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Deutsche Bank is the only major European bank that has to pay to borrow money

Deutsche Bank is the only major European lender that has to pay to borrow money over a 9 or 12-month period. The bank paid 0.06% interest for a one-year loan and 0.02% for a nine-month loan, according to data compiled by the European Money Market Institute and reported by Reuters. The data shows that lenders are more worried about the financial health of Deutsche Bank than the other 19 members of the Euribor panel.
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