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(Updated - October 6, 2016 1:06 PM EDT)
CEOs of several German blue-chips companies have discussed the state of Deutsche Bank (NYSE: DB) and are prepared to offer a capital injection if needed to rescue it from a potentially crippling penalty in the U.S., according to Handelsblatt sources.
The participating companies would purchase Deutsche Bank stock to help shore up the bank's reserves. The injection would be in the low, single-digit billion euro range, the report said.
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