David Enrich

finance editor at The New York Times

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Deutsche Bank infamously became the only bank willing to lend money and do business with a brash, boisterous Manhattan real estate developer named Donald Trump.

‘Dark Towers’: Deutsche Bank’s sordid history and role in helping elect Trump

Deutsche Bank infamously became the only bank willing to lend money and do business with a brash, boisterous Manhattan real estate developer named Donald Trump.

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Before he was president, Donald Trump was a failed casino magnate, who defaulted on loans. No bank on Wall Street would lend him money, except one.

Why Deutsche Bank loaned money to Trump even after he defaulted

Before he was president, Donald Trump was a failed casino magnate, who defaulted on loans. No bank on Wall Street would lend him money, except one.

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LIBOR stands for the London Interbank Offered Rate -- about as boring as any phrase could possibly sound, but it turns out that the LIBOR is often called "the world's most important…

The LIBOR financial scandal gets the crime thriller treatment

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