The Deutsche Bank AG (DBK) Given a €15.50 Price Target at Macquarie

The Deutsche Bank AG (DBK) Given a €15.50 Price Target at Macquarie

Macquarie set a €15.50 ($16.49) price objective on Deutsche Bank AG (FRA:DBK) in a research report released on Friday morning. The firm currently has a sell rating on the stock.

Several other research firms have also commented on DBK. J P Morgan Chase & Co set a €14.00 ($14.89) target price on Deutsche Bank AG and gave the company a neutral rating in a report on Friday, September 30th. S&P Global Inc. set a €10.00 ($10.64) target price on Deutsche Bank AG and gave the company a sell rating in a report on Wednesday, September 28th. BNP Paribas set a €10.00 ($10.64) target price on Deutsche Bank AG and gave the company a sell rating in a report on Wednesday, September 28th. Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (The) set a €14.20 ($15.11) target price on Deutsche Bank AG and gave the company a neutral rating in a report on Wednesday, September 28th. Finally, Citigroup Inc. set a €13.00 ($13.83) target price on Deutsche Bank AG and gave the company a neutral rating in a report on Tuesday, September 27th. Ten analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, eleven have assigned a hold rating and four have assigned a buy rating to the company’s stock. Deutsche Bank AG currently has a consensus rating of Hold and a consensus price target of €15.57 ($16.56).

Deutsche Bank AG (FRA:DBK) opened at 17.489 on Friday. The stock’s market cap is €24.11 billion. The firm’s 50 day moving average price is €17.34 and its 200-day moving average price is €13.91. Deutsche Bank AG has a 1-year low of €9.91 and a 1-year high of €18.82.

Deutsche Bank AG Company Profile

Deutsche Bank AG is a Germany-based global investment bank. The Company diversifies its activities into three group divisions: Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB); Private Clients and Asset Management (PCAM), and Corporate Investments (CI). The Corporate & Investment Bank group division comprises corporate banking and securities activities and is divided into Corporate Banking & Securities (CB&S), comprising Markets and Corporate Finance businesses, and Global Transaction Banking (GTB) corporate divisions.

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