However, in the end the US would ultimately harm itself. Because if the Deutsche Bank goes down, it will cause a “domino effect”: it will be followed by the Credit Suisse, JP Morgan and the whole of the world financial system, he finally said.
Concerns are growing worldwide about the possible collapse of Germany’s biggest lender, Deutsche Bank, after the US Department of Justice slapped a record high fine on the lender, prompting its market value to plummet and financial problems to ensue; German financial analyst Ernst Wolff explained to Sputnik what it is all about.
Germany’s biggest lender, Deutsche Bank, has been beset by a wide array of problems for which it is now being sued worldwide.
The biggest complaint comes from the US: the Department of Justice is fining the lender $14 billion in connection with the the settlement of its mortgage lending and securitization activities during the 2000’s housing bubble. The potential fine far exceeds previous media…
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