(Bloomberg) -- Deutsche Bank AG, Germany’s biggest lender, swung to a loss in the third quarter after setting aside 894 million euros ($1.1 billion) to cover the costs of settling investigations of past wrongdoing.

The net loss in the three months through September was 94 million euros compared with net income of 41 million euros a year earlier, the Frankfurt-based company said today. The bank reported higher-than-estimated revenue from trading fixed income and currencies, its biggest sales generator.

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