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Shares in Deutsche Bank sharply up amid speculation of DoJ deal
Shares in Deutsche Bank have gyrated wildly before closing sharply higher amid speculation the embattled German lender was on the brink of a deal with the US authorities over a decade-old mis-selling scandal that would be less damaging to its finances.
Rollercoaster Friday for Deutsche Bank on settlement fears and hopes  
ALEX BRUMMER: Deutsche Bank is not Lehman Brothers but its sliding share price ...  
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Monarch Airlines, the UK low-cost carrier, has won extra time to finalise details of a cash injection after the aviation regulator granted it a temporary extension to its operating licence.
TUC march, Britain Needs a Pay Rise, in central London, October 2014. Photograph: Mary Turner/Getty Images. Rowena Mason Deputy political editor.
It confirms not just that there was no immediate economic collapse after the referendum vote, despite the political vacuum and financial market turmoil, but that the economy continued to grow at a very decent rate.
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