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Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft (DBK.DE)

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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8.63-0.40 (-4.44%)
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    Miguel
    The most common reasons why Brits are buying cryptocurrency is that they think it will be very influential in the future (23% of crypto owners)
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    Roberto
    In Profits and delivering dividends. The SP makes so much sense!

    "Deutsche Bank AG is on track to reach the “top end” of its revenue guidance for the year, according to Chief Financial Officer James von Moltke, while UniCredit SpA Chief Executive Officer Andrea Orcel said Thursday that the bank will give a “substantial upgrade” to its targets alongside third-quarter results. Both executives were speaking at a Bank of America Corp. conference in London."
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    IBD
    DB is at or near all time stock price lows, with still some unsettling economic issues, does DB go lower or are we nearing a a bottom? The Russian situation has made Ero energy an issue, the stronger dollar has kept the Euro behind and the real recession which seeming has been kept at bay seems readying to hit hard in 2023 if we believe the analysts. So Buy, Hold, Sell, or if already on the sidelines, a stay on the sidelines?

    What are you doing?
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    pustejovsky
    Yahoo! has been so bad lately - especially the DB board. I like using (http://Themaxgains.tech) now instead for my daily research.
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    Roberto
    Keep those profits coming!!! More dividends here we come!!

    "Deutsche Bank Announces Pricing of Its Previously Announced Tender Offer for Certain of Its Outstanding Eligible Liabilities Senior Notes""
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    Roberto
    Deutsche Bank DB reported second-quarter 2022 net income of #$%$1.21 billion ($1.14 billion) compared with the year-ago quarter?s #$%$828 million. Also, the Germany-based lender reported a profit before taxes of #$%$1.55 billion ($1.45 billion), up 33% from the year-ago quarter.
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    Barry
    DB closes above 50 day MA for first time since February
    Bullish
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    Mick
    will we see this stock double when Russia/ Ukraine is over?
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    DataTrader
    DB tax fraud scandal
    Deutsche Bank staff broke regulatory rules and company policy to enable clients to siphon off millions of euros in government revenues
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    DataTrader
    Low Water Levels in Germany's Rhine River Add Further Pressure on Industrial Sector -- Market Watch
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    Alex
    Douche Bank
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    Mark
    This sure looks like a 6 bucks stock.
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    b
    Hope everybody loaded up -- $10 within a month or two and $12 by year's end for sure
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    Jackbay
    hope dbk up to price 9 per share
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    jim
    News on DB website from aug 4.Moody?s said: ?Deutsche Bank has made substantial strides to cut costs, solidify its revenue base and raise its underlying profit potential. Stronger, more diverse earnings, if sustained, will buffer the more volatile results of DB's capital markets business in adverse markets and ? together with the bank's meaningfully lower expense base ? equip the bank to achieve the financial targets set out in its strategic overhaul just two summers ago. This prospect, along with DB's existing credit strengths of sound capital and liquidity, are reflected in our upgrade of the bank?s ratings with a positive outlook.?Christian Sewing, Chief Executive Officer, commented: ?Moody?s decision to upgrade our ratings is highly appreciated and a great recognition for the outstanding efforts of our people, who are transforming Deutsche Bank in a very challenging environment. Together, we have built a robust business model supported by strong capital and liquidity as well as disciplined cost and risk management. Our first half 2021 results with profit improvements in all four business areas underscore the progress we have made on the path to sustainable profitability.?James von Moltke, Chief Finance Officer, added: ?This is a milestone on our transformation journey. This move by Moody?s, a key stakeholder, validates the progress Deutsche Bank has made since we launched our new strategy two years ago. Upgrades across both long- and short-term ratings help us fund our client activities on more competitive terms. A positive outlook is a great encouragement for us to make further progress in transforming Deutsche Bank.?What?s behind this move? Key factors driving the upgradeSuccessful execution of a unique transformation. Moody?s commented: ?Since announcing its strategic overhaul in summer 2019, DB has regained earnings strength; reduced capital and leverage exposure consumption; significantly lowered its operating costs; maintained strong liquidity; and reduced its dependence on [?] market funding. These achievements have enabled DB to finance its strategic overhaul without significantly lowering its key capital ratios, leaving it on firmer ground than was achieved through previous, less fundamental restructurings?. Refocusing on core strengths pays off. Moody?s noted: ?A central element of DB's strategic transformation has been the refocus of its capital markets activities, and revenue mix, on less capital-intensive businesses critical to growing its corporate client base, which will be the core of its new business model. DB's ability to grow revenue during its restructuring has it ahead of schedule to meet its 2022 revenue goals.?Well-positioned core businesses. The agency added: ?DB's refocus on higher-margin businesses within fixed-income and currencies has caused no visible client or revenue attrition? the revenue mix is still reasonably well diversified. Therefore, a slowdown in one or more areas should not inordinately reduce the IB's restored revenue base, allowing it to sustain good earnings even in a more normalised market. Moreover, rising global interest rates, in particular in the US, will improve results in the Corporate Bank (CB) and Private Bank (PB) segments from 2022 onward.?Strong progress on Sustainability. For Moody?s, Deutsche Bank?s sustainability strategy, is ahead of peers in key aspects. Deutsche Bank, as Moody?s notes, ?has recently accelerated initiatives related to its Sustainable Finance Taxonomy to serve the growing needs of global corporates to adapt business models for sustainability goals. Early adoption of ESG policies and strategies will help DB adapt its solutions to clients' sustainability targets. The bank has already introduced ring-fenced sustainable transactions in trade and supply chain finance. These include financing structures with ESG-linked incentives and penalties if sustainability targets, based on measurable key performance indicators, are not met. This revenue growth opportunity ? is just one example of how DB is ahead of the competition in developing and bearing the costs of ESG products and risk-management capabilities.? Conservative balance sheet management reaps rewards. Moody?s commented that ?Deutsche Bank?s sound capital and strong liquidity provide sturdy buffers against losses.? The agency noted: ?The bank expects to maintain a Common Equity Tier 1 (CET1) capital ratio of around 13% for 2021 and beyond, providing a good capital base to absorb anticipated asset quality deterioration and resulting negative rating migration. DB's substantial pool of high-quality liquid assets remains a comparative credit strength of the group and has significantly reduced its refinancing risk.? Strong risk management. Moody?s explained, ?the bank?s loan book is well diversified, with moderate risk concentrations. DB's #$%$445 billion loan book is well spread across regions, segments and asset classes. About half of its lending is directe
    Bullish
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    Roberto
    While Crypto will be on the floor until Christmas - This stock makes profits and issues dividends. Its just gonna climb from here!! get in early and ride the climbing train!! Choo Choo!!
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    Buzzlightyear
    Positive outlook for 2021, so I expect sustainable recovery in stock price.

    Bloombetg reported Deutsche Bank  closed out a bumper year for trading with a result that beat most Wall Street peers. Germany's largest lender posts its first annual profit in six years, as fixed-income trading revenue rises 17%. CFO James von Moltke said he sees the positive momentum continuing. Speaking to Bloomberg, he also talked about the positive profit outlook for 2021 and plans to resume dividend payments this year.

    Woohoo!!!!!!
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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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