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Deutsche Bank AG (DBKGn.DE)

DBKGn.DE on Xetra

10.81EUR
18 May 2018
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€-0.21 (-1.94%)
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Deutsche Bank AG is a bank and holding company for its subsidiaries. The Company offers a range of investment, financial and related products and services to private individuals, corporate entities and institutional clients. It operates through six divisions: Global Markets, which offers financial products, including trading and... (more)

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3.33 Mean rating from 30 analysts

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Beta: 1.32
Market Cap(Mil.): €30,422.90
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 2,066.77
Dividend: 0.11
Yield (%): 1.29
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Exclusive: Sanctions-hit Vekselberg repays 1 billion Swiss franc credits to Western banks

(This May 19 story corrects figure in ninth paragraph to 720 million Swiss franc (not 750 million Swiss franc)

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-EXCLUSIVE-Sanctions-hit Vekselberg repays 1 bln Sfr credits to Western banks

ZURICH/MOSCOW, May 19 Sanctions-hit Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselberg and his Renova Group have repaid loans amounting to over one billion Swiss francs ($1 billion) to banks including JPMorgan, Credit Suisse and UBS , Renova and a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Saturday.

REFILE-EXCLUSIVE-Sanctions-hit Vekselberg repays 1 bln Sfr credits to Western banks - sources

ZURICH, May 19 Sanctions-hit Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselberg has repaid loans amounting to over one billion Swiss francs ($1 billion) to banks including Credit Suisse and UBS, two sources told Reuters on Saturday.

EXCLUSIVE-Founder of Dubai-based Abraaj faces investor revolt-sources

DUBAI, May 18 Arif Naqvi, the founder of one of the Middle East's biggest private equity firms, Abraaj, is facing calls from investors to further scale back his involvement in the group amid a row over misuse of funds, two people with knowledge of the matter said.

Factbox - Impact on banks from Britain's vote to leave the EU

Thousands of banking jobs could move out of Britain as finance companies look to set up regulated subsidiaries in European Union countries to be able to sell products across the bloc once Britain leaves in 2019.

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Ex-Barclays trader tells court being a bank VP is like working at McDonald's

LONDON A former Barclays trader on trial in London on charges he conspired to rig Euribor interest rates said on Thursday he was no more senior at the bank than people who served burgers at fast-food chain McDonald's.

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Ex-Barclays trader tells court being a bank VP is like working at McDonald's

LONDON A former Barclays trader on trial in London on charges he conspired to rig Euribor interest rates said on Thursday he was no more senior at the bank than people who served burgers at fast-food chain McDonald's.

Ex-Barclays trader tells court being a bank VP is like working at McDonald's

LONDON, May 17 A former Barclays trader on trial in London on charges he conspired to rig Euribor interest rates said on Thursday he was no more senior at the bank than people who served burgers at fast-food chain McDonald's.

FACTBOX-Impact on banks from Britain's vote to leave the EU

May 17 Thousands of banking jobs could move out of Britain as finance companies look to set up regulated subsidiaries in European Union countries to be able to sell products across the bloc once Britain leaves in 2019.

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