Shares of Deutsche Bank fell 14.9% today, to a level not seen in the last 5 months, after already losing more than a fifth of their value this month. Shares fell amid a difficult situation in the region's banking sector, including the purchase of state-backed Credit Suisse and the collapse of regional banks in the US, which raised concerns about the health of the global banking sector. The market value of Deutsche Bank has depreciated $3 billion in a week, and credit default swaps for bondholders jumped above 220 basis points, hitting the highest level since the end of 2018. Despite this, experts note that Deutsche Bank has been in the market spotlight for some time and is in the process of restructuring, but its situation is not comparable to the 2008 global financial crisis. European regulators and central banks will continue to maintain market stability, and banks are more capitalized and regulated than they were in 2007.
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