its actually 10 graphs stacked on top of each other if that helps. they all share the same x axis, which is the dated. y axes as stated.
Wait, did they actually sell credit default swaps on Italy and Greece?
I'm currently interning at a top tier Investment Bank. The office went totally crazy during Brexit and now if this happens... lol what a time to be interning.
But honestly haven't heard any rumour nor read any equity research report that suggests what you guys are saying. We'll see.
have you heard anybody say anything about barclay's?
Nope, but then again. I'm just interning. Believe it or not, due to the high regulation we have very strict controls when it comes to talking to equity researchers / reading those report. It's really insane. Also depends on your group you're at I guess. I deal with a lot of inside information, but not from financial institutions. Can't say more. Don't want to go to jail lol
c'mon man be cool. just casually ask your boss about it over lunch. it's a news story i'm not looking for insider information, just opinion.
Nothing at all? Greece has a payment to the EU due on the 20th it probably is incapable of making, and right after the UK voting to leave a lot of theories are going around about them just defaulting
Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena will crash at the end of the month.
The euro will drop in value.
The Deutsche Bank stock will fall significantly as a result.
The pound will become stronger.
What would happen if douche bank collapsed? What effects would it have on the American markets? Any?
kek given most advice ive got from so called 'financial advisors' it wouldnt surprise me if they really are running the numbers on an atari
Dollar would go bonkers, might trigger a recession. The US isn't nearly as bad as Europe/Japan, though
I kind of feel like it's time for me to cash out of my mutual funds and shit, like, I get this feeling with shit like 30 year bonds paying 1% or whatever, negative bonds outside the US, DB getting ready for crashy chan, canadian housing bubble, etc etc etc that we're heading for a down trend and it's almost time to ride the wave down and buy the turbo dip in a couple of years.
Dunno though, I've been wrong before.
wouldn't be a wide bank panic
probably would lead to more people putting money into american banks and out of european banks
remember that Deutsche Bank failed the stress test
wouldn't be 100% surprised if it goes belly up
would still be 80% surprised though
Deutsche Bank is safe. Germany would never let anything happen to it.
Your happening fantasies need to be kept on /pol/, NEETs. We're grown men here.
Soros and his elite analysts disagree. Many also believed Lehman would never be allowed to perish.