- Deutsche Bank has a week from hell.
- After share declines, it’s market cap is now just over $US15.7 billion
- Here are some companies that have eclipsed the once giant lender.
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Deutsche Bank is Germany biggest bank but after a brutal last year of scandals and share declines, a radical overhaul was announced this week, with 18,000 job cuts.
The German bank’s market cap now sits at about $US15.73 billion. Here are eight companies that are now bigger.
Slack – $US17.66 billion
Nestle India – $US17.48 billion
Just India’s division of Nestle is now bigger than the German bank.
Woolworths – $US30.11 billion
The Aussie retailer is also fairing far better than the bank.
Chipotle – $US20.57 billion
Walgreens Boots – $US50.30 billion
Kraft Heinz – $US37.32 billion
Carlsberg – $US20.82 billion
The Danish beer company also surpasses Deutsche Bank.
Hewlett Packard – $US31.72 billion
Tesco – $US29.5 billion
The UK supermarket giant almost has double the value of Deutsche Bank.
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