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Deutsche Bank’s shares hit a record low, but Germany’s largest lender said there is no reason to get the German government’s help in settling claims of $14 billion with the U.S. Justice Department (DoJ).
1. What is the record low price of shares of Deutsche Bank?
2. What is a summary of the lender’s legal problems with the U.S. DoJ?
3. What is the “rights issue” that the article refers to?
Jones, K. and J. Nasr. (2016). Deutsche Bank says no need for Berlin’s help in $14 billion U.S. dispute., September 26 (Retrievable online at