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A Kuwaiti family worth at least $500 billion won a London lawsuit against Credit Suisse Group AG after losing $29 million while investing with the bank during the 2008 financial crisis.Mahmoud Haji Haider Abdullah and his sons, Maytham, Mahdi and Mansour, had lost $29 million at the end of October 2008, Judge Andrew Baker said Monday.He said the bank was responsible for "actionable breaches of duty" over the family's purchase of a $20 million three-year note in May 2008 .
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