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Previous Close32.22
Open32.20
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 1800
Day's Range32.20 - 33.25
52 Week Range28.14 - 33.66
Volume2,136
Avg. Volume852
Net Assets32.07M
NAV33.40
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield0.00%
YTD Return11.30%
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.09
Expense Ratio (net)0.75%
Inception Date2007-10-17
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  • Rumors swirl about Deutsche Bank merging with another bank
    Yahoo Finance Video21 days ago

    Rumors swirl about Deutsche Bank merging with another bank

    Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Alanna Petroff breakdown the overseas markets action.

  • Citi and Deutsche Bank Units Face Court Over Cartel Case
    Zacks8 days ago

    Citi and Deutsche Bank Units Face Court Over Cartel Case

    If Citigroup (C) and Deutsche Bank (DB) are proven guilty of the allegations of criminal cartel conduct, their financials and reputation might face a major setback.

  • Citigroup, Deutsche Bank face Australian court in landmark cartel case
    Reuters8 days ago

    Citigroup, Deutsche Bank face Australian court in landmark cartel case

    The Australian units of Citigroup and Deutsche Bank faced court in Sydney on Tuesday accused of criminal cartel conduct over a A$3 billion (1.6 billion pounds) stock issue, in a landmark case being watched around the world. Australian authorities filed criminal charges in June against the two subsidiaries as well as Australia and New Zealand Banking Group and six senior bankers over the sale of ANZ shares in 2015, and subsequent trading by the underwriters. The government accuses the banks of forming a criminal cartel to either "directly or indirectly" restrict the supply of ANZ shares or maintain the price of ANZ shares, according to court documents.

  • Bloomberg12 days ago

    Enough About Us: Deutsche Traders Want to Focus on Bank Misdeeds

    Matthew Connolly and Gavin Black want to shift the focus to Deutsche Bank at their trial on allegations they conspired to rig the benchmark. “This is not the only investigation they are involved in,” Black’s attorney, Seth Levine, told U.S. District Judge Colleen McMahon earlier this week when jurors weren’t present.

  • Financial Times14 days ago

    [$$] Deutsche Bank hires Oliver Wyman consultancy to help pass US stress test

    has hired Oliver Wyman to help it pass next year’s crucial US stress test, as the German lender seeks to recover from its failure in June and convince the Federal Reserve it is no longer a “troubled” institution. Deutsche invited pitches from consultants after realising it did not have the internal capacity to provide the volume of information demanded by the Fed, which can run to more than 3bn separate lines of data going back 15 years, one of the people said.

  • Third Avenue Value Fund Buys 6 Stocks in 3rd Quarter
    GuruFocus.com14 days ago

    Third Avenue Value Fund Buys 6 Stocks in 3rd Quarter

    Fund formerly managed by Martin Whitman reports portfolio

  • Deutsche Bank's CFO Expects 3Q Earnings to Meet Expectations
    Zacks20 days ago

    Deutsche Bank's CFO Expects 3Q Earnings to Meet Expectations

    Deutsche Bank (DB) expects to report higher-than-expected costs in Q3. Yet, the company is focused on improving its financials by trimming expenses and cutting back on unprofitable businesses.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Deutsche Bank dismisses merger reports as 'fictions'

    Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) has dismissed speculation that it might seek a merger as "fictions", after media reports suggested Germany's biggest lender might seek tie ups with Switzerland's UBS or German peer Commerzbank. Speculation about a possible merger has increased as Deutsche Bank battles to recover from three years of losses. German business daily Handelsblatt reported on Tuesday that Germany's biggest bank had studied the effects of a theoretical tie-up with UBS (UBSG.S), citing unnamed sources.

  • Deutsche Bank dismisses merger reports as 'fictions'
    Reuters21 days ago

    Deutsche Bank dismisses merger reports as 'fictions'

    Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) has dismissed speculation that it might seek a merger as "fictions", after media reports suggested Germany's biggest lender might seek tie ups with Switzerland's UBS or German peer Commerzbank. Speculation about a possible merger has increased as Deutsche Bank battles to recover from three years of losses. German business daily Handelsblatt reported on Tuesday that Germany's biggest bank had studied the effects of a theoretical tie-up with UBS (UBSG.S), citing unnamed sources.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Deutsche Bank comfortable with consensus forecasts - CFO

    Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) is comfortable with consensus forecasts for the third quarter, the lender's finance chief said on Wednesday, as he played down speculation of a possible merger. Speaking at a financial conference in London, Chief Financial Officer James von Moltke said the bank was "broadly comfortable" with the views of analysts of its income before income tax (IBIT). The consensus forecast for IBIT on Deutsche Bank's website is 327 million euros (£292 million) on a reported basis and 677 million euros on an adjusted basis.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Deutsche Bank CEO welcomes new political tone that supports banks

    DUESSELDORF, Germany (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank's (DBKGn.DE) chief executive on Wednesday said he welcomed the German government's support for the nation's financial sector. Christian Sewing, the bank's ...

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Deutsche Bank comfortable with consensus forecasts: CFO

    Deutsche Bank is comfortable with consensus forecasts for the third quarter, the lender's finance chief said on Wednesday, as he played down speculation of a possible merger. Speaking at a financial conference in London, Chief Financial Officer said the bank was "broadly comfortable" with the views of analysts of its income before income tax (IBIT). The consensus forecast for IBIT on Deutsche Bank's website is 327 million euros ($384.8 million) on a reported basis and 677 million euros on an adjusted basis.

  • Deutsche Bank Expects Quarterly Profit to Meet Expectations
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    Deutsche Bank Expects Quarterly Profit to Meet Expectations

    Deutsche Bank AG’s third-quarter earnings may be a mixed bag, Chief Financial Officer James von Moltke suggested Wednesday. While the bank expects its pretax profit to be broadly in line with a consensus forecast of 327 million euros ($385 million), its adjusted costs will exceed the estimate, Moltke said at an investor conference hosted by Bank of America Merrill Lynch in London. Deutsche Bank, which long sought to compete with top Wall Street investment banks, is fighting to regain the confidence of investors and clients with a fourth strategic overhaul in three years.

  • Deutsche Bank to Improve Anti-Money Laundering Processes
    Zacks22 days ago

    Deutsche Bank to Improve Anti-Money Laundering Processes

    Deutsche Bank's (DB) involvement in legal issues continues to hamper top-line growth and affect its reputation.

  • CNBC22 days ago

    German watchdog asks Deutsche Bank to take actions to prevent money laundering

    BaFin, the German financial watchdog, has announced the appointment of a special advisor to oversee whether Deutsche Bank takes effective measures to stop illegal money transfers. Deutsche Bank's share price is down about 35 percent since the start of the year. German regulators have ordered Deutsche Bank DBK-DE to take internal actions to prevent money laundering, a few weeks after a scandal erupted in Danske Bank.

  • The Wall Street Journal22 days ago

    [$$] Deutsche Bank’s German Regulators Show Impatience With Money-Laundering Controls

    Germany’s financial watchdog ordered Deutsche Bank AG to bolster its controls to prevent money laundering in a public reprimand Monday that comes amid a growing focus on European lenders’ progress policing financial crime. The BaFin, or Federal Financial Supervisory Authority, cited Germany’s federal money-laundering and banking acts in assigning Deutsche Bank an internal monitor as part of the order, which took effect Sep. 21. The regulator provided little detail in demanding “measures to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing,” in a notice on its website.

  • Deutsche Bank CEO Opens Door to Deals After Profit Gain
    Bloomberg23 days ago

    Deutsche Bank CEO Opens Door to Deals After Profit Gain

    Deutsche Bank AG is open to a merger once the lender has boosted its profitability over the next 18 months, Chief Executive Officer Christian Sewing said. “We have a very clear plan to remain a global bank, but we have to work on profitability now,” Sewing said Monday at an event in Berlin. “If that happens, we can talk about other things,” he said in response to a question about a possible deal with Commerzbank AG.

  • Reuters23 days ago

    Deutsche Bank CEO plays down talk of possible merger

    BERLIN (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank's (DBKGn.DE) chief executive on Monday dampened speculation of a possible merger, saying the bank must focus on its homework for the time being. CEO Christian Sewing said ...

  • Associated Press23 days ago

    Deutsche Bank ordered to install money laundering monitor

    FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Germany's financial regulator has ordered Deutsche Bank to install a special monitor to oversee the implementation of safeguards against money laundering.

  • Reuters23 days ago

    Deutsche Bank ordered to do more to prevent money laundering

    Germany's financial watchdog has ordered Deutsche Bank to do more to prevent money laundering and "terrorist financing," and has appointed a third party to assess progress. BaFin said on Monday this was the first time it had made such an appointment at a bank related to money laundering. European regulators are stepping up their scrutiny of banks' dealings with their customers following a series of scandals.

  • Reuters23 days ago

    Deutsche Bank ordered to do more to prevent money laundering

    Germany's financial watchdog has ordered Deutsche Bank to do more to prevent money laundering and "terrorist financing," and has appointed a third party to assess progress. BaFin said on Monday this was the first time it had made such an appointment at a bank related to money laundering. The head of Danske Bank resigned last week after Denmark's biggest bank said an investigation had shown that many of the 200 billion euros ($236 billion) of payments through its small Estonian branch were suspicious.

  • Deutsche Bank Ordered to Take Action to Prevent Money Laundering
    Bloomberg23 days ago

    Deutsche Bank Ordered to Take Action to Prevent Money Laundering

    Three years ago, Deutsche Bank AG pledged to improve internal controls to avoid a repeat of fines that had eroded earnings and damaged trust. In the latest reprimand, the German markets regulator on Monday said it ordered Deutsche Bank to improve money-laundering and terrorism-financing controls, and took the unprecedented step of appointing a monitor to oversee the efforts. The move is a reminder of the scale of the challenges Deutsche Bank faces in improving compliance and oversight of its businesses after spending some $17 billion on fines for misconduct and to resolve other legal claims over the past decade.

  • Germany Said to Favor Deutsche Bank Merger With Commerzbank
    Bloomberg26 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
    Bloomberg27 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.