DGP - DB Gold Double Long ETN

NYSEArca - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
21.84
-0.06 (-0.27%)
At close: 3:02PM EST
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Previous Close21.90
Open21.90
Bid0.00 x 4000
Ask0.00 x 900
Day's Range21.84 - 21.89
52 Week Range19.71 - 27.39
Volume1,101
Avg. Volume19,607
Net Assets77.45M
NAV21.13
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield0.00%
YTD Return-15.49%
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.02
Expense Ratio (net)0.75%
Inception Date2008-02-27
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  • Financial Times22 hours ago

    [$$] Deutsche Bank recruits LBO advisers and equities traders in US

    , whose volatile performance and heavy capital demands have been the repeated target of criticism from investors and analysts. , chief executive, earlier this year vowed to cut 25 per cent of Deutsche’s equities sales and trading staff in a bid to reform the investment bank, but analysts and investors have questioned whether it can shrink its way to profitability.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Prosecutors eye former Deutsche Bank anti-money laundering official: report

    Frankfurt prosecutors have launched a probe against a former anti-money laundering official of Deutsche Bank on suspicion of money laundering, German public broadcaster Hessischer Rundfunk reported on Monday. The public prosecutor is accusing the former official of failing to report suspicious transactions, despite sufficient indications of money laundering, Hessischer Rundfunk reported, without citing sources.

  • TheStreet.com2 days ago

    German Finance Ministry Declines Comment on Deutsche Bank Merger 'Speculation'

    A German Finance Ministry spokesperson declined to comment on the Focus Magazine report, published Saturday, that the government could orchestrate the tie-up in order to ensure that it has a lender commensurate with its status as Europe's biggest economy. Deutsche Bank shares were marked 0.6% higher on the session, against a 0.51% decline for the broader DAX performance index benchmark, to change hands at €7.72 each but have still lost more than half of their value so far this year and have a market cap of just €16 billion ($18.24 billion) against a balance sheet of €1.4 trilllion. Commerzbank bank shares were also outperforming the broader market, rising 0.86% on the session to €6.89 each, taking their market value to just over €9 billion.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    German finance ministry - No comment on possible merger of Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank

    BERLIN (Reuters) - A spokeswoman for the German Finance Ministry on Monday declined to comment on "speculation" about a possible merger of Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) and Commerzbank (CBKG.DE). ...

  • Financial Times2 days ago

    [$$] Deutsche Bank needs a bold and swift restructuring

    ’s chief executive insisted in a recent interview with the German tabloid Bild that Germany’s biggest bank was “not at risk of a takeover”. No prudent buyer would take on Deutsche Bank in its current state. This was not the playbook that Christian Sewing had envisaged.

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    [$$] Deutsche Bank reports suspicious tax transactions

    Deutsche Bank has reported to German tax authorities suspicious transactions that may have allowed clients to claim dividend tax credit on shares they did not own, according to people familiar with an internal review. At the core of the issue are American Depositary Receipts, used by US investors as a proxy for trading foreign stocks.

  • Germany Doesn’t Need to Take a Deutsche Bank Stake, CDU Says
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Germany Doesn’t Need to Take a Deutsche Bank Stake, CDU Says

    “The argument for a ‘big bank’ can be discussed as a matter of economic policy, but it doesn’t justify the use of taxpayers’ money,” Michael Meister, a member of the Christian Democratic Union’s national leadership, said in an interview on Saturday. Scenarios that have been discussed in the Finance Ministry include one in which the German state would become Deutsche Bank’s biggest shareholder for about five years before merging the two banks, Focus magazine reported, without saying how it got the information.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    German finmin looking at Deutsche, Commerzbank merger scenarios - Focus

    The German government is ready to orchestrate a merger between Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) and Commerzbank (CBKG.DE) to ensure that Europe's largest economy has at least one lender capable of backing its companies abroad, Focus magazine reported. The finance ministry said it did not want to get involved in any speculation. Deutsche Bank declined to comment but referred to recent comments by CEO Christian Sewing dismissing persistent merger speculation.

  • Germany Willing to Merge Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank, Focus Says
    Bloomberg4 days ago

    Germany Willing to Merge Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank, Focus Says

    Various scenarios have been discussed, including one in which the German state would become Deutsche Bank’s largest shareholder for about five years before merging the two banks, Focus reported without saying how it got the information. Alternatively, Deutsche Bank could raise money from German industrial companies to buy Commerzbank. Another option discussed in the finance ministry has been creating a holding company that would own stakes in both banks, according to the report.

  • Barrons.com4 days ago

    Why It’s Time to Bail Out of Deutsche Bank

    The big German bank has a load of problems: scandals, poor performance, and an imminent restructuring. The stock has been hammered, but it’s still pricey. It’s time to sell.

  • Financial Times5 days ago

    [$$] Christian Sewing: Struggling to make Deutsche Bank seem dull

    Eight months into the job, Deutsche Bank’s chief executive Christian Sewing has failed to deliver on his big promise: to make Germany's largest lender more boring. Mr Sewing, however, seems to be taking this baptism of fire in his stride.

  • The Wall Street Journal5 days ago

    [$$] Deutsche Bank Defends Itself With Stock Near All-Time Low

    Deutsche Bank AG, its shares trading near all-time lows, sought Thursday to reassure investors about the German bank’s stability following a fresh wave of negative news, including a surprise raid on its Frankfurt headquarters last week. Finance chief James von Moltke said in a televised interview that Deutsche Bank experienced a “very muted client response” to last week’s raid by German authorities of Deutsche Bank offices in a money-laundering and tax-evasion probe. “To date, we’re not aware of any wrongdoing on our part,” Mr. von Moltke said in the interview Thursday with CNBC.

  • Deutsche Bank hit by new laundering report; shares slide again
    Reuters5 days ago

    Deutsche Bank hit by new laundering report; shares slide again

    Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) defended its record in fighting money laundering on Thursday after the Financial Times reported it had processed 31 billion euros ($35 billion) more in questionable funds for Danske Bank (DANSKE.CO) than previously thought. A Deutsche Bank spokesman declined to comment on the FT article. "We have continuously intensified our efforts over the past years against money laundering and tax evasion," Deutsche's Chief Financial Officer, James von Moltke, said in a statement.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Deutsche Bank hit by new laundering report; shares slide again

    Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) defended its record in fighting money laundering on Thursday after the Financial Times reported it had processed 31 billion euros ($35 billion) more in questionable funds for Danske Bank (DANSKE.CO) than previously thought. A Deutsche Bank spokesman declined to comment on the FT article. "We have continuously intensified our efforts over the past years against money laundering and tax evasion," Deutsche's Chief Financial Officer, James von Moltke, said in a statement.

  • CNBC5 days ago

    CNBC Interview with Deutsche Bank CFO, James von Moltke

    Below is the transcript of a CNBC Exclusive interview with Deutsche Bank CFO and CNBC's Annette Weisbach. AW: Let's first of all talk about the money laundering scandal which popped up last week, with a big raid here at the headquarters of Deutsche Bank. It relates to the Panama Papers, an issue that we'd understood had been fully addressed through previous investigations.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    Deutsche Bank not raising provisions tied to Danske, Panama - source

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) will not raise provisions in connection with an investigation into separate money laundering investigations related to the Panama Papers and Danske Bank (DANSKE.CO), ...

  • CNBC6 days ago

    Police raids were not the fault of Deutsche Bank management, CFO says

    Deutsche Bank offices were raided by German police last week. Prosecutors said the probe related to evidence found in the Panama Papers. Deutsche's CFO told CNBC Thursday that the current management was not to blame.

  • Financial Times6 days ago

    [$$] Deutsche Bank processed additional €31bn of funds for Danske 

    This means that in total, Deutsche Bank processed four-fifths of the €200bn Danske has identified as flowing through its Estonian branch from clients from Russia and other former Soviet countries. About 1m transactions were processed by Deutsche Bank over the eight-year period, according to the people. from authorities on both sides of the Atlantic on a number of fronts, from investigations stemming from the Panama Papers scandal, to an unresolved issue with US prosecutors over its own role in helping Russian clients to move large amounts of money out of the country.

  • Financial Times7 days ago

    [$$] Deutsche Bank shares fall to new all-time low

    Last Friday, as prosectors raided Deutsche’s offices for a second day, shares temporarily slid to €7.993 in intraday trading before recovering back above that level. Deutsche has said it is co-operating with the investigation. The decline comes amid a wider fall in Europe’s banking sector, with BNP Paribas, Société Générale, Commerzbank and Danske Bank all down 2 per cent on Wednesday morning.

  • Deutsche Bank Settles Frankfurt Cum-Ex Investigation
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    Deutsche Bank Settles Frankfurt Cum-Ex Investigation

    Deutsche Bank declined to comment on whether it settled. The prosecutor’s office confirmed that it ended parts of a cum-ex investigation in June that was related to raids in September 2015. The investigation is one of eight cum-ex probes currently handled by the agency.

  • Deutsche Bank Tightens Personal Trading Rules for Staff
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    Deutsche Bank Tightens Personal Trading Rules for Staff

    From next year, all trades in exchange-traded funds -- investments that track the performance of a large number of underlying assets -- will need to be cleared by an employee’s manager and compliance staff, regardless of their size, said the people. The rules are being brought into line with those for stock trades, the people said, asking not to be identified because they’re not authorized to talk about the matter. Most large financial firms have trading policies to minimize potential conflicts of interest and insider trading.

  • Benzinga7 days ago

    Pro: Citigroup Should Acquire Deutsche Bank

    German bank Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE: DB) saw its shares sink to a record low in reaction to nearly 200 law enforcement officials raiding its headquarters as part of a money laundering investigation. Deutsche Bank is at its core a capital markets and investment banking institution with a consumer-facing bank in Germany and across Europe, Whalen said during CNBC's "Worldwide Exchange" segment Monday.

  • What We Know About the Case Behind the Deutsche Bank Raids
    Bloomberg8 days ago

    What We Know About the Case Behind the Deutsche Bank Raids

    Last week, 170 law enforcement officials descended on the lender to raid it in connection with suspected money laundering. Frankfurt prosecutors, who are in charge of the investigation, allege that Deutsche Bank helped clients set up companies in tax havens, and that it failed to report evidence to authorities that clients used its accounts to transfer money from illicit sources. The allegations target the period from 2013 to 2018, according to a statement published by Deutsche Bank.

  • Financial Times8 days ago

    [$$] German criminal probe zeroes in on tiny unit sold by Deutsche Bank

    The business at the core of Deutsche Bank’s latest money laundering probe was tiny, barely profitable and earmarked for sale since early 2016, according to several people briefed on the matter.  More than ...

  • Investor reaction to negative news more severe than expec...
    CNBC Videos6 days ago

    Investor reaction to negative news more severe than expec...

    James von Moltke, the CFO of Deutsche Bank, discusses the lender’s performance as authorities investigate employees over money-laundering allegations.