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RAOUL PAL: Deutsche Bank isn't Lehman Brothers – but there's a bigger issue at stake

Deutsche Bank is going through a crisis. The German bank is facing a $14 billion fine from US authorities, hedge funds are putting short bets on its stock (though two big funds have eased off), and the bank announced further layoffs this week. Some commenters have been comparing Deutsche's issues to the fall of investment bank Lehman Brothers, which filed for bankruptcy in 2008.
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