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DB holds less 5% of its own shares

Deutsche Bank has disclosed that it holds less than 5% of its own shares.

From March 21, DB shares declined to 4.63% of its issued share capital.

Under German regulations, an investor is required to disclose his shareholding in a company if it breaches certain levels, such as 3%, 5%, 10% and 20%.

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