Tag Archives: Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank Is Heading For Disaster Unless…

The complete and total collapse of Deutsche Bank would be an event many times more significant for the global financial system than the collapse of Lehman Brothers was. Global leaders simply cannot afford for such a thing to happen, but without serious intervention it appears that is precisely where we are heading.

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Bancopalypse 2.0 May Be Upon Us – Soon

The banking crisis of 2008 never fully healed. It just got shuffled under the carpet while the public was fed a phony narrative that everything was fantastic which turned out to be a gigantic farce; many of the world’s banking systems are just as risky as they were back in 2008.

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Decline & Fall of Deutsche Bank Becoming Fast & Furious

It’s been almost 10 years in the making, but the fate of one of Europe’s most important financial institutions appears to be sealed. After a hard-hitting sequence of scandals, poor decisions, and unfortunate events, Frankfurt-based Deutsche Bank shares are now down -48% on the year to $12.60, which is a record-setting low. Even more stunning is the long-term view of the German institution’s downward spiral. With a modest $15.8 billion in market capitalization, shares of the 147-year-old company now trade for a paltry 8% of its peak price in May 2007. Today's infographic illustrates the timeline of the fall of one of Europe’s most iconic financial institutions.

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