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Look for an “explosive”, positive reaction from shares in Deutsche Bank
(ETR:DBK) if they break through the 50-day average, said technical analyst Zak Mir in his latest ‘teach-in’ for Proactive Investors.
Looking closely at the price movement of stock in the beleaguered German lender, he said charts have provided some “good guidance” thus far.
“The key thing is the February support line and that explains why the shares bounced off the ten euro level, and why they bounced so hard,” he said.
After a strong rebound on Friday on hopes its settlement with US Department of Justice will be a fraction of the current of the current US$14bn mooted, Deutsche is currently changing hands for €11.57 (up from a low of €9.90).
A level above thirteen euros could spark a more sustained recovery in the shares, Mir said.
Story by ProactiveInvestors