Deutsche Bank: World's most dangerous bank?

(11 Posts)
Auti Thu 07-Jul-16 09:50:07

So is it now the most dangerous bank in the world?According to the International Monetary Fund - yes

Interesting times...

ProfessorPreciseaBug Mon 11-Jul-16 06:21:32

The article misses out more than it says. Why have DB shares fallen so much?

SilverHawk Mon 11-Jul-16 22:22:58

www.mumsnet.com/Talk/eu_referendum_2016_/2675212-Anyone-feeling-the-country-is-dividing
I was talking about this a few days ago.

SilverHawk Mon 11-Jul-16 22:40:56

DB really is a basket case due to it's derivatives. Will take Italy and the Euro down with it.

Auti Tue 27-Sep-16 14:16:30

Bump

Analysts fear Deutsche Bank could become Europe's Lehman Brothers

scaryteacher Tue 27-Sep-16 15:22:58

Watching with interest, especially as Merkel has reportedly said 'nein' to bailing it out. She can't really do otherwise after her stance on Greece.

A couple of the Italian banks are looking worrying as well.

Amalfimamma Wed 28-Sep-16 13:33:45

A couple of the Italian banks are looking worrying as well.

They are the worst banks in the world IMO and I hope that each and every one of them goes bust.

They are guilty of usury, denying credit to small businesses and families and fraud. And many banks, workers and directors are under investigation for many other crimes. Not to mention the fact that this government is guilty of collusion with one bank in particular whose owner is the father of one of this governments ministers and was 'bailed' illegally while leaving many savers homeless and penniless.

If anyone is interested they could read up on how duetsche bank is also under investigation in italy for corruption, extortion and a couple d'etat in italy in 2011.......

HellsBellsnBucketsofBlood Wed 28-Sep-16 18:41:50

Watching with both interest and worry here. It's a huge enterprise - the domino effect on all the rest including uk banks might still be horrific.

cdtaylornats Thu 29-Sep-16 00:05:46

If Deutsche Bank goes at least we can stop worrying about Brexit. There might not be an EU to leave.

Auti Fri 30-Sep-16 07:39:32

Hedge funds pull business from Deutsche Bank

Stocks Dump As Deutsche Doubts Drum Up 2008 Dread

Germany's Commerzbank cuts nearly 10,000 jobs, halts dividend

Things are really not looking good.

Justanotherlurker Fri 30-Sep-16 23:36:39

The problem is that Germany pushed for the no bail out rule with Italy and Greece etc, so that means they are over a barrel, it seems America are not going to stick the knife in so much and halve the fine, that doesn't alleviate the exposure to the derivatives and general bad place that DB are in, with German elections looming this could be just a can kicking exercise, we haven't truley recovered from 2008 TBH

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