Deutsche Bank in its annual report announced plans to increase revenues in the current year slightly above the 2018 level. To this end, the bank intends to increase investments in a number of areas, reorganize its business, and optimize liquidity and balance. At the end of last year, its revenue decreased by 4% to 25 billion 320 million euros. The bank expects this year to increase the revenue of the corporate and investment division, as well as growth in the fixed income trading segment. In his report it is noted that the rate of return on tangible capital could reach 4% if this was favored by the trading environment. Following the results of 2018, Deutsche Bank reported on its net profit for the first time since 2014.
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