[FRANKFURT] Deutsche Bank posted a 20 per cent rise in revenue at its lucrative bond trading business in the third quarter, helping to take the sting out of its previously announced record 6 billion-euro (US$6.6 billion) group pre-tax loss.
Revenue at its Corporate Banking and Securities business rose 2 per cent to 3.2 billion euros, helped by higher revenue in rates, credit and distressed and emerging markets, Germany's largest lender said in a statement on Thursday.
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