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Deutsche Bank’s net profit dropped to €20 million in the second quarter.

Deutsche Bank warned that deeper cuts may be needed to turn around the lender after revenue fell sharply in the second quarter as the low interest rat(...)

A woman walking in front of a branch of Germany’s Deutsche Bank in Cologne. Photograph: Reuters/Wolfgang Rattay

Berlin’s smartphone bank N26 has been granted a European banking licence, giving it a lead in a looming shake-up of financial services across Europe. (...)

Deutsche Bank chairman Paul Achleitner has become the latest global banking leader to warn about the potential fallout if UK voters decide to leave the European Union. (Photograph: Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters)

Deutsche Bank chairman Paul Achleitner has become the latest global banking leader to warn about the potential fallout if UK voters decide to leave t(...)

former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger is among those who will attend this year’s Bilderberg conference. Photograph: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

It will be chaired by a French count who spends his weekends in a castle, there will be no minutes, no press conference and no momentous announcements(...)

Workers install a fence in front of Hotel Taschenbergpalais in Dresden,  which hosts the Bilderberg conference. Here politicians, business leaders, academics and media representatives will discuss world affairs behind closed doors. Photograph: Sebastian Kahnert/EPA

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary will both attend this year’s secretive Bilderberg conference which beg(...)

Deutsche Bank posted a surprise profit in the first quarter as legal expenses dropped and the company’s trading businesses performed better than analysts had expected.

Deutsche Bank posted a surprise profit in the first quarter as legal expenses dropped and the company’s trading businesses performed better than analy(...)

BP’s chief executive Bob Dudley:  BP shareholders voted on April 14 to oppose his  $20 million pay package for 2015, the rare revolt reflecting outrage after the British oil and gas company recorded its biggest annual loss. Photograph: REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett/Files

Chief executives’ outsized pay packages are again coming under scrutiny, following a host of controversial pay awards in recent weeks. A fortnight ago(...)

China’s economic slowdown is a worry. Photograph: Reuters/China Daily

As our political set wring their hands and dance ahead of the inevitable formation of a new government, on some levels things are looking pretty good(...)

John Cryan, co-chief executive officer of Deutsche Bank: “2016 should be the year when we finish the process of tidying up the bank and be 100 perc ent focused on what’s most important, which is our staff engaging with our customers.”

Deutsche Bank, the German lender that has paid more than $9 billion in fines and settlements since the financial crisis, expects to resolve the larges(...)

When Stephen Elop likened Nokia to a burning platform, he spoke the truth. Yet it was a disaster. Photographer: Jin Lee/Bloomberg

About a year ago a friend landed a grand job running a medium-sized company. A few weeks in, I had lunch with him and he told me he was having a prett(...)

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