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Deutsche Bank “Is Probably Insolvent”

Deutsche Bank "Is Probably Insolvent" by Tim Price This is getting to be a habit. Previous late summer holidays by this correspondent coincided with the run on Northern Rock, and subsequently with the failure of Lehman Brothers. So the final crawl towards the probable nationalisation of Deutsche Bank came as no particular surprise this year, but it is tiresome to relate nevertheless.
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