DZZ - DB Gold Double Short ETN

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
4.3600
+0.0299 (+0.69%)
As of 1:10PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close4.3301
Open4.3698
Bid4.3300 x 4000
Ask5.1000 x 2200
Day's Range4.3600 - 4.3698
52 Week Range4.0100 - 6.5800
Volume528
Avg. Volume18,744
Net Assets11.85M
NAV4.38
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield0.00%
YTD Daily Total Return-25.34%
Beta (3Y Monthly)-0.21
Expense Ratio (net)0.75%
Inception Date2008-02-27
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  • Reuters

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  • Democratic Senators renew call for Deutsche Bank probe at banking committee
    Reuters

    Democratic Senators renew call for Deutsche Bank probe at banking committee

    Two Democratic U.S. Senators - one of whom is a presidential candidate - renewed their calls on Thursday for a probe by the Senate banking committee into Deutsche Bank laundering allegations, according to a letter seen by Reuters. The letter, sent by Senators Chris Van Hollen and Elizabeth Warren to Mike Crapo, chairman of the banking committee, requested a "thorough, detailed bipartisan Committee investigation into Deutsche Bank's compliance history, to be followed by a report and hearing".

  • Citi says prosecution delay hampers defense in Australia cartel case with ANZ, Deutsche
    Reuters

    Citi says prosecution delay hampers defense in Australia cartel case with ANZ, Deutsche

    Australia and New Zealand Banking Group and the local units of Citigroup and Deutsche Bank cannot properly respond to criminal cartel charges because they are still waiting for the prosecutor to detail its full case, a barrister for Citi told a packed Sydney courtroom on Tuesday. Australian authorities filed criminal charges in June against the trio and six senior bankers over the sale of A$3 billion ($2.17 billion) in ANZ shares in 2015, and subsequent trading by the underwriters. Citi's barrister, Rob Ranken, said it required full details of the allegations before the bank could prepare a defense.

  • Bloomberg

    Deutsche Shuts Its Eyes and Hopes for the Best

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  • CNBC

    'We control our own fate,' Deutsche Bank exec says amid merger speculation

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  • CNBC

    Deutsche Bank swings to first full-year net profit since 2014

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  • Time is running out for Deutsche Bank to turn around on its own: sources
    Reuters

    Time is running out for Deutsche Bank to turn around on its own: sources

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