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It puts Deutsche Bank on course to have raised more than its entire €26bn market value in the past seven years, according to Reuters’ calculations.
Deutsche Bank shares, which had fallen by more than 1pc last Friday on reports it was considering raising fresh capital, fell a further 6pc yesterday.
Deutsche Bank is planning to IPO a minority stake in its asset management business, including its DWS retail asset management, which analysts have said is worth €8bn.
Deutsche Bank’s request for shareholders to sign an €8bn cheque to back its new strategy got a lukewarm reception on Monday from investors who want more detail on its plans.
Instead, it now wants to reintegrate it into its other German retail banking business.
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By contrast, Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management were at top of the regional index, up more than 6 percent and 4 percent respectively.
Standard Life has agreed to a $13.5 billion merger with Aberdeen.
Banking stocks were also down by about 1.23 percent, with shares of German lender Deutsche Bank at the bottom of the European benchmark, down almost 8 percent.
The lender announced it would raise 8 billion euros ($8.5 billion) to boost its capital position and has set new financial targets.
General Motors said it would sell its European operations to PSA Group, making the French company the second largest automaker in Europe.