Deutsche Bank closed at its lowest level for the past 26 years

Deutsche Bank AG’s shares declined on Thursday, falling to its lowest level since the start of Bloomberg in 1992.

The decline of 7.2%, most since March 2017, came as a person familiar with the issue said the US unit of the lender was placed on the list of federal reserves of troubled banks. Shares increased this year’s losses to 42%, the worst performance among major European banks.

Source: Bloomberg Pro Terminal

 Trader Georgi Bozhidarov

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