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Deutsche Bank blames US tax reforms for 2017 loss

Germany’s biggest lender Deutsche Bank said Friday that Donald Trump’s tax reforms in the US pushed it into the red in 2017. The Frankfurt-based bank said in a statement that its net loss amounted …... The post Deutsche Bank blames US tax reforms for 2017 loss appeared first on...
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