Deutsche Bank Cost Reductions Push Profit Surprise

Deutsche Bank AG reported a surprise gain in first-quarter profit on a drop in legal expenses as Chief Executive Officer John Cryan warned of a potential loss later in the year as the bank's restructuring plan takes hold. Bloomberg's Nicholas Comfort breaks down the results on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)

How Germany Votes: Everything You Need to Know
23:17 - After a tense contest in France and an upset in the U.K., German voters may be faced with the biggest decision in a year of key European votes: whether to give Chancellor Angela Merkel a fourth term. The leader of the EU’s dominant country faces Social Democrat Martin Schulz, among others, in the Sept. 24 vote. (Source: Bloomberg)
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