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Deutsche Bank shares slip again in race to reach U.S. settlement

``The German lender is throwing its energies into reaching a settlement before next month's U.S. presidential election, with the Department of Justice demanding a fine of up to $14 billion for mis-selling mortgage-backed securities....
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