As I’ve mentioned, the European banking system is a key risk, and Deutsche Bank—one of the largest banks in Germany and Europe—is catching headlines over its troubles. There’s been a great deal of speculation about what this means for the U.S. and world economies and for stock markets. Some have even suggested this might be a “Lehman moment” that could trigger another financial crisis. I asked our international analyst, Anu Gaggar, to take a look and report back on what she found. — Brad
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