Deutsche Bank Cash and Equivalents USD Trend

DB -- USA Stock  

USD 11.01  0.12  1.10%

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Showing smoothed Cash and Equivalents USD of Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft with missing and latest data points interpolated. Cash and Equivalents in USD, converted by [FXUSD].
Cash and Equivalents USD10 Years Trend
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Regression Statistics

Arithmetic Mean  154,820,734,037
Geometric Mean  145,632,397,334
Coefficient Of Variation  35.34
Mean Deviation  39,752,452,697
Median  143,626,894,608
Standard Deviation  54,718,594,330
Range  199,608,654,317
R Value  0.18
R Squared  0.033693
Significance  0.55
Slope  2,579,047,128

Deutsche Bank Cash and Equivalents USD Over Time

2016-12-31  143,626,894,608 
2017-12-31  143,626,894,608 
2018-12-31  168,972,817,186 

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