Deutsche Bank (DB) volatility at upper end of historic range after trading to a record low
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Deutsche Bank (NYSE: DB) is recently up 7c to $11.55 in the premarket a day after dropping to a record low as clients reduce exposure. Option implied volatility index mean is at 94, compared to its 52-week range of 26 to 88, according to Livevol.
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