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But Vodafone should pay taxes. It cannot cover it's losses or expensive takeovers of Hutch e.t.c. by not paying any due tax.
 

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But Vodafone should pay taxes. It cannot cover it's losses or expensive takeovers of Hutch e.t.c. by not paying any due tax.
What would India gain if these MNCs want government subsidies like our PSU companies.
 

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But Vodafone should pay taxes. It cannot cover it's losses or expensive takeovers of Hutch e.t.c. by not paying any due tax.
What would India gain if these MNCs want government subsidies like our PSU companies.
Who will tell how much they have spent on Indian Election's ?
All hidden data.
No one wants to declare or expose anyone.
 
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Series of problems may be due to Recession also.
MNCs also get excuses to leave the market.
5G testing of video call is already tested in India.
5G will be another revolution in India.

6G is in testing phase in China and other parts of the world.
 
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Deutsche Bank Collapse! $250 Trillion Debt -Be Ready For Economic Collapse & Stock Market Crash 2019
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Deutsche Bank has been a constant headache for the United States financial system. Because it is heavily intertwined via derivatives with the big banks on Wall Street including JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Bank of America. It has become the dark cloud on the horizon in the same way Citigroup cast a negative pall in the early days of the financial crisis of 2008. Prophecy is circulating that Deutsche Bank has allegedly filed Bankruptcy or Deutsche Bank Collapse has begun saying. It has not been confirmed yet, but Europe’s biggest investment bank, Deutsche bank, is in big trouble. If it becomes true it will be the end of the financial system as we know it. Deutsche bank could not fail without causing a domino effect and taking with it the whole system with $250 Trillion Debt. The banking sector is having a rough time. According to McKinsey Report, One in Three Banks Threatened to Disappear in the Coming Months.If so, does Deutsche Bank Collapse begin? Conscious of the stakes, the banks have already begun their process of rationalization. And the potion is bitter. In 10 years (2008-2018), already 600,000 banking jobs have been lost only in Eurozone. The first German bank, Deutsche Bank, has announced this summer that it will cut 18,000 jobs worldwide by 2022 as part of a € 7.4 billion restructuring plan. German financial services giant Deutsche Bank AG is one of the largest and most important economic institutions in the world. Mainly due to self-imposed scandals, the bank is now having to take drastic measures to stay afloat. Investors everywhere should note that if such a critical piece of the too-big-to-fail banking system falters, it could trigger another global economic collapse and stock market crash. Is Deutsche Bank the Next ‘Lehman Brothers’ ? How to Protect Yourself From the Next Financial Crisis? Please follow the financial argument and be ready for the economic collapse and stock market crash 2019. ***** Hopefully, by now you realize the importance of being prepared for the financial crisis. Be sure to check out my videos on economic collapse, stock market crash preparation, finance news, economic news and don’t forget to like and share this video.
 
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Tuesday, 5 November 2019
Deutsche Bank has ALLEGEDLY filed Bankruptcy.

CLAIM: GERMANY'S
DEUTSCHE BANK HAS
REPORTEDLY FILED
BANKRUPTCY







There are RUMORS coming out of Germany this afternoon that Deutsche Bank has ALLEGEDLY filed Bankruptcy.

As yet, this is NOT CONFIRMED.


If this did, in fact, take place, prepare for economic upheaval the likes of which this world has never seen.




CLAIM: GERMANY'S DEUTSCHE BANK HAS REPORTEDLY FILED BANKRUPTCY
 

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Thursday, 7 November 2019
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The Deutsche Bank Death Watch Has Taken A Very Interesting Turn



Zero Hedge,
5 November, 2019

Authored by Michael Snyder via The Economic Collapse blog,

The biggest bank in Europe is in the process of imploding, and there are persistent rumors that the final collapse could happen sooner rather than later. Those that follow my work on a regular basis already know that this is a story that I have been following for years. Deutsche Bank is rapidly bleeding cash, they have been laying off thousands of workers, and the vultures have been circling as company executives desperately try to implement a turnaround plan. Unfortunately for Deutsche Bank, it may already be too late. And if Deutsche Bank goes down, it will be even more catastrophic for the global financial system than the collapse of Lehman Brothers was in 2008. Germany is the glue that is holding the EU together, and so if the bank that is right at the heart of Germany’s financial system collapses, the dominoes will likely start falling very rapidly.

There has been a tremendous amount of speculation about Deutsche Bank over the past several days, and so let’s start with what we know.


We know that Deutsche Bank has been losing money at a pace that is absolutely staggering
Deutsche Bank reported a net loss that missed market expectations on Wednesday as a major restructuring plan continues to weigh on the German lender.
It reported a net loss of 832 million euros ($924 million) for the third quarter of 2019. Analysts were expecting a loss of 778 million euros, according to data from Refinitiv. It had reported a net profit of 229 million euros in the third quarter of 2018, but a loss of 3.15 billion euros in the second quarter of this year.
If you add the losses for the second and third quarter of 2019 together, you get a grand total of nearly 4 billion euros.
How in the world is it possible to lose that much money in just 6 months?
If all they had their employees doing was flushing dollar bills down the toilet for 6 months, it still shouldn’t be possible to lose that kind of money.
When investors learned of Deutsche Bank’s third quarter results last week, shares of the bank went down about 8 percent in a single day.
Overall, the stock price has lost over a quarter of its value over the past year.
Unless you enjoy financial pain, I have no idea why anyone would want to be holding Deutsche Bank stock at this point. As I have previously warned, it is eventually going to zero, and the only question remaining is how quickly it will get there.
We also know that Deutsche Bank has been laying off thousands of workers all over the world
On July 8, 2019, thousands of Deutsche Bank employees across the globe arrived at their offices, unaware that they would be leaving again, jobless, just a few hours later. In Tokyo, entire teams of equity traders were dismissed on the spot, while some London staff were reportedly told they had until 11am to leave the bank’s Great Winchester Street offices before their access cards stopped working.
The job cuts, which totalled 18,000, or around 20 percent of Deutsche Bank’s workforce, were the flagship element of a restructuring plan designed to save the ailing German lender.
The day before those layoffs happened, most of those employees would have probably told you that Deutsche Bank is in good shape and has a very bright future ahead.
Just like we witnessed with Lehman Brothers, there is always an effort to maintain the charade until the very last minute.

Source: Bloomberg
But the truth is that anyone with half a brain can see that Deutsche Bank is dying. There have been so many bad decisions, so many aggressive bets have gone bad, and there has been one scandal after another
In April 2015, the bank paid a combined $2.5bn in fines to US and UK regulators for its role in the LIBOR-fixing scandal. Just six months later, it was forced to pay an additional $258m to regulators in New York after it was caught trading with Myanmar, Libya, Sudan, Iran and Syria, all of which were subject to US sanctions at the time. These two fines, combined with challenging market conditions, led the bank to post a €6.7bn ($7.39bn) net loss for 2015. Two years later, it paid a further $425m to the New York regulator to settle claims that it had laundered $10bn in Russian funds.
At this point, it is just a zombie bank that is stumbling along until someone finally puts it out of its misery.
Money is so tight at Deutsche Bank that they have even cancelled the Christmas reception for retired employees
Times change. Once upon a time (2001, in fact), Deutsche Bank was able to book stars like Robbie Williams for its staff Christmas party, with a Spice Girl turning up too just because it was such a great party. Now, according to the FT, Christian Sewing has even cancelled the daytime coffee-and-cake Christmas reception for retired employees.
Of course saving a few bucks on coffee and cake is not going to make a difference for a bank with tens of trillions of dollars of exposure to derivatives.
Deutsche Bank is the largest domino in Europe’s very shaky financial system. When it fully collapses, it will set off a chain reaction that nobody is going to be able to stop. David Wilkerson once warned that the financial collapse of Europe would begin in Germany, and Jim Rogers has warned that the implosion of Deutsche Bank would cause the entire EU to “disintegrate”
Then the EU would disintegrate, because Germany would no longer be able to support it, would not want to support it. A lot of other people would start bailing out; many banks in Europe have problems. And if Deutsche Bank has to fail – that is the end of it. In 1931, when one of the largest banks in Europe failed, it led to the Great Depression and eventually the WWII. Be worried!
Sadly, most Americans can’t even spell “Deutsche Bank”, and they certainly don’t know that it is the most important bank in all of Europe.
But those that understand the times we are living in are watching Deutsche Bank very carefully, because if it implodes global financial chaos will certainly follow.


German Finance Minister Publishes New Banking Union Plan To Save The EU (And Deutsche Bank)






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Sunday, 10 November 2019
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Deutsche Bank Collapse!
$250 Trillion Debt -Be Ready
For Economic Collapse &
Stock Market Crash 2019






Deutsche Bank has been a constant headache for the United States financial system.


Because it is heavily intertwined via derivatives with the big banks on Wall Street including JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Bank of America. It has become the dark cloud on the horizon in the same way Citigroup cast a negative pall in the early days of the financial crisis of 2008.


Prophecy is circulating that Deutsche Bank has allegedly filed Bankruptcy or Deutsche Bank Collapse has begun saying.



It has not been confirmed yet, but Europe’s biggest investment bank, Deutsche bank, is in big trouble. If it becomes true it will be the end of the financial system as we know it. Deutsche bank could not fail without causing a domino effect and taking with it the whole system with $250 Trillion Debt.



The banking sector is having a rough time. According to McKinsey Report, One in Three Banks Threatened to Disappear in the Coming Months.If so, does Deutsche Bank Collapse begin?


Conscious of the stakes, the banks have already begun their process of rationalization. And the potion is bitter. In 10 years (2008-2018), already 600,000 banking jobs have been lost only in Eurozone. The first German bank, Deutsche Bank, has announced this summer that it will cut 18,000 jobs worldwide by 2022 as part of a € 7.4 billion restructuring plan.


German financial services giant Deutsche Bank AG is one of the largest and most important economic institutions in the world. Mainly due to self-imposed scandals, the bank is now having to take drastic measures to stay afloat. Investors everywhere should note that if such a critical piece of the too-big-to-fail banking system falters, it could trigger another global economic collapse and stock market crash.


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Red Alert : Deutsche Bank Files for Bankruptcy !! The First Domino is Falling Down
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Red Alert Deutsche Bank Files for Bankruptcy !! The First Domino is Falling Down --- Economic Collapse -- Stock Market Crash

RUMORS are coming out of Germany this afternoon that Deutsche Bank has ALLEGEDLY filed Bankruptcy. As yet, this is NOT CONFIRMED.

People need to take this seriously.
Last week, Thursday and Friday, the Bank of America shut down for 48 hours.
No debit, no ATM, no transfer money.
This also happened with Citibank shut down, and they didn't say if it was hacked or anything like.
What was probably happening is they were front running the Deutsche bankruptcy, trying to stay ahead of it.
If this is, in fact, right, then the financial dominoes are going to fall quickly. Alasdair Macleod,Peter Schiff,Marc Faber,Gold,Financial News,economic collapse,jim rogers,ron paul,gerald celente,bank run,deutsche bank,banckruptcy
If you haven't gotten out of the banking system yet, then you're poised to lose everything if this is true.
This Would quickly and decidedly collapse the EU, then spread like a domino effect from there.
They would take down all the big banks: Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, etc.
As these banks are loaded with Trillions and Trillions in derivatives, I believe more than the entire GDP of the planet.
This would make Lehman look like a small-town community bank.

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This is a rumor, and it is a rumor, it is a claim, it has not been confirmed.
Pure rumor.
But it came out of Germany from a source that is in a position to actually know the subject.
Matter of the rumor coming out of Germany this afternoon was that Deutsche Bank allegedly filed Bankruptcy. Now, this is a rumor; it is not confirmed, and I have been unable to confirm it. I have tried, no one that I've spoken to is confirming this.
And I went back to the source, and the source said well I think it's probably going to be all over the news worldwide tomorrow.
I said well you know this is a big deal what you're saying, Deutsche Bank, the biggest bank one of the biggest banks in Germany, and of course for everyone who knows Deutsche bank is the bank for derivatives trading.

We're talking about derivatives contracts in the value range of quadrillions of dollars — not millions, not billions, not trillions of quadrillions.

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