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Deutsche Bank may shrink trading arms as a profitability booster

Bank also mulls reducing interest-rate business and prime finance activities catering to hedge funds

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As part of a strategy overhaul, the bank's chief executives are weighing a sale of its consumer bank in a reversal of their pledge to remain a universal bank.

Frankfurt

DEUTSCHE Bank AG, which runs Europe's biggest investment bank, is looking at shrinking its trading businesses as it reviews three options to boost the firm's profitability, according to a person familiar with the matter.

To help lift returns, the bank is considering

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