How many outstanding shares has uber issued

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April 2017:
On April 7, 2017, Deutsche Bank successfully completed the capital increase announced on March 5, 2017. The number of shares issued by Deutsche Bank AG increased by 687.5 million as a result of the public offering of new shares against subscription rights, from 1,379.3 million to 2,066.8 million. The gross issue proceeds amount to around 8.0 billion euros. The subscription price was EUR 11.65 per share. 98.9 percent of the subscription rights were exercised. The shares not subscribed for are sold on the market.

June 2014:
On June 25, 2014, Deutsche Bank successfully completed the capital increase announced on May 18, 2014 from authorized capital against cash contributions. The number of ordinary shares issued by the bank increased by 359.8 million shares from 1,019.5 million shares to 1,379.3 million shares. This includes the previously completed capital increase without subscription rights of 59.9 million shares and the public offering of new shares against subscription rights. The gross issue proceeds from these transactions amount to EUR 8.5 billion. As part of the capital increase with subscription rights, a total of 299.8 million new registered ordinary shares with no par value (no-par shares) were issued. The subscription price was EUR 22.50 per share. 99.1% of the subscription rights were exercised. The new shares not subscribed to were sold on the market.

April 2013:
On April 30, 2013, Deutsche Bank placed 90 million new shares with institutional investors by means of the so-called accelerated bookbuilding process. The placement price was EUR 32.90 per share. The gross issue proceeds totaled EUR 2.96 billion. Deutsche Bank AG was the sole leader in the demand book. The capital increase served to strengthen the equity base.

October 2010:
On October 6, 2010, Deutsche Bank successfully completed the capital increase announced on September 12 from authorized capital against cash contributions. A total of 308.6 million new registered ordinary shares with no par value (no-par shares) were issued. 99.31 percent of the subscription rights were exercised by the subscription right holders and 306.51 million new ordinary shares were subscribed to at a subscription price of EUR 33.00 per new ordinary share. The remaining 2.13 million new shares that were not subscribed to as a result of the subscription offer will be sold on the stock exchange.
The share capital of Deutsche Bank AG has thus increased by EUR 790.1 million from EUR 1,589.4 million to EUR 2,379.5 million. The gross issue proceeds amount to 10.2 billion euros.
The capital increase primarily served to finance a planned consolidation of Postbank and was also intended to strengthen the capital base with a view to regulatory changes and future growth.

March 2009:
We issued 50 million shares with a value of EUR 958 million through a capital increase in kind for the acquisition of a minority stake in Deutsche Postbank AG from Deutsche Post AG. As a result, it held a stake of around 8% in Deutsche Bank until it was fully sold at the beginning of July 2009.

September 2008:
On September 22, 2008, Deutsche Bank placed 40 million new no-par value registered shares with institutional investors by means of the so-called accelerated bookbuilding process. The placement price was EUR 55.00 per share. The gross issue proceeds totaled around 2.2 billion euros. Deutsche Bank was the sole leader in the demand book. The capital increase served to finance the acquisition of a minority stake in Deutsche Postbank AG of 29.75 percent from Deutsche Post AG and to maintain the strong equity base even after the acquisition.

April 1999:
The capital increase represented part of the financing of the acquisition of the American investment bank Bankers Trust. The capital increase amounted to approx. EUR 3.3 billion and approx. 80 million shares were issued.