DEUTSCHE BANK TROUBLES CONTINUE – After weeks of leadership struggles at the bank, a mistake of transferring 28 billion euros ($35 billion) to one of it’s outside account was made. Although the mistake was reversed, and did not cause any financial harm, it is a reminder how vulnerable the situation is with Deutsche Bank. The error took place a week before Easter as the bank was conducting a daily collateral adjustment, the sum far exceeded the amount it was due to post and landed in an account at Deutsche Boerse AG’s Eurex clearinghouse. The mistake comes at a “delicate” time because the new CEO, @Christian Sewing, is trying to convince investors that the bank is going to return to growth. #SpartanInternational