Barclays and Deutsche Bank are fighting against corruption 2016-05-13 09:33:57

The two major European banks have implemented a new policy to combat money laundering. Each bank has decided to close up to 35 000 customer accounts due to suspicion of corruption. Such accounts are very risky because of the current regulation tightening. Earlier, Barclays and Deutsche Bank were forced to pay heavy fines for such violations. The new measures have negatively affected the value of both assets.

The Barclays shares have declined by 0,62%, Deutsche Bank – by 1.36%. Do not miss this good chance to earn money on the assets’ further fall. Trading will be available during the European session, from 8:15 to 16:30 GMT time.

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