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Deutsche Bank warns of peril in borrowing from U.S. banks

By Tom Sims and Marta Orosz FRANKFURT, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Germany's Deutsche Bank DBKGn.DE has a stark warning to European companies borrowing from U.S. lenders: They will drop you when times get tough. The caution, spelled out in an interview with Deutsche Bank board member Fabrizio Campelli, is the latest escalation in a battle with U.S. banks for the business of European firms on its home turf.
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Deutsche Bank CEO warns of reliance on government aid packages

BERLIN, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank Chief Executive Christian Sewing appealed for caution regarding German government relief packages and said the country should not come to rely on extending aid measures, speaking at an economic conference on Thursday. "At some point, even Germany will run out of ways of explaining this to the capital market in such a way that the capital market believes in Germany's debt capacity," Sewing said at the event, hosted by the Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper.
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Bankers pour cold water on red hot coal

* Coal miners struggling to fund expansion plans * Thermal coal costs more than coking coal after price surge * Most Western bankers pulling back from coal industry By Sarah McFarlane and Clara Denina LONDON, Nov 24 (Reuters) - It's the best of times, it's the worst of times. At least when it comes to mining coal. After years of decline, demand for the polluting fossil fuel has surged this year as Europe scrambles to replace Russian gas, and coal miners are making money hand over fist.
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World's biggest banks see global economy slowing more in 2023, with likely U.S. recession

Nov 21 (Reuters) - The world's largest investment banks expect global economic growth to slow further in 2023 following a year roiled by a war and soaring inflation, which triggered one of the fastest monetary policy tightening cycles in recent times. The U.S. Federal Reserve has increased interest rates by 375 basis points this year since rolling out its first hike in March.
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China's Fosun seeks to sell stake in Alibaba's logistics arm Cainiao- sources

By Julie Zhu and Kane Wu HONG KONG, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Debt-laden Chinese conglomerate Fosun International 0656.HK is seeking to offload a minority stake in Alibaba Group's 9988.HK logistics arm Cainiao, in a deal that could fetch up to $1 billion, two people with direct knowledge of the matter said. Fosun has appointed a financial adviser to run the sale of its stake of less than 5% in Cainiao and the plan is at an early stage, said the sources, who declined to be identified as the information
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Bundesbank warns banks against 'careless' payout pledges as economy cools

* Wuermeling says banks should not tie their hands * Sees German banks maintaining capital ratios By Francesco Canepa and Frank Siebelt FRANKFURT, Nov 23 (Reuters) - German banks should avoid making multi-year promises to their shareholders despite bumper profits this year as the outlook for the economy is worsening, Bundesbank board member Joachim Wuermeling told Reuters.
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Deutsche Bank sees U.S. leveraged loan defaults near record highs in 2024

By Chiara Elisei Nov 21 (Reuters) - Default rates on U.S. leveraged loans will hit a near-record high of 11.3% in 2024, while defaults on euro leveraged loans will hit 7.1%, as the global economic outlook deteriorates, Deutsche Bank said on Monday. For 2023, however, Deutsche Bank expects default rates to be kept in check given the lack of near-term maturities.
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U.S. dollar has peaked due to softer inflation, jobs -Barclays, Deutsche

NEW YORK, Nov 16 (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar may have already seen its highest levels for the year given growing evidence of slowing inflation and a weakening labor market in the world's largest economy, Barclays and Deutsche Bank wrote in research notes on Wednesday. Apart from domestic factors, Barclays said the improving European energy supply and demand situation as well as China's reopening expectations are good enough reasons to unwind some of the risk premium that has supported the dollar
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U.S., Japan and partners mobilise $20 billion to move Indonesia away from coal

* Deal will bring forward peak emissions to 2030 * Indonesia sets net-zero goal in power sector * Programme based on COP26 South Africa plan By David Lawder and Valerie Volcovici NUSA DUA, Indonesia/SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt, Nov 15 (Reuters) - A coalition of countries will mobilise $20 billion of public and private finance to help Indonesia shut coal power plants and bring forward the sector's peak emissions date by seven years to 2030, the United States, Japan and partners said on Tuesday.
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U.S., Japan and partners mobilise $20 bln to move Indonesia away from coal power

By David Lawder and Valerie Volcovici NUSA DUA, Indonesia/SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt, Nov 15 (Reuters) - A coalition of countries will mobilise $20 billion of public and private finance to help Indonesia shut coal power plants and bring forward the sector's peak emissions date by seven years to 2030, the United States, Japan and partners announced on Tuesday.
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Shareholder payouts at risk as ECB tells banks to hold capital - sources

* Supervisors say banks too optimistic * Risk models struggle to capture inflation surge * ECB approved large payouts this year By Francesco Canepa and Valentina Za FRANKFURT, Nov 9 (Reuters) - Investors hoping for fat payouts from euro zone banks may be disappointed as supervisors are urging them to preserve capital in the face of a souring economic outlook, sources told Reuters.
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Deutsche Bank joins industry criticism of ECB

(Updates with details, context) FRANKFURT, Nov 9 (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank DBKGn.DE on Wednesday added its voice to the financial industry's recent criticism of the European Central Bank, with the German lender's finance chief saying authorities should do more to champion banks. The ECB and other institutions "should be moving to championing the banks to help the economy rather than not," Chief Financial Officer James von Moltke said at a financial conference hosted by Switzerland's UBS.
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Scholz: Xi opposing nuclear weapons in Ukraine reason enough to visit China

* Must prepare for scenario where ties with China sour * Comments come day after Scholz trip to Beijing * Tells German CEOs to diversify away from China By Andreas Rinke BERLIN, Nov 5 (Reuters) - German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, who was heavily criticised for a trip to Beijing this week, said on Saturday his and Chinese President Xi Jinping's joint statement opposing the use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine had been reason enough for the visit.
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Deutsche Bank plans to sell Panda bonds in China

BEIJING/SHANGHAI, Nov 4 (Reuters) - German lender Deutsche Bank DBKGn.DE plans to sell Panda bonds in China's interbank market, it said on Friday without disclosing the size of any potential issue. The application to issue the debt has been submitted to China's central bank and is pending regulatory approval, the German bank's statement said. Panda bonds are yuan-denominated bonds issued by foreign borrowers.
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India says Xiaomi misled Deutsche Bank on 'illegal' royalty payments

* Xiaomi, Indian agency face off over royalty payments * India has frozen $670 mln of Xiaomi's bank assets * Xiaomi has said India freeze "effectively halted" ops By Aditya Kalra and Munsif Vengattil NEW DELHI, Nov 4 (Reuters) - Indian investigators have alleged Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp's 1810.HK India unit misled its banker Deutsche Bank AG DBKGn.DE for years by claiming it had an agreement for payment of royalties when it had none, legal documents showed.
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Deutsche Bank plans to sell panda bonds in China

BEIJING/SHANGHAI, Nov 4 (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank plans to sell Panda bonds in China's interbank market, according to a statement released by the company on Friday. Panda bonds are yuan-denominated bonds issued by foreign borrowers. The company has submitted an application to issue the debt to China's central bank, according to the statement. Repor
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BNP Paribas profit tops forecast despite higher costs, debt markdown

* Q3 net income up 10.3% at 2.76 billion euros; * Beat driven by trading revenue, France, Turkey and Poland * BNP raises 2025 revenue target by 2 bln euros * Bank says had to mark down some leverage financing deals By Silvia Aloisi and Matthieu Protard PARIS, Nov 3 (Reuters) - BNP Paribas BNPP.PA , the euro zone's biggest lender, posted a higher than expected net profit in the third quarter, with thriving trading revenue helping to offset rising costs and markdowns on some leverage financing dea
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European stocks notch 5-week highs on hopes central banks will pivot

(For a Reuters live blog on U.S., UK and European stock markets, click LIVE/ or type LIVE/ in a news window) * Indexes reverse losses after BoC's smaller 50 bps rate hike * Tech sector falls on disappointing earnings from U.S. peers * Banks cautious of risks after stronger-than-expected profits By Sruthi Shankar and Ankika Biswas Oct 26 (Reuters) - European shares reversed early losses to hit a five-week high on Wednesday after a smaller-than-expected interest rate hike by the Bank of Canada (Bo
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Barclays beats forecast on trading boom, but bad loan charges rise

* Q3 pretax profit 2 bln stg vs forecast 1.8 bln * FICC income doubles to 1.6 bln stg * Bad loan charges rise By Lawrence White and Iain Withers LONDON, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Barclays BARC.L beat forecasts with a small rise in third-quarter profit on Wednesday lifted by a record performance in fixed income trading, but costs and loan charges crept higher in a sign of ongoing challenges.
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Deutsche Bank sets 2030 targets to cut emissions tied to loans

* Seeks 23% cut in upstream oil & gas by 2030 * Aims to cut sector emissions 90% by 2050 * Also sets targets for power, steel, autos By Simon Jessop LONDON, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank DBKGn.DE on Friday said it aimed to reduce the emissions tied to its upstream corporate oil and gas sector loans by 23% by 2030, as part of a series of targets to help it meet its climate commitments.
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