Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan lead drop in financial shares amid report the banks moved suspicious funds


A Deutsche Bank AG flag flies outside the company’s office on Wall Street in New York.

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Financial stocks came under pressure on Monday amid a report that a number of global banks moved allegedly illicit funds over the past two decades despite warnings from U.S. officials.

Shares of Deutsche Bank dropped nearly 8%, while JPMorgan fell almost 5% in premarket trading. Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and Bank of New York Mellon all traded at least 2.5% lower. The sell-off was triggered by a new investigation by BuzzFeed and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) that found the banks’ internal compliance officers flagged a total of…


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