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Deutsche Bank woes make ETF investors nervous

Deutsche Bank woes make ETF investors nervous

Problems at Deutsche Bank have been worrying exchange traded fund (ETF) investors - even if they don't hold ETFs that track the shares of banks. That is because the bank's financial problems have resurrected concerns over synthetically replicating ETFs, which rely on Deutsche Bank as the swap counterparty for their returns - even if the indices they track have nothing to do with banks.

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