Deutsche Bank Said to Freeze Hiring Amid Cost Cuts

Deutsche Bank is reported to be implementing an across-the-board hiring freeze in an attempt by Chief Executive Officer John Cryan to cut costs and increase investor confidence. Bloomberg's Michael Moore has the details and is joined by George Magnus, senior independent economic adviser at UBS on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)

DIW's Fratzscher Says Surprise Is How Much CDU Lost
02:03 - Marcel Fratzscher, president and chief executive officer of DIW Berlin, weighs in on the German election exit poll results. He speaks on "Germany Decides." (Source: Bloomberg)
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