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Deutsche Bank Posts Huge Losses


Deutsche Bank announced a loss that was bigger than the bank previously indicated. Business Insider reports the news of the loss sent shares of the company plunging in Wednesday trading. Credit Suisse analysts said the loss was more than the €2.8 billion loss the bank previously flagged to the market. In a note to clients called the results "disappointing."

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