Deutsche Bank among bad performing European glamour stocks

Deutsche Bank among underperformers European glamour stocks

Deutsche Bank now belongs to the worse performing glamour stocks in Europe. Over the past 12 months the mega cap is an impressive 43 percent lower. The European glamour stocks are 1 percent lower. Investors pay now 8 times the CAPE-ratio per share. The average European glamour stocks are traded at 7.

Over the current book year the total revenue will be 26,26 billion euros (consensus estimates). This is rather significant lower than 2017's revenue of 29,55 billion euros.

Historical revenues and results Deutsche Bank plus estimates 2018

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The analysts expect for 2018 a net profit of 1,54 billion euros. For this year the consensus of Deutsche Bank's result per share is a profit of 69 cent. So the price/earnings-ratio equals 13,52.

Analysts expect a dividend of 0,19 cents per share. Deutsche Bank's dividend yield thus equals 2,04 percent. The average dividend yield of the banks is a limited 1 percent.

Most recent target prices around 11 euros

Morgan Stanley , UBS and JP Morgan recently provided recommendations for the stock.

Based on the current number of shares Deutsche Bank's market capitalization equals 14,41 billion euros.

Price data Deutsche Bank 2007-2018

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At 16.51 the stock trades 2,04 percent higher at 9,33 euros.

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