Some 500 German police officers have raided the headquarters of the Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt, arresting five employees. Officials say staff are suspected of involvement in tax evasion and money laundering.
The banking district of Frankfurt remains engulfed in crisis. If it continues like this, then German taxpayers might soon be called on to step in to save Germany's biggest bank, says DW's Henrik Böhme.
Shares of Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse have been dropped from the prestigious Stoxx Europe 50 share index. Is European banking in decline? And if so, what are the factors that led to its current parlous state?
A court has found six former Deutsche Bank employees guilty of enabling tax fraud within the carbon emissions certificate trading scheme. One of the bank's former employees has received a three-year jail sentence.
Ahead of the European Banking Association's stress tests, Deutsche Bank's future seems shakier than ever. Some would even call Germany's most important bank "dangerous." Is there really any reason to worry?
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