Long-term return

The significant price decline in 2014 reduced the Deutsche Bank share’s long-term total shareholder return. An investor who bought Deutsche Bank shares for € 10,000 at the start of 2010, reinvested dividends and subscribed to capital increases without injecting additional funds would have held a portfolio worth € 6,456 at the end of 2014. This corresponds to an average annual loss of 8.4 % per year. For the STOXX Europe 600 Banks, an annual loss of 0.4 % was recorded for the same period; the DAX recorded a plus of 10.5 %.

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