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    2. A Top Deutsche Bank Shareholder is Reportedly Going to Unload its $10 Billion Stake

      A Top Deutsche Bank Shareholder is Reportedly Going to Unload its $10 Billion Stake
      One of the top shareholders in Deutsche Bank is reportedly planning to sell its entire stake in the lender. Chinese conglomerate HNA is reportedly selling thestake in Germany's largest lender as part of an effort to refocus on its core business after several years of investing heavily in overseas businesses. The move comes as Deutsche Bank undergoes a major restructuring under new CEO Christian Sewing...
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    3. 'This Can't Go on Forever:' Shareholders are Calling on Deutsche Bank's CEO to Lay Out a Clear Plan

      'This Can't Go on Forever:' Shareholders are Calling on Deutsche Bank's CEO to Lay Out a Clear Plan
      REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski After years of longstanding problems, Deutsche Bank's new head, Christian Sewing, has demanded the bank change its strategy. Shareholders expect answers to a number of questions at Deutsche Bank's Annual General Meeting, to be held today. Klaus Nieding, vice president of German association for private investors, Deutsche Schutzvereinigung fr Wertpapierbesitz, says the bank's problems can't go on forever...
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    1. The damage to Deutsche Boerse's reputation is already immense. Shareholders should not be asked to shoulder more costs now. This approach is not acceptable.
      In At Deutsche Boerse, Time and Support Dwindle for CEO Kengeter
    2. The members of the management board of Deutsche Boerse need to be professionally competent and personally reliable, as stated by law.
      In At Deutsche Boerse, Time and Support Dwindle for CEO Kengeter