|Daily Range||$10.93 - $11.00|
|52-Week Range||$10.32 - $15.39|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.00 (0.0%)|
|Average Daily Volume||95,096|
|Current FY EPS||$0.00|
News & Commentary
Despite being in an economically stronger part of Europe, Germany's banks have a big discount to book value.
Google Ventures is launching a $100 million European arm.
With high unemployment and a down real-estate market, Spain is attracting its fair share of contrarian investors.
Two banks may be setting their sights on Germany's second-largest bank.
Pre-crisis shareholders of this bank have been nearly wiped out, but with a turnaround plan in place, is this bank finally a buy?
The European banking industry looks like a high priced garage sale. Using Commerzbank, Bank of Ireland, and National Bank of Greece as examples, it's worth looking at why so many assets are being sold by major banks.
To reposition themselves, billions in assets must be sold by major banks worldwide.
Major turnaround successes at Commerzbank make this investment more attractive for eurozone investors.
Two top German banks still trade well below tangible book value.
Tough times have forced these financials to eliminate dividends.