German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble said he’s not worried about Deutsche Bank after the shares and bonds of Germany’s biggest lender took a battering over investor concern about capital and funding levels.

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble said he’s not worried about Deutsche Bank after the shares and bonds of Germany’s biggest lender took a batt(...)

John Cryan, co-chief executive officer of Deutsche Bank told employees that the bank is “rock solid” seeking to reassure markets after a plunge in the shares.  (Photograph: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg)

Deutsche Bank is “absolutely rock-solid,” Co-chief executive officer John Cryan wrote in a letter to employees, seeking to reassure markets after a pl(...)

A specialist trader looks at his screen on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Bloodied bank stocks 2016 is shaping up to be a difficult year for investors in bank stocks. Credit Suisse shares plunged to a 24-year low last week (...)

Deutsche Bank’s € 1.75bn contingent convertible bond traded below 75 cents on the euro — its lowest level — a 19 per cent fall in price this year. (Photograph: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg)

Prices for the riskiest bonds sold by some of Europe’s largest banks plumbed new lows on Monday, the latest sign of investors reassessing their outlo(...)

Asian stock markets were scorched overnight after a torrid day of trading in US markets. As fear overwhelmed greed, yields on longer-term Japanese bonds fell below zero for the first time, the yen surged to a 15-month peak and gold reached its most precious since June. (Photograph: Issei Kato/Reuters)

Asian share markets were scorched on Tuesday as stability concerns put a torch to European bank stocks and sent investors stampeding to only the safe(...)

The Switzerland-based lender ended its financial year with a common equity tier one ratio – a key measure of financial strength – of 11.4 per cent, well below the 12.2 per cent it had promised shareholders.

Tidjane Thiam’s sweeping restructuring was meant to convince investors that Credit Suisse was on the road to recovery after some difficult years. But(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: EPA/Justin Lane

Hedge funds prove to be a suckers’ bet Ray Dalio of Bridgewater Associates has replaced George Soros as the all-time top-earning hedge fund manager, a(...)

The fear that the US, the world’s largest economy and considered the lone engine of global growth, is on the verge of recession has intensified.

Leading global economists now see a 20 per cent chance of the US falling into recession this year, and a diminishing likelihood of the Federal Reserve(...)

Mario Draghi: the   president of the European Central Bank dropped a clear signal that more stimulus measures would be forthcoming. Photograph: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg

European shares took a break from slumping on Thursday. Stocks rose after European Central Bank (ECB) president Mario Draghi dropped a clear signal(...)

After surprising markets in October with a record €6.2 billion third-quarter loss, Deutsche Bank said late on Wednesday it expects its fourth-quarter loss to be about €2.1 billion

Deutsche Bank’s record net loss of €6.7 billion which it expects to report for 2015, due to writedowns, litigation charges and restructuring costs, ha(...)