Deutsche Bank shares finally climb after falling to a historic low as fears for Germany's top bank wipes billions off the FTSE 100 after Merkel rules out rescue 



Deutsche Bank shares have finally climbed today after falling to a historic low amid mounting fears for the future of Germany's top bank.
Companies in the FTSE 100 index saw £23billion wiped off their value yesterday as investors dumped financial stocks.
The sell-off was triggered by reports that German Chancellor Angela Merkel had ruled out a government rescue of troubled lender Deutsche Bank.
The bank has lost more than half its value in the past year as it struggles to cope with low interest rates and sluggish growth.
Deutsche Bank shares fell another 7.5 per cent to a record low... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Business, Views: 50
Source: Daily Mail
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