DB To Shrink Balance Sheet By Another EUR250 Bln

30 Jul 2013

Deutsche Bank says it is planning to shrink its balance sheet by an additional EUR250 billion ($331.32 billion) over the next two years after reducing it by EUR100 billion ($132.53 billion) in the second quarter.

Deutsche Bank says it is planning to shrink its balance sheet by an additional EUR250 billion ($331.32 billion) over the next two years after reducing it by EUR100 billion ($132.53 billion) in the second quarter.

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