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Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft (DBK.DE)


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15.84-0.10 (-0.66%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous close15.94
Open15.99
Bid0.00 x 555100
Ask0.00 x 230000
Day's range15.78 - 16.07
52-week range8.83 - 17.82
Volume13,515,280
Avg. volume13,557,861
Market cap32.79B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)-16.66
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters3 minutes ago

    U.S. Attorney General Sessions brushes off Trump criticism

    U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday brushed off sharp criticism from President Donald Trump over his recusal from the Justice Department's Russia investigation, saying he loved his job and planned to continue serving. "We love this job, we love this department, and I plan to continue to do so as long as that is appropriate," Sessions said at a news conference announcing a cyber crime bust. Sessions was flanked by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, who were both also criticized by the president in an interview with the New York Times on Wednesday.

  • Reuters1 hour ago

    Citigroup, Deutsche Bank beef up Frankfurt presence in Brexit response

    LONDON/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Two global banks, Citigroup (C.N) and Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE), are beefing up their presence in Frankfurt to deal with the impact of Britain leaving the European Union. U.S. bank Citigroup said on Thursday that it may need to create 150 new jobs in the EU, as it confirmed it would headquarter its EU trading operations in Frankfurt. Deutsche Bank Chief Executive Officer John Cryan said in a video published on Thursday that the German lender expected to add new jobs in Frankfurt, where it will replicate a structure that is interchangeable with its London operations and evolve as Brexit negotiations unfold.

  • Reuters - UK Focus1 hour ago

    Citigroup, Deutsche Bank beef up Frankfurt presence in Brexit response

    LONDON/FRANKFURT, July 20 (Reuters) - Two global banks, Citigroup (NYSE: C - news) and Deutsche Bank, are beefing up their presence in Frankfurt to deal with the impact of Britain leaving the European Union. U.S. bank Citigroup said on Thursday that it may need to create 150 new jobs in the EU, as it confirmed it would headquarter its EU trading operations in Frankfurt. Deutsche Bank Chief Executive Officer John Cryan said in a video published on Thursday that the German lender expected to add new jobs in Frankfurt, where it will replicate a structure that is interchangeable with its London operations and evolve as Brexit negotiations unfold.