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German Companies Consider Backing Deutsche Bank: Report

Some of Germany's biggest publicly traded companies are prepared to buy shares in Deutsche Bank AG to prop up the lender in the event of a potentially crippling legal fine in the U.S., German newspaper Handelsblatt reported.The chief executive officers of "several" blue-chip companies listed on DAX, the German index, have discussed the bank's situation, the newspaper said, without identifying the companies or saying where it got the information.
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