Deutsche Bank Drowning as it Faces $14 Billion Fine

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The Jan 28, 2016 file photo shows CEO of Deutsche Bank John Cryan pausing during the annual press conference in Frankfurt, Germany.
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Investors are growing increasingly uneasy about the stability of Germany's biggest bank. After being slapped with a $14 billion penalty by the U.S. Justice Department earlier this month for behavior surrounding the subprime mortgage crisis, shares plunged late last week.

Bank executives have stated they wish to solve their problems on their own, without the help of the German government, but a settlement with the Justice Department may be in the works to help soften the blow.

Stefan Müller, the CEO of Frankfurt-based research company DGWA, has the details. Click on the 'Listen' button above to hear our full conversation.