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Even High School Kids Can See That Massive Systemic Risk That Deutsche Bank Represents

I was discussing the US Department of Justice $14B fine levied at Deutsche Bank with my 15 year old son last week. I told him the fine amounted to roughly 70% of Deutsche's market cap, while a similar retroactive tax levy from the EU towards Apple for $14B was about 3% of their cash on hand or a quarter's operating profit. My son said, "Whoah! Waitaminute! I thought Deutsche Bank was a big company like Apple.
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