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Apple smashes Q2 expectations with every product line hitting double-digit growth and Chinese sales soaring by 60 per cent. The stock, however, is down as CEO Tim Cook warns of continued semi-conductor shortages. Deutsche Bank swings back into profit despite reporting trading headwinds in the second quarter. We also hear from the CFO of Santander after the bank posts a €3.6 bn H1 profit and says it will outfperform its 2021 targets. Plus, Gucci products drive French luxury firm Kering, which has almost doubled its revenue.
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