Following the publication of FinCEN files on suspicious transactions worth $2 trillion through the world's largest banks, the quotations of some international banks are falling.
In particular, the shares of Deutsche Bank, which, according to FinCEN files, carried out transactions in organized crime, terrorists, and drug traffickers, fell by 7.38% as of 13 o'clock. The bank, according to the report, has carried out dubious operations worth $1.31 trillion over 17 years.
At the same time, shares of JPMorgan, which, according to FinCEN, carried out suspicious transactions worth 514 billion dollars, as of 13:00 lost 3.87% of the value.
Instead, shares of the British bank Standard Chartered ($166 billion вЂњdoubtfulвЂќ transactions, according to the report) fell as of 13 o'clock by 5.4%.
Shares of Barclays ($21 billion in doubtful transactions) fell 8.61%, while shares of HSBC ($ 4.4 billion) on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange fell 4.4% to their lowest level since May 1995.