Deutsche Bank (DB) Gains 3.7% After Early Weakness
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Deutsche Bank (NYSE: DB) is trading up 3.7% in early trade; bouncing from its recent tumble, including yesterday's 6.7% slide on worries some hedge funds are pulling back exposure. The company has been trying to reassure employees and the market that it is still sound.
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