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Deutsche Bank expects flat bond trading revenues in 2018


Thursday, 26 Apr 2018 

April 26 (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank says in Q1 report::DEUTSCHE BANK SAYS ASSET MANAGEMENT SEGMENT REPORTED NET ASSET OUTFLOWS OF 8 BILLION EUROS, REVENUES 10 PERCENT LOWER AT 545 MILLION EUR.DEUTSCHE BANK REITERATES EXPECTS REVENUES TO BE ESSENTIALLY FLAT IN 2018 COMPARED TO 2017.DEUTSCHE BANK SAYS OUTLOOK ALSO REFLECTS CURRENT ESTIMATES OF THE IMPACT OF ADJUSTMENTS TO OUR STRATEGY IN OUR CORPORATE & INVESTMENT BANK.DEUTSCHE BANK SAYS TARGETS A COMPETITIVE DIVIDEND PAY-OUT RATIO FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2018 AND THEREAFTER.DEUTSCHE BANK SAYS FOR THE REMAINDER OF 2018 EXPECTS LITIGATION EXPENSES TO BE MEANING-FULLY HIGHER THAN IN Q1.DEUTSCHE BANK SAYS EXPECTS 2018 REVENUES IN SALES & TRADING FIC TO BE FLAT, IN EQUITIES TO BE LOWER, IN ORIGINATION & ADVISORY TO BE LOWER, IN GTB TO BE FLAT.DEUTSCHE BANK SAYS EXPECTS 2018 NON-INTEREST EXPENSES IN CORPORATE & INVESTMENT BANK TO BE ESSENTIALLY FLAT. 

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