German Finance

Deutsche Bank CEO apologizes after critical analyst report

(Bloomberg) – Deutsche Bank AG CEO Christian Sewing has apologized to Germany’s finance ministry and the country’s top regulator for the scathing criticism from one of the company’s research analysts, seeking to avoid tensions with two of its most important stakeholders ahead of elections this month. Analyst Jan Schildbach – …

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German Blue-Chip Index Adds New Companies As It Tightens Rules

The finance executives of blue-chip German companies face tighter oversight and governance requirements following the overhaul of the German DAX index of top companies, which will be expanded to 10 companies this month. The changes were sparked by the scandal surrounding electronic payment company Wirecard AG, which was kicked from …

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Asia – don’t ignore Europe | Opinion

Woof Woof The US-centric and USD-centric nature of Asia was well highlighted during our morning sell / trade conference today. After my usual opening salute covering everything and everything I thought was relevant for the day ahead, including all the ECB news, it was interesting to note that most of …

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