Deutsche Bank Woes Show Will for ECB Clarity Amid VolatilityBy and
ECB officials debating right amount of disclosure on SREP
In the meantime ECB willing to let information come from banks
In a world where Deutsche Bank’s stock can whipsaw more than 10 percent over three days, investors are asking for the European Central Bank to tell them what’s going on. In the short term, they’ll probably be kept waiting.
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