Deutsche Bank nearing mortgages settlement with U.S. authorities: sources
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FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank
While the price for the settlement has not yet been decided, the payment "will not overburden" the bank, one of the people said.
Deutsche Bank declined to comment.
German monthly manager magazin earlier reported that Deutsche Bank is expected to receive a demand for more than $2.4 billion from U.S. authorities in settlement of an investigation into past mis-selling of mortgage-backed securities.
(Reporting by Arno Schuetze and Andreas Kröner; Editing by Ralf Banser and Christoph Steitz)
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