Spiralling legal costs blamed as Deutsche and Morgan Stanley see profits hit
Expensive litigation costs have resulted in significant profit dips for two of the world's biggest investment banks. Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley have both had to set aside additional cash for legal expenses arising from the fall-out of the financial crisis.
Expensive litigation costs have resulted in significant profit dips for two of the world’s biggest investment banks.
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