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# Deutsche Bank

This year
Bank shares drop as contagion fears return
The focus has now turned to another major European lender, Deutsche Bank, whose shares nosedived by as much as 14% today.
All time
Hundreds of jobs in Dublin to go as Deutsche Bank moves to cut its Irish workforce
Some 250 full-time roles will be relocated while a number of contractor jobs will be cut altogether.
Deutsche Bank agrees to payout $150 million for Epstein dealings
Epstein was found dead last August in a Manhattan federal jail while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges.
Uncertainty for Irish workers as Deutsche Bank to slash 18,000 jobs worldwide
Deutsche Bank currently employs over 650 people in Dublin.
German police raid Deutsche Bank offices in money laundering investigation
Deutsche Bank confirmed the raids and said it was “fully cooperating” with the authorities.
Here's what Europe would look like if it were redrawn based on debt per person
Ireland is looking pretty ‘big-boned’…
Ireland’s post-bailout return to the bond markets raised €3.75 bn
Demand for the 10-year benchmark bond amounted to €14 billion.
Deutsche Bank to create 700 new jobs in Dublin
Recruitment will begin in 2014 and all jobs are expected to be filled within three years.
When I’m 64: McIlroy records his best round of the year
The Northern Irishman is too far back to challenge for the Deutsche Bank Championship but he is coming back to form.
EU accuses top banks in derivatives cartel probe
Thirteen top investment banks including Barclays, Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs have been accused of colluding over derivatives trading – a serious breach of EU antitrust rules.
Co-chief executive of Deutsche Bank under investigation for alleged tax fraud
The allegations date back to 2010 and concern “individuals suspected of tax fraud in connection with trading in carbon emissions certificates”.
Singh edges ahead of Woods and McIlroy at BMW Championship
The Fijian reached 13-under 131 to secure the top spot after the second round of the BMW Championship
In the swing: McIlroy and Woods look set for longstanding rivalry
The pair could be set to dominate golf in the forthcoming months, writes Neil Cullen.
Germany's Deutsche Bank reports 45pc profit drop
Bank says its net income has dropped from €1.2 billion in Q2 2011 to €661 million.
Moody's downgrades six German and three Austrian banks
Moody’s says six major banks, including the country’s second-biggest Commerzbank, are at risk of eurozone turmoil.
Fine Gael criticises referendum parody ads as 'desperate last minute tactics'
The ads, which link to the Fine Gael website, are the work of the UK political blogger Guido Fawkes who said they were “good craic”.
Occupy Wall Street plans protest at art fair
Internationally acclaimed Frieze Art Fair to be next target for Occupy movement.
Deutsche Bank chief Josef Ackermann targeted with letter bomb
Frankfurt police were notified by bank staff who found a suspicious package in the company’s mail room yesterday.
S&P puts whole of European Union on notice of possible downgrade
The rating agency’s latest move follows a similar measure imposed on most eurozone countries earlier this week.
Simpson triumphs at Deutsche Bank Championship to complete fairytale story
The golfer amazed onlookers to win the competition, completing a remarkable year, which he began at No 213 in the world.
US to sue over a dozen banks over mortgages: report
The lawsuit, reported in the New York Times, relates to alleged misrepresentation of the quality of mortgages during the boom.