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Past mortgage fines give Deutsche room for hope

Settlements by other banks imply the German lender owes up to $5.5 bln for mis-selling mortgage-backed securities. That's much less than the $14 bln the U.S. government wants. But a previous Deutsche fine was much bigger than rivals'. Calculating penalties is an inexact science.
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