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Commented by Stefan Feulner on March 28th, 2022 | 12:34 CEST

Deutsche Bank, Hong Lai Huat, Commerzbank - Strong comeback

  • RealEstate
  • Financial

Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the subsequent sanctions, banks, in particular, lost disproportionately in stock market value. Concerns about possible loan defaults in neighboring Eastern European countries caused the major European banks and domestic financial institutions such as Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank to plummet in the short term. In recent days, however, it is precisely these stocks that showed relative strength, driven above all by interest rate fantasies triggered by the US Federal Reserve.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on March 23rd, 2022 | 13:01 CET

wallstreet:online, Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank - These are buy prices!

  • Investments

The signals from the Fed that a faster turnaround in interest rates could be imminent are currently boosting the prices of financial institutions. After the recent price declines and considering the growth prospects, valuation levels are currently very attractive. The risks arising from the Ukraine war are manageable. The brave will grab before May 4, when the Fed meets next.

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Commented by Nico Popp on March 15th, 2022 | 10:56 CET

TUI, Desert Gold, Deutsche Bank: Uncertainty as an investment opportunity

  • Gold
  • travel

Only less than a week to go before freedom returns - at least superficially. Those who previously perceived medical masks and testing obligations as repression should breathe a sigh of relief from March 20. Then Germany will also have its Freedom Day. Yet while relief is spreading in many parts of Germany, the conflict in Ukraine is coming to a head. After March 20, the threat to freedom in Europe is likely to be greater than during the most heated federal-state rounds of recent years. We analyze the situation and look at three stocks.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on March 14th, 2022 | 12:04 CET

Deutsche Bank, wallstreet:online, PayPal - New opportunities after the slide

  • Investments

Since Russia invaded Ukraine, there has been a mood of alarm on the stock exchanges. The EU's planned sanctions against Russia are causing severe turbulence in the banking sector and have led to disproportionately high share price losses. Although the exposure of German banks to Russia is manageable, Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank lost more than the German market as a whole. Papers of online brokers also lost heavily in recent weeks. With positive annual figures, one Company stands out here, which offers an attractive entry opportunity at a reduced level.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on March 9th, 2022 | 12:14 CET

Kleos Space, Palantir, Deutsche Bank - Data like gold

  • Space
  • Software

The nervousness caused by the dramatic situation in Ukraine is also spreading to the global capital markets. Germany's leading index, the DAX, fell to a new low for the year of 12,431.50 points. By contrast, gold, the crisis currency, was bullish and put an initial exclamation mark above the USD 2,000 per ounce mark. Data providers such as Kleos Space and Palantir, whose Gotham software provides analyses for the US armed forces, among others, are also in demand.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on March 2nd, 2022 | 10:24 CET

Deutsche Bank, Raiffeisen International, wallstreet:online AG, flatexDEGIRO - Vladimir, here we go!

  • Investments

With huge turnover on the stock markets, the international investment community now has to incorporate the Russia risk into their investment strategy. As a result, the capital markets are experiencing strong fluctuations, and no one really knows where things are headed. In addition, the highest inflation since 1990 has sent oil and gold prices soaring. Suddenly, Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptos can also benefit because cash is running low in Ukraine and Russia. After all, the Russian ruble has lost 50% of its value within 48 hours, so even exchanging it for other currencies will be painful for the population. Inflation had fully impacted assets in 2021/22, with techno stocks, commodities and real estate rising the most. We look at interesting stocks with price discounts.

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Commented by Fabian Lorenz on February 17th, 2022 | 15:21 CET

Deutsche Bank, Mercedes-Benz, Memiontec: Investors take action

  • Technology

Tech is out. In uncertain times, investors turn to conservative stocks. This is the case at present. The environment is characterized by the Ukraine crisis, high inflation and rising interest rates. Numerous high-flyers from the technology sector have been brought back down to earth. At the same time, conservative shares from the financial sector, for example, are making a comeback. Deutsche Bank is one of them. The share has made significant gains in recent weeks. The same applies to the shares of Mercedes-Benz, where analysts see further room for improvement. In addition, the automotive sector is benefiting from a failed emergency motion by the Green Party. In recent weeks, water treatment specialist Memiontec has also held up well, and investors speculate on an upward breakout.

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Commented by Carsten Mainitz on February 11th, 2022 | 11:01 CET

Deutsche Bank, Hong Lai Huat, Heidelberger Druck - Things are stabilizing!

  • RealEstate

After a sharp correction, the stabilization of the stock markets - due to concerns about faster than expected interest rate increases - has been successful. The DAX was able, at least temporarily, to fend off a fall below the psychologically important 15,000 point mark. The German benchmark index is driven by banks and financial stocks, which have outperformed for weeks. There are also outliers from the second row, which could surprise positively due to the presented figures.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on February 10th, 2022 | 12:34 CET

Standard Lithium, Yorkton Ventures, Deutsche Bank - The new favorites

  • Lithium

For many years, shares of banks and financial service providers underperformed the overall market. With the end of the ultra-loose monetary policy of the central banks and several possible interest rate hikes due to continued high inflation, stocks are benefiting disproportionately and sometimes break through their downward trends that have prevailed for years. In addition to high energy costs, the blame for the enormous price increases lies with the further rise in raw material prices. Because of the demand side due to the energy transition, lithium, in particular, is rushing from high to high.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on February 10th, 2022 | 10:32 CET

The 100% interest winners: Allianz, Commerzbank, Deutsche Bank, MAS Gold - The precious metals are coming!

  • Gold

For a long time, the Bund Future had been able to hold well above 170. The 10-year Bund contract even reached prices above 178 points at its peak. Since mid-December 2021, however, the tide has turned. The German 10-year yield literally exploded from -0.30 to +0.27%. Some observers will say, "Nothing much has happened!" Wrong - the time of negative yields is history. Long-term mortgage rates also rose by a full 70 basis points during the same period. This marks the end of the phase of ultra-low interest rates, and it also puts real estate financing in an entirely new light. And the accompanying high inflation has many investors looking to precious metals - they are seen as a hedge against inflation. Which stocks are winning in this environment?

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