Deutsche Bank scared the market when hedge funds began withdrawing money quickly from them on fears they were not sufficiently capitalised to meet its obligations to its creditors. The market wobbled on the news because it sounded horribly like the initial stages of the Lehman Brothers collapse in 2008, and the run on the banks that brought about the financial crisis.

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