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Deutsche Bank, HSBC accused in US suit of rigging silver price

Deutsche Bank, HSBC and Bank of Nova Scotia have been accused of attempting to rig the price of silver, in a lawsuit filed in the US.

The plaintiff alleges the banks, which set the price of silver each day, abused their position in the market.

Deutsche Bank and HSBC have not commented on the filing, while Bank of Nova Scotia told Bloomberg news agency it would “vigorously defend” itself

Mannesmann payouts retrial begins

The retrial of Deutsche Bank boss Josef Ackermann and five other former board members of mobile phone firm Mannesmann has begun in a Duesseldorf court.

Last year, the six were cleared over their roles in approving bonuses worth about 60m euros (£41m; $76m) related to Vodafone’s purchase of Mannesmann.

The decision was later overturned, reigniting the corruption trial

Bullied City worker wins $1.5m

A City worker employed in a “department from hell” has won about $1.5m damages for bullying.

Helen Green, 36, sued Deutsche Bank Group Services (UK) Ltd claiming harassment by colleagues and a lack of support from bosses

Misconduct fine for Deutsche Bank

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has fined Deutsche Bank £6.3m (9.2m euros; $11

Deutsche Bank under investigation

Germany’s biggest bank – Deutsche Bank – is being investigated on suspicion it may have manipulated its balance sheet.

The investigation is in connection to a long-running legal dispute with the now-defunct Kirch media group. Deutsche Bank is alleged not to have set aside provisions to cover damages and compensation that a court ordered it to pay to Kirch