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Deutsche Bank has a 'fundamental business problem' beyond its immediate crisis

Deutsche Bank has had a wild two weeks. The German bank reportedly may be on the hook for $14 billion in fines for a settlement with US regulators over bad investment products from the financial crisis era. The steep fine has led to speculation over a government bailout and a possible decrease in exposure by hedge funds, signaling no confidence in the bank. Add all of this up, and Deutsche Bank now has its lowest share price ever and a US market cap smaller than Twitter.
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