Deutsche Bank's Weakness Shown in Flatter Swaps Curve: Chart

Credit derivative traders are showing concern about Deutsche Bank AG’s weakening financial health. They’ve pushed up the cost of short-dated contracts, flattening the credit curve in what can be an indicator of stress.“With credit swaps at these levels, it will ring alarm bells and make it even harder for counterparts to conduct business,” with the bank said Michael Huenseler, who helps oversee about 17 billion euros ($19 billion) at Assenagon Asset Management in Munich.

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