Deutsche Bank is in serious trouble, with some hedge funds pulling business and the US Department of Justice seeking $14 billion to settle its probe on mortgage securities. Why are people so worried about the bank’s fate? FT.com's Martin Arnold explains in five charts. Published Sep 30, 2016
What Do Deutsche Bank Clients, Investors Fear?
As Deutsche Bank shares fell to a record low last week, concerns grew about the bank's mounting legal costs. Bloomberg's Michael Moore examines the bank's challenges on "Bloomberg Surveillance" September 30, 2016.
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Stock exchange: symbol | FWB:DBK | NYSE: DB
Talks between Deutsche Bank, DOJ continue but details in flux; no deal yet presented to senior decision makers on either side - Dow Jones— CNBC (@CNBC) October 2, 2016
The money has run out-Germany can't afford to bailout Deutsche Bank.Nothing to do with billions spent on immigrants https://t.co/wGzr6qsNcL— David Jones (@DavidJo52951945) October 1, 2016
.@FT - @DeutscheBank fueling transatlantic tensions:“German politicians have accused the US of waging economic war” https://t.co/CkCd2qh2X2— Mohamed A. El-Erian (@elerianm) October 2, 2016
Tweets about $DBK OR $DBOpinion: Deutsche Bank reflects shattered ambition https://t.co/15iLSOL72U— Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) October 2, 2016
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