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Deutsche Bank is a perfect example of an essential part of markets that's disappearing before our eyes

Deutsche Bank's stock is down yet again on Monday as the turmoil rocking Germany's largest bank continues into a second week. Investors are concerned that the bank may not have enough cash to pay off a massive US fine stemming from the financial crisis, and continue its operations at the same time. What's more, Germany's ruling coalition said that it won't bail out the bank.
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