— OW (@OccupyWisdom) June 3, 2018
Markets dont care until they care. That’s why it’s called “panic”
Look at the close behaviour:
What if DEUTSCHE BANK becomes LEHMAN BROTHERS…. and kind of defaults? pic.twitter.com/H33MLDCcBN
— Antonio Iruzubieta (@airuzubieta) June 4, 2018
MERKEL and DRAGHI will meet on monday, why?
The "trouble condition" of Deutsche Bank, according to the FED, means a TROUBLE condition for the whole system.
Look at the Derivative position held by Deutsche, it is more than 5 times the volume of EU GDP and 16 times German GDP pic.twitter.com/1zzNpPupqD
— Antonio Iruzubieta (@airuzubieta) June 1, 2018
*LARGE DEUTSCHE BANK HOLDER CALLS SITUATION SERIOUS, WORRYING: HB
— lemasabachthani (@lemasabachthani) June 4, 2018
Seems Deutsche Bank's Been "Fiddling" It's U.S. Federal Reserve Filings – #MaxKeiser Have Warned About Deutsche Bank's Insolvency. #Merkel Get Out The #German #Taxpayers Check Book. #Italy, #Spain, #France, #Portugal, #Greece Are ALL Queued Up For MORE #EU #Bailouts! pic.twitter.com/bi6L4qFUjr
— Planet Ponzi (@PlanetPonzi) June 1, 2018
— Pedro Nicolaci da Costa (@pdacosta) June 4, 2018
Deutsche Bank AG will face another challenge this month when the Federal Reserve publishes the results of a “stress test” on the bulk of its U.S. operations for the first time.
Germany’s largest lender is already facing challenges with U.S. bank regulators and in financial markets, with its stock price falling to historic lows on Thursday. Standard & Poor’s downgraded its credit rating to BBB+ from A- on Friday.
The downgrade came after reports earlier in the week that the Fed designated one of Deutsche Bank’s U.S. businesses as “troubled” last year, something a person with knowledge of the matter confirmed to Reuters on Friday.
The Fed’s stress test results, expected to be released sometime this month, will be the next big public barometer of Deutsche Bank’s financial strength.
Deutsche Bank has failed the Federal Reserve’s annual stress test of big banks the past two years running. The results of this year are due to be published by the end of June. Predictions? @MichaelMaischHB @_yo_osman @ThomasSigmundHB #DeutscheBank #banking t.co/v0QH6B30Dg
— Handelsblatt Global (@HandelsblattGE) May 30, 2018
— Holger Zschaepitz (@Schuldensuehner) June 3, 2018
Deutsche Bank Is Big Enough A Collapse Could Bring Down The Economy:Wolf Richter