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Deutsche Bank AG NA O.N. (DBKGn)

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12.690 +0.295    +2.38%
10:20:36 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in EUR ( Disclaimer )
Type: Equity
Market: Germany
ISIN: DE0005140008 
WKN: 514000

  • Prev. Close: 12.395
  • Open: 12.300
  • Day's Range: 12.210 - 12.720
Deutsche Bank AG 12.690 +0.295 +2.38%
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DBKGn Cash Flow Statement

Period Ending: 2016
Period Length: 3 Months 12 Months 9 Months 6 Months
Net Income/Starting Line 236 -6772 -4647 1377
Cash From Operating Activities 16503 67252 47952 3873
Depreciation/Depletion 509 8908 8319 372
Amortization - - - -
Deferred Taxes 116 -987 144 481
Non-Cash Items 105 2 -541 -386
Cash Receipts - - - -
Cash Payments - - - -
Cash Taxes Paid 422 902 761 428
Cash Interest Paid 2206 10608 8438 5631
Changes in Working Capital 15537 66101 44677 2029
Cash From Investing Activities -1489 -8242 -5545 -6422
Capital Expenditures -110 -432 -311 -211
Other Investing Cash Flow Items, Total -1379 -7810 -5234 -6211
Cash From Financing Activities -1134 -5583 98 -3726
Financing Cash Flow Items -4 -296 -269 -238
Total Cash Dividends Paid - -1034 -1034 -1034
Issuance (Retirement) of Stock, Net -263 -861 -772 -235
Issuance (Retirement) of Debt, Net -867 -3392 2173 -2219
Foreign Exchange Effects -307 94 2841 2871
Net Change in Cash 13573 53521 45346 -3404
* In Millions of EUR (except for per share items)

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Christian Tønnesen
Christian Tønnesen Aug 18, 2016 7:32AM GMT
NExt leap Down may head us into single digits. Then we will see the real collapse. Enjoy, make your popcorn.
Anders Long Longterm
Anders Long Longterm Aug 10, 2016 11:57AM GMT
Someone is inflating this rubbish
Silky Trader
Silky Trader Aug 12, 2016 6:19PM GMT
it has been deflating 10 years... it was about time to reverse the trend...
Anders Long Longterm
Anders Long Longterm Aug 19, 2016 2:34PM GMT
I meant someone was propping it up. An insolvent bank is worthless the second it has no systemic support. But I guess they have so many other banks and nations by their b alls that there is a lot of interest making this c orpse look alive.
Silky Trader
Silky Trader 16 hours ago
yes exactly :)
Silky Trader
Silky Trader Aug 09, 2016 7:25PM GMT
increased with 1000 more shares :) great oppourtunity
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