Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft (NYSE:DB) is taking steps to dismantle a pillar of its Wall Street investment bank. The troubled German lender has had discussions with Citigroup Inc., BNP Paribas SA and others that could involve transferring parts of its once-prized equities business, including operations that serve hedge funds and other big trading customers, according to people familiar with the matter.
The insider ownership percentage is the key indicator, can be used by investors, to measure the outlook of senior management has on their company. Insider ownership for the DB is 2.70%. Institutional ownership refers to the ownership stake in a company that is held by large financial organizations, pension funds or endowments.
Insider trading is the buying or selling of any publicly traded company’s stock and this can be done by someone who has non-public, material information about that DB. Insider trading can be illegal or legal depending on when the insider makes the trade. It is illegal when the material information is still non-public. The insider transactions of the company (6-month change in insider ownerships) for the Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft (NYSE:DB) is 0.00%.
Institutional transactions is the amount of a Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft (NYSE:DB)’s available stock owned by mutual or pension funds, insurance companies, investment firms, private foundations, endowments or other large entities that actually manage the funds on the behalf of others.
A Financial sector firm, Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft (NYSE:DB) stock slumped -0.65% on Tuesday and when day-trade ended the stock finally concluded at $7.59 and number of shares that changed hands during the day are 2.64 Million. The number of shares DB stock currently held by all its shareholders are 2020.64 and floated shares, the number of shares are available for trading in an open market on last trading day are 1840.90. The average volume of shares for 3 months is 4925.61 and DB stock value has moved between $6.6 – 13.09 in last one year.
The Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft (NYSE:DB)’s
latest earnings date is 7/26/2019. The Gross margin is the difference between
the revenue and the cost of goods sold (COGS), divided by revenue. In other
words, Gross Margin is a percentage value, while Gross Profit is a monetary
value. The profit margin is 2.10% and the stock has gained -6.87% in 2019 to
Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft (NYSE:DB)’s monthly stock performance is 12.78%, the quarterly performance is -10.71%, the half year performance is calculated as -6.87%. The yearly performance of DB is -28.53%.
The higher the volatility, the riskier the security. For example, when the stock market rises and falls more than one percent over a sustained period of time, it is called a “volatile” market, if the stock price stays relatively stable, the security has low volatility. The Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft (NYSE:DB) weekly volatility is measured as 1.97% and monthly volatility measured as 1.77%.
Return on assets (ROA) is a main indicator of how profitable a company is relative to its total assets. DB return on assets is 0.00%, the return on equity (ROE) of the Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft (NYSE:DB) is 0.80%, while the most important return on investment is calculates as a percentage and is typically used for personal financial decisions, and DB return on investment is 3.90%.
The price to earnings ratio is 632.50, price to sales ratio is 0.54, and price to book ratio is 0.21, price to cash per share ration is 0.02.
Analysts mean target price for Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft (NYSE:DB) is $6.72. The current share price indicates that stock is -42.37% away from its one year high and is moving 14.91% ahead of its 52-week low. DB’s distance from 20 day simple moving average is 7.11% and distance from 50-Day simple moving average is 1.48%.