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Deutsche Bank should split: Professor

Jan Pieter Krahnen, professor of finance at Goethe University Frankfurt, suggests how Deutsche Bank could restructure itself to emphasize its profitability.


Brexit and US election uncertainty dampened earnings: ABB CEO

Ulrich Spiesshofer, CEO of ABB, weighs in on his company's third-quarter results, saying that he is "cautiously optimistic" about its future.


Two strategies for companies in post-Brexit world: Lawmaker

Baroness Susan Kramer PC, treasury spokesperson for the U.K.'s Liberal Democrat party, says that companies can either take advantage of the weaker pound, or divert investment away from the country.


UK data post-Brexit a slow burn deterioration: Strategist

Kamal Sharma, director & G10 FX strategist at BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research, expects the U.K. to see more "significant slippages in economic growth" post-Brexit.


Deutsche Bank's proof is in the pudding: Analyst

Gildas Surry, partner at Axiom Alternative Investments, discusses Deutsche Bank's unexpectedly positive third-quarter earnings.


Earnings could be moving into positive territory: Pro

Ben Gutteridge, head of fund research at Brewin Dolphin, discusses this October's earnings season, as well as potential monetary policy moves from the ECB and the Fed.


Sustainability key to business: Lendlease

Lendlease's Tony Lombardo talks about how the company's portfolio is always developed with sustainability in mind.


Line's lack of user growth is concerning: Expert

The messaging app's slow user growth and Asia-focused strategy make it vulnerable to global competition, says Serkan Toto, CEO of Kantan Games.


Samsung results were 'as expected': Expert

Samsung's lower profits were expected due to its Note S7 troubles but its display and DRAM units improved, says Kiwoom Securities' Daniel Dongwon Yoo.


Finally, some good news for Tesla

Hit hard by multiple setbacks in the summer, Q3 profitability has been a hurdle that Tesla has crossed, says Michael Dunne, president of Dunne Automotive.