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Deutsche Bank AG is considering 10,000 job cuts and retreating from equities markets across the world as part of a sweeping overhaul by Chief Executive Officer Christian Sewing, people familiar with the matter said.Sewing has promised a large-scale restructuring of the investment bank to focus on areas that have more direct links with European companies.Deutsche Bank was trading 0.6 percent lower at 10.90 euros (around $12) as of 4:09 p.m. in Frankfurt and has lost 31 percent this year, making it the worst-performing European bank.A number of senior executives from the investment bank have left since Sewing first hinted at the restructuring to come when he discussed the bank's first-quarter results in April.
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