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  • noun Someone from Dresden

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Examples

  • Less logical was the response of Deutsche chairman Rolf Breuer, who first called Dresdner's investment banking unit "a jewel" but then decided to ditch it, prompting Walter to walk.

    That Deal Of The Century? Never Mind

  • The action by Desmond and Maura Ellison, of Annaglog House, Ardee, Co Louth, is the fifth brought in the Commercial Court against Bloxham over the same "Dresdner" bond.

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  • The action by Desmond and Maura Ellison, of Annaglog House, Ardee, Co Louth, is the fifth brought in the Commercial Court against Bloxham over the same "Dresdner" bond.

    ireland.com Breaking News

  • The action by Desmond and Maura Ellison, of Annaglog House, Ardee, Co Louth, is the fifth brought in the Commercial Court against Bloxham over the same "Dresdner" bond.

    ireland.com Breaking News

  • The action by Desmond and Maura Ellison, of Annaglog House, Ardee, Co Louth, is the fifth brought in the Commercial Court against Bloxham over the same "Dresdner" bond.

    ireland.com Breaking News

  • As the good Bush pointed out to Gorbachev, that was something the Germans talked about with “tears in their eyes”, and it led Deustchebank, Commerzbank and Dresdner Bank, HVB/BankAustria/CreditAnstalt to go on a two decade long bender of lending for construction amongst the old Ossies and the rest of the Warsaw Pact.

    Matthew Yglesias » The United States Has Always Been Rich

  • Moreover, three major properties are on the block, including Silberturm, the former headquarters of Dresdner Bank, which has been put up for sale by Commerzbank AG.

    Frankfurt Longs for 'Mainhatten' Era

  • Commerzbank originally planned to unload Silberturm, which means Silver Tower, in the wake of its acquisition of Dresdner Bank in 2009.

    Frankfurt Longs for 'Mainhatten' Era

  • That marks a significant turnaround for Germany's second-largest lender by market value, which has been dogged by bad news since the financial crisis and the acquisition of struggling Dresdner Bank forced it to take a €18.2 billion government rescue package to keep afloat.

    Commerzbank to Repay Aid Early

  • At the same time, cost synergies from the takeover of Dresdner are running ahead of schedule and will reach €2.4 billion by 2014.

    In This Cycle, M&A is Lagging

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