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Deutsche Bank may cut bonuses after reporting loss.

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Germany-based Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE: DB), considered to be Germany's biggest bank, is planning to cut bonuses at an average of 60 percent after reporting a loss.

It is believed that business units that were hardest hit by the financial crisis - such as structured products and proprietary trading - would face larger reductions than foreign exchange and commodities operations. The chief executive and other top executives of the bank are to forego their bonuses, and the bank has decided to slash variable pay.

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Date:Feb 3, 2009
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