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Deutsche Bank shares hit record low as UBS downgrades stock to 'sell'

Shares of Deutsche Bank hit a record low Monday, down nearly 3%, after UBS downgraded the German lender's stock to a "sell" rating.

Deutsche Bank reportedly ignored employees' calls to report Trump transactions to federal watchdog

Trump's relationships with Deutsche Bank have drawn scrutiny in Congress and elsewhere. Trump sued the bank last month to prevent it from complying with Congressional subpoenas.

Masayoshi Son claims to have a 300-year vision, but his bets suggest he's making it up as he goes

SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son speaks in futuristic terms about his company, but his biggest bet so far, Uber, has not fared well out of the gate.

Market will return to all-time highs despite trade war jitters, Wall Street bull Ed Yardeni predicts

Yardeni Research's Edward Yardeni recommends investing in U.S. companies with exposure to China.

From air taxis to the Batmobile: The coolest and weirdest things at France's massive tech expo

CNBC takes you through some of the coolest — and weirdest — things featured at Viva Tech 2019, one of Europe's largest tech trade shows.

Fed speakers could steal focus from trade war in week ahead

A flurry of Fed speakers and any new trade developments could shake up what normally might be a slow week of trading ahead of the three-day Memorial Day holiday weekend.

The stock market fears more trade retaliation from China is coming next week

Traders are concerned there is another shoe to drop: more retaliatory measures from China, which may or may not come in the form of tariffs.

Short seller says Beyond Meat hype is 'beyond stupid,' places bet against the shares

"Most heavily traded retail stock on Robinhood, market cap now bigger than industry," tweeted Andrew Left.

China's currency is sending a warning signal about the trade war

China's currency has been an important barometer for progress in U.S.-Chinese trade talks, and right now it's signaling things aren't going well.

Parents are making these risky moves to send their kids to college. Here's what can go wrong

As the cost of college rises, more parents are cosigning private loans for their children's education.

Trump's failed Fed pick Stephen Moore: If central bank cuts rates, it would be 'Moore's revenge'

Moore, an advocate for easier monetary policy, says the Fed should not be worried about stronger economic growth causing out-of-control inflation.

JP Morgan buys health-care payments firm InstaMed in bank's biggest deal since financial crisis

The $500 million-plus deal shows that the nation's largest bank views the fast-changing world of payments as a battleground worthy of aggressive wagers.

'Curse of Amazon strikes again': What experts are saying about the tech giant's Deliveroo deal

Here's what experts have to say about Amazon's investment in a major competitor to food delivery giants like Uber Eats and Just Eat.

Your first trade for Friday, May 17

The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.

Hotshot active fund managers will soon have a way to play the ETF game

A new kind of ETF is expected to allow active managers a way to offer their strategies without divulging their intellectual property.

How SoftBank and its $100 billion Vision Fund has become a global start-up machine

SoftBank has invested almost $40 billion into 14 innovative start-ups ranked on CNBC's 2019 Disruptor 50 list. The fund has made large VC investments in each of these companies for sizable equity stakes.

China is powering ahead of the US in the race for mega start-ups

The surge of growth is a testament to a unique business environment, as well as a population more than three times larger than the U.S.

Seven comeback stocks that investors could pounce on: Cramer

Jim Cramer identifies seven stocks that have lagged the broader market and are starting to catch steam.

SoFi CEO reveals what he learned about millennial stock investing habits

Early investors are showing "that they don't want to put a lot of money at risk," SoFi CEO Anthony Soto says.

Credit card rates are now at their highest level in history and may weigh on the economy

It costs more than ever to pay with a credit card, which could be a drag on economic growth.

China has plenty of ways to get back at US for treatment of Huawei

China has plenty of ways it can retaliate against U.S. treatment of Huawei, and U.S. companies could feel the brunt of it.

Trump revenue at least $434 million in 2018, saw drop in Mar-a-Lago money, new filing reveals

The filing reveals that Trump in 2018 had a minimum of $434 million in revenue from all sources. That's a slight drop from the at least $452 million he reported as his minimum revenue in 2017.

Trump's latest tough trade action could hit already struggling chip stocks

Chip stocks have been struggling of late as trade tensions between China and the U.S. increase. The Trump administration's latest move on that front could add pressure to the chipmakers.

Fed's Neel Kashkari says rate hikes 'were not called for' and that policy has been 'too tight'

The Fed erred by raising rates, part of policy missteps that threatened to send the economy into recession, Kashkari says.

Former Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein on Trump's tariffs: 'I don't think he's wrong here'

Former Goldman Sachs chief Lloyd Blankfein agrees with President Trump's stance on tariffs in the ongoing trade war with China.

SoftBank leads $484 million investment in online travel start-up GetYourGuide

GetYourGuide says it's now worth more than $1 billion but isn't commenting on its exact valuation.