U.S. stocks moved slightly lower Friday in a quiet trading session, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average's march to 20,000 stalled. Plus, Deutsche Bank (DB) agreeing to a $7.2 billion settlement with the Department of Justice in relation to toxic mortgage-related securities the bank sold leading up to the financial crisis. The government had initially asked for $14 billion, a number that may have forced the bank to raise fresh capital. Credit Suisse (CS) also announcing a $5.3 billion settlement with the Department of Justice stemming from mortgage securities sold prior to the financial crisis. Experts say the settlements mean the banks can move on and put these headwinds behind them.
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