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Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft (DBK.DE)

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10.10-0.11 (-1.10%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous close10.21
Open10.30
Bid10.09 x 555100
Ask10.10 x 230000
Day's range10.07 - 10.40
52-week range6.75 - 12.56
Volume8,641,167
Avg. volume8,076,321
Market cap21.162B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.42
PE ratio (TTM)16.06
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date24 May 2019
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Credit Suisse snaps up Deutsche banker to relaunch financial institutions group - memo

    Credit Suisse has poached Deutsche Bank's Israel Fernandez to lead its financial institutions group (FIG) in Europe, the Middle East and Africa in tandem with Julien Lamm, according to a memo seen by Reuters. Fernandez will take on his new role on Nov. 15 and will be based in Madrid, just like his predecessor Armando Rubio-Alvarez - the bank's former head of EMEA FIG - who quit in June to join Jefferies. A 15-year veteran of Deutsche Bank, where he was most recently in charge of its FIG franchise in Iberia, Fernandez has advised on a wide range of transactions including the 2.2 billion euro merger of Unicaja and Liberbank and Banco Santander's purchase of Allianz Popular Holdings.

  • Bloomberg

    Deutsche Bank Explored Wells Fargo Custody Deal Before Fed Snub

    (Bloomberg) -- Deutsche Bank AG chief Christian Sewing has signaled he’s ready to move past years of turnaround efforts and consider deals to grow the bank. He’ll probably have to look outside the U.S., since the Federal Reserve views its progress as far from done.Senior executives at the German lender indicated their interest in buying Wells Fargo & Co.’s custody unit to Fed officials late last year, according to people familiar with the matter. The Fed was opposed to the purchase because Deuts

  • Reuters

    Deutsche's investment bank head stresses controls to remain "boring"

    The head of Deutsche Bank's investment bank, Mark Fedorcik, on Tuesday stressed that the division was focused on internal controls to make sure the lender remains "boring". Deutsche's controls for money laundering and other issues in recent years have come under the scrutiny of regulators, putting pressure on Germany's largest lender to make changes. Fedorcik told a virtual banking conference that focusing on know-your-customer controls, reputation risk, transaction monitoring and reviewing whether clients are the kind the bank seeks were a crucial pillar in the division's turnaround.