DB - Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
12.34
+0.09 (+0.73%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT
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Previous Close12.25
Open12.23
Bid0.00 x 38500
Ask12.45 x 800
Day's Range12.15 - 12.40
52 Week Range10.36 - 20.23
Volume7,139,522
Avg. Volume5,088,137
Market Cap25.243B
Beta1.55
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.88
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-05-19
1y Target Est10.50
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  • Germany Said to Favor Deutsche Bank Merger With Commerzbank
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Germany Said to Favor Deutsche Bank Merger With Commerzbank

    Germany’s government would favor a tie-up of Deutsche Bank AG and Commerzbank AG according to people involved in the discussions. Bloomberg's  Birgit Jennen reports on "Bloomberg Markets: European ...

  • Ex-Deutsche Bank Trader Says He Set Libor Rate to Aid Positions
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Ex-Deutsche Bank Trader Says He Set Libor Rate to Aid Positions

    A former Deutsche Bank AG trader who was responsible for submitting the company’s daily borrowing rates -- combined with those of other banks to calculate the Libor benchmark -- said he would often alter the figure at the request of other traders to benefit their own positions. James A. King took the stand Thursday in New York on the second day of a trial of Matthew Connolly and Gavin Black, former Deutsche Bank traders who are charged with conspiring to manipulate Libor from 2004 to 2011 to boost profits on particular trades and increase their own bonuses. King, who testified for the government as part of a deal in which he won’t be prosecuted, explained how traders often asked him to raise or lower the submission to help their own positions -- including Black, who sat nearby in the bank’s London office and could simply turn around and ask him to change it.

  • Ex-Deutsche Bank Traders Focus on Libor Rules in Rigging Trial
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Ex-Deutsche Bank Traders Focus on Libor Rules in Rigging Trial

    Lawyers for two former Deutsche Bank AG traders charged with manipulating Libor are hammering home a central theme of their defense -- that there were no hard and fast rules on how banks were supposed to make their rate submissions during the time they are accused of rigging the benchmark. During their cross-examination of the government’s first witness, Dartmouth College economics professor Thomas Youle, the defense lawyers quickly turned to questions about the British Banking Association’s rules for Libor submissions. The former traders, Matthew Connolly and Gavin Black, have maintained that there were no clear rules on what factors could be considered while making submissions until June 2008, three years after Connolly left Deutsche Bank, and that banks weren’t prohibited from considering their own derivative tradings positions while submitting rates until April 2013.

  • Deutsche Divests Energy Loan Portfolio to Bank of Montreal
    Zacks3 days ago

    Deutsche Divests Energy Loan Portfolio to Bank of Montreal

    Deutsche Bank (DB) remains on track to offload unprofitable business and focus on core operations in order to improve financials.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Deutsche Bank Senior Banker Advised Bosses to Consider Breakup

    A senior investment banker at Deutsche Bank AG recommended earlier this year that the troubled German lender consider breaking itself up, and other long-term strategic options, to address its persistent competitive weaknesses, according to people familiar with the matter. The proposal came from Charlie Dupree, Deutsche’s head of mergers and acquisitions in the Americas before he left for JPMorgan Chase & Co. in June. His analysis, produced with other bankers over several months, was for internal purposes and wasn’t intended to be made public, according to the people. In April, Mr. Dupree shared his conclusions with Deutsche Bank’s chief financial officer, James von Moltke. The finance chief considered the analysis well-intended but superficial, a person familiar with his feedback said.

  • BMO Acquires $3 Billion in Oil and Gas Loans From Deutsche Bank
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    BMO Acquires $3 Billion in Oil and Gas Loans From Deutsche Bank

    Bank of Montreal has a acquired a portfolio of about $3 billion in energy loans from Deutsche Bank AG. "We are one of the leading energy investment banks in North America and we got there by continuously investing in our franchise to support our clients -- including by growing our lending portfolio with this acquisition," John Armstrong, deputy head of investment banking at BMO Capital Markets, said in an emailed statement. The book comprises investment-grade and subprime revolving credit lines to oil and gas companies.

  • Investopedia4 days ago

    JPMorgan Stock Breaks Out From Bearish Price Channel

    JPMorgan shares broke out from a bearish price channel as the steepening yield curve offers an opportunity to banks.

  • Financial Times4 days ago

    [$$] Energy traders and banks back new blockchain platforms

    A group of the world’s leading energy traders and banks is looking to shake up the centuries-old trade finance industry with the launch of two new platforms underpinned by blockchain technology. “Blockchain technology will answer the needs of key participants in commodity trading by improving efficiency and security,” said Souleima Baddi, chief executive of Komgo, which will focus on commodity trade financing by digitising the lenders’ customer identification documents as well as electronic letters of credit.

  • Financial Times4 days ago

    [$$] HNA chairman’s family tightens grip on Chinese group’s reins

    Mr Chen’s son, Daniel Chen, has been elected to the HNA Group board of directors, the company announced on Tuesday. The company also said Dennis Chen, nephew of the 65-year-old chairman, has been named vice-president of the group.

  • Financial Times4 days ago

    [$$] Deutsche Bank seeks earnings boost from push into German heartland

    ’s battered reputation among German family-owned businesses is sometimes too much even for Stefan Bender. A Deutsche lifer, the 49-year-old Mr Bender was named “Mr Mittelstand” in 2015, charged with seizing market share with the small and medium-sized companies that are the bedrock of the German economy.

  • How HNA Will Sell Deutsche Bank and Why That Matters
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    How HNA Will Sell Deutsche Bank and Why That Matters

    Deutsche Bank AG’s largest investor is on the way out. The stake owned by heavily-indebted Chinese conglomerate HNA Group Co. may dribble back into the market or, according to one recent report, be sold to another investor. How HNA executes its retreat will have big implications for Deutsche Bank.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Deutsche Bank CFO says holding structure not high on agenda right now

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank's (DBKGn.DE) finance chief said on Tuesday that opting for a holding company structure at the bank is not a priority at the moment. It is "simply not high on the ...

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Deutsche Bank to move assets from London to Frankfurt after Brexit

    Deutsche Bank said on Monday it would move assets from London to Frankfurt after Britain's planned exit from the European Union next year, in line with demands from British and EU regulators. Deutsche Bank said in a statement it would make Frankfurt rather than London the primary booking hub for its investment banking clients, as per an announcement made last year. A source familiar with the matter said the European Central Bank, as Europe's main financial supervisor, was putting pressure on banks to shift investment banking activities from London to the continent.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Deutsche Bank to move assets from London to Frankfurt after Brexit

    Deutsche Bank said on Monday it would move assets from London to Frankfurt after Britain's planned exit from the European Union next year, in line with demands from British and EU regulators. Deutsche Bank said in a statement it would make Frankfurt rather than London the primary booking hub for its investment banking clients, as per an announcement made last year.

  • Deutsche (DB) to Shift Large Portion of Assets From London
    Zacks6 days ago

    Deutsche (DB) to Shift Large Portion of Assets From London

    Deutsche Bank (DB) remains on track to remodel its business in order to improve financials. However, shifting of assets from London might be a time consuming and an expensive affair.

  • Deutsche Bank Plans to Operate Post-Brexit in U.K. Via Branch
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    Deutsche Bank Plans to Operate Post-Brexit in U.K. Via Branch

    Deutsche Bank AG intends to continue operating as a branch in the U.K. after the nation leaves the European Union, instead of setting up a potentially costly U.K. subsidiary. Bloomberg Intelligence's Jonathan ...

  • TheStreet.com6 days ago

    Deutsche Bank Confirms Shift of Assets From London Amid 'Unclear' Brexit Impact

    said Monday that it has been transitioning its business away from London, including the shifting and ring fencing of financial assets, thanks in part to the uncertainty surrounding Britain's exit from the European Union. Deutsche Bank said its Frankfurt headquarters will be the global "hub" for its investment banking business and that its London operations will operate as "branches" to the global office. The bank's statement follows a report in the Financial Times that suggested Europe's second-biggest bank could move as much as 75% of its estimated €600 billion ($698 billion) balance sheet from London.

  • Deutsche Bank Executive's 1MDB Role in Investigators' Focus
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    Deutsche Bank Executive's 1MDB Role in Investigators' Focus

    Singapore authorities probing the multi-billion dollar 1MDB scandal are looking at the role of an outgoing senior Deutsche Bank AG executive as part of their investigations, according to people with knowledge of the matter. Tan Boon-Kee, who was Asia Pacific head of the German bank’s financial institutions group, has been interviewed by the city’s Commercial Affairs Department as recently as late August, said one of the people, who asked not to be named because the queries are confidential. The Monetary Authority of Singapore has also quizzed Deutsche Bank about the extent of Tan’s involvement with the 1Malaysia Development Bhd. account, the people said.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - Sept 17

    The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines Big UK shareholder in Unilever to fight headquarters shift ...

  • Deutsche to shift more assets to Frankfurt, ringfence UK operations after Brexit: source
    Reuters6 days ago

    Deutsche to shift more assets to Frankfurt, ringfence UK operations after Brexit: source

    Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) is considering shifting large volumes of assets from London to Frankfurt after the UK's planned exit from the European Union next year to meet demands from European regulators, a person close to the matter said on Sunday. Deutsche will also transform its UK arm into a ringfenced subsidiary after Brexit and reduce the size and complexity of its British operations, the source said. The Financial Times reported earlier on Sunday, citing people familiar with the thinking of the bank's executives, that Deutsche could eventually move about three-quarters of its estimated 600 billion euros in capital back from London to its headquarters.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Deutsche to shift more assets to Frankfurt, ringfence UK operations after Brexit - source

    Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) is considering shifting large volumes of assets from London to Frankfurt after the UK's planned exit from the European Union next year to meet demands from European regulators, a person close to the matter said on Sunday. Deutsche will also transform its UK arm into a ringfenced subsidiary after Brexit and reduce the size and complexity of its British operations, the source said. The Financial Times reported earlier on Sunday, citing people familiar with the thinking of the bank's executives, that Deutsche could eventually move about three-quarters of its estimated 600 billion euros in capital back from London to its headquarters.

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    [$$] Deutsche Bank steps up plan to shift more UK assets after Brexit

    Deutsche Bank has scaled up plans to shift hundreds of billions of assets from London to Frankfurt after coming under increasing pressure from European regulators over the size and complexity of its UK operations after Brexit. Any transfer of the German bank’s assets, equivalent to almost half the total held by European lenders in the UK, would be a big blow to the City of London, which has seen overseas banks move operations to mainland Europe amid the uncertainty of Britain leaving the EU.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Deutsche Bank extends contract investment bank head Ritchie

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) has extended the contract of its head of investment banking, Garth Ritchie, for five years, a spokeswoman confirmed on Friday, as the unit trims its overseas ...

  • Deutsche Bank Stock-Trading Head Says He's Playing Moneyball
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    Deutsche Bank Stock-Trading Head Says He's Playing Moneyball

    Deutsche Bank AG’s global head of equities is seeking inspiration from a legendary baseball team as he looks to overturn a three-year rout of the business with a shrinking budget. It’s more of a Moneyball approach to bringing people in, and it’s working,” Peter Selman said in an interview at Deutsche Bank’s U.S. headquarters in New York, referring to the technique of building a winning team of underrated players rather than stars. Selman, a former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. partner, came out of retirement last year to revive Deutsche Bank’s flagging equities business, which has reported year-over-year declines in revenue for 12 straight quarters.

  • Deutsche Bank's retreat to Germany gets tepid welcome at home
    Reuters9 days ago

    Deutsche Bank's retreat to Germany gets tepid welcome at home

    FRANKFURT/LONDON (Reuters) - German manufacturer Voith has been a customer of Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) for more than a century. In April, it said it would refocus on German customers as part of a push to restore the edge it has lost in the decade since the 2008 financial crisis. Voith and other German companies such as auto parts maker Bosch have turned to rivals and Deutsche's share of its home market has diminished.