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Don't Mess With Financial Market Confidence

Don't Mess With Financial Market Confidence

3 Years ago | October 02, 2016 00:00:00

John M. Bland, MBA

Justice Department Fine
What appears to have been a retaliatory political decision by the U.S. Justice Department when it proposed a USD14 bn fine against German Banking giant Deutsche Bank  (DB) for activities in the mortgage-backed markets almost ten years ago has run the risk of triggering a global financial crisis. The fine would require the bank to raise additional capital, when it already is in a weakened state. Part of the problem is recent regulations which stand in the way of the German gove

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