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The Deutsche Bank recently released its- ‘Mapping the World Prices’ report, in which it has published the names of the cities having the highest …

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Deutsche Bank pulls out a yellow card warning for the US auto industry. The auto industry in the US is about to head backward …

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German prosecutor has charged tax evasion charges against eight employees of Deutsche Bank, including one former employee of a major Frankfurt-based bank for their …

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On Monday, a batch of economic report revealed that consumers were pitching pennies even after the US economic rose on a higher scale from …

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Citigroup, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs Group, Barclays, HSBC and Royal Bank of Scotland are among 13 banks whose units were sued for $1.15bn …

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The new leadership for Deutsche Bank is all set to present plans aimed to build capital and trim down costs on the 11th of September, in a bid to deal with doubts of analysts regarding the capacity of the lender to show any profits in the present weak condition of the economic markets.

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Deutsche Bank has agreed to sell its BHF-Bank to RHJ International for approximately $497 million after year-long negotiations. In addition, RHJ International secured backing from shareholders and investors including a Chinese conglomerate. The RHJ International’s move to secure its acquisition of BHF-Bank was caused by the fact that German regulator had denied twice to give the approval to 2 previous deals.

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Deutsche Bank AG reported a fall in its first-quarter net profit by one-third from a record level a year earlier. Deutsche Bank blames this on the sluggish client activity, which has continued to pressurize investment banking activities across the board and due to exceptional charges has resulted in the bank’s effort to reduce risks.

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American International Group (AIG) is in quest for raising about $6 billion to repay a federal government bail-out. AIG will sell part of its stake in Asia subsidiary AIA Group in a long-awaited move to be able to repay the federal government bail-out.

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AT&T’s $39 billion blockbuster takeover of T-Mobile marks the biggest global telecom deal since AT&T’s $89.4 billion buy of BellSouth in 2006. The latest among …

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