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NEW YORK CITY-Deutsche Bank and Guggenheim Partners, which had launched discussions in February about a possible sale of RREEF and other asset management units, now will focus solely on RREEF, the real estate and infrastructure investment management arm of Deutsche Asset Management. The Frankfurt-based Deutsche Bank said Friday that it had mutually agreed with Guggenheim, based here, to end exclusive negotiations on a potential sale of DWS Americas, the bank’s mutual fund business in the Americas; DB Advisors, its global institutional asset management business; and Deutsche Insurance Asset Management, the global insurance asset management business.

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