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  • Although the Czech hops harvest is expected to plummet by around a quarter this year due to bad weather, there's still plenty of stock to quench the huge thirst both at home and abroad.

    In this picture taken Aug. 30, 2012 , workers sort hops to be processed, during a harvest, near a village of Rocov, Czech Republic. Beer drinkers will have plenty to worry about this year after Czech authorities warned that bad weather has led to the country's hop harvest plummeting by around a quarter.
    LAST UPDATE : Dec 06, 2012, 1:30 AM EST
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  • FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Deutsche Bank said Tuesday it plans to cut about 1,900 jobs, most of them outside Germany, as Europe's debt crisis hurt profits at its investment banking business.

    Germany's largest bank, which employs nearly 101,000 people, said second quarter earnings slid 46 percent to 661 million from 1.233 billion in the same three months a year ago.

    Market turbulence and subdued client activity due to Europe's problems with too much government debt were behind the decline, with revenues down 6 percent to 8.0 billion.

    LAST UPDATE : Dec 05, 2012, 2:30 PM EST
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  • FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Deutsche Bank said Tuesday it plans to cut about 1,900 jobs, most of them outside Germany, as Europe's debt crisis hurt profits at its investment banking business.

    Germany's largest bank, which employs nearly 101,000 people, said second quarter earnings slid 46 percent to 661 million from 1.233 billion in the same three months a year ago.

    Market turbulence and subdued client activity due to Europe's problems with too much government debt were behind the decline, with revenues down 6 percent to 8.0 billion.

    LAST UPDATE : Dec 05, 2012, 10:00 AM EST
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  • FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Deutsche Bank said Tuesday it plans to cut about 1,900 jobs, most of them outside Germany, as Europe's debt crisis hurt profits at its investment banking business.

    Germany's largest bank, which employs nearly 101,000 people, said second quarter earnings slid 46 percent to 661 million from 1.233 billion in the same three months a year ago.

    Market turbulence and subdued client activity due to Europe's problems with too much government debt were behind the decline, with revenues down 6 percent to 8.0 billion.

    LAST UPDATE : Dec 05, 2012, 10:00 AM EST
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  • FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Deutsche Bank said Tuesday it plans to cut about 1,900 jobs, most of them outside Germany, as Europe's debt crisis hurt profits at its investment banking business.

    Germany's largest bank, which employs nearly 101,000 people, said second quarter earnings slid 46 percent to 661 million from 1.233 billion in the same three months a year ago.

    Market turbulence and subdued client activity due to Europe's problems with too much government debt were behind the decline, with revenues down 6 percent to 8.0 billion.

    LAST UPDATE : Dec 05, 2012, 10:00 AM EST
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  • FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Deutsche Bank said Tuesday it plans to cut about 1,900 jobs, most of them outside Germany, as Europe's debt crisis hurt profits at its investment banking business.

    Germany's largest bank, which employs nearly 101,000 people, said second quarter earnings slid 46 percent to 661 million from 1.233 billion in the same three months a year ago.

    Market turbulence and subdued client activity due to Europe's problems with too much government debt were behind the decline, with revenues down 6 percent to 8.0 billion.

    LAST UPDATE : Dec 05, 2012, 10:00 AM EST
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  • FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Deutsche Bank said Tuesday it plans to cut about 1,900 jobs, most of them outside Germany, as Europe's debt crisis hurt profits at its investment banking business.

    Germany's largest bank, which employs nearly 101,000 people, said second quarter earnings slid 46 percent to 661 million from 1.233 billion in the same three months a year ago.

    Market turbulence and subdued client activity due to Europe's problems with too much government debt were behind the decline, with revenues down 6 percent to 8.0 billion.

    LAST UPDATE : Dec 05, 2012, 10:00 AM EST
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  • The European Central Bank is thinking the unthinkable to save the euro, including resuming its controversial bond-buying program and possibly even pursuing quantitative easing.

    LAST UPDATE : May 02, 2013, 11:19 AM EDT
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