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NewsWatch: Why a Deutsche Bank bust wouldn’t be as bad as Lehman’s

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It’s looking ugly on this quarter’s last day, as Deutsche Bank’s woes keep weighing on markets around the world. Today’s call warns “the descent into the vortex is rarely slow and measured,” yet also argues it’s no Lehman moment. See full story.

U.S. stock futures edge lower as fears over Deutsche Bank persist

U.S. stock futures trade moderately lower, but markets remain tense as Deutsche Bank shares briefly hit a record low. Personal spending data is on tap for later. See full story.

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