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Deutsche Bank profit exceeds expectations despite weak market

Sify Thursday, 26 October 2017
Deutsche Bank posted a rise in third-quarter net profit to 649 million euros ($768 million) on Thursday, despite a drop in investment bank revenue and a challenging market.
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