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Crackdown on risk hits Barclays, Deutsche

LONDON/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A $9 billion rights issue and a fresh purge of assets are among the measures Britain's Barclays and Germany's Deutsche Bank announced on Tuesday to meet tougher rules on risk, raising concern among investors that regulators will push other European banks into similar actFull story

Deutsche Bank legal, regulatory costs weigh on earnings

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank AG <DBKGn.DE> warned on Tuesday it will face hundreds of millions of euros in costs for litigation and compliance with new bank rules after reporting weaker-than-expected second quarter earnings. Full story

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