The FINANCIAL -- The potential disruptions – including Brexit, a tech slump and trade wars causing a weakening RMB – are framed as alternative scenarios for investors to consider as hedges to market consensus, according to Dominic Konstam, Head of Global Market Strategy, and William Marshall, Strategist. The authors add that the potential shock scenarios can offer hedges to Deutsche Bank’s ...

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The FINANCIAL -- According to the July Royal Bank of Scotland PMI, private sector companies in Scotland increased output to the greatest extent in four years during July. Business activity was ...

The FINANCIAL -- The World Bank (International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, IBRD rated Aaa/AAA) has mandated the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) as the sole arranger of the first ...

The FINANCIAL -- Millennial couples break tradition, inviting mates along on their milestone ...

The FINANCIAL -- American Express and Marriott International, Inc. announced that Starwood Preferred Guest American Express Luxury Card is now available. Eligible new Card Members who apply for the ...

The FINANCIAL -- As the latest Credit Suisse Youth Barometer indicates, the effects of digitalization are at the root of uncertainties surrounding people's working lives, even among young people. ...

The FINANCIAL -- Young people have clear expectations when it comes to banking. It should be easy, accurate, digital and personal. Here’s how the Netherlands, Belgium and Australia are trying to do ...

The FINANCIAL -- Barclays today announces the appointment of Justin Brickwood as MD, Head of Markets Innovation, based in London. Justin will join Barclays in September and will report to John ...

The FINANCIAL -- Deutsche Bank announced that it has hired Claudio de Sanctis as Head of Europe. In this newly formed role, de Sanctis will help boost growth in the region by building on its leading ...