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Singled out

18 Nov 2014 By Antony Currie, Daniel Indiviglio

The German giant is quitting parts of a once-lucrative product it used to dominate – credit default swaps. Regulatory changes are in part to blame. CDS can still be useful tools. But weaker balance sheets than U.S. peers’ make it hard for Deutsche and European banks to trade.

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