Deutsche Bank to pay $125 million to settle U.S. probes into overseas bribes, trading practices


Christian Sewing, chief executive officer of Deutsche Bank AG, pauses as Germanys biggest bank announces full year earnings in Frankfurt, Germany, on Friday. Feb. 1, 2019. Deutsche Banks revenue contracted for an eighth straight quarter in the final months of last year, complicating Chief Executive Officer Christian Sewings plan to turn around the lender through cost cutting. Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg via Getty Images

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Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay about $125 million to resolve separate U.S. probes into allegations that it paid bribes to secure business overseas and that it manipulated metals markets, according to a person with…


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