German regulators visit Deutsche Bank London offices over Forex

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Representatives from Germany's financial watchdog Bafin will visit the London offices of Deutsche Bank as it steps up investigations into alleged currency market manipulation, a source familiar with the process said on Monday.

Reuters reports that this follows Deutsche's suspension last week of traders in New York and mirrors the arrival of U.S. regulators in London last week at Citigroup's London headquarters, marking an escalation in the global probe.

German magazine Der Spiegel reported on Sunday that Bafin was setting up a so-called special investigation, putting the case at the top of its priority list.

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