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Deutsche Bank's woes cast long shadow over European banking

Its run-in with American regulators to the tune of US$14b reignites the risk around regulation, fines and litigation

London

THE turmoil swirling around Deutsche Bank AG has brought simmering concerns about the health of Europe's banks back to a boil.

Germany's largest lender extended losses to a record low this week, dragging down European financial stocks, after the US Department of Justice