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Deutsche Bank is Too Big to Fail, Too Big For Big Fines?

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NEP’s Bill Black appears on The Real News Network. Topic of discussion is Deutsche Bank, the German bank that was at the center of the LIBOR scandal and is likely to face upwards of billion in a settlement with the Justice Department. Video is below. If you would like to see with a transcript, it is here.[embedded content] Share this:

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NEP’s Bill Black appears on The Real News Network. Topic of discussion is Deutsche Bank, the German bank that was at the center of the LIBOR scandal and is likely to face upwards of $5 billion in a settlement with the Justice Department. Video is below. If you would like to see with a transcript, it is here.

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