The Economy Election: Bottom Line (7/31)

July 31 (Bloomberg) -- On today's "Bottom Line," Deutsche Bank cuts 1,900 jobs, Chinese hacking is broken down, and Mitt Romney hopes to score votes at home from trip abroad. (Source: Bloomberg)
Inside Alcoa's Decision to Split Into Two Companies
02:09 - Alcoa will separate its higher-margin manufacturing operations from a smelting and refining business that’s under pressure from plunging commodity prices and competition from record Chinese exports. Bloomberg's Sonja Elmquist reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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