|Day Low/High||18.15 / 18.48|
|52 Wk Low/High||11.19 / 24.92|
The European Central Bank cut and extended quantitative easing at the same time, while the Supreme Court battle drew to a close in the U.K.
The stock's relative strength looks awfully good -- the best since mid-2015.
Europoean stocks are set to gain again Thursday ahead of a key ECB policy meeting later in Frankfurt.
Deutsche Bank shares have gained more than 17% in the past three days.
Reports of a state bailout for Monte dei Paschi and hopes of continued ECB easing lift European stocks.
The setup on the weekly chart is the best I have seen for DB in 2 years.
U.S. stock futures rise following another record close for the Dow Jones Industrial Average; Pfizer is fined $107 million for hiking the price of an epilepsy drug.
The goal right now is to find the themes that are working and stick with them.
European markets are trading higher as investors bet on a bank rescue plan in Italy.
Germany's benchmark stock index hit a 52-week high Wednesday as banks powered gains on hopes of a rescue for failing Italian lender Banca Monte dei Paschi di Sienna.
Fading risks emanating from Italy boosted investor sentiment for a second day.
Some of the biggest gainers on the S&P since the election of Donald Trump include Bank of America, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo.
Deutsche Bank rises more than 7% in Frankfurt as European banks book solid gains.
Here's a technical look on how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market today.
German DAX leads the way back up after Italy induced selloff in the morning hours as autos and banks rally.
European stocks fell again Thursday as investors shifted focus to the latest global bond market selloff amid sharp oil price increases.
Deutsche Bank outperformed European lenders Thursday as investors bet on softer regulation from the new U.S. Treasury Secretary.
A production cut pushes beleaguered producers and services firms higher.
Investors begin to fret over the outcome of Italy's referendum on Dec. 4.
Jim Cramer ponders how this market simply can't stay down and also discusses how it isn't too late to get in.
Capital and litigation concerns will continue to weigh on the German bank, while Paris-based Natixis remains a beneficiary of a stronger dollar, the analysts say.
European stocks ended Wednesday in the red, despite solid regional data, as the U.S. rally paused ahead of Thanksgiving holidays.
European stocks are trading cautiously at the open ahead of a key budget statement from U.K. Finance Minister Philip Hammond.
The European Commission has recommend new rules for EU and foreign lenders that could lead to new capital raising.