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Tomorrow is today

28 July 2009 By Jeffrey Goldfarb

The German lender cut risk, grew revenue and harvested investment gains in Q2. But its results were dented by provisions on billions of assets reclassified during the crisis. Deutsche could have taken bigger writedowns last year. Instead, it is paying a deferred tax on recovery.

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