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10.550 0.000    0.00%
27/09 - Closed. Currency in EUR ( Disclaimer )
Type: Equity
Market: Germany
ISIN: DE0005140008 
WKN: 514000

  • Prev. Close: 10.550
  • Open: 10.700
  • Day's Range: 10.180 - 10.760
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Deutsche Bank AG 10.550 0.000 0.00%

DBKGn Analysis

 
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iFOREX Daily Analysis : September 27, 2016 By iFOREX - 20 hours ago

The dollar remained broadly lower against most major currencies on Monday, despite data that showed U.S. new home sales fell less than expected last month and as the Federal Reserve’s latest ...

AvaTrade
Market Update – 27-09-2016 By AvaTrade - 21 hours ago

Currencies EUR/USD – continued to move higher to reach the highest level in 2 weeks as also the German data supported a stronger EUR. Data out of the US was also better than expected and this ...

Marvin Clark
Markets Tumble Ahead Of Tonight’s Showdown By Marvin Clark - Sep 26, 2016

U.S. equities finished the first session of the week lower following a broad-based decline overseas, as investors await the Presidential debate and after capital concerns swirled around Deutsche Bank....

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Latest DBKGn Comments

M Kumar
M Kumar 2 hours ago
'single digit' coming soon
Christian Tønnesen
Christian Tønnesen 15 hours ago
This is looking REALLY scary
Flemming Walentin Tønnesen
Flemming Walentin Tønnesen Sep 26, 2016 2:46PM GMT
How can you bailout 73 trillion €
Anders Long Longterm
Anders Long Longterm Sep 26, 2016 3:40PM GMT
They will not "bail out" the whole of DBK, that's impossible. They will re-structure and re-capitalize parts that have a chance to make it. In any case a "bail-out" will get *****and will bring other aspects of the world economy to its kees.
Quadra Four
Quadra Four 21 hours ago
its 42 trillion but still large
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