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Deutsche Bank long-standing clients stuck by the group despite March ‘speculative attack,’ CFO says

German lender Deutsche Bank said its liquidity rode the turbulent wave last month, when it experienced a 15% drop in its stock following a sudden spike in credit default swaps. Its Chief Financial Officer James von Moltke told Bloomberg on Thursday that the lender was the victim of a “speculative attack”.
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