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MEMO: Deutsche Bank reassures staff about its bombed-out share price and says it doesn't need to raise money

Deutsche Bank sent a memo, seen by Business Insider, to staff reassuring them of the bank's financial position and coaching them on what to tell clients who ask about the company's bombed-out share price. Deutsche Bank shares crashed to a 33-year low this week, amid concerns about big fines in the US and the bank's general financial health.Shares began crashing after the Wall Street Journal reported that the US Department of Justice is seeking a $14 billion (£10.
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