Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE:DB) : On Wednesday, The money flowed into the Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE:DB) stock with an uptick to downtick ratio was recorded at 1.27. Transactions worth $20.78 million were done on upticks, confirming the buying interest in the stock. The outflow of money on downticks stood at $16.4 million. The total money flow into the stock was $4.39 million. The block trades reveal a bullish bias with an up-down ratio of 1.82. The investors are using every small weakness in the stock to accumulate it, as can be seen in the $5.13 million of block transactions on upticks. The value of block trades on downticks was $2.81 million, indicating lower selling interest. The total money flow in block trades was $2.32 million. In terms of price action, Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE:DB) traded down $0.08 during the session at $14.09. Compared to the previous days closing, the stock was down only by -0.56%. For the week, the stock is -4.28%, over previous weeks closing.
Institutional Investors own 22.35% of Deutsche Bank AG shares.
The company shares have dropped -54.51% from its 1 Year high price. On Jul 31, 2015, the shares registered one year high at $35.38 and the one year low was seen on Jun 27, 2016. The 50-Day Moving Average price is $16.52 and the 200 Day Moving Average price is recorded at $18.41. Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE:DB): The stock opened at $13.97 on Wednesday but the bulls could not build on the opening and the stock topped out at $14.12 for the day. The stock traded down to $13.94 during the day, due to lack of any buying support eventually closed down at $14.09 with a loss of -0.56% for the day. The stock had closed at $14.17 on the previous day. The total traded volume was 8,707,552 shares.
Deutsche Bank AG is a global investment bank, which offers a range of products and services in investment, corporate and retail banking, as well as in asset and wealth management. The Group operates through five corporate divisions: Corporate Banking & Securities (CB&S), Private & Business Clients (PBC), Global Transaction Banking (GTB), Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management (Deutsche AWM) and Non-Core Operations Unit (NCOU). CB&S consists of two business divisions, Corporate Finance and Markets, which offers a range of financial products. PBC consists of three business units, Private and Commercial Banking, Advisory Banking International and Postbank. GTB delivers commercial banking products and services to corporate clients and financial institutions. Deutsche AWM is an investment organization which offers investments across various asset classes to individuals and institutions. NCOU operates as a separate division alongside Deutsche Banks core businesses.