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New book explores the schemes and scandals of Deutsche Bank

Clip: 02/27/2020 | 7m 52s | Video has closed captioning.

The fallout from the 2008 global financial crisis revealed that some of the world's most powerful banks were involved in reckless financial dealings. Germany’s Deutsche Bank took a particularly aggressive approach -- the consequences of which are still playing out now, more than a decade later. Paul Solman talks to The New York Times’ David Enrich, who has written a new book on the subject.

Aired: 02/27/20

Rating: NR

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