Bank Slump Triggers Worst Week in Three Months for Europe StocksBy
Italian and Portuguese shares lead slides in the region
Automakers and energy producers also among biggest decliners
A tumble in Deutsche Bank AG spread to the industry, deepening a selloff that dragged European equities to their biggest weekly plunges since before the U.K. secession vote.
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