LONDON (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank’s U.S.-listed shares (DB.N) fell back on Monday, with the group still aiming to reach a settlement with U.S. authorities who are demanding a fine of up to $14 billion (10.9 billion pounds) for mis-selling mortgage-backed securities.
Deutsche Bank shares were down 1.3 percent in trading on the U.S. stock exchange.
The company’s main Frankfurt-listed shares (DBKGn.DE) were not trading on Monday as the German stock market was closed for a public holiday.
Deutsche Bank’s Frankfurt-listed shares had closed up 6.4 percent on Sept. 30, after a media report on Friday that Deutsche and the U.S. Department of Justice were close to agreeing a settlement of $5.4 billion. That report has not been confirmed.
Reporting by Sudip Kar-Gupta; Editing by Dominic Evans