- Reuters•18 minutes ago
Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) hopes to draw a line under its four largest remaining litigation cases this year, it said on Wednesday, as Chief Executive John Cryan continues to put a speedy revamp ahead of short-term profit. Among other, the lender wants to settle U.S. investigations into mis-selling of mortgage-backed securities in the run-up to the financial crisis, where Deutsche Bank Deutsche begun settlement talks with the U.S. Department of Justice. Deutsche Bank also hopes to put a probe by European and U.S. regulators into suspicious equities trades in Russia behind it.
- Financial Times•56 minutes ago
Deutsche Bank said it had begun settlement talks with the US Department of Justice over its probe into the German bank's origination and securitisation of mortgage-backed securities, as it posted a slump ...
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|Ask||12.23 x 230000|
|52wk Range||11.22 - 32.31|
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