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Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft (DBK.F)

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    G.Growl
    How is Deutsche Bank Laundering massive amounts of shady money new news? lol
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    Andrea
    Another money laundry scandal Over 5 global banks, and again including DB in the headline. What’s the value for shareholders here anymore? Sack the management and get the banking system properly audited !!!
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    nemisis
    Do not think for one moment that DB and the other European banks timed the virus and bad credit default swaps at the same time in February. credit default swaps were having issues right before the virus broke. This is the bubble that needs to be broken, but certain things are to distract people from the real issues that are tainting the financial system. They are all tainted and it started at DB and trickled everywhere.
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    julian
    I never short but this is my exception to the rule.
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    Carl
    The banks aren't doing anything but going down and this will be the stake in the heart of the vampire. The "artificial stock boom" will wither and die on the vine if the banks can't climb out of the depths of despair. I predict that they won't and so the phony markets will not do much more and may collapse by year's end. It's 1929 all over again.
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    Thad
    time to buy?
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    Joe
    Only President & Billionaire Donald Trump will Make Deutsche Bank and Wells Fargo Great Again.
    New York regulators fined Deutsche Bank $150 million and slammed Deutsche Bank for "mistakes and sloppiness" in its cozy relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, accused sex-trafficker. Deutsche Bank's "significant compliance failures" allowed Epstein to conduct hundreds of transactions totaling millions of dollars that should have prompted additional scrutiny.
    The penalties, which also relate to Deutsche Bank (DB)'s ties to scandal-ridden financial institutions Danske Bank Estonia and FBME Bank, are the first enforcement actions by regulators against a bank for dealings with Epstein.
    The New York State Department of Financial Services said Deutsche Bank failed to detect "many subsequent suspicious transactions" conducted by Jeffrey Epsteiin, the late multimillionaire, who died by suicide in August 2019 while awaiting trial on federal charges accusing him of operating a sex-trafficking ring involving girls as young as 14 at his Manhattan mansion and his Palm Beach estate.
    Deutsche Bank has a long history of regulatory troubles.
    In 2017, Deutsche Bank was hit with $630 million in penalties from New York State over a $10 billion Russian money-laundering scandal in which it allegedly failed to deal with a stock-trading scheme that allowed clients in Russia to move massive amounts of money into offshore accounts.
    Deutsche Bank reached a $7.2 billion settlement in late 2016 with the US Justice Department over toxic mortgage assets, about a year after it agreed to pay $2.5 billion in penalties over interest rate manipulation.
    Deutsche Bank also has a long and complicated relationship with President Donald Trump. Over the past two decades, Deutsche Bank has lent Trump more than $2 billion, making the bank the president's largest lender at the time of his election, according to The New York Times.
    Trump has sued to block subpoenas compelling Deutsche Bank to turn over the president's financial records. The Supreme Court is debating Trump's ability to shield his documents, including tax records, from authorities.
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    Kamal
    Price will go up tomorrow when an analyst upgrade its share to Strong buy with target price of 12. BFI can't collapse easily in any sort of economic crisis.
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    Deutsche Bank is down 8.14% to 8.35
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    Faibisch S
    Deutsche bank is ok bud not for making money buy tomdf than see wat money making means
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    Marcos
    i hope we can beat this ER too and start making money, i was in DB years ago, when it was $18 and brexit talks were a thing, then the split and bad er i want to sell at $20
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    Jose theo
    Back to double digits !! Looks like it’s heading to 15 bucks ..
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    Jose theo
    https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/deutsche-bank-enters-multi-partnership-121712908.html

    Parnerships with Google this is a good directions heading forward..
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    Jupi
    Are you going to Doctor ??? While I am Live There Is No Crisis ;)
  • M
    Mike
    Think about it. Capital raise is off the table, DB is very well capitalized. Some very serious people invested billions and they have better understanding of DB's operations than any short on this board. For the first time in many years DB managed to post profit. EU is set to raise interest rates. DB might fall a bit more, but risk & reward ratio is clearly on our side now. On Monday im set to add 20k shares. 30k shares in total. In a year or 2 ill be selling for not less than $30.Its a bad idea to trade DB, just buy and check back in 2 years
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    Dariusz
    Back to the Future: The year is 2015. "That was the year that then-CEO John Cryan said he would reduce the number of operating systems from 45 to four in 2020"
    45 different operating systems sure make it easy to support the infrastructure.
    Today Deutsche Bank still has 26.
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    Bunny
    Cutting 18% from over 90,000 employees are the right measures and great execution. This is a saving of 1.8 billions long term and eliminate business losing or not making money. If I deduct 900 millions as severance. That will leave 900 millions going to the bottom line right the way. From there, the savings can go to wealth management and expansion. It is a right sizing exercise that should have done long time ago. Only with enough pressure that enable the smooth execution of employees without much to do and lost focus. I can see DB earnings can only go up from here. That will be hugh increase in earnings.
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    PRAKASH
    Deutsche Bank AG won a commitment for new investment from Qatar
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    PRAKASH
    Deutsche Bank is strong, has no need for state aid, merger - chairman

    Reuters•December 30, 2018
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    Mr. Knowitall
    I worked at DB for 14 years as a Director in NY. One morning I was called into a conference room and told I was being restructured. 15 minutes later, no exit interview, I was on the street. I was a top producer every year I was there and did the job of three people (I took over industry coverage from 2 others they let go in 2004 and 2007 and never replaced). The problems with the bank can not be fixed. Even if they let another 30,000 go tomorrow the bank will never function like the bank it was. The problem is with people like Stefan Hoops, who knows nothing about the business and has zero empathy for those that have been demoralized for so long. The bank does not value its people. It only values mediocrity and punishes anyone that does not agree. I spoke up many times which is why I was let go. In the end, I was right about every single thing. Today I work for another bank, am paid more, and they value my experience and ideas. Stefan Hoops is now in charge of the “Corporate Bank” and I promise you he will drive it into the ground. They have lost so many clients and those clients have gone elsewhere for good. Nothing DB does will get those clients back. With each win I make everyday by bringing these clients to where I am now, I smile to think how much pain it will cost DB. They screwed with the wrong person when they let me go and now they will suffer for the pain they caused me and so many others over the past few years.
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