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Deutsche Bank's Biggest Investor Is Getting Worried As Government Rules Out State Bailout

Just a week after Qatar investors were 'used' as the headline ammunition for short squeeze momentum ignition in Deutsche Bank's stock, WSJ reports the beleaguered bank's biggest shareholder is getting worried, questioning management's long-term strategy. The shares are slipping further as the German government rules out any state aid for the most dangeorus bank in the world.
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