Is there a rescue plan for Deutsche Bank?

ARNE DEDERT

Dark clouds hover over the headquarters of German banking and financial services corporation Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt, Germany, 20 May 2015. The company has scheduled its stockholders' meeting for 21 May 2015.

Is there a rescue plan for Deutsche Bank?


Deutsche Bank is in a media whirlwind and economists around the world are all asking the same question: Is there a rescue plan for Deutsche Bank?

The German weekly Die Zeit reported on Wednesday that the German government and financial regulator are preparing a rescue plan for Deutsche Bank. Later in the day, the German financial regulator, Bafin, said that it is playing no role in a rescue plan.

Meanwhile, Bild published on Wednesday an interview with Deutsche Bank’s CEO, John Cryan. The ...


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