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Lynch Mob Says ‘No’ To Deutsche Bank

Sunday, October 9, 2016 8:15
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It is really something that Loretta Lynch, head of the US Department of Justice, has the power of life or death over the largest bank in Germany.

“Deutsche Bank CEO Returns Home Empty-Handed After Failing To Reach ‘Deal’ With DOJ”

Sad John Cryan, head of Deutsche Bank

Sad John Cryan, head of Deutsche Bank

Following the seemingly endless procession of short-squeeze-fueling trial balloons last week – from settlement rumors to German blue-chip bailouts to Qatari investors – Germany’s Bild newspaper confirms the rumors that sparked weakness on Friday: Deutsche bank CEO John Cryan has failed to reach an agreement with the US Justice Department.


And now, as Bloomberg reports, Deutsche Bank’s Chief Executive Officer John Cryan failed to reach an agreement with the U.S. Justice Department to resolve a years-long investigation into its mortgage-bond dealings during a meeting in Washington Friday, Germany’s Bild newspaper reported.


Deutsche Bank’s position is currently marginal as it is woefully undercapitalised and has no clear prospect of becoming meaningfully profitable. As the world’s largest derivative trader and Europe’s most systemically important bank this is untenable. Deutsche Bank is three times larger than Lehman Brothers, making the possibility of an unexpected and uncoordinated failure completely unacceptable.”

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