Dancing with Deutsche Bank

In these unprecedented times of monetary intervention, the negative rates employed by the central bank; either here or abroad, often put extreme stress on banking institutions to create revenue along with increased regulation but recent activity in the Eurozone suggests that some banks may have been incorrectly priced from recent restructuring attempts.

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Banking on America

It is no mystery that the longer the Fed keeps from raising rates, the harder it is for banks to make money which depresses their stock values. In anticipation of the eventual rate increase, certain banks have taken the brunt of the punishment the past few years as they struggle to restructure to become more efficient in an ever increasingly competitive market but some are showing value when the rates begin to rise.

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