Deutsche Bank AG (DB)

19.41
NYSE : Financial
Prev Close 19.78
Day Low/High 19.20 / 19.42
52 Wk Low/High 11.19 / 20.94
Avg Volume 7.02M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 1.38B
Market Cap 27.27B
EPS -5.50
P/E Ratio 21.98
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

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European Benchmarks Rise on Hawkish Yellen; Surge in Bank Stocks

European Benchmarks Rise on Hawkish Yellen; Surge in Bank Stocks

A hawkish tone from Janet Yellen in Washington sent European markets surging on Wednesday.

Banking Sector Surge Pushes European Stocks Higher

Banking Sector Surge Pushes European Stocks Higher

Stocks took heart from Janet Yellen's hawkish remarks to the Senate committee and more corporate earnings

Global Financial News: Investors Continue to Digest Fed Chair's Hawkish Comments

Global Financial News: Investors Continue to Digest Fed Chair's Hawkish Comments

Stocks took heart from Janet Yellen's hawkish remarks to the Senate committee.

Credit Agricole Leads European Banks Higher Following Solid Fourth Quarter

Credit Agricole Leads European Banks Higher Following Solid Fourth Quarter

Bank stocks led the charge across Europe after hawkish Janet Yellen comments.

Bank Stock Ideas From 13F Friends Old and New

Bank Stock Ideas From 13F Friends Old and New

'Steal' these selections from the filings of Jeffrey Gendell and M3F.

Jeff Sessions Confirmed as U.S. Attorney General

Jeff Sessions Confirmed as U.S. Attorney General

The Senate confirmed Jeff Sessions as U.S. Attorney General on Wednesday, bringing to a close what became one of the most contentious debates over President Trump's cabinet picks so far.

European Benchmarks Mixed as Financial Stocks Turn Red

European Benchmarks Mixed as Financial Stocks Turn Red

Weak banks weighed throughout Europe, but the U.K.'s mid-cap index set a new record.

RBS Upgraded at Deutsche as Outlook Brightens for European Financials

RBS Upgraded at Deutsche as Outlook Brightens for European Financials

European banks will probably continue to struggle with the loss of investment-banking clients to the U.S., according to New York-based Goldman Sachs.

China's Reserves Dip Below $3 Trillion, Showing a Fatal Flaw in Trump's Logic

China's Reserves Dip Below $3 Trillion, Showing a Fatal Flaw in Trump's Logic

China is spending its foreign reserves to support the yuan. Some economists say the country should just let its currency slide -- despite antagonism from U.S. President Donald Trump.

European Stocks Edge Higher, Currencies Slide on Political Uncertainty

European Stocks Edge Higher, Currencies Slide on Political Uncertainty

European stocks were mixed early Tuesday as political concerns linked to elections in France and Italy and disappointing economic data from Germany weighed on sentiment.

BNP Paribas Shares Lead Paris Lower After Fourth-Quarter Profit Miss

BNP Paribas Shares Lead Paris Lower After Fourth-Quarter Profit Miss

BNP Paribas posted a rise in fourth-quarter profit but missed analysts' forecast as low interest rates and a 'lackluster' trading environment held down earnings.

Iran, Oil, Solid U.S. Jobs Data Outweigh Chinese Rate Hike for European Stocks

Iran, Oil, Solid U.S. Jobs Data Outweigh Chinese Rate Hike for European Stocks

Benchmarks in Europe were broadly higher after new Iran sanctions boosted oil, while investors focus on corporate earnings and solid jobs data.

European Banks Gain Amid Reports of U.S. Dodd-Frank Rollback

European Banks Gain Amid Reports of U.S. Dodd-Frank Rollback

European bank stocks led markets higher Friday as investors reacted to reports that U.S. President Donald Trump will sign an executive order to roll back Dodd-Frank regulations.

European Stocks Shrug Off China Rate Increase, Await U.S. Payroll Data

European Stocks Shrug Off China Rate Increase, Await U.S. Payroll Data

European investors looked past weaker manufacturing data and a rate hike from China Friday, preferring to focus on a key jobs report from the U.S. later in the session.

Dow Declines as Worries Over White House Diplomacy Keep Wall Street on Edge

Dow Declines as Worries Over White House Diplomacy Keep Wall Street on Edge

Donald Trump was the center of the news cycle again on Thursday with a barrage of news from Washington, D.C., keeping Wall Street on edge.

Wall Street's Up and Down Day Mirrors Washington Rollercoaster

Wall Street's Up and Down Day Mirrors Washington Rollercoaster

Stocks see choppy trading on Thursday as Wall Street struggles for direction amid a barrage of news coming from Washington.

European Benchmarks Mixed as Investors React to Earnings Hits and Misses

European Benchmarks Mixed as Investors React to Earnings Hits and Misses

The DAX fell in Germany, Paris was flat and London rose on Thursday.

Midday Report: Deutsche Bank Sees Wider Loss; Politics Makes for Jittery Trading

Midday Report: Deutsche Bank Sees Wider Loss; Politics Makes for Jittery Trading

Investors appear hesitant over the unending barrage of news from Washington, D.C.

Stocks Inch Higher in Jittery Session as Trump News Continues to Dominate

Stocks Inch Higher in Jittery Session as Trump News Continues to Dominate

Stocks inch higher in trepidation over what unpredictable blow could next come from Washington, D.C.

Stock Futures Hold Lower After Sharp Drop in Unemployment Claims

Stock Futures Hold Lower After Sharp Drop in Unemployment Claims

Stock futures hold lower on Thursday despite a sharp drop in unemployment claims, a strong portent ahead of Friday's jobs report.

News Out of Europe: Reckitt Benckiser Confirms $16.7 Billion Mead Johnson Approach

News Out of Europe: Reckitt Benckiser Confirms $16.7 Billion Mead Johnson Approach

Here is a round-up of the headlines from Europe.

Deutsche Bank Posts Bigger-Than-Expected Fourth-Quarter Loss

Deutsche Bank Posts Bigger-Than-Expected Fourth-Quarter Loss

Deutsche Bank posted a bigger-than-expected fourth-quarter loss and lifted its litigation reserves.

5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Thursday

5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Thursday

U.S. stock futures decline while European and Asian shares trade mixed Thursday after the Federal Reserve makes no change on interest rates.

European Stocks Mixed Amid Busy Earnings Calendar; Dollar Falls to Mid-November Lows

European Stocks Mixed Amid Busy Earnings Calendar; Dollar Falls to Mid-November Lows

European stocks were mixed Thursday during a hectic session for corporate earnings that kept stocks active and largely avoided concerns over a sharp deterioration in the U.S. dollar.

Deutsche Bank Leads German Market Lower After Deeper Fourth-Quarter Loss

Deutsche Bank Leads German Market Lower After Deeper Fourth-Quarter Loss

Deutsche Bank shares were the biggest decliner in Germany Thursday after the bank posted a bigger-than-expected fourth-quarter loss and lifted its litigation reserves.

Deutsche Bank Posts $1.72 Billion Full-Year Net Loss, Builds Litigation Reserves

Deutsche Bank Posts $1.72 Billion Full-Year Net Loss, Builds Litigation Reserves

Deutsche Bank posted a bigger-than-expected fourth-quarter loss and lifted its litigation reserves after fines linked to U.S. mortgage bonds and Russian money laundering hammered the bank's bottom line.

European Benchmarks Push Higher, With Paris and Frankfurt Out in Front

European Benchmarks Push Higher, With Paris and Frankfurt Out in Front

Steady manufacturing data and company earnings helped investors to shake off the blues in Europe and to boost markets on Wednesday.

5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Tuesday

5 Things You Must Know Before the Market Opens Tuesday

U.S. stock futures point lower Tuesday on continued concerns over Donald Trump's travel ban.