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Deutsche Bank Is Too Big To Fail

Yesterday we talked about oil and Deutsche Bank. Oil had technically broken out. That continued today. And remember this chart we looked at on Wednesday that shows stocks tracking closely with oil all year. Given the breakout in oil on an announcement of an OPEC production cut, a scenario where oil recovers [...]
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