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NBFC model still sells, APAC Fin raises fresh equity
The problems appear to be revolving around individual firms and their financial engineering.
Deutsche Bank faces US investigation over work for Malaysia's 1MDB fund
Tim Leissner, another ex-Goldman executive who pleaded guilty last ye...
Deutsche Bank is said to set up bad-loan buying unit in India
The German bank felt the need to have its own asset reconstruction company to b...
Most brokerages positive on Kotak Bank, but some see bumps ahead
CLSA maintained buy rating on the stock and rolled forward target price to Rs 1,665.
Deutsche Bank & SC Lowy bid for Central Bank loan auction
Such asset sales are aimed at cleaning the bank’s books and reduce bad loan provisions so that the lender could turn profitable at least in the Jan-march quarter.
Stocks under pressure after biggest quarterly drop since 2008
Shares on Wall Street tumbled on Tuesday, with the Dow registering its biggest quarterly fall since 1987.
Banks to take 55% haircut on Coastal Energen’s debt of Rs 6,500 crore
Lenders have agreed to sell the company’s debt to a consortium comprising Hong Kong’s alternative investment fund SSG Capital and the distressed debt unit of Deutsche Bank. A 55% haircut works out to an upfront cash payment of Rs 2,925 crore, which the lenders will receive in lieu of debt. They have also been offered a 15% equity in the firm.
Axis Bank jumps 3% post Q4 result; should you buy?
Credit Suisse has maintained 'outperform' view on the stock with a target price of Rs 850 per share.
Maruti Suzuki shares decline 2%; brokerages have mixed outlook
The company said FY20 is unpredictable as the impact of regulatory changes is unknown.
Ex-Deutsche Bank veteran takes on 'bad boy' of Indian banking
As Gill moves to put his stamp on Yes Bank, chances are the mercurial Kapoor will be watching from the wings.
Among insurers, brokerages vote for SBI Life
SBI continues to gain share with 22.5 per cent share within private insurers in FY19.
JPMorgan weighs shifting thousands of jobs out of New York area
Despite more than two centuries of history in the city, JPMorgan is quietly shrinking its staff. JPMorgan has already made plans to move hundreds of New York-based credit-risk jobs to Texas and to station some senior-level employees there.
Asia shares at 7-month peak as China talks stimulus
Japan's Nikkei also made its high of the year so far and was last up 0.1 per cent.
European shares stay calm ahead of US jobs data
German industrial output rose in February, some good news for Europe's largest economy.
Asia shares dive with S&P 500, bond yields fall anew
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan lost 2 per cent, with South Korea badly hit.