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Deutsche Bank Bond Buyers Return for More of Its Junk-Like Yield (290 BP Premium)

Germany’s largest bank, Deutsche Bank, is in danger of sinking (like the battleship Bismarck). Bloomberg — Investors piled into Deutsche Bank’s latest bond sale, seeking a second helping of notes sold less than a week ago at yields resembling junk debt. The post Deutsche Bank Bond Buyers Return for More of Its Junk-Like Yield (290 BP Premium) was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner.
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