Ingo Speich

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The announced measures are an important signal for the capital market that the bank is now focussing more on its future and its customers after years of dealing with the past. That's to be welcomed, but investors still need more details. In comparison to rivals, Deutsche Bank is poorly capitalised. The legal disputes have cost lots of money and trust.

Can the political risks for a joint venture with Tata after Brexit be controlled? Thyssenkrupp urgently needs a plan B or C in order not to be left standing alone at the end.

Thyssenkrupp is still a colossus with feet of clay. The direction is right; the tempo isn't.

This is a partial victory, but VW is by no means out of the woods yet. There are still considerable litigation risks. Facts need to be revealed now and, if necessary, further steps need to be taken regarding individuals to regain the trust of capital markets.

The strategic options open to Deutsche Bank in the U.S.A. are clearly restricted because the profitability of the business will be weakened.

It's no great coup but the settlement reduces the uncertainty.

Of course Achleitner made mistakes, such as holding onto the old leadership.

I expect small measures rather than a bombshell. But in 12-18 months, if the margin is still where it is now it will be difficult for the shares.

VW can only develop further if the conflict of interest between unions, Lower Saxony, the ruling families and independent shareholders is resolved.

The agreement on the dividend shows that no significant changes are to be expected.

We welcome the appointment of Mr Rorsted to replace Mr Hainer and hope it means an end to the long dry spell in the profitability of Adidas.

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