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FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Commerzbank (DE:) said on Thursday that it would stop a project to outsource securities settlement to HSBC and as a result write off 200 million euros ($236.22 million) in the second quarter.
It has also set aside a provision of a double-digit million euro amount.
($1 = 0.8467 euros)
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