Deutsche Bank, Lehman and the End-of-Days Debate

Be wary of scaremongers.

Reading the runes of the next financial crisis?

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Aftershocks from the credit crisis eight years ago are still rippling through the world, including negative rates, swollen central bank balance sheets and increased scrutiny of the financial system. One consequence is the commentariat's effort to atone for its failures then by crying wolf at every available opportunity now.

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