Security, Trade and the Economy Sravani Mamillapalli

The Story of the Deutsche Bank Crisis


* The Federal Reserves Stress Test is a test that determines how resilient the bank is to sudden fluctuations in the economy.


Photo: “Historical ‘Deutsche Bank’-Building at Lenbachplatz 2 in Munich” (2013), by Guido Radig via Own Work. Licensed under CC Attribution 3.0 Unported.

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Sravani Mamillapalli
Sravani Mamillapalli is a Research Analyst for the NATO Association of Canada. She is in her 4th year of her Honours Bachelors of Arts degree at University of Toronto majoring in Economics and double minoring in Professional Writing and Sociology. She has taken courses on international trade economics, law, and world issues. Her research interests lie in the connection between security and economic development on a global scale. In the future, she hopes to pursue a masters in Financial Economics. She can be contacted at