There is no need for the German central bank to raise interest rates to protect the mark, one of Germany's leading bankers said Wednesday.

Rolf Breuer, management board chairman of Deutsche Bank AG, said at a news conference on his bank's first-half earnings that the situation on the foreign exchange markets "isn't out of control, but reasonable."

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