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5.79 +0.23 (4.14%)
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Previous Close 5.79
Open 5.56
Bid 5.78 x 800
Ask 5.75 x 4000
Day’s Range 5.31 — 5.73
52 Week Range 4.99 — 11.16
Volume 15,647,600
Avg. Volume 7,921,298
Market Cap 11.703B
Beta (5Y Monthly) 1.41
PE Ratio (TTM) N/A
EPS (TTM) -1.12
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Ex-Dividend Date May 18, 2020
1y Target Est 5.56
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Global Credit Market Turmoil Rips From Australia to U.S. Munis

(Bloomberg) — The fallout from the worst rout in credit markets since the global financial crisis is spreading, threatening everything from mortgage debt in Australia to local government bond markets in the U.S.As the deadly coronavirus pandemic brought more grim headlines Wednesday, risk gauges in the U.S. and Europe pushed out further in another volatile session. The crisis has also closed in on Japan’s $650 billion local credit market, which had been an oasis of calm.In the U.S., even the $3.9 trillion state and local government bond market, which usually functions as a haven, has seen yields surge as investors pull out their cash, triggering waves of forced selling by fund managers who need to raise money. That has saddled investors with their biggest losses since 1987 and effectively locked states and cities at least temporarily out of the bond market, with all the big sales planned for this week on hold.Treasuries and other sovereign bond yields have marched higher ahead of trillions of dollars in expected stimulus globally. The U.S. Senate passed a second major relief bill, separate from an additional economic rescue package that President Donald Trump’s administration estimates will cost $1.3 trillion. The European Central Bank launched an extra emergency bond-buying program worth 750 billion euros ($820 billion) to calm the worsening financial crisis.“You can’t buy risk,” said Mark Nash, head of fixed income at Merian Global Investors in London. “We need easier financial conditions and some virus light at the end of the tunnel, and we are seeing neither at the moment.”U.S.CDX is approaching financial crisis levels as traders weigh the efficacy of fiscal and monetary stimulus to counter the effect of the coronavirus. That kept borrowers at bay, a stark contrast to Tuesday’s onslaught.Investment-grade bond spreads rose 30 basis points to 285 basis points, the widest level since July 2009, while high yield widened 58 basis points to 904 basis pointsYields on top-rated 10-year municipal bonds have more than doubled since March 9 to 1.86%, according to Bloomberg’s benchmark index. For debt that’s due in three months — which is among the easiest for fund managers to sell in a hurry — the yields have more than tripled to 1.6%JetBlue was cut one notch to BB- by S&P and may still be cut further, while Delta’s bonds fellMallinckrodt failed to line up funding for a loan deal designed to ease its debt load and help settle massive legal claims tied to its alleged role in the nation’s opioid crisisMoody’s followed S&P in downgrading Hertz, cutting the company one level to B3, with a negative outlookMoody’s also cut Occidental Petroleum Corp.’s credit rating cut to junk, saying its purchase of Anadarko “continues to burden the company’s balance sheet”The leveraged loan market has plunged to levels not seen since the financial crisis, signaling higher default rates and a potential funding crunch aheadThere’s still plenty of pent-up issuance in the investment-grade market, where borrowers have come forward opportunistically mostly to refinance commercial paper and other debtU.S. investment-grade bonds in the aircraft leasing industry are trading at distressed levelsThe front-end is especially feeling the pain, as pressure builds on companies to meet near-term obligations. Just 72% of short-dated debt now trades above par, versus 99% 10 days ago, according to Deutsche Bank strategist Craig NicolOaktree Capital Management is planning a new distressed debt fund, co-founder Howard Marks said in a note to clientsHere’s how cash-hungry companies could bite $700 billion out of banksEuropeFrance’s financial regulators helped banks including Societe Generale and Credit Agricole respond to the growing coronavirus crisis by eliminating a key capital requirement to keep credit flowingItaly’s Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has proposed joint EU debt issuance, with German chancellor Angela Merkel saying she’s happy for her finance chief to explore the proposal with other ministersWhile joint EU debt remained a taboo for Germany even at the height of the financial crisis after 2008, Merkel said there are “no conclusions” at this stagePoland and the Czech Republic both announced fiscal stimulus packages aimed at shielding their economies from the impact of the virus. They offered holidays in debt repayments, loan guarantees and co-financing of workers’ wagesThe doors to Europe’s primary bond market slammed shut again on Wednesday, after a trio of borrowers attempted to get deals done a day earlier with mixed success. Toronto Dominion bank halted a sale of pound-denominated covered bonds, citing “adverse market conditions,” while Royal Bank of Canada failed to tighten pricing on a euro-denominated sale of covered notesRegular primary sales will only resume once virus-fueled volatility comes to an end, according to market participants interviewed by Bloomberg News, yet they have no idea when this might beMeasures of credit risk are climbing, with default swaps protecting high-grade European firms jumping as much as 10% today to the highest since June 2020Euro IG bond spreads ended Wednesday at 231 bpsCitigroup has more than doubled its forecasts for euro investment-grade and high-yield bond spreads this year; it now sees euro IG spreads versus swaps at 140 bps, and euro HY spreads ending the year above 600 bpsAsiaGlobal airlines have $29 billion of outstanding debt coming due by the end of the year, with most coming from China Southern and China EasternSpreads on Asian dollar bonds were 5-15 basis points wider, according to traders. That leaves them at their highest in about a decade, according to a Bloomberg Barclays indexThe Markit iTraxx Asia ex-Japan index of credit-default swaps was indicated about 2 basis points wider, according to trader pricesIn Australia, the mortgage-backed security market is “effectively closed” as yields on senior bank debt are up as much as 160 basis points in two weeks, according to Robert Camilleri, co-founder and head of structured credit at Realm Investment HouseIn Japan, S&P cut its outlook on SoftBank to negative late Tuesday, citing the broad market declines and the conglomerate’s plans for a share buybackIn India, the extra yield investors demand to own three-year top-rated corporate bonds over sovereign notes has jumped to a more than four-month high of 109 basis points. Here’s a chart showing that:(Updates U.S. details throughout)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

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Deutsche Bank Gets Relief as Germany Lowers a Capital Buffer

(Bloomberg) — Germany’s financial watchdogs eliminated a key capital requirement for the country’s banks to keep credit flowing and give flexibility to lenders such as Deutsche Bank AG and Commerzbank AG that have been hit hard by the recent selloff in stocks and credit risk.The countercyclical capital buffer, meant to strengthen banks during good times for a downturn, will be cut to 0% starting on April 1 and remain there until at least through December, the Finance Ministry said in a joint statement with financial supervisor BaFin and the Bundesbank. As a result, banks will be able to release more than 5 billion euros ($5.5 billion) of capital they were in the process of building up.That brings the volume of excess capital that German banks have on hand to digest losses and keep lending to about 225 billion euros, according to people familiar with the matter. That includes 120 billion euros of capital that the lenders held on top of their regulatory demands and 100 billion euros that the European Central Bank freed up last week, said the people, who spoke on condition of anonymity.After more than a decade of tightening financial strength requirements, bank regulators around the world are loosening the reins to prevent the economy from seizing up. The task for banks is daunting as many corporate clients are at risk of defaulting on loans while others will probably require additional funds as supply chains are disrupted, stores and restaurants shut down and public life grinds to a halt.“The move shows how critical the situation is in Europe,” ABN Amro Bank NV strategist Tom Kinmonth wrote in a note. “German regulators fought tough competition for a long period to raise the buffer and now have to remove it almost straight away.”ECB Freed Up $112 Billion at Banks to Bolster Credit Amid VirusThe ministry met BaFin as well as Germany’s central bank last week to discuss eliminating the buffer, Bloomberg reported at the time.German banks are well capitalized on the whole and the industry isn’t showing liquidity bottlenecks, according to the statement.The buffer applies to the German operations of banks, meaning those lenders with the biggest focus on the country will feel the most relief. Deutsche Bank AG, which has one of the most international footprints among German lenders, started the year with a countercyclical capital buffer of 0.08% while smaller competitor Commerzbank AG had a 0.12% requirement.German banks as well as their European competitors presented their regulators with a long list of demands last week to help them weather the fallout from the virus. The ECB loosened several capital demands on Thursday and nudged national authorities to follow suit on their own requirements.“One of the justifications to remove the buffers is to ‘free up lending capacity’,” wrote Kinmonth. “However, more realistically, banks will now try to actively reduce their provided credit lines” given the increase in risk.(Updates with capital reserves in third paragraph.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

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European junk debt insurance, bank CDS rise as virus selloff resumes

Dollar Funding Is Freezing Up, and the Fed Knows It

(Bloomberg Opinion) — Demand for U.S. dollars is so high that now there’s a squeeze in credit markets. And the Federal Reserve knows it.Big corporations from beer brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev SA to Boeing Co. are drawing down billions from their credit lines. Fearful of margin calls and flash crashes, lenders are piling on reserves. Adding to the hair-raising market volatility, banks that typically provide short-term dollar loans are stepping back.To ease the strain in dollar borrowing, the Fed took action Tuesday, restarting a commercial paper funding facility for U.S. corporates. It also allowed banks and broker-dealers that trade directly with the Fed to borrow cash secured against some stocks and higher-rated bonds.But that doesn’t do much to ease funding tightness overseas. For evidence, look no further than currency swaps, which measure how expensive it is to borrow in dollars. If a Japanese bank wants to offer a dollar loan to a client, the bank, pocketful of yen deposits, would typically lend its yen in exchange for an American bank’s dollars using currency swaps. This practice is common across Asian markets — and the costs are soaring.Since the global financial crisis, foreign banks’ dollar lending has ballooned to $12 trillion from $10 trillion, the International Monetary Fund estimates. Lenders abroad like this business because dollar assets tend to offer higher returns and companies prefer to borrow in the currency.Now, this key corner of the funding market is in trouble. The three-month euro-dollar basis swap slumped to as much as negative 122 basis points Tuesday, the widest since December 2020. That’s despite the Fed promising to boost liquidity via its swap line with the European Central Bank just two days earlier. Stocks fell during European trading hours as investors feared a squeeze.If the euro swap’s explosion was just a blip, how about markets without a direct line to the Fed? Dollar liquidity conditions in Asia have been tightening recently, too. In South Korea, the one-year won basis swap widened to about negative 90 basis points, from negative 55 basis points only two weeks earlier. Meanwhile, in Hong Kong, dollar funding is as tight as the 2020 European financial crisis, going by data from cross-currency swaps.In the asset management world, the dollar is still the king. If it’s hard to get a hold of them, that doesn’t bode well for risk assets.Just look at the Korean won, which sank to a 10-year low Tuesday, even though Seoul has been doing a lot of the right things, accumulating its foreign currency reserves and reducing its reliance on short-term external debt. Meanwhile, some Korean stocks have become dirt cheap. The country’s banks, for instance, are trading at only 0.2 times book, data compiled by Bloomberg Intelligence show, making them almost as unloved as the industry’s basket case, Deutsche Bank AG.Then consider Hong Kong. In February, even with China in the throes of the virus outbreak, the dollar bond market stayed afloat, with mainland developers raising a whopping $6.4 billion. But the funding squeeze has changed the calculation entirely: The total value of Chinese dollar bonds yielding above 15% more than doubled from a week ago. That means China Inc.’s borrowers will have to pay a lot more — and, unfortunately, the offshore market is about the only place big enough to place the half-a-billion-dollar issues they rely on.While the Fed has taken action on American soil, it could expand its swap lines with more central banks. It’s understandable that the Fed doesn’t want to be the world’s lender of last resort, but it’s a little too late for that: The dollar greases the pipes of global finance. Funds can’t flow freely if things are clogged on the other side of the Pacific.In its latest financial stability report from October, the IMF worried about the role foreign banks serve in dollar funding. Currency swaps tend to be short-term, volatile and costly, it warned. The coronavirus is only drawing out that instability.This column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Bloomberg LP and its owners.Shuli Ren is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering Asian markets. She previously wrote on markets for Barron’s, following a career as an investment banker, and is a CFA charterholder.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinionSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

Wall Street Asks Questions That Have No Answers

(Bloomberg Opinion) — One day after tumbling the most since 1987 by plunging 11.98%, the S&P 500 Index regained its footing and surged by an impressive 6%. The gains came thanks to moves by the Federal Reserve to support the market for short-term corporate debt and more details on the government’s plan to keep the economy from collapsing amid closures intended to mitigate the widening coronavirus pandemic. Both are positives, for sure, but markets won’t truly start to recover until one key question is addressed that no one on Wall Street is qualified to answer.Rather than how far the economy may drop or whether it’s time to wade back into equities to do some bargain hunting, Deutsche Bank strategist Torsten Slok wrote in a research note that most of his client conversations at the moment center on questions around best practices across countries for limiting the spread of Covid-19. With strategists fielding queries better suited for doctors, it’s clear that items such as the level of interest rates or price-to-earnings ratios are unlikely to matter all that much until more fundamental questions about the coronavirus crisis have some clear answers. “Not even health experts understand what this is or where it is headed, and that is the worst possible outcome for investors,” Jim Paulsen, Leuthold Group Inc.’s chief investment strategist, wrote in a research note. “Give me bad news any day over complete uncertainty.” The point to all this is that the wild swings seen in equities in recent weeks — with Tuesday marking the seventh straight day that the S&P 500 notched a move of at least 4% — will likely continue no matter how much money is thrown into the financial system by central banks and governments. Until a real solution to halting the spread of the coronavirus is developed, such moves will be viewed by markets as little more than triage.SPEAKING OF TRIAGEThere was some relief on Tuesday after the Fed announced it will restart a financial crisis-era program to help U.S. companies borrow in the $1 trillion market for commercial paper, which are short-term IOUs generally ranging from about 15 days to nine months. This market is critical for companies looking to meet payroll and other short-term financing needs. Rates for commercial paper graded A2/P2, which is a step below the top tier, surged in recent weeks from less than 1.5% to more than 3.5% on Monday, threatening to put even more of a strain on the diminishing cash flow of companies. “We heard loud and clear there were liquidity issues,” Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin later told a press conference where the White House announced a series of measures to provide support to the economy. Working together with the Treasury, Mnuchin added that the Fed has the ability to “purchase up to $1 trillion dollars of commercial paper as needed.” On top of that, Bloomberg News reported that Mnuchin is seeking a new round of coronavirus-related economic stimulus totaling $1.2 trillion from Congress, and is discussing the idea of combining it with a relief package the House passed over the weekend. Nice, but what the U.S. probably needs is a $2 trillion asset-bailout program plus a massive loan program to provide consumer relief and to “salvage viable companies that are struggling,” Guggenheim Partners Global Chief Investment Officer Scott Minerd said Tuesday in a note to clients.RIGHT FOR THE WRONG REASONSBack when the yield curve inverted in August, with yields on Treasury 10-year notes falling below those of two-year securities, there was a heated debate about whether the market was really forecasting recession or sending a false signal. After all, the stock market was soaring and companies were hiring, pushing the unemployment rate to a 50-year low. Well, there is no doubt now that the U.S. economy is either already in a recession or headed into one shortly. True, the coronavirus was on nobody’s radar screen in August, but the bond market may have been signaling that it wouldn’t take much of a shock to cause the economy to retrench, given how indebted companies had become. At almost $75 trillion, the mountain of global corporate debt excluding that of financial companies is about 93% of global gross domestic product, up from 75% prior to 2008 global financial crisis, according to the Institute of International Finance in Washington. “This crisis is aimed at corporate balance sheets,” Bob Michele, global head of fixed income at JPMorgan Asset Management, told Bloomberg TV. IT WAS BAD ALREADY Everyone knows that the economic data for March and the rest of the year is going to look pretty bad. But what few expected was how weak things were already. That became apparent Tuesday with the release of some less-than-encouraging data on retail sales and factory output in February for the U.S., the world’s largest economy. Purchases at the nation’s retailers slid 0.5%, the most since 2020, as sales declined in nine of 13 retail categories, Commerce Department figures showed Tuesday. Output at manufacturers barely rose as idled Boeing Co. 737 Max production continued to weigh on the industry, according to Bloomberg News’s Vince Golle, citing Fed data. The economists at Morgan Stanley say a worldwide recession is its “base case,” with global growth expected to fall to 0.9% this year. Those at Goldman Sachs predict growth of 1.25%, while S&P Global Ratings sees something between 1% and 1.5%. Painful, for sure, but not as bad as the 0.8% contraction of 2009, as measured by the International Monetary Fund. On the other hand, global growth in line with those forecasts would be worse than the downturns of 2001 and the early 1990s.TEA LEAVESCall it the last gasp for one of the strongest parts of the economy. Those looking at a long-term chart of U.S. housing starts wouldn’t be too bothered by January’s 3.6% drop from December’s pace of 1.626 million units, which was the most since 2006. Nor would they likely be flummoxed by the 4.3% drop that is forecast for February, which would bring the pace of starts down to 1.5 million, a level higher than anything seen since 2006 save for the prior two months. Those numbers will be released Wednesday. But it’s likely to be all downhill from there. Nobody will want to venture out and buy a house in this environment even with interest rates at record lows. Given how important the spring home-buying season is for the economy, a downturn would almost certainly weigh on growth.DON’T MISS Fed Used Its Bazooka. Now It’s Government’s Turn: William Dudley Wall Street Panic Is Inside Heads of the Pros: Barry Ritholtz The End of OPEC Is Here Thanks to Saudi Arabia: Julian Lee Respond to the Coronavirus With All of the Above: Karl W. Smith Big Business Is Helping U.S. Survive Coronavirus: Tyler CowenThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Bloomberg LP and its owners.Robert Burgess is an editor for Bloomberg Opinion. He is the former global executive editor in charge of financial markets for Bloomberg News. As managing editor, he led the company’s news coverage of credit markets during the global financial crisis.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinionSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

European bankers unite in attempt to calm market rout

European bankers are trying to calm fears about an incipient financial crisis after huge drops in their securities over the past two weeks, reflecting growing investor concern about the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. Ana Botín, executive chairman of Spain’s Santander, said on Tuesday that the eurozone’s largest lender is forecasting only a 5 per cent drop in earnings this year, and expects no impact on its capital level or mid-term financial targets. Speaking at the Morgan Stanley European financial services conference in London — by videoconference from Madrid where the country is in lockdown — Ms Botín said the bank’s estimates for one possibility were based on a “v-shaped” scenario of a sharp shock followed by a rapid recovery.

Deutsche Bank Decreases Prime Lending Rate to 3.25%

Deutsche Bank today announced that its New York Branch, Deutsche Bank New York (DBNY), and its subsidiary Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas (DBTCA), have decreased their prime lending from 4.25% to 3.25% effective today, March 16, 2020.

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Европейские биржи начали неделю падением из-за Deutsche Bank

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Снижением основных индексов начали новую неделю европейские биржи. При открытии торгов они упали в среднем на 1,5%. Лидером снижения стали бумаги компаний банковского сектора, которые дешевели вслед за акциями немецкого Deutsche Bank. Падали в цене и акции нефтяных компаний на фоне высокой волатильности цен на нефть перед предстоящей встречей производителей “черного золота” в Алжире – многие эксперты сомневаются в ее успехе. Бумаги BP и Royal Dutch Shell потеряли по 1,6%.

Акции Deutsche Bank рухнули на 6% – до минимального уровня за 24 года после того, как канцлер Германии Ангела Меркель исключила возможность предоставления государственной помощи крупнейшему немецкому банку, от которого американские регуляторы требуют уплаты 14 миллиардов долларов в рамках урегулирования претензий по делу о манипулировании ценами на ипотечные бумаги.

Котировки акции Deutsche Bank: онлайн график DB, DBK + аналитика и прогноз

Сегодня я расскажу про крупнейшую финансовую структуру Германии. Речь пойдет про акции Дойче Банка. Немного погружусь в историю этого конгломерата. Покажу, как он развивался, какие у него сейчас проблемы и что ждет банк в будущем. Коснусь вопроса дивидендов и стабильности компании. Ну и постараюсь ответить на главный вопрос: «Интересные ли акции Дойче Банка для инвестирования или нет?»

Итак, пора начинать.

Стоимость акций на бирже: онлайн-график

Данные о ценных бумагах

Тикер FWB: DBKGN

LSE: DBK Торговые площадки и время торговли Франкфуртская фондовая биржа:

с 11:00 до 22:00 МСК.

Нью-Йоркская фондовая биржа:

с 17:30 до 00:00 МСК.

Лондонская фондовая биржа:

с 12:00 до 20:30 МСК. Название Deutsche Bank AG Количество бумаг в обращении 1 379 273 000 шт. обыкновенных акций Номинал 0,1 евро Дивиденды есть Год основания 1870 год Кем основана Людвиг Бамбергер Штаб-квартира Германия, Франкфурт-на-Майне

Динамика курса за все время

Котировки акций Дойче Банка уже ни один раз расстраивали инвесторов своими затяжными падениями. Сейчас стоимость бумаг банка находятся недалеко от локальных минимумов, и все, кто покупал акции в течение последних пары лет на слухах о возможных вливаниях средств, находятся в не очень выгодном положении.

О компании

Дойче начал свою деятельность еще в XIX веке, но я не буду настолько далеко уходить в историю. Просто надо понимать, что этот банк имеет серьезные корни и статус.

В 2000-х годах Дойче Банк активно расширялся за счет слияний и поглощений, в том числе и на территории России. В эти же годы акции Дойче появились в листах котирования на NYSE.

А вот в кризис 2008 года компания вошла с серьезными проблемами, ведь Deutsche Bank являлся одним из главных финансовых агентов на рынке американских ипотечных обеспеченных долговых расписок. Далее Дойче Банку пришлось масштабно списывать эти обесценившиеся бонды, что поставило его в тяжелое экономическое положение. Помимо этого, дочерние компании Дойче Банка ни один раз были участниками скандалов, касающихся махинаций с акциями.

Продукция компании

Дойче Банк является универсальной кредитной организацией, что предоставляет:

  • розничные банковские продукты для частных и юридических лиц
  • аналитические услуги
  • инвестиционное сопровождение
  • услуги брокериджа
  • управление активами.

Однако для жителей РФ от Дойче Банка доступно исключительно корпоративное обслуживание.

Главные акционеры

Крупнейшими держателями акций Дойче является инвестиционный фонд из Китая HNA Group, у него пакет почти в 10%. Вторую строчку занимает BlackRock, который консолидирует 5,88% от капитала компании. Пакет в 2,71% является казначейским, находится на балансе самого Дойче Банка.

Ключевая фигура и ее роль

Место главного менеджера организации занимает Кристиан Сьюнг (Christian Sewing). Это настоящий ветеран компании, который работает в Дойче более 30 лет. Его основная специализация деятельности в банке — это риск-менеджмент. Он не так давно начал руководить всеми подразделениями банка, но компания возлагает на него очень большие надежды. В его обязанности входит управление и контроль над всеми ключевыми аспектами финансового учреждения.

Дочерние компании

Структура подразумевает наличие дочерних организаций в каждой стране, которую фирма покрывает той или иной деятельностью. Например, в Российской Федерации зарегистрировано общество с ограниченной ответственностью «Дойче Банк».

Помимо этого, отдельные организационные структуры существуют для определенных направлений деятельности, к примеру, Deutsche Postbank GmbH — это подразделение, занимающееся розничными банковскими продуктами.

Планы компании на будущее

Дойче Банку непросто зарабатывать деньги в эпоху отрицательных ставок в Европе. В организации ожидают, что смена в тенденции чрезмерно мягкого стимулирования и повышение ставок в будущем позволит финансовой группе нарастить прибыль. Также специалисты Дойче Банка видят серьезные возможности для наращивания доли своего присутствия в случае реализации Брексит.

Статистика дивидендов

Дойче регулярно выплачивает дивиденды, однако суммы выплат в последнее время дисконтируются в сторону понижения.

Вот данные по дивидендам на акцию за последние несколько лет:

Дата выплаты дивидендов по акциям Дойче Банка Сумма выплаты, EUR Дивидендная доходность
28.05.2020 0,057 1,79%
29.05.2020 0,11 1,36%
23.05.2020 0,19 1,49%
22.05.2020 0,75 4,36%
23.05.2020 0,67 3,93%
24.05.2020 0,67 3,73%

Дивиденды в долларах
Дивиденды в Евро

Интересные факты о компании

Не успев финансово окрепнуть после ипотечного кризиса, Дойче Банк получил кучу исков на миллиардные суммы. В руководстве немецкого гиганта шли большие перестановки. Ковался план по выводу организации из кризиса. Большинство аналитиков давали прогнозы, что мастодонт финансовой отрасли просто обязан объявить себя банкротом.

Однако Дойче не оправдал надежд большинства финансовых провидцев и полностью подкрепил выражение «toobigtofail» своим примером, оставшись на плаву. А в 2020 году банк впервые за долгое время отчитался в прибыли в 341 млн. евро против убытков последних лет.

Где и как купить акции сегодня

Основным способом покупки акций является открытие торгового счета у брокера. В некоторых случаях приобрести акции можно через банк или даже напрямую у конкретного держателя.

Через зарубежного брокера

Правда, не все зарубежные брокеры готовы сейчас работать с клиентами из России, а минимальные суммы депозита составляют около 10 тыс. долларов.

Название Рейтинг Плюсы Минусы
Interactive Brokers 8/10 Говорят по-русски Абонентская плата 10$\месяц
CapTrader 8/10 Нет абонентской платы Говорят только по английски
Lightspeed 7/10 Низкий минимальный депозит Навязывают услуги
TD Ameritrade 6.5/10 Низкие комиссии Не всем открывают счет

Через российского брокера

Для покупки акций крупных иностранных компаний подойдут российские брокеры, предоставляющие возможность торговли через Санкт-Петербургскую биржу.

Название Рейтинг Плюсы Минусы
Финам 8/10 Самый надежный Комиссии
Открытие 7/10 Низкие комиссии Навязывают услуги
БКС 7/10 Самый технологичный Навязывают услуги
Кит-Финанс 6.5/10 Низкие комиссии Устаревшее ПО и ЛК

Через зарубежную дочку российского брокера

Некоторые представители российского брокериджа могут предложить приобрести акции через их дочерние юридические структуры, не являющиеся резидентами России. В любом случае доверять стоит только крупным представителям, уже ранее зарекомендовавшим себя как надежные контрагенты.

Напрямую в компании, у частного лица или фирмы

На данный момент купить акции в офисе Российского отделения Дойче Банк не получится. А чтобы приобрести акции у частного или юридического лица, необходимо обращаться в обслуживающий депозитарий и заполнять соответствующие документы в иностранной юрисдикции.

Что влияет на цену акций

Во многом на стоимость акций Дойче Банка оказывают влияние ожидания по динамике процентных ставок на основных рынках, где протекает деятельность финансовой группы. Все штрафы и судебные иски — это прямой вычет из денежных потоков компании, значит, они негативно отражаются на цене акций.

Также при анализе акций Дойче Банка важно учитывать кредитные рейтинги и анализировать финансовую отчетность организации.

Перспективы компании

Аналитика и прогноз по бумаге

Акции по мультипликаторам действительно стоят сейчас довольно дешево. Однако для того, чтобы развернуть медвежий тренд в бумагах, нужны сильные фундаментальные драйверы. А пока у акций Дойче Банка нет предпосылок к существенной переоценке.

Альтернатива в этой отрасли

Конкурентами акций Дойче Банка за капитал инвесторов являются другие крупные европейские банки. К таким можно отнести HSBC, UBS, UniCredit, Commerzbank и др.

Заключение

Подводя итоги, хочу сказать, что покупка акций Дойче Банка, несмотря на свою дешевизну, точно не является быстрой историей с огромным апсайдом. Дойче уже доказал, что является инфраструктурно-значимым объектом, банкротство ему грозит только в самом крайнем случае.

Да, ситуация может выправиться в лучшую сторону и немецкий гигант, возможно, восстановит позиции, рейтинг и авторитет, но это долгий процесс. Хотя как один из активов в долгосрочном диверсифицированном портфеле или etf он может быть интересен.

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