Source: Alt Market, by Daisy Luther
This article was written by Daisy Luther and originally published at DaisyLuther.com
There is a very real possibility that Deutsche Bank is going down.
If the most prominent bank in Germany fails, the effect on Europe will be profound, and I don’t think the United States will escape the effects. The ripples will turn into a tsunami as they travel across the Atlantic. Already, the bank’s troubles have stressed the American stock market.
Angela Merkel has stated that Deutsche Bank will not be getting a bailout from the European Central Bank – the lender of last resort for European banks.
The Department of Justice recently issued a $14 billion fine to the bank to settle a mortgage-backed securities probe…and the bank has no intention of paying.
“Deutsche Bank has no intent to settle these potential civil claims anywhere near the number cited,” the…
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