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A statement released earlier today by Deutsche Bank AG about Aurubis (ETR:NDA) raises the target price to 44.00EUR

Aurubis (ETR:NDA) had its price target upped to 44.00EUR by Deutsche Bank AG in an issued report announced Thursday October 06, 2016. The updated price target implies a potential downside of -0.12% based on the company's most recent stock price close.

On Wednesday October 05, 2016, Deutsche Bank AG reported on Aurubis (ETR:NDA) raised the target price from 0.00EUR to 44.00EUR. At the time, this suggested a downside of -0.12%.

Having a price of 50.25EUR, Aurubis (ETR:NDA) traded 0.00% even on the day. With the last close up 0.00% from the two hundred day average, compared with the Standard & Poor's 500 Index which has decreased -0.01% over the date range. Aurubis has recorded a 50-day average of 0.00EUR and a two hundred day average of 0.00EUR. Trade Volume held steady, with 0 shares of NDA changing hands on par with the typical 0

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Aurubis (ETR:NDA)

With a total market value of 0 EUR, Aurubis has 52 week low of 0.00EUR and a one year high of 0.00EUR .

General Information About Aurubis (ETR:NDA)

Aurubis AG is a Germany-based company engaged in the production of primary copper and precious metals, the recycling of secondary raw materials and the processing of copper into final products. It operates through three business segments: Primary Copper that unifies activities related to the production of marketable copper cathodes from the primary raw material, copper concentrates, as well as the production and marketing of sulfuric acid; Recycling/Precious Metals, engaged in the production of copper cathodes from a variety of recycled raw materials and such by-metals and co-products as gold, silver, platinum and tin, among others, and Copper Products that includes the provision of such copper products as cast wire rod from cathodes, strips, shaped wires and others. The Company operates also through subsidiaries located in Germany, Sweden, the United States, Hong Kong, Russia and Bulgaria, among others.

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