quinta-feira, 29 de setembro de 2016

Começou a fuga do Deutshe Bank ? Pânico nos mercados.....segundos após a Bloomberg noticiar que 10 Hedge Funds, que usam o serviço de "corretagem prime" do Deutsche, retiraram parte de seus fundos, o Dow Jones mergulhou 1% em menos de 5 minutos.....Brasil seguiu e despencou cerca de 1% também em menos de 5 minutos

Começou a fuga do Deutshe Bank ?

Pânico nos mercados.....segundos após a Bloomberg noticiar que 10 Hedge Funds, que usam o serviço de "corretagem prime" do Deutsche, retiraram parte de seus fundos, o Dow Jones mergulhou 1% em menos de 5 minutos.....Brasil seguiu e despencou cerca de 1% também em menos de 5 minutos

Vejam a notícia publicada pela Bloomberg:

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-09-29/some-deutsche-bank-clients-said-to-reduce-collateral-on-trades

Some Deutsche Bank Clients Reduce Collateral on Trades
  William Canny

A number of funds that clear derivatives trades with Deutsche Bank AG have withdrawn some excess cash and positions held at the lender, a sign of counterparties’ mounting concerns about doing business with Europe’s largest investment bank.

While the vast majority of Deutsche Bank’s more than 200 derivatives-clearing clients have made no changes, some funds that use the bank’s prime brokerage service have moved part of their listed derivatives holdings to other firms this week, according to an internal bank document seen by Bloomberg News. Millennium Partners, Capula Investment Management and Rokos Capital Management are among about 10 hedge funds that have cut their exposure, said a person familiar with the situation who declined to be identified talking about confidential client matters.
The hedge funds use Deutsche Bank to clear their listed derivatives transactions because they are not members of clearinghouses. Millennium, Capula and Rokos declined to comment when contacted by phone or e-mail.

“Our trading clients are amongst the world’s most sophisticated investors,” Michael Golden, a spokesman for Deutsche Bank, said in an e-mailed statement. “We are confident that the vast majority of them have a full understanding of our stable financial position, the current macroeconomic environment, the litigation process in the U.S. and the progress we are making with our strategy.”
The lender’s New York-listed shares fell as much as 6.5 percent as of 12:53 p.m. local time.
Deutsche Bank’s stock and debt have been under pressure after the U.S. Justice Department requested $14 billion to settle an investigation into residential mortgage-backed securities. That’s not far from the Frankfurt-based company’s current market value of 15 billion euros ($16.9 billion). Credit-default swaps protecting Deutsche Bank bonds surged to a six-month high earlier this week, according to data compiled by CMA, while the stock hit a record intraday low of 10.18 euros.