'Trading Like a Lehman Moment’ — Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank Suffer From Distressed Valuations as the Banks’ Credit Default Insurance Nears 2008 Levels

“Trading Like a Lehman Moment” – Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank Suffer from Distressed Valuations as Bank Credit Default Insurance Approaches 2008 Levels CryptoBlog

More than a decade has passed since the financial crisis of 2007-2008, when Lehman Brothers, the fourth largest investment bank in the United States, collapsed and filed for bankruptcy. Nearly 14 years later, Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank, two of the world’s largest banks, are suffering from distressed valuations and bank credit default insurance levels …

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