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BofA Upgrades Deutsche Bank's Cap Structure Despite Admission "Does Not Particularly Like It"

On a day in which DB appeared set to tumble into the a abyss, we saw the defensive cavalry emerge in full force, starting with a letter by the CEO bashing "speculators", a massive short squeeze with no locate available, a twitter rumor of a settlement being picked up as unconfirmed "news" by a reputable French agency (which apparently has better access to events in Germany than the German
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