Deutsche Bank Reports Unexpected €2bn Loss

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3:48 PM EDT January 31st, 2013

Deutsche Bank has reported an unexpected net loss of 2.2 billion euros for Q4 2012. The bank’s reputation has been tainted in recent times by the numerous charges and investigations brought against it. The bank said that the costs related to those legal proceedings contributed to the loss in 2012.

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