Deutsche Bank Set to End With a Bang After Long Whimper: ChartBy
Deutsche Bank AG’s stock fortunes are turning as the year draws to a close, following its longest quarterly losing streak since the global financial crisis. The lender is heading for a 57 percent surge in the final three months of 2016 on receding worries about whether its capital buffers can withstand potential litigation fines and optimism that stronger inflation in Europe and higher interest rates in the U.S. will boost profitability. Germany’s biggest bank has more than halved a share-price decline in 2016 that exceeded 53 percent as recently as September.
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