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Deutsche Bank Pays $190 Million for FX Rigging

Deutsche Bank Pays $190 Million for FX Rigging

Deutsche Bank will be paying $190 million for its role in rigging foreign exchange prices.  This is a preliminary settlement filing to a U.S. District Court, and is subjected to the approval of the judge.

” Deutsche Bank Will Pay $190 Million for FX Rigging “

Since the 2008 financial crisis, numerous banks had been accused of manipulating foreign exchange and interbank rates.

Source: Reuters

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