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Germany's banks bear brunt of rising deposit costs

Pressure has become more acute since the European Central Bank made its deposit rate negative from Sept

Frankfurt

GERMAN banks are increasingly stuck between rising costs simply to hold customers' money and demands the deposits pay a return.

That pressure has become more acute since the European Central Bank started charging lenders to park their funds with it, a cost they've been

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