Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Market Worried About #Deutsche Bank

Bank stocks, including Deutsche, have been falling over growth fears. That eventually started to catch up with additional Tier 1 securities. Deutsche bank's are particularly vulnerable because of weak profitability, relatively low capital, and German AT1 accounting standards. In other words, the invisible hand is clearly worried. Lehman Brothers, major investment banks, including the Treasury Secretary Paulson and Fed Chairman weren't particularly worried ahead of the financial crisis of 2008.

Headline: German Finance Minister Schaeuble Has 'No Concerns' Over Deutsche Bank

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said he’s not worried about Deutsche Bank AG after the shares and bonds of Germany’s biggest lender took a battering over investor concern about capital and funding levels.

“No, I have no concerns about Deutsche Bank,” Schaeuble told Bloomberg Television in Paris after a meeting of French and German finance chiefs on Tuesday. He didn’t elaborate further.



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