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    1. Deutsche Bank seems to start delivering on their targets. On 2018 DB reported its first year of net profits since 2014. If this trend was to continue, we could see a rebound on the Bank's share prices. 2. Even though analysts believe that a Merger and Acquisition with the rival Commerzbank would not improve the bank's position, it is still a possibility of growth. At this moment, any improvement in the bank's numbers could skyrocket their share price. 3. Even if it does not, CFDs of Deutsche Bank can be traded in either direction. So if you believe that indeed Deutsche Bank is for a bad ride, hop in and make the most out of it.
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DB was founded in Berlin, Germany in 1870. Deutsche Bank is the 15th largest bank in the entire world by total assets. It is a component of the German Index, the DAX. DB played a large part in developing Germany's industry, as its business model focused on providing finance to industrial customers.After Adolf Hitler came to power, the institution dismissed its three Jewish board members in 1933. In the years after, the bank took part in the aryanization of the Jewish-owned businesses. After World War II, Deutsche Bank broke-up into ten regional banks which were later consolidated into three major banks in 1952. In 2013, analysts predicted a profit of nearly €600 million, unfortunately, Deutsche Bank reported a fourth quarter pre-tax loss of €1.2 billion. 2013 was not the only damaging year in terms of losses, in 2015 they experienced a more painful loss of €6.1 billion.Deutsche Bank's share price has showcased this downfall, as of January 2014, price per share hit €52,26 and it is currently €7.23. In 2018, Deutsche Bank reported its first full-year net profits since 2014.

1. The decline on Deutsche Bank's share price has been driven by investors' concern over the Bank's low profitability and the falling market share of its once-mighty investment bank. Analysts simply do not believe its medium-term profitability pledges are realistic. A reason why this might be happening is their exposed scandal over the €200B money-laundering affair. 2. Investment bank-performance: For the first time, the bank has fallen behind and lost the pole position in its domestic market after being surpassed by JPMorgan Chase on investment banking fees in 2018. Something to watch out for is the performance of the bank's high management regarding this grim position. 3. The bank's main goal in the last few years has been cutting costs, the target back in 2018 was of €1B. They delivered on these targets, if they keep doing so in the following years there could be a rebound on the company's situation.4. Revenue Growth and profitability: Even though they achieved their cost-cutting targets, the bank is still on a big pre-tax year loss. In 2018 they suffered a €319 million loss, versus a €1.4B loss in the prior year.

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