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August 21, 2014
12:50 EDTDB, MSDeutsche Bank divests natgas trading book to Morgan Stanley, Reuters says
Deutsche Bank (DB) decided to sell Morgan Stanley (MS) its North American natural gas trading book, according to Reuters, citing a source familiar with the agreement. Reference Link
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October 16, 2014
14:33 EDTMSEarnings Preview: Morgan Stanley to report after Goldman beat expectations
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06:50 EDTDBEuropean regulator rejects bonus loophole, NY Times says
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October 15, 2014
12:23 EDTMSMorgan Stanley October volatility elevated into Q3 and outlook
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09:14 EDTDBDeutsche Asset & Wealth Management hires Dessy Arteaga from JPMorgan
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07:26 EDTDBCapital Link to hold a webinar
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October 13, 2014
06:44 EDTMSRegulators seeking banks' auto loan data, Reuters reports
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06:37 EDTMSBlackRock, Morgan Stanley to buy shares in Link Net, WSJ reports
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06:25 EDTMSMorgan Stanley may not close Rosneft deal, WSJ reports
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October 12, 2014
19:36 EDTDBDeutsche Bank loses traders as it enforces behavior policy, FT says
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14:42 EDTDBDeutsche Bank's provisions for legal costs may rise to $8.8B, Bloomberg says
Deutsche Bank's allocation for potential legal costs may rise to as much as $8.8B, says Bloomberg, citing a report from Spiegel. The banks legal costs which were 3B euros last year are impeding its efforts to build capital and increase returns for investors, added Bloomberg. Reference Link
13:03 EDTMSBanks agree on derivatives procedures for future crisis scenario, WSJ says
Meeting at the Federal Reserve in Washington, top banking executives from 18 large U.S., European and Japanese banks agreed in principle to wait up to 48 hours before seeking to terminate derivatives contracts and collect associated payments from a troubled financial institution, says the Wall Street Journal. Publicly traded companies in the space include Bank of America (BAC), Citigroup (C), Goldman Sachs (GS), JPMorgan (JPM), Morgan Stanley (MS), U.S. Bancorp (USB) and Wells Fargo (WFC). Reference Link
October 10, 2014
09:13 EDTDBEBA says EU stress test results to be published October 26
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October 8, 2014
07:20 EDTMSCapital Link to hold a forum
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07:13 EDTMSBank dealers agree to revised derivatives rules, FT reports
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07:11 EDTDBDeutsche Bank mulls $2B real estate loan portfolio sale, Reuters says
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06:56 EDTMSBarclays lists several Large-Cap banks with the most Q3 upside
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October 7, 2014
09:17 EDTMSSecurities Industry & Financial Markets Association to hold a conference
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07:28 EDTMSWells Fargo ups price target ranges for capital markets banks
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06:51 EDTMS, DBJustice Department set to attack more large banks by year end, NY Times says
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06:29 EDTDBDeutsche Bank in talks to settle rate-rigging allegations, WSJ reports
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