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EL-ERIAN: Deutsche Bank is 'not a Lehman moment' (DB)

Deutsche Bank's current troubles will not turn into a "Lehman moment," a ccording to  Allianz's chief economic adviser, Mohamed El-Erian. El-Erian on Thursday told Bloomberg TV that the German lender's current turmoil will not lead to "a sudden stop to the global economy," like the one that followed Lehman Brothers' 2008 failure. For one thing, he said, the global banking system is stronger than it was in the years leading up to the financial crisis.
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