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Deutsche gets cautious vote of creditor confidence

The German bank is issuing expensive debt. That shows it can access markets, despite a feared $14 billion U.S. fine. It's less powerful a signal than buying it back, as Deutsche Bank did in February, but at least shows investors don't fear losses that could eat into senior debt.
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