Deutsche Bank Is Getting Hammered In Its First Trading Day Since The Stress Tests


Deutsche Bank shares are falling, in the first trading session since last Friday’s stress test data.

Meanwhile, most other major European banks are rising in their first trading day. It seems markets aren’t happy with Deutsche. The bank’s quarterly earnings come out tomorrow, perhaps people are also selling ahead of potential bad news.

Deutsche is falling

Yet Commerzbank in Germany is doing fine

Banco Santander in Spain

Barclays in England

BNP Paribas in France

Royal Bank of Scotland

UBS in Switzerland

We found a falling friend for Deutsche: Unicredit in Italy

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