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Gundlach: "Deutsche Bank Will Be Bailed Out But What About Credit Suisse"

Last Thursday, when Deutsche Bank was flailing ahead of the now confirmed fake report of a reduced settlement with the DOJ, Reuters spoke to Jeff Gundlach about his thoughts regarding the German lender, his advice was simple: don't touch it. "I would just stay away. It's un-analyzable," Gundlach said about Deutsche Bank shares and debt. "It's too binary." Gundlach said investors who are betting against shares in Deutsche Bank might find it futile.
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