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Airbus shares sink on report of US corruption probe

By: Yuka ROYER
1 min

Carlos Ghosn, the disgraced former chairman of Nissan, is set to remain in Japanese custody after prosecutors re-arrested him on fresh allegations of financial misconduct. The latest development appears to have put shares of Shinsei Bank, which was involved in Ghosn's personal wealth management in the past, under pressure. Plus, Airbus takes a beating on the stock market following Le Monde's report that US investigators have opened a corruption probe into the aerospace giant.

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