Deutsche Bank and Ireland: Keys To Negotiating Brexit

Deutsche Bank’s financial problems are causing headaches for everyone. London’s largest employer laid off more than 5,000 workers this July, adding to the UK’s unemployment rolls. The EU for its part has formed a Capital Markets Union in the hopes of stabilizing the financial and economic environment brought on, in part, by the impact of this bank’s failures to turn things around. Both the UK and the EU have their eyes firmly fixed on Deutsche Bank and their futures are tied into the success or failure of this bank.

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