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January 27, 2008
Jean-Michel Aldebert, the head of the financial section of the Paris prosecutors office, speaks with...
Paris, France
Jean-Michel Aldebert, the head of the financial section of the Paris prosecutors office, speaks with...
Jean-Michel Aldebert, the head of the financial section of the Paris prosecutors office, speaks with the media outside their headquarters in Paris January 27, 2008. Junior dealer Jerome Kerviel, detained over the biggest fraud in banking history, is helping investigators, police said on Sunday, as his employer revealed that he had bet 50 billion euros ($73.3 billion) of its money on illicit trades. French bank Societe Generale said on Sunday it discovered the full extent of the fraud last weekend and unwound the mass of positions in slumping markets between Jan 21-23, leaving it nursing a 4.9 billion euro loss. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes (FRANCE)
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