Deutsche Bank Stock Slides After “Cutting Off” 3,400 “Non-Strategic” Trading Clients

In September, headlines of Deutsche Bank trading clients pulling collateral sparked grave concern over the world’s most systemically dangerous bank. Today, the stock is sliding once again as WSJ reports the bank said it would cease providing some coverage for about 3,400 actively trading clients in its global markets division, according to a memo sent to equities staff.

This post was published at Zero Hedge on Dec 2, 2016.

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