader Exposes How Wall Street Came To Own The Clintons





"I owe almost my entire Wall Street career to the Clintons. I am not alone; most bankers owe their careers, and their wealth, to them."

 
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China's Biggest Drop "Since Lehman" Is Worst.January.Ever





Thanks to BoJ's global "float all boats" NIRP-tard-ness, Chinese stocks avoided the headline of "worst month in 21 years" by rallying above the crucial 2,667 level (for SHCOMP). However, January's 23% pluinge is the worst month since October 2008 and is officially the worst start to a year in the history of Chinese stocks.

 
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Why 2,667 Is The Most Important Number In China Tonight





Barring some miraculous 8% epic melt-up in the afternoon session - go down as the worst ever January for Chinese stocks. While that is a big enough deal, for now the 24%-plus plunge is the worst of any month since Lehman's fallout in October 2008. However, it is close... if the Shanghai Composite closes below 2667.50 today, January 2016 will become the worst month for Chinese stocks since 1994... quite a feat in a "stable" and manipulated market.

 
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