DB - Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
9.05
-0.21 (-2.27%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

8.92 -0.13 (-1.44%)
Pre-Market: 5:21AM EDT

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Previous Close8.91
Open9.11
Bid8.93 x 800
Ask8.94 x 3100
Day's Range9.01 - 9.13
52 Week Range7.62 - 14.97
Volume5,657,407
Avg. Volume5,374,920
Market Cap18.617B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.21
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-1.12
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-05-19
1y Target Est7.48
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Deutsche Bank’s relationship with Trump
    Yahoo Finance Video15 hours ago

    Deutsche Bank’s relationship with Trump

    Deutsche Bank loaned more than $2 billion dollars to Donald Trump before he became president, according to The New York Times. This report comes after Germany's two Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank confirmed merger talks over the weekend. Yahoo Finance's Melody Hahm, Rick Newman, Myles Udland, and Heidi Chung discuss.

  • Brexit deadline looms; Trump & Deutsche Bank
    Yahoo Finance Video17 hours ago

    Brexit deadline looms; Trump & Deutsche Bank

    Yahoo Finance's Alanna Petroff reports on the latest with the Brexit news. She also explains to YF's Adam Shapiro and Julie Hyman why Donald Trump's relationship with Deutsche Bank is in the headlines.

  • INTERVIEW: Newly-Listed Target Hospitality CFO Explains Key to Successful SPAC
    IPO-Edge.com13 hours ago

    INTERVIEW: Newly-Listed Target Hospitality CFO Explains Key to Successful SPAC

    Target Hospitality Began Trading Monday on Nasdaq What’s the key to listing through a SPAC, or blank-check company? We asked Target Hospitality CFO Andy Aberdale following the formal re-listing of the company (Nasdaq ticker: TH) after the merger of Target Lodging, Signor Lodging, and Platinum Eagle Acquisition Corp. The latter was a SPAC that raised […]

  • Reuters16 hours ago

    Deutsche Bank appoints co-head of Asia Pacific execution services

    (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank said on Tuesday it has appointed Don Lee as co-head of its Asia-Pacific execution services unit. As co-head, he will partner with Hani Shalabi and report to the head of equities ...

  • Bloomberg17 hours ago

    President Trump Has Some Stories to Tell About Deutsche Bank

    Trump lost the suit in 2011. During the course of the litigation, my lawyers got their hands on an assessment of Trump’s wealth that German banking giant Deutsche Bank AG had pulled together in 2004. Deutsche figured Trump had a net worth of about $788 million, even though he told them he was worth $3 billion.

  • New York Times story about Deutsche Bank’s relationship with Trump offers window into what Congress may ask
    MarketWatch18 hours ago

    New York Times story about Deutsche Bank’s relationship with Trump offers window into what Congress may ask

    A New York Times article on President Donald Trump’s relationship with Deutsche Bank may offer a window into the questions lawmakers want his former personal banker to answer.

  • Merkel: Bankers Must Decide on Deutsche-Commerzbank Merger
    Bloomberg20 hours ago

    Merkel: Bankers Must Decide on Deutsche-Commerzbank Merger

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel said it’s up to Deutsche Bank AG and Commerzbank AG executives to decide if their historic merger plans make sense, exposing divisions in her coalition over a deal that threatens as many as 30,000 jobs. The plan to combine Germany’s two biggest lenders is a private business matter, Merkel said at the Global Solutions summit in Berlin Tuesday, after the lenders announced talks on a deal that could transform the country’s banking landscape.

  • Deutsche Bank-Commerzbank Talks Set to Focus on Job Cuts, Bonds
    Bloomberg21 hours ago

    Deutsche Bank-Commerzbank Talks Set to Focus on Job Cuts, Bonds

    With talks expected to last at least four weeks, there’s a mountain of thorny detail to work through. Cost cuts -- and where to make them -- and balance sheet risks are set to take a central role, people with knowledge of the matter said, asking not to be identified because talks are private. Savings of that magnitude may also be achievable for Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank, people close to the talks said.

  • Bloomberg21 hours ago

    Deutsche Bank Said to Work With Citi on Commerzbank Deal

    Citigroup has received a formal mandate to advise Germany’s largest bank on the deal with its closest rival, the people said, asking not to be identified discussing private information. Deutsche Bank is also working with the law firm Freshfields, they said. Rothschild & Co. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. are advising Commerzbank, Bloomberg reported on Monday after the two banks officially announced merger talks over the weekend.

  • Bloombergyesterday

    What Should Deutsche Bank Pay for Commerzbank?

    Any tie-up between the two would have to be structured as a takeover by the larger Deutsche Bank – implying the need to pay a premium. The difficulty is that neither Commerzbank’s standalone valuation nor the appropriate top-up is clear. Analysts’ price targets for Commerzbank vary from 5.16 euros ($5.86) to 12.50 euros a share and there’s no consensus about how much additional capital the combined lender would need to raise.

  • InvestorPlaceyesterday

    Can General Mills Beat the Odds Again With Wednesday’s Earnings Report?

    General Mills (NASDAQ:GIS) reports its third-quarter 2019 earnings tomorrow after the markets close. The beleaguered packaged foods company has beaten analyst estimates in three out of the last four quarters. As a result, GIS stock is up 23% year to date through March 15 compared to a 13% gain by the S&P 500 index. So, the big question is whether General Mills can deliver another better-than-expected quarter?Here are three reasons why it just might come through.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips Estimate for Q3 2019According to Zacks, General Mills is expected to deliver $4.18 billion in revenue in the third quarter, 7.6% higher than a year earlier; bottom-line earnings of 69 cents a share is the consensus, 12.7% lower than Q3 2018. * 15 Stocks That May Be Hurt by This Year's Big IPOs In last year's Q3 General Mills had been expected by analysts to deliver $3.78 billion in revenue and 78 cents in earnings. Sales came $100 million higher and profits that were a penny better than expected. In Q2 2019, General Mills had EPS of 85 cents, four cents higher than analyst expectations. The company's riding an earnings hot streak and it's reasonable to expect it to beat the odds again. The Positive Aspect of Its BusinessTwo years ago, I wrote that Blue Buffalo was one of the best stocks to buy for the next decade. My reasoning centered on the premise that people would continue to spend more on healthy foods, both for themselves and their pets. Growing its revenues at a healthy pace, the pet foods maker was a natural stock to own. General Mills wisely acquired Blue Buffalo for $8 billion in February 2018, paying a 23% premium. That was a bargain, if you ask me. "The addition of BLUE to our family of well-loved brands provides General Mills with the leading position in the large and growing Wholesome Natural pet food category and represents a significant milestone as we reshape our portfolio to drive additional growth and value creation for our shareholders," explained General Mills chairman and CEO Jeff Harmening in announcing the deal a year ago. As anyone who follows packaged goods knows, the cereal category is anything but healthy. The acquisition of Blue Buffalo gave General Mills' overall business a much needed shot in the arm. However, that hasn't been reflected in the GIS stock price, which is down 10% since the acquisition was announced. It Might Have Overpaid In the Short TermSome felt that General Mills overpaid for Blue Buffalo, paying 6.3 times sales, more than double the 2.5x sales that J.M. Smucker (NYSE:SJM) paid for Big Heart Pet Brands (Meow Mix, Milkbone, etc.) in 2015. I understand that sentiment. I'm generally not a fan of big acquisitions because they typically don't generate the synergies and savings projected nor do they provide the expected growth, either. However, in the case of General Mills, it had to do something because its cereal business was imploding, losing almost 3% growth in revenue over five years. Investors were avoiding GIS stock as a result. Now, it's got some momentum, and analysts are warming to General Mills stock. Deutsche Bank (NYSE:DB) analyst Rob Dickerson recently upgraded GIS to a buy and increased his 12-month target price by 26% to $54, 14% higher than where it's currently trading.Dickerson believes that investors aren't appropriately valuing Blue Buffalo given the growth it's delivering to General Mills' overall business. The company's introduced Blue Buffalo to Walmart (NYSE:WMT) and the brand's been well received by customers, giving the pet food manufacturer an additional revenue stream beyond pet specialty stores, etc. * 7 Winning High-Yield Dividend Stocks With Payouts Over 5% "Given we've watched base momentum stabilize and have better perspective on Blue Buffalo, we finally upgrade the shares to a buy, driven by an overly discounted valuation vis-a-vis go-forward growth potential relative to peers," Dickerson wrote in a note to clients on March 14. I couldn't have said it any better myself. Bottom Line on GIS StockBlue Buffalo is the real deal, and it's a big reason investors should consider adding GIS stock for their portfolios. Unless General Mills' earnings show further deterioration in its core business -- Cheerios, Haagen-Dazs, Pillsbury, Nature Valley, etc. -- or Blue Buffalo falters in some way, I don't think a 12% decline in earnings is anything to worry over.Sometimes, you have to take one step back to go two steps forward. Come Wednesday; I expect GIS to do just that. At the time of this writing Will Ashworth did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 5 of the Best Stocks to Buy Under $10 * 7 Single-Digit P/E Stocks With Massive Upside * 7 Best Quantum Computing Stocks Trading Today Compare Brokers The post Can General Mills Beat the Odds Again With Wednesday's Earnings Report? appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • CNBCyesterday

    Germany is forcing a marriage that may not work

    Germany seems to be obsessed with the idea of creating a national banking champion. Is it a way of standing up to US banks? Or reaffirming Germany's dominance as the biggest European economy?

  • Bloombergyesterday

    Germany Makes Its Big Bank Problem Even Bigger

    The people who oversee Europe’s financial system had better be ready for the consequences if this doesn’t end well. The Frankfurt-based Deutsche Bank is in talks to merge with crosstown rival Commerzbank — a move that Germany’s finance ministry has favored for months. The deal is a short-term answer to a politically fraught question — what to do about a struggling and systemically important institution.

  • CNBCyesterday

    Deutsche Bank loaned more than $2 billion to Trump over two decades: NYT

    Deutsche Bank loaned money to Donald Trump before he became the U.S. president despite multiple red flags, The New York Times reported.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Top Wall Street banks working on Deutsche-Commerzbank merger: sources

    Goldman Sachs and Citi are helping Germany's two biggest lenders work on their potential $28 billion-plus merger, people close to the matter said on Monday. Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank confirmed on Sunday they are in tie-up talks following months of pressure from Berlin, which has pushed for a deal amid concerns about the health of Deutsche Bank. Commerzbank is working with Goldman Sachs and Rothschild, as well as with law firm Hengeler Mueller, people close to the matter said on Monday.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Deutsche, Commerzbank talks private commercial decision: SPD leader

    Merger talks between Deutsche Bank and its smaller rival Commerzbank are a private commercial decision, the leader of the German centre-left SPD party, Andrea Nahles, said on Monday.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Deutsche merger move takes European stocks rally to fourth day

    Also caught in the merger wave was German insurer Allianz, which Bloomberg reported was exploring combining its asset management business with DWS, mostly owned by Deutsche Bank. European payments companies Worldline, Ingenico and Wirecard rose after U.S. fintech group Fidelity National Information Services agreed to buy Worldpay for about $35 billion. The European Central Bank changed its own direction on policy this month, pushing out the timing of its first post-crisis rate hike until 2020 at the earliest and offering banks a new round of cheap loans to help revive the euro zone economy.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Top Wall Street banks working on Deutsche-Commerzbank merger - sources

    Goldman Sachs and Citi are helping Germany's two biggest lenders work on their potential $28 billion-plus merger, people close to the matter said on Monday. Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank confirmed on Sunday they are in tie-up talks following months of pressure from Berlin, which has pushed for a deal amid concerns about the health of Deutsche Bank. Commerzbank is working with Goldman Sachs and Rothschild, as well as with law firm Hengeler Mueller, people close to the matter said on Monday.

  • Deutsche Bank merger talks with Commerzbank raise job fears, lift shares
    Reuters2 days ago

    Deutsche Bank merger talks with Commerzbank raise job fears, lift shares

    BERLIN/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank faced concerns from workers unions, Chancellor Angela Merkel's office and top shareholders on Monday after confirming merger talks. The concerns underline the obstacles to combining the banks, which confirmed talks about a tie-up on Sunday following months of pressure from Berlin, which has pushed for a deal amid concerns about the health of Deutsche Bank, which has struggled to sustain profits since the 2008 financial crisis. Together the two banks employ 140,000 people worldwide, 91,700 at Deutsche and 49,000 at Commerzbank and a merged bank would have one fifth of the German retail banking market.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Commerzbank wants clarity on merger in 2-3 weeks - sources

    Commerzbank management wants to decide on whether to go ahead with a potential merger with Deutsche Bank in the next 2 to 3 weeks, two sources with knowledge of the matter said on Monday. Commerzbank declined to comment. Handelsblatt first reported the development.

  • Deutsche Bank's DWS Soars Most on Record on Allianz Interest
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Deutsche Bank's DWS Soars Most on Record on Allianz Interest

    Allianz’s deliberations are at an early stage and may not lead to any formal talks or agreement, the people said. DWS soared as much as 14 percent in Frankfurt and was trading 6.6 percent higher at 29.79 euros as of 3:15 p.m. The stock is up 27 percent this year.

  • Glory Days to Job Cuts: Deutsche Bank-Commerzbank Over 150 Years
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Glory Days to Job Cuts: Deutsche Bank-Commerzbank Over 150 Years

    The lenders -- both based in Frankfurt and 150 next year -- were set up to support German companies trading around Europe and beyond. A group of merchants and bankers in Hamburg have a similar goal when they found Commerz- und Disconto-Bank. 1914German newspaper “Frankfurter Zeitung” reports that Deutsche Bank is the world’s biggest bank.

  • German Bank Merger May Stumble Over Job Cuts
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    German Bank Merger May Stumble Over Job Cuts

    Economy Minister Peter Altmaier and Finance Minister Olaf Scholz are eager to see a banking national champion emerge to support a new, muscular industrial policy that seeks to ensure German and European companies are competitive against their Chinese and U.S. rivals. Bloomberg News reports that Scholz, a Social Democrat, has agreed not to oppose the cuts – but his center-left party, now fighting for survival after devastating election losses, is unlikely to take kindly to an employment bloodbath that already has key labor unions up in arms. Nothing in the recent behavior of Deutsche Bank or Commerzbank’s managers betrays a ruthless ability to cut jobs, even though both firms badly need to do so if they are to reduce their excessive costs.