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01.02.07 07:45:44
Beitrag Nr. 71 ()
FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) - Die Deutsche Bank hat im vergangenen Jahr einen Rekordgewinn erzielt und die Erwartungen der Analysten übertroffen. Der Vorsteuergewinn sei um rund 33 Prozent von 6,1 Milliarden auf 8,1 Milliarden Euro gestiegen, teilte die Bank am Donnerstag in Frankfurt mit. Von dpa-AFX befragte Analysten hatten mit einem Anstieg auf 7,88 Milliarden Euro gerechnet. Die Erträge verbesserten sich um 11 Prozent auf 28,3 Milliarden Euro. Hier lagen die Prognosen bei 27,8 Milliarden Euro.

Unter dem Strich verzeichnete die Deutsche Bank 2006 einen Gewinnsprung um 70 Prozent von 3,53 Milliarden Euro im Vorjahr auf 6,0 Milliarden Euro. Die Analysten hatten 5,51 Milliarden Euro prognostiziert. Das Ergebnis je Aktie (EPS) lag mit 11,55 Euro 66 Prozent über dem Vorjahreswert. Die bereinigte Eigenkapitalrendite vor Steuern verbesserte sich laut Angaben von 25 Prozent in 2005 auf 31 Prozent./sb/sk:D
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01.02.07 07:41:43
Beitrag Nr. 70 ()
Sk USA 109,037 Euro :D
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01.02.07 07:34:31
Beitrag Nr. 69 ()
Deutsche Bank reports net income up 70% to EUR 6.0 billion for full year 2006

* Income before income taxes of EUR 8.1 billion, up 33%, with pre-tax return on equity of 30%
* Diluted earnings per share of EUR 11.55, up 66%
* Fourth-quarter income before income taxes of EUR 1.9 billion, up 81%
* Fourth-quarter net income of EUR 1.8 billion, up 272%, including corporate tax credits, with diluted earnings per share of EUR 3.55
* Recommended dividend of EUR 4.00 per share, up EUR 1.50, or 60%

Frankfurt am Main, February 1, 2007

Deutsche Bank (XETRA: DBKGn.DE / NYSE: DB) today reported unaudited figures for the fourth quarter and full year 2006. Income before income taxes was EUR 8.1 billion for the year, up 33% versus EUR 6.1 billion in 2005. Net income for the year was EUR 6.0 billion, up 70% versus EUR 3.5 billion in 2005, including EUR 355 million of corporate tax credits in the fourth quarter.

Reported pre-tax return on average active equity for the year was 30%. Per the Group's target definition, which excludes restructuring charges and substantial gains on the sale of industrial holdings, pre-tax return on average active equity was 31%, compared to 25% in 2005. Diluted earnings per share for 2006 were EUR 11.55, up 66% versus EUR 6.95 in 2005. The Management Board has recommended a 2006 annual dividend of EUR 4.00 per share, up 60% from EUR 2.50 per share in 2005.

For the fourth quarter 2006, income before income taxes was EUR 1.9 billion, up by 81% versus the fourth quarter 2005. Net income was EUR 1.8 billion, up by 272% versus the prior year quarter, and included the aforementioned EUR 355 million of corporate tax credits arising from changes in German tax law which were recognised in the quarter. Pre-tax return on average active equity for the quarter, per target definition, was 28%, and diluted earnings per share were EUR 3.55.

Dr. Josef Ackermann, Chairman of the Management Board, said: "These are our best-ever fourth quarter results, and they complete an exceptional year for Deutsche Bank. Both in the Corporate and Investment Bank and in Private Clients and Asset Management, we turned in a record year. I am delighted at the value we have delivered to our shareholders, as reflected in our recommended dividend of 4 Euro per share."

He added: "Powerful trends are shaping our environment. Globalisation is accelerating. Geographical boundaries are disappearing, and emerging markets are growing in importance. We see sustained growth in the world's capital markets, with innovation in securities trading businesses, and dynamic levels of corporate activity. Invested asset growth continues around the world, as private individuals plan for retirement, wealth is created in emerging economies, and investors, both private and institutional, show growing appetite for new asset classes.

Deutsche Bank is very well positioned to take full advantage of these trends. We are one of the most truly globalised of the world's major banks, with exceptional regional diversification and strong bases in all major emerging markets. We are a world-leading investment bank, with a strong corporate franchise and an outstanding sales and trading platform, driven by excellence in innovative, 'intellectual capital' businesses. We are a leading global asset gatherer, with a significant presence in alternative investments. We have made a very strong start on Phase 3 of our management agenda, and we have excellent prospects for continued success in 2007."


Group Highlights

Net revenues for the fourth quarter were EUR 7.2 billion, up 9% versus EUR 6.5 billion in the fourth quarter 2005. In the fourth quarter 2005, revenues included EUR 330 million from the sale of shares in DaimlerChrysler AG.

In the Corporate and Investment Bank (CIB), revenues rose 20% to EUR 4.5 billion, the best ever for a fourth quarter. Revenues in Sales & Trading (Debt and other products) rose 26% versus the prior year fourth quarter to EUR 1.8 billion, boosted by credit products, rates products and emerging markets debt, while revenues in Sales & Trading (Equity) rose 23% to EUR 1.1 billion, reflecting strong returns from proprietary trading, and year-on-year growth in derivatives and emerging markets equity. In both Debt and other products and Equity, Sales & Trading revenues were the highest ever for a fourth quarter. In both Origination and Advisory, quarterly revenues were the highest ever, with Origination up 38% versus the fourth quarter 2005 to EUR 611 million, and Advisory up 21% to EUR 239 million. In Global Transaction Banking, fourth-quarter revenues rose 14% to EUR 586 million.

In Private Clients and Asset Management (PCAM), revenues rose 5% to EUR 2.4 billion. In Asset and Wealth Management, revenues were EUR 1.1 billion, driven in large part by strong performance fees in Real Estate Asset Management, while in Private & Business Clients (PBC), revenues were EUR 1.3 billion, up 7% versus the fourth quarter 2005.

For the full year 2006, Group revenues were EUR 28.3 billion, up 11% versus 2005.

Provision for credit losses was EUR 129 million in the fourth quarter 2006, including provisions for both loan losses of EUR 124 million and off-balance sheet exposures of EUR 5 million (the latter reported in noninterest expenses). This compares to EUR 98 million in the fourth quarter 2005, including EUR 118 million for provisions for loan losses and net releases of EUR 20 million for off-balance sheet exposure. This development primarily reflects net provisions of EUR 29 million in CIB, compared to net releases of EUR 2 million in the prior year quarter. For PCAM, provision for credit losses was EUR 101 million, versus EUR 99 million in the fourth quarter 2005. The bulk of PCAM's provision for credit losses arose in PBC, where provisions in the current quarter included the consolidation of norisbank for the first time.

For the full year 2006, provision for credit losses was EUR 280 million, down 20% from EUR 350 million in 2005.

Noninterest expenses for the quarter were EUR 5.2 billion, down 4% compared to EUR 5.4 billion in the fourth quarter 2005. Noninterest expenses included restructuring expenses of EUR 74 million, down from EUR 327 million in the fourth quarter 2005. The operating cost base, which excludes restructuring and other items, was EUR 5.1 billion, compared to EUR 4.8 billion in the prior year quarter. Within the operating cost base, compensation costs were EUR 3.1 billion, up by 20% versus the fourth quarter 2005, reflecting higher performance-related compensation for strong business results. Non-compensation operating costs were EUR 2.0 billion, down 11% versus EUR 2.2 billion in the fourth quarter 2005, which included significant provisions for legal exposures. Current quarter non-compensation operating costs were up by EUR 243 million versus the third quarter, primarily reflecting transaction- and revenue-related expenses, acquisition-related expenses and seasonally-driven expenditure.

For the full year 2006, noninterest expenses were EUR 19.9 billion, compared to EUR 19.2 billion in 2005, while the operating cost base was EUR 19.7 billion, compared to EUR 18.1 billion in 2005.

Income before income taxes was EUR 1.9 billion for the quarter, up 81% versus the fourth quarter 2005. Reported pre-tax return on average active equity was 27%, compared to 15% in the fourth quarter 2005. Per the Group's target definition, which excludes restructuring expenses and substantial gains on industrial holdings, pre-tax return on average active equity was 28%, compared to 15% in the prior year quarter.

For the full year 2006, pre-tax return on average active equity was 30% compared to 24% in the full year 2005. Per the Group's target definition, pre-tax return on average active equity was 31% compared to 25% in the prior year.

Net income for the fourth quarter was up 272% to EUR 1.8 billion, including EUR 355 million of corporate tax credits for prior years which were recognised in accordance with changes in the German corporate income tax law for the refund of distribution tax credits. Diluted earnings per share for the quarter were EUR 3.55, of which 70 cents were attributable to the aforementioned corporate tax credits. Adjusting the effective tax rate of 3% by the impact of these credits, the relevant effective tax rate for the quarter was 22%, compared to 53% for the fourth quarter 2005. The effective tax rate of the current quarter furthermore benefited from tax audit settlements in some jurisdictions, whereas the effective tax rate of the fourth quarter 2005 included a substantial tax reversal and negative tax impact due to increased legal provisions which were not deductible for income tax purposes.

For the full year 2006, net income was EUR 6.0 billion, up 70% versus 2005. The effective tax rate for the full year 2006 was 27% versus 42% for the prior year. Whereas the current year rate benefited from the effects within the fourth quarter named above, the full year rate for 2005 benefited from tax audit settlements in some jurisdictions which counterbalanced the aforementioned negative impacts in the fourth quarter 2005. Diluted earnings per share were EUR 11.55, up EUR 4.60, or 66% versus 2005.

The BIS Tier 1 ratio was 8.9% at the end of the quarter, unchanged from the third quarter and at the upper end of the bank's target range of 8% to 9%. Risk-weighted assets at the end of the quarter were EUR 274 billion, slightly higher than at the end of the previous quarter. Deutsche Bank continued to buy back shares, repurchasing a total of 2.8 million shares, at an average consideration of EUR 98.88 per share, during the fourth quarter.
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01.02.07 07:26:08
Beitrag Nr. 68 ()
FTD: Deutsche Bank in Spendierlaune

Die Aktionäre der Deutschen Bank können sich auf einen Geldregen freuen: Deutschlands größtes Kreditinstitut will seine Anteilseigner diesmal kräftig an seinem hohen Gewinn teilhaben lassen.

Wie die Bank am Mittwoch in Frankfurt am Main nach einer Aufsichtsratssitzung mitteilte, soll der Hauptversammlung am 24. Mai 2007 eine Dividende von vier Euro je Aktie für das Geschäftsjahr 2006 vorgeschlagen werden. Das entspricht einer Erhöhung um 60 Prozent gegenüber dem Vorjahr, als eine Dividende von 2,50 Euro gezahlt wurde. Die Dividendenrendite der Deutschen Bank liegt bei etwa 3,7 Prozent - ein durchaus stattlicher Wert.



Damit wird klar, dass die Deutsche Bank 2006 einen hohen Gewinn eingefahren hat. Entsprechend positiv war die Reaktion der Börse. Nach Bekanntgabe der Dividende schoss der Kurs nach oben. Zuvor leicht im Minus, schloss die Aktie mit einem Plus von 0,9 Prozent.

Am Donnerstag wird das Institut über das Schlussquartal informieren. Im dritten Qurtal 2006 hatte die Bank einen Gewinn nach Steuern von 1,2 Mrd. Euro erwirtschaftet - ein Plus von 25 Prozent gegenüber dem dritten Quartal 2005.
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31.01.07 20:06:38
Beitrag Nr. 67 ()
@sidekick_82

Was ist wenn die DBK Morgen gute Zahlen liefert, aber die Analysten doch mehr erhoft haben und das Teil abrutscht? Ich bin auch long investiert und hoffe das es Morgen nen schönen Vola Ausbruch nach oben gibt. Habe schon seit letztes Jahr nen OS auf DBK :D Morgen soll endlich Erntetag sein :D
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31.01.07 18:28:16
Beitrag Nr. 66 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.325.515 von caio am 31.01.07 17:23:21am 25.Mai, is also noch irrelevant derzeit, die Dividentenhöhe wird am Tag zuvor entschieden. Auf jeden Fall war das heute mal n ganz shcöner Impuls für die Aktie und man kann sich denken wohin es in näüchster Zeit gehen wird ;)
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31.01.07 17:23:21
Beitrag Nr. 65 ()
kann mir jemand sagen, wann die Dividende ausgeschüttet wird ?

Danke, caio
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31.01.07 17:18:44
Beitrag Nr. 64 ()
:laugh: so freu mich schonmal auf die Zahlen von morgen!
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31.01.07 17:16:51
Beitrag Nr. 63 ()
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 27.325.233 von kiri01 am 31.01.07 17:14:21Ne Dividendenrendite von 2% würde mir auch reichen, natürlich mit den derzeitgen 4 EUR p.A. ;)
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31.01.07 17:14:21
Beitrag Nr. 62 ()
Ohne worte :-).... Jetzt gehts los!

Mit dem KZ von 120 euro werde die dieses jahr nicht hin kommen!
das reicht nimmer!!!!! :)
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