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No bonuses for top Deutsche execs as it posts record 2015 loss

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HARD TIMES: Deutsche Bank has reported a loss of 6.8 billion euros in 2015, as it set aside money to cover lawsuits and official investigations. It has also suffered a decline in revenue in its investment banking unit.

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DEUTSCHE Bank, confirming that it would post a record loss for 2015, said that members of its management board would not receive bonuses for the year and that shareholders should not expect a dividend until 2017 at the earliest.

The giant German bank reported a loss of 6.8