I Thought Deutsche Bank Swore Off Crime for Two Years

Deutsche Bank AG, the world's biggest foreign-exchange dealer, suspended several currency traders for suspected attempts to rig rates. Did it violate an agreement to not break the law? 

Deutsche Bank AG, the world's biggest foreign-exchange dealer, suspended several currency traders for suspected attempts to rig rates, including some in New York, according to reports today by several news outlets. This comes amid investigations by the Justice Department, the Federal Reserve Board and other government snoops into whether the largest banks manipulated benchmark currency rates.

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