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Bank Robber Claims To Have A Bomb Resulting In Havoc For Silver Lake Commute

19th SE in front of the Key Bank was closed as was 110th SE.

A robot from the Inter-agency Bomb Squad enters the bank.

A tech with the bomb squad watches from a safe distance as the robot works in the bank.

A bomb tech exits the bank key bank silver lake gives the all-clear for employees to return and detectives to begin their investigation.

19th SE was closed for about five hours.

On a regular Friday afternoon the commute can be challenging around 112th and 19th Ave SE in the Silver Lake neighborhood of south Everett, Washington.

Friday afternoon things got really messy as a man entered the Key Bank Branch at 110th and 19th Ave SE shortly after 5 PM, displayed an object and announced he had a bomb.

He demanded and got away with an undisclosed amount of money, leaving the object behind.

Bank employees evacuated and Everett Police closed down 19th Avenue SE between 110th and 112th. The Safeway parking lot was also shut down as was 110th SE.

Traffic was diverted through the Silver Lake Shopping Center and roads in the area quickly backed up.

The Washington State Patrol Interagency Bomb Squad responded and sent a robot into the bank multiple times.

Bomb technicians then entered the bank and examined the object determining it was not an active explosive.

The bank was turned over to detectives who had been waiting for the all-clear to begin their investigation.

At this writing they key bank silver lake examining video and collecting evidence and no suspect information was immediately available.

The roads were re-opened shortly after 10:00 PM.

We’ll update as information is made available. Here are some photos from the incident.

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(Akron, OH) Sept. 8, 2016 – The Shaw JCC of Akron is currently accepting registrations through Sept. 16 for its 22nd annual Golf Outing, Key bank silver lake, Sept. 26, at Silver Lake Country Club. Akron community leaders are invited to attend and/or sponsor the event.

“Whether you play in the tournament, make a donation or sponsor the event, you will make a definite and immediate impact. Key bank silver lake directly benefit the Shaw JCC and allow us to continue offering exceptional programming and services to our members and the community at-large,” said Michael Neumann, executive director.

Everyday hundreds of children, families and seniors walk through the doors of the Shaw JCC for health and wellness, youth programs and Camp JCC, the Mandel Early Key bank silver lake Education Center, adult and Jewish programming.

“For many people, the Shaw JCC is like their second home,” said Neumann. “We are so grateful for the support of our sponsors and volunteers who help make this tournament a success year after year. Without your generosity, the services we offer to the community would not be possible.”

Hole sponsorships are $500, and a foursome with hole sponsorship is $1,200. Individual golfers are $175. Registration fees include lunch, golf, cocktails and heavy appetizers as well as contests, prizes and gifts throughout the event. Single cocktail hour tickets may be purchased for $50. Deadline to register and/or sponsor is Friday, Sept. 16. For more information, visit the event website at

Current sponsoring companies and organizations include cocktail hour sponsor EdgePoint Capital Advisors; cart sponsor KJ Mirman Construction Co.; entry gift sponsor Brouse McDowell LPA; driving range sponsor Summa Health; lunch sponsor Summit Management Services, Inc.; putting green sponsor SA Comunale, Co., Inc.; and drink cart sponsor LRC Realty.

Hole sponsors are Akron Children's Hospital; Alan Woll; Fifth Third Bank; Main Street Gourmet; Roetzel & Andress; S&T Bank; Sequoia Financial Group; Akron Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Group; Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority; Audio Technica Corp.; Brennan, Manna & Diamond, LLC; Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs LLC; The Cardinal Group; GOJO Industries, Inc.; Key Bank; Mike Cappola; and The K Company, Inc. Golf committee chairs are Sam Pupino, Jason Butterworth and Stephanie Davis-Dieringer.

Registration and driving range open at 10:30 a.m. followed by lunch at 11 a.m. The event tees off at 1 p.m. with an 18-hole shotgun start. Cocktails and heavy appetizers will be served during a team prize and award ceremony at 5:30 p.m. The event will be held at the Silver Lake Country Club a premier family club located at 1325 Graham Road in Silver Lake. This historic golf course is known for creating a classic private club experience for its guests.

If you have any questions regarding the tournament, please call Jody Faught at 330-835-0025 or email [email protected] Visit the golf outing website at

About the Shaw JCC of Akron

The Shaw JCC of Akron has been home to our community for over 80 years. Originally named the Jewish Center, the Shaw JCC fosters a safe and secure environment steeped in Jewish values. More than 6,000 individuals of all ages, religions and socio-economic backgrounds participate in a wide range of services offered including the Mandel Early Childhood Education Center, adult and senior adults programming, fitness center, full-service aquatics programs, 11-week summer camp and the Families Supporting Families scholarship program. As a mission-based organization, we strive to serve all people, regardless of their ability to pay the cost of services. For more information visit our website at or call 330-867-7850. 


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    (Bloomberg) -- Deutsche Bank AG traders are facing almost unprecedented volatility in interest rates, currencies and emerging markets in the fourth quarter, even as other parts of the investment bank benefit from rising stock markets and a surge in dealmaking.

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    Fixed-income markets have been “a tale of two cities,” with credit trading and financing performing well along with stock markets, trading head Ram Nayak said in an interview. But debt securities more sensitive to global economic developments “have gone through the choppiest times we have seen.”

    “We’ve managed the choppiness quite well,” he said. “In credit and financing, we have kept the momentum going.”

    Rates, currencies and emerging markets have been a key driver for the investment bank, contributing about half of the unit’s revenue in the first nine months of last year. A slowdown there would add to challenges for Deutsche Bank Chief Executive Officer Christian Sewing as he enters the final year of his turnaround plan, which has been carried largely by the trading and securities unit. The corporate lending business he initially prioritized, meanwhile, has struggled with negative interest rates.

    Nayak’s comments are among the first indications of how major investment banks performed in the final months of the year. As inflation accelerates, threatening to end a three-decade hiatus, traders who for the most part haven’t lived through such a period are having to contend with unusual swings in everything from government bonds to currencies.

    In the U.S., Treasury yields surged Wednesday after Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell suggested Tuesday that stubbornly high inflation warranted increasing the pace of policy tightening. That saw the market reverse course after benchmark 10-year yields fell to a two-month low this week on fears that the new omicron variant of the coronavirus could be resistant to existing vaccines. At the Bank of England, meanwhile, a widely anticipated increase in interest rates could be delayed by the emergence of omicron.

    Still, for Deutsche Bank’s traders, Nayak gave a cautiously upbeat outlook on next year, saying his unit can “possibly do a bit better” than the 5% drop forecast by analysts for fixed-income trading across the industry.

    “Our goal is not to give back any market share, and we’re confident we can,” he said. Nayak’s unit has been growing faster than the Wall Street average for much of 2021, suggesting his traders have regained market share that was lost in previous years while Deutsche Bank was going through a period of instability.

    Speaking in the same interview, Mark Fedorcik, the head of the advisory business, struck a more positive tone after his unit made dozens of hires this year at the level of managing director or director, more than offsetting departures.

    “We have the most momentum and the best team in three years,” he said. The business of advising on mergers and debt origination performed particularly well in the fourth quarter, he said, adding he expects that trend to continue into the first quarter of next year.

    Revenue in the business led by Fedorcik, known internally as origination and advisory, was up 22% in the first nine months of the year. That made it the fastest-growing unit by far at Deutsche Bank among the businesses for which the lender provides a revenue breakdown.

    The investment bank led by Nayak and Fedorcik is the largest revenue contributor to Deutsche Bank and its performance has exceeded Sewing’s expectations when he unveiled his strategy a little over two years ago. Fedorcik said there’s no reason to change the lender’s previous full-year guidance that investment banking revenue will be at least as high as last year.

    The investment banking division generated 9.3 billion euros ($10.5 billion) in revenue last year. It has also said it expects the unit to make about 8.5 billion euros next year.

    The performance also means that its staff can expect substantial payouts, Fedorcik’s comments suggest, even though he declined to comment directly on whether bonuses would rise. “We had two very strong solid years and you want to keep that momentum going,” he said in response to a question about variable pay. “You need to compensate people commensurate with performance and market.”

    In addition, Fedorick pointed to intense competition for bankers as a pay factor. There is “upward pressure on salaries” across the industry, he said, especially for junior bankers and associates.

    “Demand for talent is the highest I’ve ever seen,” he said.

    (Updates with details about revenue performance in Fedorcik’s unit in eleventh paragraph.)

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    1. and so does TD, those $20 bills are going right back to them (and even up to double) with their extremely high fees. hands out a few 20s to a few customers but TD will get that back (and more, at the end of the month) when their paying 30 to 40 dollars for thier banking fees.

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