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viernes, 20 de abril de 2012

Deutsche Bank may seek to raise $3.9 billion: WSJ

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Germany's Deutsche Bank AG may be mulling a share sale aimed at raising up to €3 billion ($3.9 billion) in the coming months, The Wall Street Journal reported late Thursday Friday, citing persons familiar with the situation
While plans are an advanced stage, a final decision hasn't been made as it's being intensely debated within the bank, with some saying a capital raising isn't necessary, the WSJ reported
 A Deutsche Bank spokesman told the WSJ that the bank has no plans to raise capital via a share sale
European regulators have ordered many banks on the continent to raise a total of more than €100 billion in new capital by June 2012
The WSJ cited Dealogic figures that said the total amount raised so far is €8.9 billion

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