Wall Street Journal
Billions of dollars of relief may be on the way for borrowers who got mortgages before the housing bust. Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse agreed to pay consumers $4.1 billion and about $2.8 billion, respectively, as part of settlements they struck with
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