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A second day of police raids over suspected money laundering at Deutsche Bank AG included searches at senior managers’ offices.
It was a day for optimism amid the exotic trees and plants in Frankfurt’s botanical garden.
Prosecutors said about 170 officials and police were involved in the raids. Deutsche Bank declined to immediately comment.
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