DBK.DE - Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft

XETRA - XETRA Delayed price. Currency in EUR
10.866
-0.098 (-0.89%)
As of 4:31PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous close10.964
Open11.030
Bid10.864 x 555100
Ask10.866 x 230000
Day's range10.748 - 11.030
52-week range10.748 - 17.170
Volume12,705,040
Avg. volume13,409,630
Market cap22.421B
Beta1.59
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.11 (0.92%)
Ex-dividend date2018-05-25
1y target estN/A
  • The Wall Street Journal27 minutes ago

    [$$] Deutsche Bank Considers Plans for 10,000 Job Cuts

    AG executives have considered plans in recent weeks to eliminate close to 10,000 jobs, or about one in 10 employees, as part of moves to accelerate cost-cutting, according to people familiar with internal bank discussions. The process has divided senior executives and left investors unconvinced. High-level clashes over staffing and budgets and conflicting opinions from outside investors and bank executives reveal the depth of Deutsche Bank’s continuing struggles.

  • Deutsche Bank Said to Consider 10,000 Job Cuts
    Bloomberg34 minutes ago

    Deutsche Bank Said to Consider 10,000 Job Cuts

    Deutsche Bank AG is considering increasing the number of job reductions to about 10,000 as part of a sweeping overhaul by Chief Executive Officer Christian Sewing, according to a person familiar with the ...

  • Deutsche Bank looks to cut 10,000 jobs to reduce costs - WSJ
    Reuters34 minutes ago

    Deutsche Bank looks to cut 10,000 jobs to reduce costs - WSJ

    Deutsche Bank is planning to cut 10,000 jobs, or about a tenth of its global workforce, as part of efforts to reduce costs, The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday. Separately, Bloomberg News reported the bank was planning to withdraw from a number of equities markets across the globe. The Bloomberg report, which also cited unidentified people, said that Deutsche would sharply scale back its presence in the United States, and had started cutting activities in Central Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

  • Deutsche Bank looks to cut 10,000 jobs to reduce costs: WSJ
    Reuters37 minutes ago

    Deutsche Bank looks to cut 10,000 jobs to reduce costs: WSJ

    Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) is planning to cut 10,000 jobs, or about a tenth of its global workforce, as part of efforts to reduce costs, The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday. Separately, Bloomberg News reported the bank was planning to withdraw from a number of equities markets across the globe. The Bloomberg report, which also cited unidentified people, said that Deutsche would sharply scale back its presence in the United States, and had started cutting activities in Central Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

  • Deutsche Bank Is Considering Increasing Job Cuts to 10,000
    Bloomberg1 hour ago

    Deutsche Bank Is Considering Increasing Job Cuts to 10,000

    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. The cuts, first reported by the Wall Street Journal, could represent about 10 percent of the Frankfurt-based bank’s workforce. Under Sewing’s predecessor, John Cryan, the bank had a previous target of 9,000 cuts by 2020, though the Frankfurt-based lender may have made less than a third of those cuts.

  • Deutsche Bank’s Withdrawal From Equities Goes Global
    Bloomberg5 hours ago

    Deutsche Bank’s Withdrawal From Equities Goes Global

    Deutsche Bank AG is about to embark on a retreat from a swathe of equities markets across the world, including some on its own doorstep in Europe, according to people familiar with the matter. Germany’s biggest lender, which is expected to announce a range of restructuring measures to coincide with its annual shareholder meeting Thursday, will sharply reduce its presence in the U.S. market, and has also started cutting activity in the Central Europe, Middle East and Africa region, the people said, asking not to be identified discussing private information. Chief Executive Officer Christian Sewing has indicated that the bank will scale back the business that services hedge funds and the trading of stocks will also be affected, according to people with knowledge of the discussions.

  • Deutsche Bank chairman Achleitner to feel investor ire
    Reutersyesterday

    Deutsche Bank chairman Achleitner to feel investor ire

    Deutsche Bank investors, fed up with a languishing share price and dwindling revenue, will call on its leaders to deliver quicker results at this week's annual general meeting. Chairman Paul Achleitner and newly appointed chief executive Christian Sewing are expected to provide further details of the loss-making bank's refocused strategy at the gathering of up to 4,500 shareholders in Frankfurt on Thursday. Deutsche Bank has said it will scale back its sprawling global investment bank and lean more heavily on retail banking and asset management, following months of turmoil which have also led to calls for Achleitner's departure, following his ousting of former CEO John Cryan in April.

  • Deutsche Bank chairman Achleitner to feel investor ire
    Reutersyesterday

    Deutsche Bank chairman Achleitner to feel investor ire

    Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) investors, fed up with a languishing share price and dwindling revenue, will call on its leaders to deliver quicker results at this week's annual general meeting. Chairman Paul Achleitner and newly appointed chief executive Christian Sewing are expected to provide further details of the loss-making bank's refocused strategy at the gathering of up to 4,500 shareholders in Frankfurt on Thursday. Deutsche Bank has said it will scale back its sprawling global investment bank and lean more heavily on retail banking and asset management, following months of turmoil which have also led to calls for Achleitner's departure, following his ousting of former CEO John Cryan in April.

  • Nizar Al-Bassam Sues Deutsche Bank Over $4.7 Million Bonus
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Nizar Al-Bassam Sues Deutsche Bank Over $4.7 Million Bonus

    A former Deutsche Bank AG executive, Nizar Al-Bassam, is suing the German lender to reclaim bonuses totaling about 4 million euros ($4.7 million) following a probe into hiring practices in Russia and the U.K. Al-Bassam, a former head of corporate and debt capital market finance for central and eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa, said he believed the bank withheld the deferred compensation after investigating his involvement in hiring practices in Russia. “The allegation of misconduct for which the suspension was applied has long-since been abandoned,” Al-Bassam, said in a court filing dated April 26, and released Monday.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    MOVES-Deutsche Bank's Asia fixed income chief to also head transaction banking

    HONG KONG, May 21 (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank AG said on Monday that David Lynne, its Asia Pacific chief for fixed-income and currencies, will also take on the role of head of its global transaction banking ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    Ex-Barclays trader tells court being a bank VP is like working at McDonald's

    A former Barclays (LSE: BARC.L - news) trader on trial in London on charges he conspired to rig Euribor interest rates said on Thursday he was no more senior at the bank than people who served burgers at fast-food chain McDonald's. Prosecutor James Waddington told the jury at Southwark Crown Court that Italian-born Carlo Palombo was earning "just shy" of 1.5 million pounds by 2008 and had been promoted to vice president by 2009. "VP (LSE: VP.L - news) means junior," he said, comparing the title to being "like the guy who serves you at McDonald's".

  • MarketWatch7 days ago

    Trump still owes lenders including Deutsche Bank as much as $480 million

    President Donald Trump’s latest financial disclosure form reports liabilities to banks and financial services firms of between $356.15 million and $480.35 million, including up to $175 million to Deutsche Bank U.S. and $150 million to Ladder Capital, a listed real estate investment trust. Robert Mueller, the special counsel heading the federal inquiry probing alleged Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential race, subpoenaed records regarding Trump’s loans in December 2017, as well information on former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, according to the New York Times.

  • Deutsche Bank Scolded by the Fed
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    Deutsche Bank Scolded by the Fed

    The Fed starts to lose patience with Deutsche Bank AG after three cease and desist orders last year. Bloomberg's Steven Arons reports on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close." (Source: Bloomberg)...

  • Deutsche Bank Got a Scolding From the Fed
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    Deutsche Bank Got a Scolding From the Fed

    A tense scene unfolded inside Deutsche Bank AG’s Manhattan tower just hours before news began leaking that the firm was looking for a new chief executive officer. U.S. regulators on that day in late March gave senior executives a stern warning that remains in effect: Europe’s biggest investment bank, they said, must act more urgently to fix lapses described in a series of settlements with the Federal Reserve over the past few years. The uneasy encounter, which was followed by another meeting between the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Chairman Paul Achleitner, underscores a daunting behind-the-scenes challenge facing new CEO Christian Sewing.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    Former Euribor trader says saw nothing wrong with rate requests

    A former Barclays (LSE: BARC.L - news) trader, charged with conspiring to rig Euribor benchmark interest rates, told a London jury on Tuesday that his superior had told him to ask colleagues for rates that would benefit the bank - and he was never told that was dishonest. Italian-born Carlo Palombo, 39, who is now a teaching assistant at the University of California, told London's Southwark Crown Court that he had learnt about trading euro swaps on the job, reporting to co-defendant Philippe Moryoussef.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    UK draws record 37.8 bln stg investor demand for new 2071 bond

    Britain received a record 37.8 billion pounds ($51 billion) of demand at the launch of a new bond maturing in 2071, showing continued strong investor appetite for British government debt. The UK Debt Management Office said it would issue 6 billion pounds of the new bond, which was priced to yield 1.693 percent, a shade less than the 2068 gilt which it will overtake as the longest-maturity British government bond. The sale reinforces a picture of generally robust appetite for British government debt, which has shown little sign of slowing since June 2016's Brexit vote.

  • Deutsche Bank (DB) CEO Assures Asian Employees of No Exit
    Zacks8 days ago

    Deutsche Bank (DB) CEO Assures Asian Employees of No Exit

    Deutsche Bank (DB) aims to continue enhancing business in Asian region.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    German court backs jail term for Deutsche banker's role in carbon tax fraud

    Germany's federal supreme court on Tuesday sentenced a former Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) employee to three years in prison for his role in a carbon emission permit trading scheme designed to curb global warming but used to fraudulently collect tens of millions of euros of sales tax. The ruling by the Federal Court of Justice affirmed the 2016 lower-court conviction of Helmut Hohnholz, formerly a regional sales manager with Deutsche's global markets division. The case of one former employee of Deutsche's tax accounting division was referred back to lower court as his active role in the crime could not be fully proven.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    UK 2071 gilt syndication draws over 27 bln stg in orders

    Investors placed orders worth more than 27 billion pounds at the launch of a new British government bond due to mature in October 2071, one of the bookrunners on the deal said on Tuesday. The gilt, which ...

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Deutsche Bank has no plans to pull out of Asian countries - CEO

    Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) has no plans to pull out of Asian countries as it restructures its global business, Chief Executive Christian Sewing told staff and clients on his first visit to the region in his new role. After taking the helm at Germany's flagship lender last month, Sewing announced plans to cut back its U.S. investment banking activities where it has been unable to break the grip of the U.S. powerhouses such as Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan. The bank's business in Asia, however, remains key to the lender's global success, Sewing told a company town hall meeting in Singapore on Monday, according to a Hong Kong-based spokeswoman for the bank.

  • Bloomberg9 days ago

    RBS Is Set to Overtake Deutsche Bank as Europe's Most Penalized

    Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc may overtake Deutsche Bank AG as the European lender with the highest disclosed legal bills since the financial crisis. RBS, which once ran one of the world’s largest securities firms, is set to pay a fine for misconduct by its investment bank. Its role in peddling mortgage-backed bonds that fueled the U.S. housing meltdown could cost RBS $4.9 billion, according to the terms of a tentative deal it reached with the U.S. Justice Department last week.

  • Eisman of 'Big Short' Is Short Deutsche Bank, Canadian Financials
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Eisman of 'Big Short' Is Short Deutsche Bank, Canadian Financials

    Steven Eisman, managing director at Neuberger Berman, discusses the U.S. financial system, problems he sees with Deutsche Bank, and his biggest shorts in today's market. He speaks with Bloomberg's Yvonne ...

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Credit raters put pressure on Deutsche Bank over new strategy

    Deutsche Bank's new chief executive Christian Sewing needs to come up with a convincing strategy swiftly to stave off the threat of costly credit downgrades, the leading rating agencies told Reuters. Chances of a downgrade are "at least 50 percent", Giles Edwards, S&P's lead ratings analyst on Deutsche Bank, said in an interview with Reuters. S&P, like its counterparts Moody's and Fitch, is awaiting details on Deutsche's future strategy after the bank announced the outline of a revamp last month.

  • Credit raters put pressure on Deutsche Bank over new strategy
    Reuters9 days ago

    Credit raters put pressure on Deutsche Bank over new strategy

    Deutsche Bank's (DBKGn.DE) new chief executive Christian Sewing needs to come up with a convincing strategy swiftly to stave off the threat of costly credit downgrades, the leading rating agencies told Reuters. Chances of a downgrade are "at least 50 percent", Giles Edwards, S&P's lead ratings analyst on Deutsche Bank, said in an interview with Reuters. S&P, like its counterparts Moody's and Fitch, is awaiting details on Deutsche's future strategy after the bank announced the outline of a revamp last month.

  • Deutsche Bank Said to Get Fed Warning on Lapses 
    Bloomberg Video7 days ago

    Deutsche Bank Said to Get Fed Warning on Lapses 

    May.16 -- U.S. regulators are said to have warned Deutsche Bank senior executives that they must act more urgently to fix lapses described in a series of settlements with the Federal Reserve. Bloomberg’s Steven Arons reports on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."

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