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Wirecard AG (WDIG.DE)

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Thu, Mar 14 2019

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Wirecard says internal probe exonerates Asia-Pacific accounting manager

FRANKFURT German payments company Wirecard said its Asia-Pacific accounting manager had been exonerated in an internal investigation into allegations of fraud and creative accounting.

Wirecard says internal probe exonerates Asia-Pacific accounting manager

FRANKFURT German payments company Wirecard said its Asia-Pacific accounting manager had been exonerated in an internal investigation into allegations of fraud and creative accounting.

Wirecard puts accounting manager on leave until probe ends: CEO

MUNICH Wirecard has suspended an accounting employee in Singapore until an investigation into allegations of fraud and creative accounting is over, the company's chief executive told Reuters on Tuesday.

Law firm's report on Wirecard transactions could be finished soon - source

MUNICH A report by a law firm mandated by German payments company Wirecard to investigate transactions that media reports described as suspicious could be completed soon, a source told Reuters on Friday.

Germany bans Wirecard 'shorting' as prosecutors probe FT journalist

FRANKFURT Germany's financial watchdog has banned "short" selling of Wirecard shares due to volatility in the payments firm's stock following reports in the Financial Times which are now the subject of an investigation by German authorities.

Britain's FT says allegations over Wirecard reporting are false

LONDON Britain's Financial Times rejected as "baseless and false" any allegations accusing the newspaper or its reporters of market manipulation or unethical reporting in relation to German payments company Wirecard.

Germany bans Wirecard 'shorting' as prosecutors probe FT journalist

FRANKFURT Germany's financial watchdog has banned "short" selling of Wirecard shares due to volatility in the payments firm's stock following reports in the Financial Times which are now the subject of an investigation by German authorities.

UPDATE 4-Germany bans Wirecard 'shorting' as prosecutors probe FT journalist

* Wirecard shares gain 15 percent (Updates with data from IHS Markit, shares)

Britain's FT says allegations over Wirecard reporting are false

LONDON Britain's Financial Times rejected as "baseless and false" any allegations accusing the newspaper or its reporters of market manipulation or unethical reporting in relation to German payments company Wirecard.

Britain's FT says allegations over Wirecard reporting are false

LONDON, Feb 18 Britain's Financial Times rejected as "baseless and false" any allegations accusing the newspaper or its reporters of market manipulation or unethical reporting in relation to German payments company Wirecard .

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