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Deutsche Bank Shares Keep Plunging And Spooking Financial Markets

With a storm consisting of big short sellers, nervous hedge funds and U.S. federal prosecutors brewing, shares plunged again on Thursday and spooked financial. In recent years, the U.S. Department of Justice has been able to pull off a careful dance of imposing enormous multi-billion dollar fines related to the financial crisis on big […]
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